Four COVID-19 Deaths Over Weekend
By edhat staff
The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department reported four COVID-19 deaths and 235 new cases from Saturday through Monday.
On Saturday there were 99 new cases and two deaths. One individual was between the ages of 50-69 years of age and one was between the ages of 30-49 years of age. Both individuals had underlying health conditions and one death was associated with an outbreak at a congregate-care site. One person resided in Santa Barbara and the other in south county unincorporated.
On Sunday there were 87 new cases and on Monday there were 49 new cases and two additional deaths. Both were over 70 years of age and had underlying health conditions. One death was associated with an outbreak at a congregate-care site. The individuals resided in the City of Goleta and the Unincorporated Area of Goleta.
There have now been 396 deaths within the county since the start of the pandemic last March.
Currently, there are 450 active cases. Of those, 82 are hospitalized including 17 in the intensive care unit (ICU).
More data can be found at https://publichealthsbc.org/status-reports/