As of Sunday morning, 59,902 British Columbians have received the first dose of the vaccine for COVID.
This local dashboard showed an analysis of laboratory confirmed cases of COVID-19 by demographic, COVID-19 deaths, total COVID-19 tests and other data reported to the Health Department. There are now 686 Minnesotans hospitalized with the coronavirus infection and 141 of them are in intensive care. Visit HCDPH's COVID-19 website athttps://www.hendersoncountync.gov/health/page/public-health-advisory-coronavirus-covid-19 where additional links to state and national data can be found. The testing total was just under 15,000 and the daily testing positivity rate was about 6.5 percent.
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Shelby County residents stood at 145 as of Monday, Jan. 11 - a figure which has increased by 114 active cases in the past two weeks.
The initial vaccine priority group consists of about 500,000 people.
The state now has 3,079 people hospitalized from the virus. Case investigation, case management, contact tracing, and now vaccine administration has reduced the capacity of HCDPH staff to support the Henderson County Dashboard. The majority of doses have been given to women and to people in the 18 to 49 age range, reflecting the demographics of Minnesota's health care workforce.
The nation is on course to have immunised its most vulnerable people against COVID-19 by mid-February and plans to offer a shot to every adult by autumn.
A medical staffer retrieves a COVID-19 test kit from a auto windshield at the Bueno Foods drive-thru testing site in the South Valley in December. Ehresmann said the CDC data differs in part because it includes vaccinations occurring at federal facilities such as the Minneapolis VA Medical Center and Cass Lake Indian Health Services.