VENTURA COUNTY, Calif. – Ventura County reported their first death from the coronavirus on Sunday along with four more positive cases. Their total number of confirmed cases has now risen to 30.
Ventura County Public Health said the person who sadly passed away was in their 70’s with underlying health conditions. Community members are urged to stay home during this critical time.
This is done in an effort to stop the spread of the virus so that lives can be saved.
“Public Health extends our deepest condolences to the individual’s loved ones in the wake of this tragedy,” said Public Health Officer, Doctor Robert Levin.”In these uncertain times, one thing is clear; the spread of COVID-19 is broad. Everyone should assume that anyone can have COVID-19, and anyone could unintentionally infect others. Therefore, we are imploring everyone who can, to stay home and stay safe.”
The following tables illustrate how many confirmed coronavirus cases have been found in each age group and city.
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These numbers include individuals who contracted the virus from travel, community transmission, person-to-person and more causes which are still under investigation.
For the latest information about the coronavirus in Ventura County, you can go to www.vcemergency.com or call (805) 465-6650.
Health / Ventura County