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Sonora, CA ̵1; When will Tuolumne County be added to the COVID-19 overvoltage list in the state? Local officials are still unsure.
The district health report on Wednesday reported only one confirmed case. They did the same Tuesday, and the reduction in cases reduced the number of cases in the 14-day district to 99.33 / 100 thousand, or 99 new cases per 100,000 population in 14 days. This figure is slightly below the mark of 100/100 thousand for the list of state districts.
Health officials note that there may be some delays in the results of laboratory reports at CalREDIE, the nationwide reporting system, and some delays in reporting district case numbers on the state’s website.
For these reasons, officials do not know when the state will add Tuolumne to the monitoring list, but will provide updates when they receive more information.