3 COVID-19-related deaths, 113 new cases reported
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Jan. 10, 2021. Reno/Sparks, NV – The Regional Information Center is reporting three additional COVID-19-related deaths in Washoe County: A male in his 80s, a female in her 80s and a female in her 40s; all had an underlying health condition. There have been 536 COVID-19-related deaths in Washoe County.
Additionally, we’re reporting 113 new COVID-19 cases for a total of 38,149.
The Health District has administered approximately 7,702 COVID-19 vaccines since Dec. 23 and has about 1,405 COVID-19 vaccines on hand. Go here for more information about COVID-19 vaccines in Washoe County.
- Total COVID-19 cases in Washoe County: 38,149 (+113 from 1/9)
- Deaths: 536 (+3)
- Recovered: 22,117 (+81)
- Active cases: 15,496 (+29)
- Hospitalized with COVID-19*: 195 (+0)
- Vaccines administered by Washoe County Health District**: 7,702 (+0)
*Data from Nevada Hospital Association (not updated on weekends or holidays) includes residents from outside of Washoe County.
**This number is approximate and includes only COVID-19 vaccines administered by the Health District, which occur four days per week.
COVID-19 tests performed in Washoe County
- Total number of COVID-19 tests performed in Washoe County as of January 10: 314,948 (+1,357 since 1/9)
Note: These figures are provided by the State of Nevada and can be found on the State Dashboard. COVID-19 tests may include non-Washoe County residents who were tested in Washoe County.
Hospital bed and ventilator information
According to the Nevada Hospital Association, in Washoe County as of January 8 (Numbers not updated on weekends):
- 84 percent staffed hospital beds are occupied (+5% since 1/7)
- 72 percent of all licensed hospital beds are occupied (+5%)
- 52 percent of all Intensive Care Unit beds are occupied (+2%)
- 28 percent of all ventilators are in use (+2%)
NOTE: Numbers are for all hospital patients in Washoe County and not just COVID-19 patients.
Washoe County needs volunteers for COVID-19 fight
The Washoe County Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is looking for medical professionals or those without medical experience to volunteer to help fight COVID-19 in Washoe County.
The greatest need is for volunteers with computer skills, people skills, clinical and clerical skills.
MRC was created to support public health and emergency response efforts during natural disasters and other emergencies by providing trained volunteers to help staff shelters, alternate care sites, and points of dispensing. Given the rise in hospitalizations, continued demand for COVID-19 testing, and now dispensing of the COID-19 vaccine, volunteers are needed to support the region. Learn how to volunteer by going to this website, or email email@example.com
Download the COVID Trace app, and help stop COVID-19
Washoe County health officials are strongly recommending that residents download the COVID Trace, an easy-to-use app that helps fight COVID-19 in Washoe County and Nevada, without compromising your privacy. Learn more here.
The COVID-19 Regional Information Center is working together to deliver COVID-19 community updates in a unified manner. While press releases are only sent periodically for significant events, you can always get daily results on our website, https://covid19washoe.com/, our COVID-19 Dashboard or by following us on Twitter @COVID19Washoe. The entities include: City of Reno, City of Sparks, North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District, Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe, Regional Transportation Commission, REMSA, Reno Sparks Indian Colony, Reno Police Department, Reno Fire Department, Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District, University of Nevada, Reno, Washoe County, Washoe County Health District, Washoe County School District and Washoe County Sheriff’s Office. Also in the group are the area hospitals, Northern Nevada Medical Center, Renown Health and Saint Mary’s.