Update: As of 9:44 a.m. Monday, March 30, there have been 34 total people tested for COVID-19 in Lassen County; 28 are negative, six are pending, according to lassencares.org.
Update: As of 1:17 p.m. Sunday, March 29, of the 33 COVID-19 tests administered in Lassen County, 24 are negative, nine are pending, according to lassencares.org.
Update: As of 5:07 p.m. Friday, March 27, there have been 33 total people tested for COVID-19; 22 are negative, 11 are pending, according to lassencares.org.
As of 1:22 p.m. Friday, March 27, Lassen County has administered 29 COVID-19 tests; with 21 returning negative and eight pending, according to lassencares.org.
The Lassen COVID-19 Incident Command Public Information Officer Richard Egan and Deputy Public Information Officer Kristen Wilburn gave an update on the Lassen Cares Facebook page Thursday evening, March 26, sharing information and resources available.
Egan noted, to best respond to the pandemic locally, they’ve moved to a Joint Incident Command Structure, with Sheriff Dean Growdon and Health and Social Services Director Barbara Longo as joint Incident Commanders.
Wilburn noted updates will be posted regularly to the lassencares.org website and Facebook.
Wilburn thanked the community for following the governor’s order to stay at home.
“It’s working and with your help it’ll continue to work,” Wilburn said.