Number of COVID-19 cases in Lassen County falls slightly
The number of COVID-19 cases in Lassen County has fallen slightly, according to Lassen Cares, the organization that tracks COVID-19 in Lassen County. At 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 28 Lassen Cares reported 422 active cases down from the 500 cases last reported. There is no change in the numbers reported by the local correctional institutions.
Lassen Cares announced COVID-19 testing sites.
Banner Health Clinic, 1680 Paul Bunyan Road, Susanville, 257-5760.
Noon Monday through Thursday (drive-through), appointment required.
Northeastern Rural Health, 1850 Spring Ridge Drive, Susanville, 251-5000.\
2 to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, (only if symptomatic).
Lassen Indian Health Center, 795 Joaquin Street, Susanville, 257-2542.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday (by appointment only).
Big Valley Health Center, 554-850 Medical Center Drive, Bieber, 999-9010.
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Rite Aid, 1615 Main Street, Susanville, 257-06703.
All day, by appointment only.
Walgreens, 2875 Main Street, Susanville, 257-1020.
Schedule at walgreens.com/covid.
Lassen County Public Health, 1445 Paul Bunyan Road, Susanville.
9 to 11 a.m. Monday and Wednesday (drive-through).
These numbers are the most recent reported by Lassen Cares.
Lassen County COVID-19 counts
• 422 active cases;
• 46 new cases;
• 5,002 recovered cases;
• 7 currently hospitalized;
• 5,490 total cases;
• 34 percent fully vaccinated active cases;
• 14 percent fully vaccinated hospitalized; and
• 8,524 vaccine doses administered (only reflects vaccine doses administered by Lassen County Public Health).
Correctional Institution Cases
There has been a total of 4,220 inmate cases in Lassen County. According to the numbers reported. By Lassen Cares, there are no new infections among inmates.
California Correctional Center
109 active cases; and
1,461 recovered cases.
High Desert State Prison
9 active cases;
2,080 recovered cases; and
Federal Correctional Institution, Herlong
34 active cases; and
525 recovered cases.