Newest COVID-19 case confirmed in Butte County – Chico Enterprise-Record

CHICO — Butte County’s 31st confirmed case of COVID-19 was announced Thursday by Public Health.

Three individuals are hospitalized with the virus and 20 have since recovered. There have still been no deaths in Butte County due to the virus.

A total of 2,816 COVID-19 test results have been reported in Butte County as of Thursday.

On Wednesday, four new cases popped up on the county’s COVID-19 informational dashboard, one of which was confirmed by Public Information Office Lisa Almaguer to be a person who attended a large church gathering in Palermo, making it the second positive test to come from that incident.

Six of the people who have contracted the virus are 65 or older while nine are between 50-64 years old. A single case was someone under the age of 17 and the remaining 15 cases were individuals between the ages of 18-49.

Five infected individuals are hospitalized from the virus while six are in self-isolation and 20 have recovered.

Chico has had 14 cases, Oroville has had 11 and the remainder of the county has had six.

No new cases have been reported in Glenn County Since Monday. The case number remains at 12.

Four of the individuals are in self-isolation, one is hospitalized and the other seven have fully recovered.

Testing locations

Testing for the novel coronavirus is taking place at multiple locations throughout Butte, Glenn and Tehama Counties.

Butte County

  • Silver Dollar Fairgrounds: 2357 Fair St., Chico

Glenn County

  • Ampla Health: 1211 Cortina Drive, Orland
  • Immediate Care Medical Center: 1361 Cortina Drive, Suite A, Orland
  • Glenn Medical Center: 1133 W. Sycamore St., Willows
  • Northern Valley Indian Health: 207 N. Butte St., Willows
  • Ampla Health: 278 Main St., Hamilton City

Tehama County

  • Corning High School 643 Blackburn, Building C, Room 10, Corning

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