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4 more VC residents reported to have died with COVID-19, bringing total deaths to 17 since Aug. 20

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Since Thursday, Aug. 26, there are 183 new COVID-19 cases reported and 5,659 new tests performed. There are 137 people hospitalized, 27 in intensive care units, according to Ventura County Public Health.

Four more Ventura County residents are reported to have died with COVID-19.

• They are two women, ages 58 and 70, and two men, ages 75 and 86. That brings the total number of Ventura County residents who have died with COVID-19 to 17 since Aug. 20.

On  Aug. 26, Ventura County Public Health reported four additional deaths of Ventura County residents who died with COVID-19:

Three men, ages 55, 56 and 57, and a 62-year-old woman.

• Those deaths are in addition to the county government reporting Tuesday, Aug. 24, that two county residents — a 56-year-old woman and 60-year-old man —had died with COVID-19.

• Aug 23, it reported three people  two men, ages 82 and 97, and an 84-year-old woman had died with COVID-19.

• Aug. 22, it reported four county residents had succumbed with COVID-19. 

Ventura County Public Health reported on vaccination rates:

• 78.2% of Ventura County's population 12+ has received the first dose.
• 78.2% of Ventura County's population 18+ has received the first dose.
• 68% of Ventura County’s population 12+ are fully vaccinated.

Anyone age 12 and older can get vaccinated for free in Ventura County. Anyone who is immunocompromised 12 or older can get a booster at any vaccine location.

No appointment is needed at County Public Health vaccine clinics. View the schedule at www.vcrecovers.org/vaccine 
Schedule an appointment at MyTurn.ca.gov   or call 833-422-4255
Visit www.vaccines.gov  or call 1-800-232-0233 to find additional vaccine locations including pharmacies and other health care providers.

Find information about COVID-19 vaccines and testing at www.vcrecovers.org 

 

 

 

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