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Weekly HUSD COVID Update 11/18/20:

COVID Data:

Most up to date San Bernardino County COVID data is as follows:

Adjusted new cases per 100,000 residents:

24.41*

Overall testing positivity:

10.41%*

HPI testing positivity aka "Health Equity Metric":

12.62% *

*Note: Most recent data as of 11/9/20

Source: San Bernardino County Department of Public Health

Current San Bernardino County tier assignment:

27.0 adjusted new cases per 100,000**

10.5% Overall positivity**

9.3% Health equity metric positivity**

Tier = Purple

**Note: 7-day average of the week ending on 11/10/20.

Source: Ca Safer Economy

Needed for next tier (Red) assignment:

2 consecutive week averages of 7 or fewer adjusted new San Bernardino County cases per 100,000 residents, 8% or lower overall positivity rate AND 8% or lower Ca Health Equity Metric positivity. Source: Ca Safer Economy


Free COVID Testing:

Community COVID-19 testing sites are being held throughout San Bernardino County. Samples will be collected using a swab in the nostril or in the mouth. These samples are then sent to a lab to test for the virus that causes COVID-19 (SARS‑CoV‑2 virus). There are 3 commonly used testing options:

Option #1: San Bernardino County Public Health Testing Facilities:

Click the link to make a free testing appointment: https://sb.fulgentgenetics.com/appointment/screen/landing

You can easily make an appointment on your computer or phone!

Walk-ins are also welcome!

You do NOT need to have symptoms to test!

You get texted/emailed the results in under 48 hours!

Nearby locations: (Note: Click Here for exhaustive San Bernardino County list)

Percy Bakker Center
9333 E Ave., Hesperia
Monday – Friday from 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Victor Valley College
71 Mojave Fish Hatchery Rd., Victorville
Monday – Friday from 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Every Saturday through November 21 from 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Option #2: CVS Testing Facilities:

You can easily make an appointment on your computer or phone!

No walk-ins!

Generally, you MUST have symptoms to test!

Click the link to schedule a CVS test: https://www.cvs.com/minuteclinic/covid-19-testing?icid=cvs-home-hero1-banner2-coronavirus-testing

Option #3: Consult your doctor for other testing options.

Flu Vaccine:

The California Department of Public Health strongly recommends that all students and staff be immunized each autumn against influenza, to help:

Protect the school community

Reduce demands on health care facilities

Decrease illnesses that cannot be readily distinguished from COVID19 and would therefore trigger extensive measures from the school and public health authorities.

Click the link for information on free flu vaccines in San Bernardino County: https://wp.sbcounty.gov/dph/flu/fluclinics/

If you have any other questions please contact your child's school.

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