Natomas COVID-19 Cases Dropping

New Natomas COVID19 Cases by Date Graphic

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The number of new COVID-19 cases in Natomas zip codes has continued to drop following the post-holiday surge, according to data released Monday by Sacramento County Health officials.

Between Jan. 31 and Feb. 7, new confirmed COVID-19 cases in Natomas zip codes 95833, 95834 and 95835 numbered 487 for those who have been tested for the virus.

That’s a decrease of 59% from the previous reporting period which logged 1,178 new cases.

All three zip codes in Natomas reported a marked decrease in new cases from the previous reporting period:

  • 95833 saw 163 new cases, down 60% from 408 cases the previous week;
  • 95834 reported 148 new cases, down 60% from 373 cases the previous reporting period; and
  • 95835 logged 176 new cases, down 56% from 397 cases the previous week.

Natomas data mirrors a countywide drop in new COVID-19 cases.

For example, the number of Natomas Unified non-charter school students quarantining at home due to the district’s COVID-19 exposure rules has also seen a decline. On Jan. 25 2,376 students — about 22% — were quarantined compared to 1,065 students as of Feb. 4.

Sacramento County’s case rate on Monday was 63.8 per 100,000 people tested — down from 146.9 a month ago, according to the county’s coronavirus data dashboard.

Data released Monday also showed that countywide 2,108 new cases and 18 virus-related deaths were reported over the weekend.

As of Feb. 6, the county dashboard showed 495 people hospitalized with 97 of those patients reported to be in intensive care.

Note: Zip code data reported by the county is not in real time and can represent a delay by several days. Data for deaths, hospitalizations and ICU cases is not made available by zip code.

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