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http://www.sjgov.org/ems Mailing Address

PO Box 220 French Camp, CA 95231 Health Care Services Complex

Benton Hall 505 W. Service Rd. French Camp, CA 95231 Phone Number (209) 468-6818

San Joaquin County

Emergency Medical Services Agency

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

January 4, 2021

Daily COVID Hospitalizations Contact: Marissa Matta, EMS PIO

mamatta@sjgov.org

Intensive Care Unit Demand Reaches 175% in San Joaquin County

French Camp, Calif. – Hospitals in San Joaquin County report having 340 COVID positive patients admitted for care. Demand for intensive care services is at an all-time high with adult intensive care units (ICU) operating at 175% of licensed bed capacity. San Joaquin County hospitals report 8 patient deaths due to COVID in the past 24 hours.

Demand for ICU services significantly increased over the New Year’s weekend with St. Joseph’s Medical Center operating at 215% of licensed capacity with 84 patients requiring ICU care and San Joaquin General Hospital in French Camp operating at 175% of licensed capacity with 28 patients. With the help of the Department of Defense medical assistance team, Lodi Memorial Hospital is operating at 190% with 19 patients and Dameron Hospital, Stockton is operating at 183% caring for 22 ICU patients. (Editor Note: see new graph showing county ICU capacity).

“I cannot say thank you enough to the staff of the county’s seven acute care hospitals for their skill and dedication in caring for patients during the pandemic especially for the 106 COVID positive patients requiring intensive care services. The 106 patients requiring ICU care to battle COVID alone exceeds the county’s 99 licensed ICU beds. The impact of COVID-19 on the members of our community and our healthcare system is glaring,” Dan Burch, EMS Administrator.

What People Should Do If They Have A Medical Emergency Or Are Sick:

Do not delay seeking care. If you are experiencing a medical emergency such as a heart attack, stroke, difficulty breathing or altered mental status contact 911 to activate the EMS system. If you are ill or sick, contact your physician or healthcare provider.

How People Can Protect Themselves:

We are all in this together. Every person has a role to play. Your actions save lives.

DO: Stay home; Avoid people outside your household; Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; Wear a face mask when out in public; Cover your cough or sneeze; Frequently clean and disinfect touched objects and surfaces; Maintain physical distance of six feet whenever outside of the house; Stay away from work, school or other people if you become sick with respiratory symptoms like fever and cough.

### Notes to editors:

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January 4, 2021

Daily COVID Hospitalizations Contact: Marissa Matta, EMS PIO

mamatta@sjgov.org

 San Joaquin County EMS Agency will provide updates daily on the most current hospital statistics Monday-Friday.

 Graphs and tables show hospital bed capacity, adult ICU bed capacity and historical tracking. Note: the CDPH county data monitoring website combines adult, pediatric and neonatal ICU bed capacity in its reporting.

 This document is intended to prevent and control the transmission of COVID-19 by informing the public and serves a public health purpose.

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(+)5.9% (-)1.4%

Number of Hospital Beds in Use

836

Number of Adult ICU Beds in Use 173 1/4/2021 Adventist Health Lodi Memorial Hospital Dameron Hospital Association Doctors Hospital of Manteca Kaiser Foundation Hospital Manteca San Joaquin General Hospital St. Joseph's Medical Center Sutter Tracy Community Hospital Number of Hospital Beds in Use 115 64 45 25 201 339 47 Number of COVID (+) Patients Hospitalized 50 25 23 18 63 144 17

Number of Adult ICU

Beds in Use 19 22 8 6 28 84 6

% Adult ICU Capacity 190% 183% 100% 100% 175% 215% 75%

Number of Hospitalized (COVID +) Patients in

Adult ICU

13 9 6 6 14 55 3

Hospital Intensive Care Capacity in San Joaquin County Percentage of Occupied

Licensed Hospital Beds

85%

Number of Hospitalized COVID +

Patients

340

Percentage of Hospital beds Occupied by COVID+ Patients

41%

Status of San Joaquin County Hospitals Percentage of Occupied

Licensed Adult ICU Beds

175%

Number of COVID + Adult ICU Patients

106

Percentage of Adult ICU beds Occupied by COVID+ Patients

61%

Hospital Bed Capacity in San Joaquin County

San Joaquin County EMS Agency COVID-19 Report

Percent Change in COVID Positive Hospitalizations

Past 24 hours Past 7 days

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0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 4/ 13/ 2020 4/ 23/ 2020 5/ 3/ 2020 5/ 13/ 2020 5/ 23/ 2020 6/ 2/ 2020 6/ 12/ 2020 6/ 22/ 2020 7/ 2/ 2020 7/ 12/ 2020 7/ 22/ 2020 8/ 1/ 2020 8/ 11/ 2020 8/ 21/ 2020 8/ 31/ 2020 9/ 10/ 2020 9/ 20/ 2020 9/ 30/ 2020 10/ 10/ 2020 10/ 20/ 2020 10/ 30/ 2020 11/ 9/ 2020 11/ 19/ 2020 11/ 29/ 2020 12/ 9/ 2020 12/ 19/ 2020 12/ 29/ 2020

San Joaquin County EMS Agency

COVID-19 Adult ICU Hospitalization Tracking Report

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0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 3/ 2 7/ 20 20 4/ 6 /202 0 4/ 1 6/ 20 20 4/ 2 6/ 20 20 5/ 6 /202 0 5/ 1 6/ 20 20 5/ 2 6/ 20 20 6/ 5 /202 0 6/ 1 5/ 20 20 6/ 2 5/ 20 20 7/ 5 /202 0 7/ 1 5/ 20 20 7/ 2 5/ 20 20 8/ 4 /202 0 8/ 1 4/ 20 20 8/ 2 4/ 20 20 9/ 3 /202 0 9/ 1 3/ 20 20 9/ 2 3/ 20 20 10 /3/ 20 20 10 /13/ 2 020 10 /23/ 2 020 11 /2/ 20 20 11 /12/ 2 020 11 /22/ 2 020 12 /2/ 20 20 12 /12/ 2 020 12 /22/ 2 020 1/ 1 /202 1

San Joaquin County EMS Agency

COVID-19 Hospitalization Tracking Report

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0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 1000 1050 4/ 1 3/ 20 20 4/ 2 4/ 20 20 5/ 5 /202 0 5/ 1 6/ 20 20 5/ 2 7/ 20 20 6/ 7 /202 0 6/ 1 8/ 20 20 6/ 2 9/ 20 20 7/ 1 0/ 20 20 7/ 2 1/ 20 20 8/ 1 /202 0 8/ 1 2/ 20 20 8/ 2 3/ 20 20 9/ 3 /202 0 9/ 1 4/ 20 20 9/ 2 5/ 20 20 10 /6/ 20 20 10 /17/ 2 020 10 /28/ 2 020 11 /8/ 20 20 11 /19/ 2 020 11 /30/ 2 020 12 /11/ 2 020 12 /22/ 2 020 1/ 2 /202 1

San Joaquin County EMS Agency

Hospital Census Tracking Report

Hospital Bed Census (Occupied inpatient beds, including Adult ICU) Number of Hospitalized COVID + Patients Number of hospitalized influenza positive patients Hospital Bed Census (Occupied inpatient beds, including Adult ICU)

Hospitalized COVID + Patients

Licensed Hospital Bed Capacity- 982

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0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 12 /4/ 20 20 12 /5/ 20 20 12 /6/ 20 20 12 /7/ 20 20 12 /8/ 20 20 12 /9/ 20 20 12 /10/ 2 020 12 /11/ 2 020 12 /12/ 2 020 12 /13/ 2 020 12 /14/ 2 020 12 /15/ 2 020 12 /16/ 2 020 12 /17/ 2 020 12 /18/ 2 020 12 /19/ 2 020 12 /20/ 2 020 12 /21/ 2 020 12 /22/ 2 020 12 /23/ 2 020 12 /24/ 2 020 12 /25/ 2 020 12 /26/ 2 020 12 /27/ 2 020 12 /28/ 2 020 12 /29/ 2 020 12 /30/ 2 020 12 /31/ 2 020 1/ 1 /202 1 1/ 2 /202 1 1/ 3 /202 1 1/ 4 /202 1

San Joaquin County EMS Agency

COVID-19 Hospitalization 30 Day Tracking Report

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