After a one-day spike due to a lag in reporting, Stanislaus County continued to see lower positive coronavirus test results, according to data reported on Saturday.
The Health Services Agency reported 55 new cases and saw its seven-day positivity rate fall to less than 5% and its 14-day rate to less than 6%, according to state data.
There also were zero deaths reported, leaving the overall total at 1,003 in just under one year since announcing its first fatality.
However, its case rate by episode date with a seven-day lag stood at 12.1 per 100,000 residents, a mark that would land them in the purple tier had the county not qualified for the red tier based on two key positivity rates.
The county now has 52,966 positive tests, 519,023 negative test results and 51,322 people who are presumed recovered.
The continued advice about social distancing and masks outside the household still remains in effect.
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