Coronavirus update, Feb. 4: Stanislaus hospitals ease again. Vaccines in Oakdale

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Another six Stanislaus County residents have died of COVID-19, raising the total to 848 as of Wednesday.

The county Health Services Agency added 284 new cases, for a total of 46,749. Stanislaus also has 396,588 negative test results and 43,434 people who are presumed recovered from the virus.

The county's five hospitals had 218 confirmed COVID-19 patients Wednesday, down from 222 on Tuesday and continuing a steady decline from well over 300 a month ago. Available ICU beds for adults rose to seven from five.

The seven-day rolling positivity rate was 11.36%, down from 13.25%. The 14-day rate was 13.3%, down from 13.78%.

Over the last seven days, Stanislaus County's infection rate per 100,000 residents ranks 13st highest among the state's 58 counties and rate of death is 16th, according to the Los Angeles Times COVID-19 tracker. Its overall death rate per 100,000 residents remains fourth in the state. Its infection rate per 100,000 residents is 16th.

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