Supervisor Sue Novasel District V Newsletter - February 12, 2021

February 12, 2021                                                               Edition #66

El Dorado County

District V Supervisor, Sue Novasel Updates and Input Newsletter

Supervisor Novasel

Challenge for Recovery


Tahoe Chamber Virtual Town Hall

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Join the Tahoe Chamber on Friday, February 19th, from 11 AM-12 PM for a Virtual Town Hall with the Lake Tahoe Unified School District to discuss the latest updates on the operations of our local schools and what parents can expect moving into the spring.

The Virtual Town Hall Series will continue as a monthly event to address the key areas of focus in the Vision 2025 document with updates from local experts and a dialogue with the community.

Featured Speakers:

Todd Cutler
Lake Tahoe Unified School District Superintendent

Register in advance for this webinar:


Attendees will be able to submit questions throughout the Town Hall to be answered following the presentation. Registration is required and space on the Zoom platform is limited to 100 attendees. Those interested can also watch live on our Tahoe Chamber Facebook Page


Update on COVID-19 in El Dorado County for Friday, February 12, 2021.

  -- 28 cases (8,855)
1 in Pollock Pines/Camino/Kyburz; 6 in EDH; 0 in Diamond Springs/El Dorado; 2 in North County; 3 in Greater Placerville; 8 in Cameron Park/Shingle Springs/Rescue; 1 in South County; 7 in Lake Tahoe region; (0) awaiting address confirmation 
(total awaiting address confirmation is 112)

  -- 4 age 0-17, 12 age 18-49, 6 age 50-64, 6 age 65+
(0) date of birth unknown (total date of birth unknown is 10)

  -- (678) additional negative test results

  -- 45 assumed recoveries (8,270)

  -- 2 hospitalizations/0 ICU 

  -- 2 deaths (90)
65+; F;  El Dorado Hills
65+; M; Cameron Park/Shingle Springs/Rescue

With respect to the tier assignment measures: 
  • Adjusted case rate: 12.5  (must be 7 or below for two consecutive weeks to be eligible to move to less restrictive Red tier. All counties get adjusted based on their population size (as well as their testing volume) and "7" is what all counties, regardless of their population size, need to be at to be eligible for the Red tier.
  • Positivity rate: 4.8%
  • Health equity quartile positivity rate: 6.3%





Challenge for Recovery

Tahoe Chamber Town Hall

EDC COVID-19 Update