News Update: Needles, CA: COVID-19 Information: Confirmed: Total Cases: 565; Outbreak Cases: 3; Community Cases: 562; Total Deaths: 7; and Total Tests: 6,515.

By: Zachary Lopez (ZachNews):

Source: San Bernardino County Department of Public Health (Information and Press Release):

Needles, California: The San Bernardino County Department of Public Health has released on Friday, January 21st, 2022 the latest confirmed information on local COVID-19 cases and tests.

*** COVID-19 Counts and Tests in Needles, California: ***

  • Total Cases: 565
  • Outbreak Cases: 3
  • Community Cases: 562
  • Deaths: 7
  • Total Tests: 6,515

*** Disclaimer: Death count from the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health may not count residents of Needles, California who’ve died in hospitals out of state of California. ***

*** Dashboard: Latest COVID-19 Information for San Bernardino County, California: ***

Needles City Manager Rick Daniels on Wednesday, January 12th, 2022 provided ZachNews with the latest information locally regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and where COVID-19 rapid result testing kits is being distributed.

*** You can read up and watch the interview at the following ZachNews website link: ***

During the interview, Needles City Manager Rick Daniels told ZachNews that the City of Needles has received free COVID-19 rapid result testing kits, and have given them out to local non-profits and churches, including Set Free Church, to Saint Vincent de Paul and to Fire House Ministries to be distributed to the community for free per family.

*** Where to get free COVID-19 rapid result testing kits: ***

Set Free Church of Needles:

404 F Street

Needles, California

1 (760) 877-3940

Saint Vincent de Paul Society (Thrift Store):

839 Front Street

Downtown Needles, California

1 (760) 326-4420

Fire House Ministries:

809 Bush Street

Needles, California

1 (760) 443-4342

*** COVID-19 Vaccine: Needles, California: ***

Tri-State Community Healthcare Center:

1402 Bailey Avenue

Needles, California

1 (844) 444-1424 or 1 (760) 326-0222

According to Tri-State Community Healthcare Center, you can make an appointment to be vaccinated (COVID-19) if you are a healthcare worker at high or medium risk. Please make an appointment before going to the location. Please only make an appointment for one session. No walk-ins will be accepted at the vaccination site. On-site registration is not available. You must register for an appointment before coming to the site via Patient Portal or by calling Tri-State Community Healthcare Center.

*** COVID-19 Vaccine: San Bernardino County, California: ***

*** More Information and Resources regarding COVID-19 for San Bernardino County, California: ***

ZachNews and the community sends our thoughts, prayers and condolences to the families and friends of those who lost their lives to COVID-19, and we stand with those fighting the healthy fight against COVID-19; get well soon, and never give up.

Stay tuned to ZachNews for the latest information on COVID-19 in Needles, California.


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