The San Bernardino County vaccination team is offering free flu shots at COVID-19 vaccine sites.

Residents can view locations and make an appointment at MyTurn.ca.gov. Walk-ins are also welcome. The Redlands site is operating from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 9, at the McDonald’s on 612 E. Redlands Blvd.

As of Tuesday, Oct. 5, the county recorded 345,878 total cases, up 3,096 from last week's 342,782. The county recorded 337,333 total recoveries, 3,386 more than the previous week. A total of 5,158 deaths have been recorded, up 51 from last week. The case fatality rate remained at 1.5%.

The 315 hospital patients are down 87 from the previous week’s 402. The county recorded 104 positive ICU patients, down 32 from the previous week.According to Johns Hopkins University, San Bernardino County rose from 10th to ninth in total COVID-19 cases out of the country’s 3,143 counties. Riverside County dropped from ninth to seventh with 357,988 cases.

As of Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2 million vaccine doses have been administered to county residents. Over 1 million county residents have been partially or fully vaccinated, which is 64.2% of the population over the age of 12.

Redlands is among the cities with the most people vaccinated.

A total of 47,417 residents have received a vaccination. According to the county, there are 62,131 Redlands residents 12 and older. Redlands has vaccinated 76.3% of these residents.

Redlands numbers

  • As of Tuesday, Oct. 5, Redlands recorded 10,414 total cases, 96 more than the previous week's 10,318. Redlands’ total death remained at 240. During the week of Sept. 12, the city had 95 new cases and a test positivity rate of 3.2%. The previous week, Redlands had 93 new cases and a test positivity rate of 3.4%. From Sept. 21 to Oct. 5, the Redlands Unified School District had 71 new confirmed cases.