Lake Isabella, CA – Kern Valley Hospital in partnership with Kern County began community testing the week of May 25. The information provided below only captures the positive tests results that have come from our drive thru testing facility. Results through November 25, 2020.

Weeks      Dates                                                                         # of Tests     Positives

  1 May 27, 28 70 0
  2 June 3, 4 59 1
  3 June 10, 11 66 0
  4 June 17, 18 66 2
  5 June 24, 25 73 2
  6 July 1, 2 212 5
  7 July 8, 9 146 10
  8 July 15, 16 204 29
  9 July 22, 23 104 10
10 July 29, 30 84 3
11 August 5, 6 69 2
12 August 12, 13 77 4
13 August 19, 20 48 0
14 August 26 20 0
15 September 2 29 2
16 September 9 20 0
17 September 16 39 0
18 September 22, 23 50 2
19 September 30, October 1 92 2
20 October 7 65 2
21 October 14 44 0
22 October 21 88 0
23 October 28, 29 91 0
24 November 4 71 2
25 November 11 40 2
26 November 18 131 4
27 November 24, 26 205 10
Total Community Tests: 2263
Total Tests Pending       0
Total Positive Tests:    94 (less 14 positive tests were repeats) * missing zip codes for 3 repeats
Zip Code Breakdown:
93240   37   (+7 repeat)
93285    6
93238    8   (+4 repeat)
93283    9   (+2 repeat_            
93205    4
30 positives are out of area residents: 93304, 93313, 91709, 93308, 92395, 90066, 93307, 92324, 90253, 93309, 90706
Just a reminder, due to the recent spike in positive COVID-19 results we are testing on Wednesday and Thursdays from 7:00 am to 2:00 pm.  The test site is now located at 4308 Birch, Mountain Mesa. We will have signage out by the street. The easiest way to enter would be McCray Rd., to Dogwood – make a left and another left onto Birch. The building is next door to Mountain View Health Center.  ,
No appointments will be necessary. This is a drive-thru testing site and you will stay in your car and wait for staff to direct you to pull up. We ask that you put your car in park once you are in position for testing. Please inform our staff if you are experiencing symptoms. 
We want to remind you this test is at “no cost” to our community and we encourage those who wish to test to take advantage of this opportunity. 
We remind everyone to continue washing your hands often and avoid touching your face, practice social distancing and wear a face- mask.