NEVADA COUNTY (CBS13) — Northern California counties worked together Wednesday afternoon to help get a critically ill coronavirus patient medicine that could help their recovery.

Nevada County requested mutual aid Wednesday afternoon, seeking remdesivir, a medication that has been shown to help coronavirus patients. According to a press release, Santa Clara County responded to that call for help and worked with Stanford Health Care to allocate the six vials of remdesivir needed for treatment.

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In an effort to get the medicine to the patient, Nevada County worked with Mountain Lion Aviation to donate a crew and plane, and the Truckee Tahoe Airport donated gas for the transport, the release said.

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By late Wednesday night, the remdesivir was taken from San Jose International Airport back to Truckee Tahoe airport and delivered to Tahoe Forest Hospital.

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The current status of the patient is unknown at this time. Nevada County currently has 101 confirmed cases and one reported death.