California CoronaVirus Cases by County

California CoronaVirus Cases by County – Covid19 California CoronaVirus Cases by County

Data is preliminary and subject to change

Data through 4/6/2020, updated 4/7/2020 8:00 AM

County
Total Cases
Deaths
Recovered
17,505 447
Los Angeles 6,910 169
San Diego 1,454 31
Santa Clara 1,285 43
Riverside 1,016 28 67
Orange 931 15
Alameda[c] 634 15
San Francisco 622 9
San Mateo 589 21
San Bernardino 547 17
Sacramento 525 21
Contra Costa 442 7
Kern 261 2
Ventura 243 6 89
San Joaquin 223 13
Santa Barbara 218 2 51
Tulare 157 6 8
Marin 148 10
Fresno 146 3 6
Sonoma 120 1 38
Placer 115 3
San Luis Obispo 99 1 71
Solano 99 2
Stanislaus 90 0
Santa Cruz 76 1
Imperial 73 3 11
Monterey 63 2 12
Yolo 56 2
Humboldt 50 0
Merced 34 1 3
Nevada 33 1
San Benito 31 2 17
Madera 30 2 8
El Dorado 28 0
Napa 23 2
Shasta 23 3
Mono 19 1
Sutter 19 2
Butte 13 0
Yuba 13 0
Inyo 11 0
Calaveras 5 0 2
Kings 5 0
Mendocino 4 0 2
Siskiyou 4 0 3
Amador 3 0
Colusa 3 0
Plumas 3 0
Del Norte 2 0
Glenn 2 0
Lake 2 0
Alpine 1 0 1
Tehama 1 0
Tuolumne 1 0

CoronaVirus Cases in California – Source

Filed under Covid-19   


Source– The first case relating to the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. state of California was confirmed on January 26. A state of emergency has been in place in the state since March 4. A mandatory statewide stay-at-home order was issued on March 19. As of May 4, 2020, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) reported 56,212 confirmed cases and 2,317 deaths in the state.

January–February
On January 26, the CDC confirmed the first case in California, the third case in the U.S. The person, a man in his 50s, who had returned from travel to Wuhan, China, was released from the hospital in Orange County on February 1 in good condition to in-home isolation. On January 31, the CDC confirmed the seventh case in the U.S., a man in Santa Clara County, who had recently traveled to Wuhan. The man recovered at home and was released from in-home isolation on February 20.

On January 29, the U.S. Department of State evacuated 195 of its employees, their families, and other U.S. citizens from Hubei Province aboard a chartered flight to March Air Reserve Base in Riverside County.

On February 2, the CDC confirmed the U.S.’s ninth case in a woman in Santa Clara County, California, who had recently traveled to Wuhan. This case was unrelated to the first case in Santa Clara. On the same day, the CDC reported the tenth and eleventh cases in San Benito County, including the second instance of human-to-human transmission.

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