Contra Cost Coronavirus Cases Up to 386, County Releases City Case List

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On Sunday, Contra Costa Health Services announced there are 386 cases of coronavirus resulting in 6 Deaths. The County also released additional data including the city list with number of cases.

The county says they have provided 5,240 tests and 31 people are currently in the hospital.

On Friday, Health Officer Dr. Chris Farnitano announced that the County is issuing a mass order for residents with COVID-19 and their close contacts to isolate and quarantine themselves.

“We’ve reached a critical point in the COVID-19 crisis here in Contra Costa,” Dr. Farnitano said. “Our resources are stretched extremely thin and business as usual is not an option. We believe this mass order is a creative and effective way of getting the job done to keep the sick isolated from others.”

Residents must isolate themselves in their home or another residence if they test positive for COVID-19. They may not leave their home except to receive necessary medical care or during an emergency that requires evacuation.

Here is the city list and cases.

  • Alamo  – 13
  • Antioch – 24
  • Bay Point – 12
  • Bethel Island – 1
  • Brentwood – 21
  • Clayton – 3
  • Concord – 24
  • Danville – 18
  • Discovery Bay – 6
  • El Cerrito – 4
  • El Sobrante – 12
  • Hercules – 9
  • Lafayette – 14
  • Martinez – 8
  • Moraga – 4
  • Oakley – 16
  • Orinda – 33
  • Pacheco – 5
  • Pinole – 4
  • Pittsburg – 28
  • Pleasant Hill – 8
  • Richmond – 37
  • Rodeo – 5
  • San Pablo – 22
  • San Ramon – 23
  • Walnut Creek – 26
  • Other/Unspecified – 6

*Note — these are only people who have been tested, does not include people who a-symptomatic or never get tested and could continue to spread it. These are just based off current confirmed tests. 

On Thursday, Contra Costa Health Services launched a new dashboard on its website showcasing the number of cases along with additional data that they had been gathering.

Overall Totals As of 4/2/2020 at 1:00 p.m

  • April 5 – 386 cases / 6 Deaths
  • April 4 – 358 cases /5 Deaths
  • April 3 – 308 cases / 5 Deaths
  • April 2 – 276 cases / 3 deaths
  • April 1 – 250 cases / 3 deaths
  • March 31 – 222 cases / 3 deaths
  • March 30 – 187 cases / 3 deaths
  • March 29 – 175 cases / 3 deaths
  • March 28 – 168 cases / 2 deaths
  • March 27 – 151 cases / 2 deaths
  • March 26 – 147 cases /1 death
  • March 25 – 108 cases / 1 death
  • March 24 – 86 cases / 1 death
  • March 23 – 71 cases / 1 death
  • March 19 – 42 cases
  • March 18 – 41 cases
  • March 8 – 9 cases
  • March 3 – First confirmed case in the county

For more information, visit: https://www.coronavirus.cchealth.org/

3 COMMENTS

  1. Amazing how the cases are so evenly spread around the County. Orinda stands out as the largest per population with the confirmed cases. Good testing or more wealth to travel the world? Both? Staying home is the only prevention. At least for now.

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