Contra Costa Health Reports 3,878 Coronavirus Cases, 218 New Cases

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On Monday, the Contra Costa Health Services announced there are now 3,878 cases of coronavirus resulting in 85 Deaths. In the past 48-hours, this is 314 new cases–including 218 on Monday.

The county reported that 2,608 people have recovered. The county says they have provided 84,784 tests and 59 people are currently in the hospital.

On Thursday, Health officers from across the greater Bay Area say staying home this year is a healthy choice.

“Nobody wants to be cooped up, or to miss out on the holiday,” said Dr. Chris Farnitano, Contra Costa County Health Officer. “But the more we come together in groups, the more COVID-19 spreads in the community. And the more it spreads, the more it endangers older adults and others at high risk of serious illness.”

Contra Costa Cases by Age:

0-20 years: 552
21-30 years: 717
31-40 years: 726
41-50 years: 659
51-60 years: 527
61-70 years: 326
71-80 years: 187
81-90 years: 122
Over 90 years: 57

According to the county, 2,030 women tested positive while 1,839 men were positive with 9 cases of unknown gender were reported.

Here is the Contra Costa city list and cases as of 7/6 at 11:30 am

Note – July numbers only, for April, May & June – click to our July 3 report.

Alamo

  • July 1: 46
  • July 2-3: 48
  • July 4: 50
  • July 5: 51

Antioch:

  • July 1: 335
  • July 2: 345
  • July 3: 356
  • July 4: 376
  • July 5: 400
  • July 5: 436

Bay Point

  • July 1: 144
  • July 2: 147
  • July 3: 151
  • July 4: 154
  • July 5: 157
  • July 6: 163

Bethel Island

  • April 5 through July 6: 1 case reported

Brentwood

  • July 1: 106
  • July 2-3: 110
  • July 4: 118
  • July 5: 126
  • July 6: 133

Clayton

  • July 1: 9
  • July 2-6: 10

Concord

  • July 1: 405
  • July 2: 408
  • July 3: 417
  • July 4: 426
  • July 5: 434
  • July 6: 456

Danville

  • July 1: 53
  • July 2: 55
  • July 3: 57
  • July 4: 62
  • July 5: 64
  • July 6: 69

Discovery Bay

  • July 1: 24
  • July 2: 25
  • July 3: 28
  • July 4: 31
  • July 5: 33
  • July 6: 34

El Cerrito

  • July 1: 27
  • July 2: 27
  • July 3-4: 28
  • July 5: 29
  • July 6: 29

El Sobrante

  • July 1: 58
  • July 2: 59
  • July 3: 60
  • July 4: 63
  • July 5: 64
  • July 6: 66

Hercules

  • July 1-3: 52
  • July 4: 55
  • July 5: 56
  • July 6: 59

Lafayette

  • July 1: 37
  • July 2-3: 38
  • July 4: 40
  • July 5-6: 41

Martinez

  • July 1: 66
  • July 2: 70
  • July 3: 71
  • July 4: 75
  • July 5: 76
  • July 6: 81

Moraga

  • July 1: 14
  • July 2: 15
  • July 3-4: 17
  • July 5: 19
  • July 6: 23

Oakley

  • July 1: 101
  • July 2: 106
  • July 3: 111
  • July 4: 112
  • July 5: 114
  • July 6: 118

Orinda

  • July 1: 59
  • July 2: 59
  • July 3-5: 60
  • July 6: 61

Pacheco

  • July 1-4: 22
  • July 5: 23
  • July 6: 24

Pinole

  • July 1: 44
  • July 2: 46
  • July 3: 48
  • July 4: 52
  • July 5: 54
  • July 6: 58

Pittsburg

  • July 1: 223
  • July 2: 236
  • July 3: 249
  • July 4: 260
  • July 5: 275
  • July 6: 299

Pleasant Hill

  • July 1-3: 77
  • July 4-6: 79

Richmond

  • July 1: 757
  • July 2: 767
  • July 3: 799
  • July 4: 824
  • July 5: 834
  • July 6: 876

Rodeo

  • July 1: 21
  • July 2: 24
  • July 3-5: 26
  • July 6: 31

San Pablo

  • July 1: 310
  • July 2: 313
  • July 3: 320
  • July 4: 336
  • July 5: 341
  • July 6: 367

San Ramon

  • July 1: 76
  • July 2: 81
  • July 3: 84
  • July 4: 88
  • July 5: 93
  • July 6: 102

Walnut Creek

  • July 1: 140
  • July 2: 143
  • July 3: 147
  • July 4: 154
  • July 5: 157
  • July 6: 165

Other/Unspecified

  • July 1: 41
  • July 2: 42
  • July 3-5: 45
  • July 6: 46

*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 and its estimated the actual number of cases could be 5x to 10x higher per county health.