Contra Costa Health Reports 4,852 Coronavirus Cases, 173 New Cases

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On Monday, the Contra Costa Health Services announced there are now 4,852 cases of coronavirus resulting in 90 Deaths. In the past 24-hours, this is 173 new cases.

The county reported that 3,460 people have recovered. The county says they have provided 97,113 tests and 79 people are currently in the hospital.

On Saturday, Contra Costa Health amended its social distancing health order to temporarily tighten face-covering requirements and prohibit indoor gatherings where there is elevated risk of spreading the virus.

This week, the county announced it updated its mask policy where the order specifies that face coverings should be worn in businesses and in areas where people wait in line to enter businesses, and that everyone should wear a mask or face covering whenever they are within six feet of another person who is not a member of their household, except in very limited, industry-specific situations.

Contra Costa Cases by Age:

0-4 or under: 123
5-12 years: 182
13-18 years: 264
19-30 years: 1,064
31-40 years: 913
41-50 years: 817
51-60 years: 658
61-70 years: 394
71-80 years: 225
81-90 years: 143
Over 90 years: 63

According to the county, 2,540 women tested positive while 2,301 men were positive with 10 cases of unknown gender were reported.

Here is the Contra Costa city list and cases as of 7/13 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 5-7: 51
  • July 8-10: 52
  • July 11-13: 53

Antioch:

  • July 1: 335
  • July 2: 345
  • July 3: 356
  • July 4: 376
  • July 5: 400
  • July 6: 436
  • July 7: 471
  • July 8: 482
  • July 9: 505
  • July 10: 519
  • July 11: 536
  • July 12: 542
  • July 13: 582

Bay Point

  • July 1: 144
  • July 2: 147
  • July 3: 151
  • July 4: 154
  • July 5: 157
  • July 6: 163
  • July 7: 170
  • July 8: 181
  • July 9: 184
  • July 10: 197
  • July 11: 206
  • July 12: 209
  • July 13: 220

Bethel Island

  • April 5 through July 10: 1 case reported
  • July 11-13: 2

Brentwood

  • July 1: 106
  • July 2-3: 110
  • July 4: 118
  • July 5: 126
  • July 6: 133
  • July 7: 143
  • July 8: 152
  • July 9: 159
  • July 10: 161
  • July 11: 165
  • July 12: 167
  • July 13: 176

Clayton

  • July 1: 9
  • July 2-6: 10
  • July 7: 12
  • July 8-13: 13

Concord

  • July 1: 405
  • July 2: 408
  • July 3: 417
  • July 4: 426
  • July 5: 434
  • July 6: 456
  • July 7: 481
  • July 8: 494
  • July 9: 506
  • July 10: 515
  • July 11: 519
  • July 12: 521
  • July 13: 535

Danville

  • July 1: 53
  • July 2: 55
  • July 3: 57
  • July 4: 62
  • July 5: 64
  • July 6: 69
  • July 7: 70
  • July 8: 73
  • July 9: 74
  • July 10: 78
  • July 11: 83
  • July 12: 85
  • July 13: 89

Discovery Bay

  • July 1: 24
  • July 2: 25
  • July 3: 28
  • July 4: 31
  • July 5: 33
  • July 6-7: 34
  • July 8: 35
  • July 9: 38
  • July 10: 37
  • July 11: 39
  • July 12: 39
  • July 13: 41

El Cerrito

  • July 1: 27
  • July 2: 27
  • July 3-4: 28
  • July 5-7: 29
  • July 8: 31
  • July 9-10: 33
  • July 11: 34
  • July 12: 34
  • July 13: 36

El Sobrante

  • July 1: 58
  • July 2: 59
  • July 3: 60
  • July 4: 63
  • July 5: 64
  • July 6: 66
  • July 7: 70
  • July 8: 74
  • July 9: 74
  • July 10: 76
  • July 11: 78
  • July 12: 81
  • July 13: 83

Hercules

  • July 1-3: 52
  • July 4: 55
  • July 5: 56
  • July 6: 59
  • July 7: 70
  • July 8: 74
  • July 9: 76
  • July 10: 78
  • July 11: 78
  • July 12: 85
  • July 13: 90

Lafayette

  • July 1: 37
  • July 2-3: 38
  • July 4: 40
  • July 5-6: 41
  • July 7: 43
  • July 8-9: 44
  • July 10: 45
  • July 11: 48
  • July 12: 50
  • July 13: 52

Martinez

  • July 1: 66
  • July 2: 70
  • July 3: 71
  • July 4: 75
  • July 5: 76
  • July 6: 81
  • July 7: 82
  • July 8: 86
  • July 9: 88
  • July 10: 88
  • July 11: 89
  • July 12: 89
  • July 13: 93

Moraga

  • July 1: 14
  • July 2: 15
  • July 3-4: 17
  • July 5: 19
  • July 6-13: 23

Oakley

  • July 1: 101
  • July 2: 106
  • July 3: 111
  • July 4: 112
  • July 5: 114
  • July 6: 118
  • July 7: 126
  • July 8: 131
  • July 9: 137
  • July 10: 138
  • July 11: 144
  • July 12: 146
  • July 13: 148

Orinda

  • July 1: 59
  • July 2: 59
  • July 3-5: 60
  • July 6: 61
  • July 7: 67
  • July 8-12: 68
  • July 13: 69

Pacheco

  • July 1-4: 22
  • July 5: 23
  • July 6-9: 24
  • July 10-13: 25

Pinole

  • July 1: 44
  • July 2: 46
  • July 3: 48
  • July 4: 52
  • July 5: 54
  • July 6-7: 58
  • July 8: 60
  • July 9: 62
  • July 10: 65
  • July 11: 70
  • July 12: 71
  • July 13: 77

Pittsburg

  • July 1: 223
  • July 2: 236
  • July 3: 249
  • July 4: 260
  • July 5: 275
  • July 6: 299
  • July 7: 322
  • July 8: 335
  • July 9: 343
  • July 10: 361
  • July 11: 378
  • July 12: 385
  • July 13: 408

Pleasant Hill

  • July 1-3: 77
  • July 4-6: 79
  • July 7: 83
  • July 8: 84
  • July 9: 86
  • July 10: 87
  • July 11: 88
  • July 12: 89
  • July 13: 91

Richmond

  • July 1: 757
  • July 2: 767
  • July 3: 799
  • July 4: 824
  • July 5: 834
  • July 6: 876
  • July 7: 919
  • July 8: 946
  • July 9: 974
  • July 10: 994
  • July 11: 1,034
  • July 12: 1,046
  • July 13: 1,080

Rodeo

  • July 1: 21
  • July 2: 24
  • July 3-5: 26
  • July 6: 31
  • July 7-12: 33
  • July 13: 35

San Pablo

  • July 1: 310
  • July 2: 313
  • July 3: 320
  • July 4: 336
  • July 5: 341
  • July 6: 367
  • July 7: 383
  • July 8: 402
  • July 9: 411
  • July 10: 419
  • July 11: 426
  • July 12: 435
  • July 13: 451

San Ramon

  • July 1: 76
  • July 2: 81
  • July 3: 84
  • July 4: 88
  • July 5: 93
  • July 6: 102
  • July 7: 106
  • July 8: 107
  • July 9: 109
  • July 10: 109
  • July 11: 114
  • July 12: 113
  • July 13: 115

Walnut Creek

  • July 1: 140
  • July 2: 143
  • July 3: 147
  • July 4: 154
  • July 5: 157
  • July 6: 165
  • July 7: 175
  • July 8: 187
  • July 9: 192
  • July 10: 194
  • July 11: 199
  • July 12: 202
  • July 13: 210

Other/Unspecified

  • July 1: 41
  • July 2: 42
  • July 3-5: 45
  • July 6: 46
  • July 7: 46
  • July 8: 48
  • July 9: 48
  • July 10: 51
  • July 11-13: 55

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Let’s talk false-positives, co-morbidity, fraudulent models, actual death-rates, #event201, bill gates and eugenics/depopulation, bill gates funding the WHO and UN, bill gates and the RNA EXPERIMENTAL VACCINES THAT PERMANENTLY ALTER YOUR DNA, and so on….

    Anyone see a problem here?
    [crickets]

    • Gates and Fauci have made if very clear that they want to reduce the world population to a billion and a half. They say that at this rate, with so many new births, the earth will not be able to handle feeding and housing such huge numbers. The vaccines might have the means (protein manipulation) to act as permanent birth control to the population. Having the vaccine injected will probably be mandatory

    • What’s sad about conspiracy nuts like yourself is you have all these drawn out conspiracies that are so outlandish that people laugh at you. Meanwhile, when there’s clear injustices and crimes against humanity like the Uyghurs in China, modern-day slavery in mining Africa, climate change… you guys are silent! Your privilege is the only thing you’re proclaiming when you speak of the Covid conspiracy because you only care about issues when they happen to you.

      • It took Covid for people like you to care about the effects of poverty in developing countries. Super cute. Funny how Bill Gates is the go-to billionaire to hate but what about the other billionaires and their “philanthropy”? It’s sad how these people really have the power to change the tides of the world and make such a difference, but they choose not to.

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