Contra Costa Health Reports 6,202 Coronavirus Cases, Testing Positivity Rate at 6.1%

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On Wednesday the Contra Costa Health Services reports there are now 6,202 cases of coronavirus resulting in 102 Deaths. In the past 24-hours, this is 129 new cases.

The county reported that 4,919 people have recovered. The county says they have provided 117,787 tests and 93 people are currently in the hospital. According to the county, the current testing positivity rate is at 6.1%.

Recently, 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: 161
5-12 years: 240
13-18 years: 341
19-30 years: 1,383
31-40 years: 1,196
41-50 years: 1,036
51-60 years: 827
61-70 years: 495
71-80 years: 267
81-90 years: 176
Over 90 years: 74

Deaths by Age

0-4 or under: 0
5-12 years: 0
13-18 years: 0
19-30 years: 0
31-40 years: 1
41-50 years: 0
51-60 years: 6
61-70 years: 14
71-80 years: 19
81-90 years: 34
Over 90 years: 28

According to the county, 3,220 women tested positive while 2,964 men were positive with 17 cases of unknown gender were reported.

Here is the Contra Costa city list and cases as of 7/22 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 11-14: 53
  • July 15: 54
  • July 16: 55
  • July 17: 56
  • July 18-21: 57
  • July 22: 60

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
  • July 14: 601
  • July 15: 616
  • July 16: 626
  • July 17: 648
  • July 18: 674
  • July 19: 681
  • July 20: 689
  • July 21: 710
  • July 22: 746

 

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
  • July 14: 222
  • July 15: 230
  • July 16: 240
  • July 17: 246
  • July 18: 249
  • July 19: 251
  • July 20: 259
  • July 21: 266
  • July 22: 283

 

Bethel Island

  • April 5 through July 10: 1 case reported
  • July 11-20: 2
  • July 21-22: 3

 

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
  • July 14: 180
  • July 15: 183
  • July 16: 190
  • July 17: 199
  • July 18: 206
  • July 19: 211
  • July 20: 221
  • July 21: 232
  • July 22: 246

 

Clayton

  • July 1: 9
  • July 2-6: 10
  • July 7: 12
  • July 8-13: 13
  • July 14: 14
  • July 15-16: 16
  • July 17-18: 17
  • July 19: 18
  • July 20: 18
  • July 21: 19
  • July 22: 19

 

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
  • July 14: 559
  • July 15: 578
  • July 16: 593
  • July 17: 617
  • July 18: 635
  • July 19: 643
  • July 20: 653
  • July 21: 669
  • July 22: 700

 

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
  • July 14: 94
  • July 15: 96
  • July 16: 98
  • July 17: 97
  • July 18: 99
  • July 19: 100
  • July 20: 103
  • July 21: 109
  • July 22: 110

 

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 13-15: 41
  • July 16: 42
  • July 17: 44
  • July 18: 45
  • July 19: 46
  • July 20: 48
  • July 21: 51
  • July 22: 54

 

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
  • July 14: 37
  • July 15: 37
  • July 16-18: 36
  • July 19-21: 37
  • July 22: 39

 

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
  • July 14: 85
  • July 15: 87
  • July 16: 91
  • July 17: 95
  • July 18: 96
  • July 19: 95
  • July 20: 98
  • July 21: 99
  • July 22: 104

 

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
  • July 14: 92
  • July 15: 93
  • July 16: 94
  • July 17: 96
  • July 18: 98
  • July 19: 100
  • July 20: 106
  • July 21: 108
  • July 22: 112

 

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
  • July 14-16: 54
  • July 17: 55
  • July 18: 56
  • July 19: 56
  • July 20: 58
  • July 21: 59
  • July 22: 62

 

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
  • July 14: 96
  • July 15-19: 99
  • July 20: 100
  • July 21: 105
  • July 22: 110

 

Moraga

  • July 1: 14
  • July 2: 15
  • July 3-4: 17
  • July 5: 19
  • July 6-14: 23
  • July 15-17: 25
  • July 18: 26
  • July 19: 26
  • July 20: 27
  • July 21-22: 30

 

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
  • July 14: 153
  • July 15: 157
  • July 16: 158
  • July 17: 158
  • July 18: 163
  • July 19: 164
  • July 20: 172
  • July 21: 176
  • July 22: 184

 

Orinda

  • July 1: 59
  • July 2: 59
  • July 3-5: 60
  • July 6: 61
  • July 7: 67
  • July 8-12: 68
  • July 13: 69
  • July 14: 70
  • July 15: 71
  • July 16-20: 72
  • July 21: 73
  • July 22: 75

 

Pacheco

  • July 1-4: 22
  • July 5: 23
  • July 6-9: 24
  • July 10-13: 25
  • July 14: 26
  • July 15: 23
  • July 16-22: 24

 

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
  • July 14: 84
  • July 15: 84
  • July 16: 88
  • July 17: 89
  • July 18: 93
  • July 19: 94
  • July 20: 95
  • July 21: 99
  • July 22: 102

 

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
  • July 14: 427
  • July 15: 436
  • July 16: 442
  • July 17: 468
  • July 18: 492
  • July 19: 491
  • July 20: 510
  • July 21: 537
  • July 22: 567

 

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
  • July 14: 93
  • July 15: 94
  • July 16: 96
  • July 17: 99
  • July 18: 100
  • July 19: 101
  • July 20: 104
  • July 21: 115
  • July 22: 117

 

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
  • July 14: 1,117
  • July 15: 1,144
  • July 16: 1,161
  • July 17: 1,178
  • July 18: 1,219
  • July 19: 1,231
  • July 20: 1,251
  • July 21: 1,286
  • July 22: 1,347

 

Rodeo

  • July 1: 21
  • July 2: 24
  • July 3-5: 26
  • July 6: 31
  • July 7-12: 33
  • July 13: 35
  • July 14: 35
  • July 15: 37
  • July 16: 37
  • July 17: 38
  • July 18: 40
  • July 19: 42
  • July 20: 42
  • July 21: 43
  • July 22: 50

 

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
  • July 14: 472
  • July 15: 479
  • July 16: 485
  • July 17: 493
  • July 18: 502
  • July 19: 508
  • July 20: 515
  • July 21: 534
  • July 22: 553

 

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
  • July 14: 119
  • July 15: 120
  • July 16: 121
  • July 17: 124
  • July 18: 127
  • July 19: 131
  • July 20: 134
  • July 21: 136
  • July 22: 142

 

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
  • July 14: 214
  • July 15: 221
  • July 16: 221
  • July 17: 237
  • July 18: 246
  • July 19: 249
  • July 20: 256
  • July 21: 272
  • July 22: 283

 

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
  • July 14: 60
  • July 15: 63
  • July 16: 68
  • July 17: 67
  • July 18: 75
  • July 19: 77
  • July 20: 80
  • July 21: 82
  • July 22: 80

 

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Apparently, a door-to-door pest control salesman has been going through the Viera neighborhood maskless. Unclear how many households he has contacted, or how many people actually opened the door, but it seems incredible that anyone could ignore requirements and put people at risk like this.

  2. It is outright disingenuous to change the conversation from…..

    ‘how many dead’

    -to

    ‘How many positive test’

    BUT WHAT IS THE DEATH RATE————> 00.01%-00.03%

    Covid-19: What you’re NOT being told, what Other Experts are Saying
    https://contendingforthefaithblog.wordpress.com/2020/07/21/covid-19-what-youre-not-being-told-what-other-experts-are-saying/

    https://questioningcovid.com/

    Masks don’t work: A review of science relevant to covid-19 social policy.
    https://www.rcreader.com/sites/default/files/Denis%20G.%20Rancourt%20PhD%20April%202020%20%22Masks%20Don%27t%20Work%3A%20A%20review%20of%20science%20relevant%20to%20COVID-19%20social%20policy%22.pdf

  3. We have had ONE Death of a person under 50 years old, and 98 deaths that are 50+ years in a County of 1.15 Million people. New Diabetes cases are up 47%, New Cancer cases are up 52%, Heart disease up 54%…..Cases = Cases not deaths.

  4. I was just diagnosed with skin cancer today. Surgery in September. Wish I’d gone in sooner. My own dang fault but I’ll bet there are plenty more and more serious cases than mine out there.

  5. FDA released restrictions on Hospital Mask usage. Constant wearing not necessary or working.
    More Homicide deaths in CC County than Wuhan. No children have died from Wuhan. 70% of Wuhan Deaths from Elder Care Homes. 1.1 million people in this County and 132 Deaths from Wuhan ( Maybe ). Influenza kills more in ALL age groups. Wake Up ‘WE THE PEOPLE”

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