Contra Costa Health Reports 7,577 Coronavirus Cases, 116 Deaths

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On Thursday the Contra Costa Health Services reports there are now 7,577 cases of coronavirus resulting in 116 Deaths. In the past 24-hours, this is 86 new cases.

The county reported that 6,580 people have recovered. The county says they have provided 132,524 tests and 108 people are currently in the hospital. According to the county, the current testing positivity rate is at 8.8%.

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: 206
5-12 years: 304
13-18 years: 428
19-30 years: 1,725
31-40 years: 1,478
41-50 years: 1,253
51-60 years: 1,009
61-70 years: 573
71-80 years: 315
81-90 years: 200
Over 90 years: 79

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: 9
61-70 years: 15
71-80 years: 22
81-90 years: 39
Over 90 years: 30

According to the county, 3,926 women tested positive while 3,626 men were positive with 21 cases of unknown gender were reported.

Here is the Contra Costa city list and cases as of 7/30 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
  • July 23: 61
  • July 24-25: 60
  • July 26: 61
  • July 27: 61
  • July 28: 63
  • July 29-30: 66

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
  • July 23: 783
  • July 24: 808
  • July 25: 824
  • July 26: 847
  • July 27: 865
  • July 28: 897
  • July 29: 922
  • July 30: 934

 

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
  • July 23: 291
  • July 24: 303
  • July 25: 311
  • July 26: 321
  • July 27: 328
  • July 28: 337
  • July 29: 345
  • July 30: 348

 

Bethel Island

  • April 5 through July 10: 1 case reported
  • July 11-20: 2
  • July 21-26: 3
  • July 27-30: 4

 

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
  • July 23: 253
  • July 24: 262
  • July 25: 268
  • July 26: 276
  • July 27: 287
  • July 28: 294
  • July 29: 306
  • July 30: 308

 

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
  • July 23: 20
  • July 24: 21
  • July 25: 22
  • July 26: 23
  • July 27: 24
  • July 28: 24
  • July 29: 25
  • July 30: 25

 

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
  • July 23: 722
  • July 24: 755
  • July 25: 776
  • July 26: 804
  • July 27: 821
  • July 28: 837
  • July 29: 890
  • July 30: 979

 

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
  • July 23: 117
  • July 24: 118
  • July 25: 120
  • July 26: 124
  • July 27: 126
  • July 28: 131
  • July 29: 133
  • July 30: 134

 

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
  • July 23: 56
  • July 24: 58
  • July 25: 60
  • July 26: 63
  • July 27: 63
  • July 28: 68
  • July 29: 69
  • July 30: 68

 

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
  • July 23: 41
  • July 24: 44
  • July 25: 45
  • July 26: 45
  • July 27: 47
  • July 28: 49
  • July 29: 51
  • July 30: 51

 

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
  • July 23: 110
  • July 24: 114
  • July 25: 118
  • July 26: 123
  • July 27: 126
  • July 28: 129
  • July 29: 135
  • July 30: 135

 

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
  • July 23: 115
  • July 24: 119
  • July 25: 121
  • July 26: 123
  • July 27-29: 127
  • July 30: 128

 

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
  • July 23: 64
  • July 24: 66
  • July 25: 68
  • July 26: 67
  • July 27: 69
  • July 28: 71
  • July 29: 71
  • July 30: 72

 

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
  • July 23: 117
  • July 24: 119
  • July 25: 124
  • July 26: 133
  • July 27: 138
  • July 28: 142
  • July 29: 146
  • July 30: 148

 

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 21-29: 30
  • July 30: 31

 

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
  • July 23: 194
  • July 24: 202
  • July 25: 207
  • July 26: 214
  • July 27: 219
  • July 28: 225
  • July 29: 240
  • July 30: 241

 

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
  • July 23-25: 76
  • July 26: 77
  • July 27: 77
  • July 28: 78
  • July 29: 79
  • July 30: 79

 

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
  • July 23-26: 25
  • July 27: 26
  • July 28: 29
  • July 29: 29
  • July 30: 29

 

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
  • July 23: 106
  • July 24-26: 109
  • July 27: 110
  • July 28: 112
  • July 29: 121
  • July 30: 122

 

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
  • July 23: 598
  • July 24: 627
  • July 25: 644
  • July 26: 658
  • July 27: 671
  • July 28: 702
  • July 29: 722
  • July 30: 728

 

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
  • July 23: 120
  • July 24: 123
  • July 25: 128
  • July 26: 131
  • July 27: 133
  • July 28: 135
  • July 29: 135
  • July 30: 136

 

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
  • July 23: 1,380
  • July 24: 1,412
  • July 25: 1,441
  • July 26: 1,459
  • July 27: 1,484
  • July 28: 1,530
  • July 29: 1,558
  • July 30: 1,577

 

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
  • July 23: 52
  • July 24-26: 54
  • July 27: 55
  • July 28: 55
  • July 29: 56
  • July 30: 56

 

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
  • July 23: 568
  • July 24: 582
  • July 25: 594
  • July 26: 602
  • July 27: 613
  • July 28: 644
  • July 29: 654
  • July 30: 665

 

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
  • July 23: 146
  • July 24: 149
  • July 25: 151
  • July 26: 153
  • July 27: 156
  • July 28: 160
  • July 29: 165
  • July 30: 166

 

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
  • July 23: 293
  • July 24: 301
  • July 25: 308
  • July 26: 319
  • July 27: 322
  • July 28: 334
  • July 29: 343
  • July 30: 346

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
  • July 23: 84
  • July 24: 84
  • July 25: 83
  • July 26: 88
  • July 27: 91
  • July 28: 96
  • July 29: 100
  • July 30: 100

 

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Who cares about new cases?? You guys are reporting them as if they are death numbers. Most of these “new” cases won’t even amount to anything, yet you’re freaking everyone out by making it seem like it’s a big deal. And while you’re at it, why don’t you also report, right along with the case numbers, how many of those numbers are “presumed” or are positives from missed tests? These numbers are inaccurate and misleading. Stop with the fear mongering media and start reporting the real facts.

  2. Notice the double speech.
    A) Covid-19 new “cases” (you can get a positive “case” from a ham sandwich) THAT DOES NOT MEAN ILLNESS, HOSPITALIZATION NOR DEATH! ..STOP IT!

    B) “complications..” of covid-19. LOL -translation= died of natural causes but , we the oligarchs, rubberstamped them as covid-19

    C) ANY USE…AND I MEAN. ANY USE OF THE TERM COVID-19 is fake and contrived on its face!

    The virus is called Sars/novo-corona. COVID-19 is a sideshow buzzword for this fake worldwide depopulation movement coined and legislated January 2019. COVID-19 MEANS Corona (CO) Virus (v) Identification (ID) 19 as in 1=A , 9=I ..as in A.I. ( ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE )
    COVID-19 IS A code word for OPERATION KILL YOU!”

    GOT IT CHUCKY?!

    this is what the satanic left is panicking about!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hNM9DdWmR0

  3. Always amusing to see what the whack jobs in East County are saying. And, Lord, do we more than our fir share of them. A good dose of Covid would be a real nice thing to behold

    • What a good little German you are!
      sooo….a good dose of zyklon B and time in the oven ‘spas’ will do us, dissenters that ask logical questions, will do us wonders? I dont think so, Günter

  4. This virus is here period. We cannot continue to hide out in our holes until this government decides it is safe to come out. Our livelihoods will be gone and our mental health in the toilet. Get real! Social distancing is prudent but closing our economy is just fear mongering and while I have never been a conspiracy theorist, I am beginning to think they just might be more right than wrong.
    While the multitudes of cases continue to recover, it turns out it is not as deadly as the common flu! Try this fact: there are approx. 7.6 Billion people in the whole world, of those: 17.9 million have been tested positive, and yet only 680,000 have died from covid. (if we believe those death numbers are accurate) on the entire planet! Do the math! Interesting that >10 ml. have reportedly recovered but no one knows about those other pesky 7+ million that are not accounted for.

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