SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – Coronavirus cases continue to grow across the United States, including here in the Bay Area.
As of Saturday, there are more than 3,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 87 deaths in the Bay Area.
Here’s a breakdown by county:
|Santa Clara||Cases: 1,148||Deaths: 39|
|San Mateo||Cases: 538||Deaths: 13|
|San Francisco||Cases: 529||Deaths: 8|
|Contra Costa||Cases: 353||Deaths: 5|
|Alameda||Cases: 537||Deaths: 12|
|Marin||Cases: 137||Deaths: 7|
|Solano||Cases: 73||Deaths: 1|
|Sonoma||Cases: 105||Deaths: 1|
|Napa||Cases: 20||Deaths: 2|
|TOTAL||Cases: 3,440||Deaths: 87|
Saturday, April 4: The first confirmed case of COVID-19 was reported at the Santa Rita Jail.
San Francisco reported a new coronavirus death and 32 new cases Saturday morning.
Friday, April 3: The number of cases in the Bay Area surpassed 3,000, with a total of 3,078 cases and 85 deaths.
Contra Costa Health Services said Friday at least 27 people have tested positive for coronavirus after an outbreak at a facility that houses seniors in Orinda. Contra Costa County also confirmed two additional deaths and reported more than 300 cases.
Napa County reported the second confirmed death of a Napa resident due to coronavirus. The adult patient, who died on April 2, was being treated at a hospital in another county.
San Francisco reported a jump in 47 cases, bringing the total to 497.
San Mateo reported 33 new cases, bringing the total to 486. The county also reported 3 additional deaths, bringing the death toll to 13.
Thursday, April 2: Santa Clara County reported 63 new cases and four new deaths. The total number of cases surpassed 1,000.
Solano County health officials announced the county’s first coronavirus death Thursday.
Alameda County reported 37 new cases and one death.
Marin County reported one additional death, bringing the total of deaths there to 6.
San Francisco and San Mateo both reported a jump in new cases.
Wednesday, April 1: The Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office said Wednesday coronavirus cases amongst their staff has grown to 11. They also said one deputy, who is assigned to the Custody Bureau, has recovered and is back at work.
Alameda County reported an additional death, bringing the total there to 8, while also reporting 26 new cases.
San Francisco reported 37 new cases and one additional death. This brings the total number of cases to 434, with 7 deaths.
San Mateo County reported an additional 79 cases.
Solano County reported five new cases and Marin County reported one new case.
Tuesday, March 31: San Francisco reported 23 new cases, bringing the total to 397.
San Mateo County reported 4 new deaths, bringing the total to 10.
Santa Rosa Police Department announced that one of their detectives died of COVID-19. Detective Marylou Armer was with the department for 20 years. Officials say Armer was one of the first employees to test positive.
Napa County has reported their first COVID-19 related death. Officials say an adult resident was being treated at a hospital. No other details have been released.
Santa Clara County reported two additional deaths and 42 new cases bringing total to 890.
Contra Costa County reported 35 new confirmed cases of coronavirus bringing total to 222.
Alameda County reports 30 new cases bringing total to 294. The county total excludes the City of Berkeley, who is reporting 19 cases, which would bring the county total to 313.
Six new confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported in Solano County bringing total to 49.
14 new cases were confirmed in Napa County bringing total to 73.
Marin County reported an additional death and eight news cases bringing total to 107.
One additional death and 12 new coronavirus cases were reported in Sonoma County bringing the total to 85.
Monday, March 30: San Francisco reported an additional death and 34 new cases, bringing the total number of coronavirus cases in the region to 374.
Santa Clara County reported three additional deaths on Monday bringing the total to 28. In addition, 202 new cases were reported bringing the total to 848 confirmed cases.
Contra Costa County reported 12 new coronavirus cases bringing total to 187.
Alameda County reported 10 new cases bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 264.
The City of Berkeley has reported 19 confirmed cases.
Marin County reported three additional deaths and five new confirmed cases of COVID-19 bringing the total to 98.
Sunday, March 29: Napa County confirmed four additional cases on Sunday, bringing the total number in the county to 14. Two were reported Sunday afternoon and two more were reported later in the evening. The 13th and 14th cases are in the City of Napa and in the same household.
The 11th and 12th cases are also patients in the City of Napa. One had travel-related exposure from another country and the other was exposed from a previous confirmed case. The two are not connected.
San Mateo County reported 3 new confirmed cases, bringing the total to 277.
San Francisco County reported 32 new cases bringing the total to 340. A fifth death was also reported in the county. No other details were provided.
Santa Clara County reported 55 new confirmed cases on Sunday bringing the county total to 646.
Saturday, March 28: Napa County health officials said they’ve confirmed their 10th case of COVID-19 Saturday. The individual is a resident of the city of Napa.
The San Francisco Public Health Department announced on Saturday that seven staff members and a patient at Laguna Honda Hospital have tested positive for coronavirus.
Friday, March 27: Napa County reports an additional case of coronavirus.
A Marin County man who was exposed to coronavirus while on the Grand Princess cruise ship has died. This is the county’s first COVID-19 death.
Santa Clara County announced its 20th death Friday afternoon. They also reported 32 new cases brining the total up to 574.
San Mateo County reports 44 new cases, bringing the total there to 239. The county also reports an additional death, bringing the total to 6.
Napa County reports its 8th case of coronavirus. Officials said the patient is self-isolating in St. Helena and was a known contact to someone with coronavirus in Southern California.
San Francisco reports 56 new cases, bringing the total there to 279. The county also reported one new death, bringing the death toll to 3.
Thursday, March 26: Marin County reports 65 cases after five new cases were confirmed.
Alameda County reported 40 new cases, bringing the total to 164. The county also reported two additional deaths, bringing the total to 4.
San Francisco County reported an additional death and a jump in 45 cases, bringing the total to 223, surpassing San Mateo County’s number of cases.
San Mateo County reported 30 new cases, bringing the total there to 195. The death toll remains at 5.
All VTA light rail service is suspended until further notice after a worker tested positive for coronavirus, officials announced late Wednesday.
Wednesday, March 25: Napa County reported three additional cases and a total of six cases.
The patient is a resident of the City of American Canyon and is hospitalized in another county.
San Francisco is reporting 178 total cases.
San Mateo County reported four new cases and a total of 5 deaths.
The Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office now has five confirmed cases of coronavirus, the office announced Wednesday.
An Oakland International Airport gate agent has tested positive for COVID-19. Airport officials say the worker last worked on March 22 in Terminal 2 at gates 23, 25, 26 and 27. The worker is said to have used the men’s restroom in the Terminal 2 baggage claim. Those areas have been closed for cleaning and disinfecting. No other details have been released on the patient.
Napa County reported an additional case bringing the county total to 6. Marin and Solano counties each had seven new cases reported. Sonoma County reported two additional cases.
Tuesday, March 24: San Francisco announced the city’s first coronavirus death Tuesday evening. The man who died was in his 40s and had multiple, significant underlying health conditions, according to officials.
The coronavirus death toll in Santa Clara County continues to rise. The county reported three more deaths bringing the total to 16.
The Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office announced they now have four confirmed cases of COVID-19 amongst their staff. The fourth case is a deputy assigned to the Custody Bureau, who is self-isolating and under quarantine at home.
Napa County public health officials confirmed a third local case of coronavirus. The patient is in isolation and Public Health staff are working to identify the patient’s close contacts.
San Francisco County reported 21 new cases, bringing the total there to 152.
San Mateo County reported an additional 19 cases, bringing the total to 161.
A San Francisco Police Department Sergeant tested positive, the department announced on Tuesday. The sergeant is self-quarantined at home.
Two officers with the Santa Rosa Police Department have also tested positive, while a third officer is experiencing symptoms. The department is awaiting test results for the third officer.
Solano County reported three new confirmed cases on Tuesday.
Monday, March 23: Alameda County says an elderly person has died from coronavirus. This is the county’s first coronavirus-related death.
San Francisco County reported 23 new cases, bringing the total there to 131.
Two new cases were reported in Sonoma County bringing the total to 27 in the county.
An inmate at the Main Jail in San Jose has tested positive for coronavirus, according to the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office. The San Jose Police Department was informed that the initial arresting officer or officers may have been exposed.
Two members of the University of San Francisco community have tested positive for COVID-19, according to school officials.
The Public Health Department has reported three additional coronavirus-related deaths in Santa Clara County on Monday, bringing total number of deaths to 13 in the county. The county also reported 19 new cases on Monday which brings the total to 321.
Three deputies with the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to the department.
Marin County Health Department reported nine new confirmed coronavirus cases bringing the total to 48.
Sunday, March 22: The first confirmed coronavirus case has been reported in Napa County on Sunday, according to health officials.
The second confirmed case in Napa was reported later that afternoon. Both patients are in quarantine as public health officials trace anyone who had direct contact.
Saturday, March 21: Health officials reported new coronavirus cases in Contra Costa, San Mateo, San Francisco, and Alameda counties.
Friday, March 20: The Oakland Police Department announced that an employee has tested positive for coronavirus.
Santa Clara County announced two additional deaths due to COVID-19 bringing the death toll up to eight. The seventh death was an adult male in his 80s. The eighth death was an adult male in his 70s.
San Mateo County reported 11 new cases, bringing the total to 100, while San Francisco County’s number of cases increased to 76.
Contra Costa County reported its first coronavirus-related death. The patient was in their 70’s and had a pre-existing condition that put them at a higher risk of serious illness from COVID-19.
San Francisco city officials announced the annual Bay to Breakers, which is typically held in late May, will be postponed to September amid coronavirus concerns.
Sonoma County has reported its first death due to COVID-19, according to officials.
Thursday, March 19: San Francisco is reporting 19 new cases, bringing the total to 70.
San Mateo County also reported 9 new cases, bringing the total up to 89, up from yesterday’s record of 80.
Wednesday, March 18: Santa Clara County announced one new death from COVID-19, bringing the total number of deaths in the county to six. The patient was an adult man in his 60s and was hospitalized on Thursday, March 5 and passed away on Tuesday, March 17.
San Francisco announced 8 new cases, bringing the total from 42 to 51.
Three residents at Atria Assisted Living Facility Center in Burlingame has tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Vice President of Care.
Tuesday, March 17: Sonoma County is now reporting 6 cases, while San Francisco reported an additional three cases, bringing the total there to 43.
San Mateo County reported an updated count of 64.
A man with coronavirus has died in Santa Clara County, county officials announced Tuesday. This is the county’s fifth coronavirus death. The man was in his 50s and was hospitalized on Saturday, March 9.
Monday, March 16: Six counties in the Bay Area are ordering residents to stay at home in an effort to help reduce the spread of coronavirus. It affects nearly 7 million people in the counties of San Francisco, Marin, Santa Clara, San Mateo, Alameda and Contra Costa.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed has announced a $10 million “Workers and Families First” program that will grant private-sector workers impacted by the coronavirus pandemic an additional week of paid sick leave.
Additionally, San Francisco reported three new cases, bringing the total Monday to 40.
Santa Clara County will close all non-essential services to the public effective Monday to help slow the spread of the virus. County departments will continue to provide essential services to the community.
San Mateo County reported 10 new cases early Monday, bringing the total to 42.
Gilroy Mayor Roland Velasco says an elderly person has died after contracting the coronavirus, according to a post on his Facebook page late Sunday. Mayor Velasco said he was informed earlier in the day of two cases of elderly people contracting the virus in the city, with one of those patients passing away. Their identities have not been released. This brings the total number of deaths in Santa Clara County to three.
Santa Clara County health officials later announced that there were two deaths on Sunday, a man in his 80s and a man in his 50s. This brings the total number of deaths to four.
In addition, Santa Clara announced that a police officer has tested positive for COVID-19. The officer last worked a week ago and is now self-isolating at home for 14-days. Officials say the officer is expected to make a full recovery. Police are trying to track down anyone the officer may have had contact with but they are not clear on how the officer contract the virus.
Two new cases of the coronavirus were reported in Marin County on Monday, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.
Sunday, March 15: Sonoma County confirmed a second case of coronavirus through community spread exposure bringing the total number of cases in the county to five.
Health officials in Santa Clara County reported 23 new coronavirus cases on Sunday morning bringing the total number of cases to 114.
San Francisco Department of Public Health also reported Sunday morning nine new cases of coronavirus bringing the total number to 37.
The first coronavirus related death has been reported in San Mateo County on Sunday, according to health officials.
Saturday, March 14: Sonoma County reported its first confirmed case of community spread of the novel coronavirus in the county on March 14. This bring the total in Sonoma County to four.
A U.C. Berkeley grad student has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, campus officials announced Saturday. The student doesn’t live on campus or in the city of Berkeley. They have self-isolated at home and the person is in good condition with no serious symptoms.
An Alaska Airlines agent at the San Francisco International Airport has tested positive for the novel coronavirus. The customer service agent left work sick on Tuesday, March 10 and learned Friday that they tested positive.
Marin County health officials confirmed Saturday afternoon two new cases of coronavirus. The two new cases had no known exposure to other cases, and are believed to be a result of community spread.
In San Francisco, 5 new people tested positive for the coronavirus brining the total to 28.
Santa Clara County announced 17 new cases Saturday morning bringing the total in the county to 91.
Stanford University released a statement on Friday confirming that an undergraduate student has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Friday, March 13: Health officials announced the second coronavirus death in the Santa Clara County Friday evening. She was a woman in hers 80s. She was hospitalized on March 9 and was among the COVID-19 cases reported by health officials on March 13.
The first coronavirus death was reported on March 9. The woman was in her 60s and was the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in the county who had not traveled internationally or had contact with an already infected patient.
In San Jose, six firefighters have tested positive for coronavirus and 70 others are being monitored after possible exposure to the virus.
San Jose Minetta Airport confirmed Friday a fourth TSA agent that worked at the airport tested positive for COVID-19.
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