CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, Calif. (KRON) — Contra Costa County health officials have released new data on coronavirus cases by city within the county.
As of Monday afternoon, there are 417 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Contra Costa County.
According to the new data, Richmond and Orinda lead the county in number of cases.
Richmond, which has a population of more than 100,000 people, has 37 confirmed cases. Orinda, a town of about 18,000 people, has 35 confirmed cases.
On Friday, public health officials said at least 27 people tested positive for COVID-19 after an outbreak at a nursing facility in Orinda. So far, 24 residents and three staff members at the Orinda Care Center have tested positive.
Below is the city breakdown as of Monday, 2 p.m.:
|Location||Positive Case Count||City Population|
|Alamo||Cases: 13||Population: 14,750|
|Antioch||Cases: 26||Population: 105,009|
|Bay Point||Cases: 15||Population: 22,639|
|Bethel Island||Cases: 1||Population: 2,137|
|Brentwood||Cases: 24||Population: 52,811|
|Clayton||Cases: 4||Population: 11,179|
|Concord||Cases: 30||Population: 125,205|
|Danville||Cases: 19||Population: 43,121|
|Discovery Bay||Cases: 6||Population: 13,352|
|El Cerrito||Cases: 4||Population: 24,156|
|El Sobrante||Cases: 13||Population: 12,669|
|Hercules||Cases: 9||Population: 24,682|
|Lafayette||Cases: 15||Population: 24,510|
|Martinez||Cases: 8||Population: 36,729|
|Moraga||Cases: 5||Population: 16,401|
|Oakley||Cases: 17||Population: 36,348|
|Orinda||Cases: 35||Population: 18,098|
|Pacheco||Cases: 5||Population: 3,685|
|Pinole||Cases: 4||Population: 18,864|
|Pittsburg||Cases: 32||Population: 64,890|
|Pleasant Hill||Cases: 9||Population: 34,001|
|Richmond||Cases: 37||Population: 106,357|
|Rodeo||Cases: 5||Population: 8,679|
|San Pablo||Cases: 25||Population: 29,884|
|San Ramon||Cases: 23||Population: 74,013|
|Walnut Creek||Cases: 27||Population: 65,816|
|TOTAL||Cases: 417||Population: 1,153,526|
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