Alameda County reports coronavirus cases by city


ALAMEDA COUNTY, California (KRON) – The Alameda County public health department released a new coronavirus dashboard on Wednesday that shows cases by city in the county.

As of Wednesday afternoon, there were 631 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Alameda County and 13 people have died.

According to the new data, Oakland and Hayward have the most cases of coronavirus in the county.

Below is the dashboard for the Alameda County Public Health Department. To find the distribution of cities, look in the lower right corner under the section “Cases by place / jurisdiction”:

Alameda County health officials said on Wednesday that six people had died and 85 others had tested positive for coronavirus in two separate health centers.

At least 59 people tested positive for COVID-19 at the Hayward Gateway Care and Rehab Center, according to Neetu Balram, spokesperson for the Alameda County public health department.

Balram stated that 24 staff and 35 residents of Gateway Care have COVID-19. Of these 35 residents, six have died.

At East Bay Post-Acute in Castro Valley, 17 staff and nine residents tested positive for the virus. No deaths have been reported at Castro Valley Institution.

Eleven inmates at Santa Rita Prison have tested positive for coronavirus in the past four days.

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