Bay area coronavirus updates: more deaths reported in East Bay on Saturday

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LATEST, May 9, 2 p.m. Bay Area counties announced new cases and deaths of COVID-19 in the Bay Area on Saturday. These numbers will be updated as they are published:

—San Mateo announced 28 new cases to bring the total number of cases to 1,425. The death toll remains at 56.

– San Francisco has announced 38 new cases to bring the total number of cases to 1,891. The death toll remains at 33.

—Alameda once announced a new death and 62 new cases. The total number of cases has exceeded 2,000 and reached 2,023, and the death toll is 71.

—Contra Costa has announced three new deaths and 22 new cases. The total number of cases is 1,036 and the number of deaths is 32.

– Santa Clara has reported 19 new cases, bringing the total to 2307. The death toll is 128.

May 9, 1:00 p.m. Tesla CEO Elon Musk went on Twitter on Saturday to announce that his company would take legal action against Alameda County for its on-site shelter order that does not allow the return of manufacturing with the rest of the state.

“Tesla immediately files a lawsuit against Alameda County,” he tweeted. “The unelected and ignorant interim health officer of Alameda acts contrary to the governor, the president, our constitutional freedoms and our common sense! “

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May 9, 9:00 a.m. The number of Bay Area residents hospitalized for coronavirus appeared to plateau during the past week, with no percentage increase or decrease in day time over 5.1% since April 30.

The following are the last ten days of data reflecting the total number of confirmed and suspected hospitalizations for COVID-19 in the nine counties that make up the San Francisco Bay area:

Wednesday April 29: 585 (1.2% increase from the previous day)

Thursday April 30: 532 (down 9.1% from the previous day)

Friday May 1: 540 (1.5% increase from the previous day)

Saturday May 2: 555 (2.8% increase from the previous day)

Sunday May 3: 540 (2.7% decrease from the previous day)

Monday May 4: 523 (3.1% decrease from the previous day)

Tuesday May 5: 551 (5.1% increase from the previous day)

Wednesday May 6: 529 (4% decrease from the previous day)

Thursday May 7: 505 (4.5% decrease from the previous day)

Friday May 8: 530 (5% increase from the previous day)

For reference, April 7 marked the day of total reported total hospitalizations with 831, and data was made available for the first time on April 1. hospitalizations fell 9.1%.

Cumulative cases in the Greater Bay Area (due to limited testing, these numbers only reflect a small portion of the probable cases):

ALAMEDA COUNTY: 2,023 confirmed cases, 71 deaths

For more information on Alameda County cases, visit the public health website.

COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA: 1,036 confirmed cases, 32 deaths

For more information on Contra Costa County cases, visit the public health department’s website.

LAKE COUNTY: 8 confirmed cases

For more information on Lake County and the coronavirus, visit the Ministry of Public Health website.

MARIN COUNTY: 257 confirmed cases, 14 deaths

For more information on Marin County cases, visit the public health unit’s website.

MONTEREY COUNTY: 267 confirmed cases, 6 deaths

For more information on Monterey County cases, visit the public health unit’s website.

NAPA COUNTY: 78 cases, 2 deaths

For more information on Napa County cases, visit the public health department’s website.

SAN BENITO COUNTY: 55 confirmed cases, 2 deaths

For more information on San Benito County cases, visit the public health department’s website.

SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY: 1891 confirmed cases, 33 deaths

For more information on San Francisco County cases, visit the public health department’s website.

SAN MATEO COUNTY: 1,425 confirmed cases, 56 deaths

For more information on San Mateo County cases, visit the public health department’s website.

SANTA CLARA COUNTY: 2,307 confirmed cases, 128 deaths

For more information on Santa Clara County cases, visit the public health department’s website.

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY: 140 confirmed cases, 2 deaths

For more information on Santa Cruz County cases, visit the public health department’s website.

SOLANO COUNTY: 351 confirmed cases, 7 deaths

For more information on Solano County cases, visit the public health department’s website.

SONOMA COUNTY: 300 confirmed cases, 3 deaths

For more information on Sonoma County cases, visit the public health department’s website.


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