Contra Costa County has also had 56 deaths of COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic.
Alameda County, which, since May 18, has had the most cases of coronavirus in the Bay Area, has reported 103 new cases on Saturday, the third day, with more than 100 daily cases since June 16. The county said 4,805 total number of cases and 118 deaths. There were no new fatalities were reported on Saturday.
The seven-day moving average on the new tests carried out in Alameda County has decreased from a high of 2,552 Tuesday, to 1,994 Friday, the most recent data available. Seven-day average rate of positive tests in the county fell slightly Friday, to 3.4 percent.The increase in total cases in the East Bay counties are in contrast with the city of San Francisco, who have not made a new case and no deaths on Saturday. The county had 3,058 cases and 47 deaths from the virus. The county entered Saturday with a seven-day average of 25.6 new cases and 0.43 deaths.On Wednesday, the latest day available, the county has reported 1,935 new tests with a rate of 2 percent.
Santa Clara County has reported 60 new cases and no new deaths, for a total of 3,458 cases and 152 deaths. The county entered Saturday averaging 40 new cases and 0.29 deaths and reported two new deaths since Sunday, June 14. Only one of 783 people, the results of which were released Friday was positive for COVID-19, and the county has an overall positivity rate of 2.9 percent.