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Global Statistics

All countries
40,923,232
Confirmed
Updated on October 20, 2020 7:18 pm
All countries
30,013,157
Recovered
Updated on October 20, 2020 7:18 pm
All countries
1,126,937
Deaths
Updated on October 20, 2020 7:18 pm

Coronavirus: Santa Clara County records 127 brand-new cases, five COVID-19 deaths over two-day period

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After database issues prevented Santa Clara County from providing a coronavirus upgrade on Tuesday, the county’s Public Health Department has released updated COVID-19 data that covers a two-day span.

Santa Clara County has recorded an integrated 127 new cases of COVID-19 and 5 more coronavirus deaths given that the last upgrade was supplied on Monday at 2 p.m.

Fifty-six of the confirmed cases and four of the COVID-19 deaths would have been announced on Tuesday. Public health authorities included 71 new verified cases and one extra death in their upgrade on Wednesday, bringing the number of favorable tests in Santa Clara County to 1,793 and the countywide death toll to 65.

In spite of a slight 1.6 percent increase in the variety of COVID-19- associated hospitalizations around the state on Wednesday, the number of hospitalizations in Santa Clara County actually reduced from 197 to 195 over a two-day period. The variety of patients receiving care in ICU beds increased from 72 on Monday to 76 on Wednesday, but hospitals around the county still have 87 ICU beds available and 616 ventilators that are not currently in usage.

More than 1,500 additional COVID-19 tests have been conducted in Santa Clara County since Monday, bringing the total to 16,585 201 of those tests are still pending results.

San Jose has the highest variety of validated cases of any city in the county, as its case overall jumped from 1,053 to 1,182 over the last two days.

No other city in Santa Clara County has recorded more than 100 coronavirus cases, but Sunnyvale depends on 97 with the city of Santa Clara at 78 and Palo Alto following with62 Other cities in the county with a minimum of 25 cases consist of Milpitas (57), Mountain View (37), Gilroy (35), Morgan Hill (31) and Campbell (28).

Los Gatos (23), Los Altos (21) and Cupertino (21) all have at least 20 confirmed cases, while Los Altos Hills, Saratoga and Monte Sereno each have 10 or less confirmed cases.

Of the 1,793 verified cases in Santa Clara County, 49 percent of the positive tests have actually been registered by people aged 50 or more youthful. Of the 65 individuals who have actually passed away in the county after contracting COVID-19, just 7 were aged 50 or younger and 40 were at least 71 years of ages.

Recently, the Santa Clara County Public Health Department started publishing data for COVID-19- related deaths on the basis of race and ethnicity. Of the 65 individuals who have actually passed away, 23 were Latinx/Hispanic, 20 were white, 15 were Asian and 4 were black.

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