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All countries
98,527,657
Confirmed
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70,540,796
Recovered
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2,109,991
Deaths
Updated on January 22, 2021 8:32 pm

Global Statistics

All countries
98,527,657
Confirmed
Updated on January 22, 2021 8:32 pm
All countries
70,540,796
Recovered
Updated on January 22, 2021 8:32 pm
All countries
2,109,991
Deaths
Updated on January 22, 2021 8:32 pm

Coronavirus updates: 12 deaths, more than 200 cases reported in Bay Area over the weekend

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  • UCSF nurse Jamilah Dula and fellow UCSF health care workers board a United Airlines flight at San Francisco International Airport en route to Navajo Nation to help care for COVID-19 patients on Wednesday, April 22, 2020, in San Francisco. A group of UCSF staff including 14 nurses and seven doctors volunteered for the assignment in Navajo Nation hospitals in Arizona and New Mexico. Photo: Noah Berger For UCSF / noahb@hotmail.com

    UCSF nurse Jamilah Dula and fellow UCSF health care workers board a United Airlines flight at San Francisco International Airport en route to Navajo Nation to help care for COVID-19 patients on Wednesday, April 22, 2020, in San Francisco. A group of UCSF staff including 14 nurses and seven doctors volunteered for the assignment in Navajo Nation hospitals in Arizona and New Mexico.

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    UCSF nurse Jamilah Dula and fellow UCSF health care workers board a United Airlines flight at San Francisco International Airport en route to Navajo Nation to help care for COVID-19 patients on Wednesday, April

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Photo: Noah Berger For UCSF

UCSF nurse Jamilah Dula and fellow UCSF health care workers board a United Airlines flight at San Francisco International Airport en route to Navajo Nation to help care for COVID-19 patients on Wednesday, April 22, 2020, in San Francisco. A group of UCSF staff including 14 nurses and seven doctors volunteered for the assignment in Navajo Nation hospitals in Arizona and New Mexico.

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UCSF nurse Jamilah Dula and fellow UCSF health care workers board a United Airlines flight at San Francisco International Airport en route to Navajo Nation to help care for COVID-19 patients on Wednesday, April

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Photo: Noah Berger For UCSF

LATEST April 27, 10 a.m. 

UCSF launched an effort over the weekend to offer free, voluntary COVID-19 testing to every resident in a densely populated section of the Mission District, a neighborhood with among the highest number of coronavirus cases in San Francisco.

UCSF had tested 1,734 individuals in the neighborhood as of Monday morning and that number is growing.

The study is meant to reveal the invisible spread of the virus and help inform future testing efforts in other communities.

“All our public health decisions, including when it will be possible to relax regional and statewide shelter-in-place orders, are driven by rough assumptions about how this virus behaves based on very limited data,” said Dr. Bryan Greenhouse, an associate professor of medicine at UCSF, in a statement.

Read the full story by SFGATE digital editor Amy Graff.

April 27, 7:40 a.m. Last week, San Francisco Mayor London Breed said the city’s shelter-in-place order would “very likely” be extended. The mandate is set to expire on May 3 and will likely be extended this week.

Solano County was the first Bay Area county to extend its order to May 17 and other Bay Area counties are expected to follow.

April 27, 7:35 a.m. Eight new coronavirus deaths were reported in the Bay Area on Saturday and Sunday.

Four deaths were reported in Alameda County, two in Contra Costa County and two in Santa Clara County. The state of California reached 1,723 deaths in all as of Monday morning, according to data from John Hopkins University.

New coronavirus cases were reported in counties throughout the greater Bay Area. San Mateo was the fourth Bay Area county to cross the 1,000 case threshold.

— Alameda County saw the largest increase in additional cases with 103 reported, bringing its total to 1,468.

— San Francisco County reported 68 cases to increase its total to 1,408.

— Santa Clara County reported 66 cases to increase its total to 2,084.

— San Mateo County reported 30 cases to increase its total to 1,019.

— Contra Costa County reported 31 cases to increase its total to 817.

— Marin County reported 11 cases to increase its total to 223.

— Monterey County reported 14 cases to increase its total to 183.

— Santa Cruz County reported five cases to increase its total to 120.

— Sonoma County reported one additional case to increase its total to 218.

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

ALAMEDA COUNTY: 1,468 confirmed cases, 52 deaths

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

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY: 817 confirmed cases, 25 deaths

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

LAKE COUNTY: 6 confirmed cases

For information on Lake County and coronavirus, visit the public health department website.

MARIN COUNTY: 223 confirmed cases, 12 deaths

Fore more information on Marin County cases, visit the public health department website.

MONTEREY COUNTY: 183 confirmed cases, 4 deaths

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

NAPA COUNTY: 60 cases, 2 deaths

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

SAN BENITO COUNTY: 47 confirmed cases, 2 deaths

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

SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY: 1,408 confirmed cases, 22 deaths

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

SAN MATEO COUNTY: 1,019 confirmed cases, 41 deaths

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

SANTA CLARA COUNTY: 2,084 confirmed cases, 100 deaths

Fore more information on Santa Clara County cases, visit the public health department website.

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY: 120 confirmed cases, 2 deaths

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

SOLANO COUNTY: 199 confirmed cases, 4 deaths

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

SONOMA COUNTY: 218 confirmed cases, 2 deaths

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

In California, 1,723 coronavirus-related deaths have been reported, according to Johns Hopkins University. For comparison, New York has 22,269, New Jersey 5,938 and Illinois 1,933.

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