Coronavirus updates: Number of hospitalized Bay Area COVID-19 patients down for third-straight day

By Eric Ting, SFGATE

Updated

  • The exterior of Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center in San Francisco, Calif. on March 20, 2020. Photo: Douglas Zimmerman/SFGate / SFGate

    The exterior of Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center in San Francisco, Calif. on March 20, 2020.

    The exterior of Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center in San Francisco, Calif. on March 20, 2020.

    Photo: Douglas Zimmerman/SFGate

Photo: Douglas Zimmerman/SFGate

The exterior of Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center in San Francisco, Calif. on March 20, 2020.

The exterior of Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center in San Francisco, Calif. on March 20, 2020.

Photo: Douglas Zimmerman/SFGate

LATEST, April 11, 9:10 a.m. New cases of the novel coronavirus were reported in San Francisco and San Mateo counties Saturday morning, but no new deaths were reported in either county.

60 new cases were reported in San Francisco and 14 new cases were reported in San Mateo. San Francisco’s case total is now 857 with a death toll of 13, and San Mateo has a case total of 652 with a death toll of 21.

April 11, 7:50 a.m. The number of total confirmed and suspected COVID-19 patients in Bay Area hospitals decreased again Friday, giving the region a third straight day of reduction.

According to figures dated April 10 and released by the state Saturday morning, there were 718 confirmed and suspected COVID-19 hospitalizations in the nine counties that make up the San Francisco Bay Area, with 256 patients in intensive care units. The state does not release data on new admissions or net hospitalizations.

The Friday total hospitalization figure is a nine percent decrease from Thursday, and the ICU figure is a two percent decrease. The number of Bay Area coronavirus patients requiring hospitalization was at the lowest it has been since the state started recording hospital data by county on April 1.

Click here to read more on what we can learn the Bay Area’s hospitalization data.

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

ALAMEDA COUNTY: 730 confirmed cases, 19 deaths*

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

*Number excludes infected patients in city of Berkeley, which has its own health department and 36 cases and 1 death.

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY: 511 confirmed cases, 9 deaths

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

LAKE COUNTY: 4 confirmed cases

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

MARIN COUNTY: 153 confirmed cases, 10 deaths

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

MONTEREY COUNTY: 79 confirmed cases, 3 deaths

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

NAPA COUNTY: 32 cases, 2 deaths

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

SAN BENITO COUNTY: 35 confirmed cases, 2 deaths

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

SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY: 797 confirmed cases, 13 deaths

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

SAN MATEO COUNTY: 652 confirmed cases, 21 deaths

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

SANTA CLARA COUNTY: 1,484 confirmed cases, 50 deaths

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

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY: 80 confirmed cases, 1 death

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

SOLANO COUNTY: 121 confirmed cases, 2 deaths

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

SONOMA COUNTY: 145 confirmed cases, 2 deaths

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

In California, 598 coronavirus-related deaths have been reported, according to Johns Hopkins University. For comparison, New York has 7,844, New Jersey 1,932 and Louisiana 755.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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