How Many Coronavirus Cases Are in California? See Latest Numbers by County

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Since California's first COVID-19 patient was confirmed in January, cases of the disease caused by the novel coronavirus have continued to increase in the state.

As the virus spreads in communities, it’s important to understand the scale of the outbreak in your local region. Here, you can track the number of reported cases and deaths over time in your county. You can also examine the prevalence of certain risk factors for more serious COVID-19 cases in your county.


This post was originally published on March 31, and has been updated.

Created by Allie Kanik, formerly at Louisville Public Media, Lisa Pickoff-White at KQED, Emily Zentner at CapRadio, & Dana Amihere, formerly at KPCC

Dan Brekke, Molly Peterson, Lakshmi Sarah and Patti Stoltz also contributed to this report.

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