COVID-19 Statewide Update
California now has 271,684 confirmed cases of COVID-19, resulting in 6,337 deaths. The number of COVID-related deaths increased by 0.1 percent from Saturday’s total of 6,331. The number of COVID-19 diagnostic test results in California reached a total of 4,793,353 an increase of 113,215 tests since Saturday. The rate of positive tests over the last 14 days is 6.8 percent. California’s hospitalizations due to COVID-19 increased by 121 from Saturday.
Updated July 6, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. with data from July 5.
How are COVID-19 cases progressing?
There were 11,529 new confirmed cases Sunday. Numbers may not represent true day-over-day change as reporting of test results can be delayed. Los Angeles County suspended data processing Friday July 3–Saturday July 4 and resumed processing Sunday July 5; today’s numbers include a three-day total of cases from Los Angeles County for July 3–5. The total number of deaths is 6,337, an increase of 6 from Saturday.
What is the current state of test results reported?
Note: 4/3 and 4/22 testing counts have been adjusted in charts to correct for anomalous reported values.
Who is getting infected with COVID-19?
The distribution of confirmed COVID-19 cases reveals significant disparities within California’s overall racial and ethnic demographics, with Latino and Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander groups having a disproportionate share of cases relative to their share of the population. Additional disparities are evident in COVID-19 deaths, as seen here. California adults who are Black, Latino, or Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander have disproportionately more deaths for their share of the population. Structural racism, poverty and the increased likelihood of having underlying conditions, such as heart disease and asthma, are likely to contribute to this disparity. While male and female Californians have a similar rate of confirmed cases, males account for a greater percentage of total deaths.
Note: Percentages may not add up to 100% due to rounding. Ethnicity of deceased is available for a subset of the total number of deaths as reported by law enforcement. In percent of California population, Other appears as zero because it is not used in making population estimates.
How are COVID-19 cases progressing in each county?
How many hospitalizations are there?
On Sunday, there were 121 more hospitalizations due to confirmed COVID-19 and there were 5 fewer cases in intensive care units.
Positive COVID-19 hospital patients
Where are COVID-19 hospitalized patients located in California?
The largest number of persons hospitalized with confirmed COVID-19 (1,969) is in Los Angeles County, followed by 634 in Orange County and 498 in Riverside County.