The Path Forward

A Message from Contra Costa County 
Health Director, 
Anna M. Roth

Many of us recognize the acute danger that COVID-19 poses for each of us and our communities, and therefore the need for masking, sheltering and distancing. At the same time, we’re all ready to get back to work, to school, to the many activities that we considered normal before this pandemic struck.

In Contra Costa County, and indeed throughout the Bay Area, we have seen the benefit of quick, definitive, science-based action. Because of the shelter in place orders and your observance of these health orders, we have largely avoided the devastation that has played itself out in other parts of the nation and world. Your collective sacrifices have saved the one thing that can’t be replaced: lives. But what’s next? When do we put this horrible pandemic behind us and resume life as we once knew it? What is the path forward?

For everyone looking for a date to put on the calendar, I’m afraid I have to disappoint. We are dealing with a virus that won’t be contained by a clock. COVID-19 is capricious by its nature. That isn’t to say we haven’t made concrete progress. 

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Data reported to CCHS as of 5/26/2020 at 11:30 a.m.

Total Cases

1,353

Total confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Contra Costa. Includes recovered.

Current in Hospital

15

Patients currently hospitalized for COVID-19 in Contra Costa.

Total Tested

31,646

Total patients tested for COVID-19 in Contra Costa.

Total Deaths

37

Total deaths from COVID-19 in Contra Costa.

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