Stopping the spread starts with YOU.

With COVID-19 spreading rapidly, health officials across the region urge residents to protect themselves and the community by celebrating from home this holiday weekend. Gatherings with others from outside your household, such as members of the extended family, are potentially risky. 

“Nobody wants to be cooped up, or to miss out on the holiday,” said Dr. Chris Farnitano, Contra Costa County Health Officer. “But the more we come together in groups, the more COVID-19 spreads in the community. And the more it spreads, the more it endangers older adults and others at high risk of serious illness.”

The best ways to protect yourself and others is to wear a face covering, practice physical distancing, wash hands and stay home if you are sick. 

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Data reported to CCHS as of 7/4/2020 at 11:30 a.m.

Total Cases

3,564

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

Current in Hospital

56

Patients currently hospitalized for COVID-19 in Contra Costa.

Total Tested

80,654

Total patients tested for COVID-19 in Contra Costa.

Total Deaths

81

Total deaths from COVID-19 in Contra Costa.

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