COVID-19 Cases in San Mateo County

South San Francisco, CA   March 25, 2020

San Mateo County Supervisor David Canepa has taken to publishing COVID-19 for San Mateo County on his FB page, along with other great resources. Please remember, each of these numbers represent people, our neighbors, our family members, THIS is why we are sheltering in place.

{UPDATE: For those asking for numbers by City, they have not been made available. However, we continue to seek the number of those hospitalized due to testing positive, as that is the reason we are sheltering in place, to flatten the curve. When/If that info is provided we will share on this platform.}

 

We will update this daily, using Supervisor Canepa’s numbers.

 

COVID-19 Case Count San Mateo County:
Updated March 24 0854 PST

Positive 162
Deaths 1

COVID-19 Case Count San Mateo County:
Updated March 25th 7:35 PST

Positive 165
Deaths 5

COVID-19 Case Count San Mateo County:

Updated March 26th 8:37 PST

Positive 195
Deaths 5

 

COVID-19 Case Count San Mateo County:

Updated March 27th 8:23 PST

Positive 239
Deaths 6

 

COVID-19 Case Count San Mateo County:

Updated March 30th 8:24 PDT

Positive 309
Deaths 6

 

COVID-19 Case Count San Mateo County:

Updated April 5, 2020

Positive 555
Deaths 13

 

COVID-19 Case Count San Mateo County:

Updated April 6, 2020

Positive 579
Deaths 13

 

COVID-19 Case Count San Mateo County:

Updated April 7, 2020

Positive 579
Deaths 21

 

COVID-19 Case Count San Mateo County:

Updated April 8, 2020

Total Cases 633
Total Deaths 22

 

4 comments for “COVID-19 Cases in San Mateo County

  1. mel perry
    March 25, 2020 at 7:40 pm

    how about a breakdown count by city?

    • Kamala
      April 6, 2020 at 11:00 pm

      That information is not available at this time.

  2. John white
    March 29, 2020 at 3:03 am

    Would you tell us how many cases in each city ?

    • Kamala
      April 6, 2020 at 11:00 pm

      That information is not available at this time.

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