2 More Coronavirus ​Deaths Reported In Marin County

Kristina Houck

MARIN COUNTY, CA — Two more people have died from the coronavirus in Marin, bringing the county's death toll to 17.

After weeks without a reported death, health officials announced Monday that a 15th person had died due to COVID-19. Two more deaths were reported Tuesday.

The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases also surpassed 500 this week in the county.

Health officials reported 18 cases on Monday, five cases on Tuesday and 19 cases on Wednesday. As of Wednesday, there have been 525 confirmed cases in Marin.

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Overall, 52 people have been hospitalized due to the virus since the county's first COVID-19 case was reported on March 8. One person remained hospitalized Wednesday.

To date, the majority of confirmed cases and hospitalizations have been residents older than 50 years old, according to county data. All reported deaths have been residents 65 or older. The majority of confirmed cases, hospitalizations and deaths have occurred among residents who are male and of white, Hispanic or Asian race/ethnicity.

Marin has tested 14,430 people for COVID-19. There have been 366 documented COVID-19 recoveries, according to county data.

As of Wednesday, these are the number of confirmed cases by city and community, according to the county:

  • Alto: less than 10
  • Belvedere: less than 10
  • Black Point-Green Point: less than 10
  • Bolinas: less than 10
  • Corte Madera: 15
  • Inverness: less than 10
  • Fairfax: less than 10
  • Kentfield: 11
  • Lagunitas-Forest Knolls: less than 10
  • Larkspur: 18
  • Lucas Valley-Marinwood: less than 10
  • Marin City: less than 10
  • Mill Valley: 15
  • Muir Beach: less than 10
  • Nicasio: less than 10
  • Novato: 102
  • Point Reyes Station: less than 10
  • Ross: less than 10
  • San Geronimo: less than 10
  • San Anselmo: 11
  • San Rafael: 218
  • Santa Venetia: 20
  • Sausalito: 14
  • Sleepy Hollow: less than 10
  • Stinson Beach: less than 10
  • Strawberry: less than 10
  • Tamalpais-Homestead Valley: 10
  • Tiburon: less than 10
  • Woodacre: less than 10

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This article originally appeared on the San Rafael Patch