ALAMEDA COUNTY, CA — There are 140 new cases of the coronavirus in Alameda County as of Wednesday, bringing the total number of cases in the county to 10,773, according to newly released county health department data.
There have been non additional deaths in the county in the past 24 hours, according to the Alameda County Health Department, as the total number of coronavirus-related deaths in the county remain at 181. In the Alameda County local health jurisdiction, there have been 10,392 cases and 178 deaths. In the Berkeley local health jurisdiction, there have been 381 cases and three deaths to date.
As of Wednesday, there have been 539 coronavirus cases at skilled nursing facilities in the county, with 79 deaths.
Alameda County local health jurisdiction has tested 237,281 people to date, with 12,497 positive test results representing a 5.27 percent positivity rate.
Berkeley local health jurisdiction has tested 18,256 people to date, with 409 positive test results representing a 2.24 percent positivity rate.
Across the county, there have been 255,537 tests with 12,906 positive tests representing a 5.05 percent positivity rate.
The breakdown in county cases by age is as follows:
0-17: 1,084 cases
18-30: 2,810 cases
31-40: 2,233 cases
41-50: 1,810 cases
51-60: 1,311 cases
71-80: 410 cases
81+: 309 cases
The breakdown in county deaths by age is as follows:
51-60: 22 deaths
61-70: 27 deaths
71-80: 48 deaths
81+: 75 deaths
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