Latest Danville, Contra Costa County Coronavirus Numbers

Courtney Teague

DANVILLE, CA — As of Thursday 23 Danville residents (+1 since last week), or 52 in 100,000 people, and 18 Alamo residents (no change), or 122 in 100,000 people, were ill with COVID-19, according to the county.

Also on Thursday, the county announced that people who have either tested positive for the new coronavirus or are displaying associated symptoms must isolate for 10 days, up from 7 days.

Read more: CoCo Coronavirus Patients Must Isolate Longer, County Says

In Contra Costa County:

  • 1,089 people tested positive for COVID-19 (+90 since last week), including 7 in the past 24 hours
  • 17 patients were hospitalized (-4 since last week)
  • 29 COVID-19 patients died (+4 since last week)
  • 16,427 people were tested (+4,179 since last week)
  • 919 patients have recovered

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Bright Spots In Tri-Valley

A shelter-in-place order hasn't kept Tri-Valley residents down.

Aww: An anonymous person left struggling business owners an envelope with $3,000 and a thank-you card.

Cute and crafty: A group of San Ramon teens are selling stickers inspired by Bay Area landmarks and more, with proceeds benefiting UCSF health care workers and patients dealing with the new coronavirus.

Skip the coffee run: A Danville teen has raised thousands by suggesting neighbors donate the money they're saving from skipping their morning coffee run to local businesses.

Lights, camera, action!: A record-high 91 submissions were submitted to Dublin High's sixth annual film festival, even amid the shelter-in-place order.

Full coronavirus coverage: Danville Coronavirus News

This article originally appeared on the Danville Patch