San Mateo County Reports 23 New COVID-19 Cases, No Deaths

Gideon Rubin

SAN MATEO COUNTY, CA — San Mateo County Health reported 23 additional cases of the new coronavirus Tuesday.

The report brings the countywide total of COVID-19 cases to 2,188.

The county reported no additional coronavirus-related fatalities, leaving its death toll at 84.

There are currently 56 COVID-19 patients hospitalized in San Mateo County, of which 27 are being treated in intensive care units.

Here is a breakdown of cases by city as of Tuesday:

  • Atherton: 13 cases
  • Belmont: 36 cases
  • Brisbane: <10 cases
  • Broadmoor: <10 cases
  • Burlingame: 64 cases
  • Colma: <10 cases
  • Daly City: 351 cases
  • East Palo Alto: 76 cases
  • El Granada: 13 cases
  • Emerald Hills: <10 cases
  • Foster City: 26 cases
  • Half Moon Bay: 20 cases
  • Hillsborough: 11 cases
  • La Honda: <10 cases
  • Ladera: <10 cases
  • Loma Mar: <10 cases
  • Menlo Park: 80 cases
  • Millbrae: 92 cases
  • Montara: <10 cases
  • Moss Beach: <10 cases
  • North Fair Oaks: <10 cases
  • Pacifica: 43 cases
  • Pescadero: <10 cases
  • Portola Valley: 10 cases
  • Princeton: <10 cases
  • Redwood City: 261 cases
  • San Bruno: 99 cases
  • San Carlos: 25 cases
  • San Mateo: 553 cases
  • South San Francisco: 232 cases
  • West Menlo Park: <10 cases
  • Woodside: 12 cases

Elsewhere around the Bay Area and beyond, Alameda County officials on Tuesday announced the launch of a new free COVID-19 coronavirus testing site opening in West Oakland this week.

The center will open at Wednesday and operate for four weeks on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

A few days after Sonoma County Sheriff Mark Essick confirmed he would not enforce the county health officer's stay-at-home order regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, it appears as if he and other county leaders are trying to get on the same page.

In a joint statement issued Monday, Essick and Sonoma County Board of Supervisors President Susan Gorin announced that the county will begin looking at ways to loosen some restrictions.

New parts of Santa Clara County's economy and civic life will be allowed to reopen Friday after weeks of being shuttered by the novel coronavirus pandemic and the efforts to slow its spread.

The county's health officer announced Monday that in-store retail, outdoor dining, childcare, summer camps and manufacturing will be allowed to resume, as will religious, cultural and civic activities.

There have been 117,010 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 4,293 coronavirus-related deaths in California as of Tuesday afternoon according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

The United States had 1,830,066 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 106,120 coronavirus-related fatalities as of Tuesday afternoon.

Patch editor Gideon Rubin and Bay City News contributed to this report.

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This article originally appeared on the San Mateo Patch