San Mateo County Reports 35 New Coronavirus Cases, No Deaths

Gideon Rubin

SAN MATEO COUNTY, CA — San Mateo County Health reported 35 additional coronavirus cases Thursday.

The latest announcement brings the countywide total of those who've tested positive for COVID-19 to 2,996.

The county reported no new coronavirus-related fatalities, leaving its COVID-19 death toll at 104.

There were 23 COVID-19 patients hospitalized in the county as of Thursday, of which 10 were being treated in intensive care units.

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

  • Atherton: 13 cases
  • Belmont: 41 cases
  • Brisbane: <10 cases
  • Broadmoor: <10 cases
  • Burlingame: 68 cases
  • Colma: <10 cases
  • Daly City: 443 cases
  • East Palo Alto: 153 cases
  • El Granada: 12 cases
  • Emerald Hills: <10 cases
  • Foster City: 28 cases
  • Half Moon Bay: 53 cases
  • Hillsborough: 14 cases
  • La Honda: <10 cases
  • Ladera: <10 cases
  • Loma Mar: <10 cases
  • Menlo Park: 115 cases
  • Millbrae: 129 cases
  • Montara: <10 cases
  • Moss Beach: <10 cases
  • North Fair Oaks: <10 cases
  • Pacifica: 51 cases
  • Pescadero: <10 cases
  • Portola Valley: 15 cases
  • Princeton: <10 cases
  • Redwood City: 422 cases
  • San Bruno: 125 cases
  • San Carlos: 36 cases
  • San Mateo: 641 cases
  • South San Francisco: 302 cases
  • West Menlo Park: <10 cases
  • Woodside: <10 cases

Elsewhere around the Bay Area and beyond, the city of Vacaville announced Thursday that two unrelated city employees tested positive for COVID-19.

The first employee reported their positive test to the city late Wednesday afternoon, and the second employee reported theirs Thursday morning, according to the city. The two employees were from different departments.

Santa Cruz County officials announced Thursday that a third resident in the county has died as a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus. The man in his mid 90s was in hospice care and died last week. Public health officials believe he got the virus from a close contact, according to the county.

The Six Flags Discovery Kingdom amusement park in Vallejo is reopening next week but rides will not be operating and the amount of visitors will be kept well below capacity, park officials announced Thursday. The park had closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic but will reopen on July 2 as an animals-only experience with various talks from animal care specialists and animal demonstrations at outdoor venues.

Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday that the state hopes to expedite the release of several thousand low-risk inmates at state prisons such as San Quentin that have seen outbreaks of the COVID-19 coronavirus in their populations.

Elsewhere around the Bay Area and beyond, the city of Vacaville announced Thursday that two unrelated city employees tested positive for COVID-19.

The first employee reported their positive test to the city late Wednesday afternoon, and the second employee reported theirs Thursday morning, according to the city. The two employees were from different departments.

Santa Cruz County officials announced Thursday that a third resident in the county has died as a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus. The man in his mid 90s was in hospice care and died last week. Public health officials believe he got the virus from a close contact, according to the county.

The Six Flags Discovery Kingdom amusement park in Vallejo is reopening next week but rides will not be operating and the amount of visitors will be kept well below capacity, park officials announced Thursday. The park had closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic but will reopen on July 2 as an animals-only experience with various talks from animal care specialists and animal demonstrations at outdoor venues.

Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday that the state hopes to expedite the release of several thousand low-risk inmates at state prisons such as San Quentin that have seen outbreaks of the COVID-19 coronavirus in their populations.

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There were 197,589 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 5,751 coronavirus-related deaths in California as of Thursday afternoon according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

The United States had 2,416,727 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 122,550 coronavirus-related fatalities as of Thursday afternoon.

Bay City News contributed to this report.

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