San Mateo County Reports 6 New COVID-19 Deaths, 39 Cases

Gideon Rubin

SAN MATEO COUNTY, CA — San Mateo County Health reported six additional fatalities from the new coronavirus Friday.

The latest report brings the countywide coronavirus-related death toll to 99.

The county also reported 39 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the countywide total of those who’ve tested positive for the virus to 3,533.

There are currently 40 COVID-19 patients hospitalized in San Mateo County, of which nine are being treated in intensive care units.

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

  • Atherton: 13 cases
  • Belmont: 40 cases
  • Brisbane: <10 cases
  • Broadmoor: <10 cases
  • Burlingame: 67 cases
  • Colma: <10 cases
  • Daly City: 419 cases
  • East Palo Alto: 130 cases
  • El Granada: 14 cases
  • Emerald Hills: <10 cases
  • Foster City: 26 cases
  • Half Moon Bay: 45 cases
  • Hillsborough: 14 cases
  • La Honda: <10 cases
  • Ladera: <10 cases
  • Loma Mar: <10 cases
  • Menlo Park: 115 cases
  • Millbrae: 122 cases
  • Montara: <10 cases
  • Moss Beach: <10 cases
  • North Fair Oaks: <10 cases
  • Pacifica: 47 cases
  • Pescadero: <10 cases
  • Portola Valley: 15 cases
  • Princeton: <10 cases
  • Redwood City: 355 cases
  • San Bruno: 118 cases
  • San Carlos: 33 cases
  • San Mateo: 621 cases
  • South San Francisco: 281 cases
  • West Menlo Park: <10 cases
  • Woodside: 12 cases

Starting next week, the city of Martinez will close five blocks of Main Street from Alhambra Avenue east to Court Street and two blocks of Estudillo Street from Marina Vista south to Main Street to vehicle traffic on weekends, allowing restaurants to serve meals and retailers to display their wares on sidewalks and street space near their businesses.

Contra Costa County Library announced that 23 libraries in the county system Monday will begin offering a service allowing patrons to pick up books and other items they placed on hold online.

Union City's budget is expected to be lower by $4 million due to the impact of the coronavirus, city officials said Thursday. The coronavirus crisis has caused the city to realize less revenue from sales, business license and transit-occupancy taxes as well as parking.

Layoffs, service cuts and other reductions are all on the table as Concord city leaders work to close a $14.6 million general fund deficit for the 2020-2021 fiscal year, as well as a $6.2 million revenue gap to end the current fiscal year.

There were 144,356 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 4,952 coronavirus-related deaths in California as of Friday afternoon according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

The United States had 2,043,639 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 114,469 coronavirus-related fatalities as of Friday afternoon.

Bay City News contributed to this report.

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This article originally appeared on the San Mateo Patch