Covid Tracker for 3/28/20

Updates

Well, I kinda thought the world would end in real time but it’s not, at least not on a daily basis. Things are steadily getting worse. The big three to look at are Mono, Santa Clara, and San Mateo. Mono only has like 11 cases but it also only has 2 ICU beds an is pretty isolated. It could get overwhelmed quickly. Santa Clara and San Mateo are notable not just for already having a lot of cases relative to ICU beds but also having a lot of ICU beds, which means when they get overwhelmed there’s no relief. 

Map

County Percent Capacity Used # ICU Beds Coronavirus Cases Estimated Hospitalizations
Glenn 100% 0 1 0.1
Sutter 100% 0 3 0.3
Mono 55% 2 11 1.1
San Benito 35% 4 14 1.4
Santa Cruz 30% 13 39 3.9
San Mateo 28.5% 96 274 27.4
Marin 24.7% 30 74 7.4
Nevada 15% 8 12 1.2
San Luis Obispo 14% 48 67 6.7
Santa Clara 13.5% 438 591 59.1
Inyo 12.5% 4 5 0.5
Yolo 11.4% 14 16 1.6
San Joaquin 11.2% 90 101 10.1
Monterey 10.7% 30 32 3.2
Contra Costa 9.9% 169 168 16.8
San Francisco 9.4% 326 308 30.8
Imperial 8.9% 28 25 2.5
Alameda 8.8% 291 256 25.6
Los Angeles 8.5% 2145 1818 181.8
Santa Barbara 8.1% 79 64 6.4
San Diego 8.1% 605 488 48.8
Ventura 8% 123 98 9.8
Placer 7.6% 58 44 4.4
Sonoma 7.5% 72 54 5.4
Humboldt 6.9% 26 18 1.8
Orange 6.6% 614 403 40.3
Riverside 5.2% 378 195 19.5
Tulare 4.5% 65 29 2.9
Sacramento 4.4% 376 164 16.4
El Dorado 4.3% 28 12 1.2
Solano 4.1% 82 34 3.4
Calaveras 3.8% 8 3 0.3
Siskiyou 3.8% 8 3 0.3
Amador 3.3% 6 2 0.2
Merced 3.3% 24 8 0.8
Kern 3% 155 46 4.6
Fresno 2.9% 149 43 4.3
Madera 2.9% 52 15 1.5
Stanislaus 2.5% 92 23 2.3
Mendocino 1.9% 16 3 0.3
Napa 1.9% 48 9 0.9
Colusa 1.7% 6 1 0.1
San Bernardino 1.6% 486 76 7.6
Yuba 1.2% 24 3 0.3
Butte 1.1% 47 5 0.5
Shasta 0.6% 70 4 0.4
Kings 0.5% 22 1 0.1
Del Norte 0% 6 0 0
Lake 0% 8 0 0
Tehama 0% 8 0 0
Tuolumne 0% 6 0 0
Alpine 0% 0 0 0
Lassen 0% 0 0 0
Mariposa 0% 0 0 0
Modoc 0% 0 0 0
Plumas 0% 0 0 0
Sierra 0% 0 0 0
Trinity 0% 0 0 0

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