Weekends, and Sundays especially, are data deserts in the Covid-19 era. Instead of trying to dig up relevant news, we decided to give you the best information we have available and to tell the story tonight in a more visual kind of way.

Some staff and friends of staff shared their photos of neighborhoods under shelter orders. Here’s some of the Bay Area life “in quarantine.” 


  • Confirmed Cases: 965,426
  • Deaths: 54,841

Source: John Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center Covid-19 global tracking tool as of Sunday at 5:52 p.m.

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  • Confirmed Cases: 43,558 
  • Deaths: 1,725 

Source: John Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center Covid-19 global tracking tool as of Sunday at 6:07 p.m.

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Alameda County

  • Confirmed Cases: 1,468
  • Deaths: 52

Alameda County Superior Court announced a rules change that allows for a wider range of document filings to be submitted by drop box, fax and mail. An updated list of what’s acceptable in those submittal formats can be accessed at https://bit.ly/2VWu4Qg. The expansion is an effort to keep court functions moving amid the pandemic-related public court closures.

Contra Costa County

  • Confirmed Cases: 817
  • Deaths: 25

Source: Contra Costa Health Services as of Sunday at 11:30 a.m.

Marin County

  • Confirmed Cases: 224
  • Deaths: 12

Source: Marin Health and Human Services as of Sunday.

Napa County

  • Confirmed Cases: 60
  • Deaths: 2

Source: Department of Health and Human Services as of Saturday.

San Francisco

  • Confirmed Cases: 1,408
  • Deaths: 22

Source: San Francisco Department of Public Health with data through Friday. 

San Mateo County

  • Confirmed Cases: 1,019
  • Deaths: 41

Source: San Mateo County Health Department with data reported Friday.

Santa Clara County

  • Confirmed Cases: 2,084
  • Deaths: 100

Source: Santa Clara County Public Health Department as of Sunday. 

Solano County

  • Confirmed Cases: 199
  • Deaths: 4

Source: Solano Public Health as of Friday at 4:30 p.m.

Sonoma County

  • Confirmed Cases: 220
  • Deaths: 2

Source: County of Sonoma with data as of Sunday at 6 p.m. 

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Ching Wong and Scot Tucker of SFBay contributed to this report.

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