The number of Covid-19 cases has topped over 6 million, according to data from the John Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center.

The U.S. continues to lead the world with the most reported cases followed by Brazil, which has seen an increase in cases in recent weeks.


  • Confirmed Cases: 1,769,772
  • Deaths: 193,768

Source: John Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center Covid-19 global tracking tool as of Saturday at 6:32 p.m.

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  • Confirmed Cases: 109,509
  • Deaths: 4,136

Source: John Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center Covid-19 global tracking tool as of Saturday at 6:32 p.m.

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Alameda County

  • Confirmed Cases: 3.289
  • Deaths: 95

Source: Alameda County Public Health Department as of Saturday with data reported through Friday.

The county continues to have the most Covid-19 cases out of the nine Bay Area counties. In a statement Friday by health officials, they said officials are committed to getting residents back to work and children back to school.

In order to do this, the county said Covid-19 hospitalizations need to remain low and efforts to expand testing and contact tracing needs to continue.

Officials said in the coming weeks that guidelines and timelines for reopening summer camps and childcare, outdoor museums, outdoor dining and religious services will be released.

In the meantime, officials remind residents to continue following guidelines laid out in the county’s public health order.

Contra Costa County

  • Confirmed Cases: 1,426
  • Deaths: 37

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

County officials said Friday they are considering relaxing restrictions if the county continues to make progress in fighting Covid-19.

A more detailed announcement will come June 2, but officials said some of the major considerations being discussed are to allow office-based businesses, services that do not require contact, such as housekeeping, car washes, pet grooming and plumbing, outdoor museums and outdoor gallery spaces and indoor retail stores to reopen.

Childcare and small outdoor social gatherings with social distancing are also being discussed under a revised public health order.

Marin County

  • Confirmed Cases: 466
  • Deaths: 14

Source: Marin Health and Human Services as of Thursday.

Napa County

  • Confirmed Cases: 112
  • Deaths: 3

Source: Department of Health and Human Services as of Saturday at 1:30 p.m.   

San Francisco

  • Confirmed Cases: 2,532
  • Deaths: 41

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

Free Covid-19 testing took place Saturday in San Francisco’s Bayview neighborhood and will continue through Sunday. 

The testing is happening at Havard Early Education School, located at 1520 Oakdale Ave., from 9 a.m to 5 p.m.

San Francisco officials the University of California, San Francisco are partnering together in providing free testing for the community.

Additionally, free testing for Sunnydale and Visitacian Valley communities will take place on June 1 and June 2 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Herz Playground, located at 1701 Visitacion Ave.

District 10 Supervisor Shamann Walton attended the first day of testing at Harvard Early Education School.

San Mateo County

  • Confirmed Cases: 2,104
  • Deaths: 84

Source: San Mateo County Health Department with data reported through Saturday.

County health officials Friday announced a new revised public health order that will allow place of worship and in-store retail to resume operations with restrictions.

The new order goes into effect on June 1 and aligns with the state guidelines on allowing businesses and institutions to reopen.

Places of worship should mark six-foot increments to indicate tothe public where they should stand, and aisles should be designed as one-way movement so the public can practice social distancing.

Retail stores should provide curbside or storefront if possible and limit the number of customers inside at any given time to allow customers and employees to practice social distancing.

Dr. Scott Marrow, the county’s public health officer, said in a statement:

“These modifications seek to increase the immunity of the population slowly and methodically, while minimizing death. We are trying to keep equity in mind and minimizing economic damage,  while not overloading the health care system.”

Santa Clara County

  • Confirmed Cases: 2, 731
  • Deaths: 141

Source: Santa Clara County Public Health as of Saturday. 

Solano County

  • Confirmed Cases: 517
  • Deaths: 22

Source: Solano Public Health as of Friday at 4:30 p.m. The county does not report data on Saturdays and Sundays.

Sonoma County

  • Confirmed Cases: 548
  • Deaths: 4

Source: County of Sonoma with data as of Friday at 9:10 p.m. 

Sonoma County Sheriff Sheriff Mark Essick Thursday in a Facebook post that he will not continue to enforce the county’s public health order starting Monday. 

In a statement addressing residents of the county, the sheriff said he has heard concerns from residents on the public health order and the “inconsistencies” with neighboring counties and the state’s a guidelines:

“I have consistently heard the message that Sonoma County’s Public Health Orders are far more restrictive than the Governor’s Order’s despite the fact that our Covid-19 infection rate is low compared to other counties.”

The sheriff said the county has had a declining rate of new cases and has only has so far reported four deaths. He added that the public health orders have restricted on freedoms that residents are not used to.

In another update on Friday on Facebook, the sheriff’s office said Essick met with members of Sonoma County’s Board of Supervisors and public health officers. The post said the meeting was “positive” and “productive” in addressing the sheriff’s concerns.

All parties agreed to provide more data and increase communications with each other.


  • Confirmed Cases: 6,057,091
  • Deaths: 369,085

Source: John Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center Covid-19 global tracking tool as of Friday at 6:32 p.m.

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Jerold Chinn
Jerold Chinn is the San Francisco Bureau Chief of SFBay. A San Francisco native, he has spent a decade covering transportation in San Francisco. Send tips to jerold@sfbay.ca or at Twitter @Jerold_Chinn.

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