Alameda County continues to lead all of the nine Bay Area counties with the most confirmed Covid-19 cases, topping more than 4,000 cases Wednesday.

The seven-day average number of confirmed cases has increased to 234 cases as of June 8, based on data SFBay has been collecting from public health departments during the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

John Hopkins University’s Coronavirus Resource Centers reports that the U.S. is nearing 2 million cases.

Here’s what’s going in the rest of the Bay Area.

Jesse Garnier SFBay Covid-19 dashboard as of Wednesday, June 10, 2020.


  • Confirmed Cases: 1,999,392
  • Deaths: 112,895

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

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  • Confirmed Cases: 139,151
  • Deaths: 4,838
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Alameda County

  • Confirmed Cases: 4,033
  • Deaths: 105

Source: Alameda County Public Health Department as of Wednesday with data reported through Tuesday.

Health officials announced a new Covid-19 testing site at the Marina Community Center located at 15301 Wicks Blvd. in San Leandro.

Testing at the new site is open to essential workers, seniors, people experiencing virus symptoms and others with underlying health conditions that increase vulnerability to Covid-19.

County officials said testing is free and no insurance is required for all Alameda County residents.

In this first week and until June 13, the facility will operate between 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Hours of operation will be extended Monday from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Officials expect the testing to remain open until August.

Residents will need to make an appointment by visiting https://lhi.care/covidtesting or by calling 1(800) 634-1123.

Contra Costa County

  • Confirmed Cases: 1,798
  • Deaths: 43

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

The county Tuesday saw a spike of 66 new Covid-19 cases and reported 22 new cases on Wednesday. Tuesday marked the county’s highest one-day case spike since reporting began.

County health officials last Friday began easing some restrictions, including allowing restaurants to provide outdoor dining and for outdoor religious service to take place of up to 100 people and more than 12 people for indoor religious services.

Additionally, outdoor swimming pools and dog parks are now allowed to open.

Jesse Garnier SFBay Covid-19 dashboard highlighting cumulative cases in Contra Costa County as of Wednesday, June 10, 2020.

Marin County

  • Confirmed Cases: 635   
  • Deaths: 17

Source: Marin Health and Human Services as of Wednesday at 4:01 p.m.

Napa County

  • Confirmed Cases: 161
  • Deaths: 3

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

  San Francisco

  • Confirmed Cases: 2,809
  • Deaths: 45

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

Mayor London Breed Tuesday announced that outdoor dining can begin on Friday, which is earlier than expected. 

Revisions to the current stay-at-home order will be issued later this week and will outline specific guidelines restaurants are expected to follow in order to permit outdoor dining.

The City is still on track to move into the next reopening Monday, including most indoor businesses. Businesses who may need extra sidewalk space or street space can now apply for a permit through The City’s Shared Spaces Program.

San Mateo County

  • Confirmed Cases: 2,745
  • Deaths: 93

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

The county announced new testing sites that allow individuals to self-administer swab test free of charge. A video of the process can be found at https://www.smcgov.org/covid-19-testing.

The SportsHouse parking lot at 3151 Edison Way in Redwood City will conduct testing on June 12 and 13. The San Mateo County Event Center at 1346 Saratoga Dr. in San Mateo will also host a testing site on June 15.

Hours of operation at both sites are will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

San Mateo County The event center in San Mateo County, Calif. has been set up with 250 hospital beds to be used as a Covid-19 treatment center.

Santa Clara County

  • Confirmed Cases: 3,032
  • Deaths: 146

Source: Santa Clara County Public Health as of Wednesday.

Dr. Sara Cody, the county’s public health officer, Wednesday issued a new health order requiring all large healthcare systems in Santa Clara County to offer testing to all patients who have been exposed to the virus or have presented Covid-19 systems.

Healthcare providers included in the new order include:

“…Acute care hospitals, and all clinics and urgent care facilities operated by organizations that run an acute care hospital in the county or elsewhere.”

Additional clinics and hospitals subject to the revised operated include El Camino Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital, Kaiser Permanente, Palo Alto Medical Foundation, Regional Medical Center and Stanford Healthcare.

Solano County

  • Confirmed Cases: 617
  • Deaths: 23

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

Sonoma County

  • Confirmed Cases: 671
  • Deaths: 4

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


  • Confirmed Cases: 7,356,337
  • Deaths:  416,084

Source: John Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center Covid-19 global tracking tool as of Wednesday 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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