The latest number of COVID-19 cases in the Bay Area

The latest developments in the region related to the novel.
The coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, as of Tuesday afternoon includes:

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In response to the recent increase in passenger numbers like COVID-19
Easy Restrictions, BART started Monday to send three additional commuter trains to Pittsburg / Bay Point after previously turning them in Pleasant Hill.

Parking lots at the southern end of the Golden Gate Bridge have
it reopened on business days after previously closing as a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, bridge officials said Monday.

As of Tuesday at 2 p.m., officials have confirmed the following
Number of cases around the Bay Area region:

Alameda County: 5,140 cases, 120 deaths (4,884 cases, 120 deaths on Monday)

Contra Costa County: 2,454 cases, 62 deaths (2,369 cases, 62
deaths on Monday)

Marin County: 1,250 cases, 18 deaths (1,110 cases, 18 deaths in

Monterey County: 1,341 cases, 12 deaths (1,291 cases, 12 deaths on Monday)

Napa County: 245 cases, 4 deaths (239 cases, 4 deaths on Monday)

San Francisco County: 3,219 cases, 48 ​​deaths (3,185 cases, 48
deaths on Monday)

San Mateo County: 2,901 cases, 104 deaths (2,825 cases, 103 deaths on Monday)

Santa Clara County: 3,727 cases, 154 deaths (3,606 cases, 154
deaths on Monday)

Santa Cruz County: 322 cases, 2 deaths (296 cases, 2 deaths in

Solano County: 933 cases, 23 deaths (860 cases, 23 deaths in

Sonoma County: 935 cases, 5 deaths (885 cases, 5 deaths on Monday)

Statewide: 183,073 cases, 5,580 deaths (178,054 cases, 5,515
deaths on Monday)