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Updated daily at 9:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.

June 1, 2020

Bay Area confirmed cases: 14,184 — up from 13,926, or 1.8% so far today
Bay Area deaths: 446 — up by 2 so far today
California cases to date: 114,732 — up from 111,893, or 2.5% so far today
California deaths: 4,218 — up by 47, or 1.1% today
Total cases nationwide: 1,809,109 — up from 1,788,762, or 1.1% today
Nationwide deaths: 105,099 — up from 104,356, or 0.7% today

San Francisco
Confirmed cases: 2,570— up by 12 (0.5%) since Sunday
Hospitalized: 52 — up by 0 as of 5/30, with 22 in ICU beds (and 16 additional suspected cases in hospitals)
Deaths: 43 — up by 1 since Sunday

Alameda County
Confirmed cases: 3,470 — up by 80 (2.4%) since Sunday
Hospitalized: 99 – down by 6 since Sunday, with 37 in ICU beds
Deaths: 96 — up by 0 since Sunday

Contra Costa County
Confirmed cases: 1,468 — up by 18 (1.2%) since Sunday
Hospitalized: 14 — down by 1 since Sunday
Deaths: 38 — up by 1 since Sunday

Marin County
Confirmed cases: 483 — up by 17 (3.6%) since Sunday
Hospitalized: 4
Deaths: 14 — up by 0 since 5/9

Napa County
Confirmed cases: 113 — up by 1 (0.9%) since Sunday
Hospitalizations: 0
Deaths: 3 — up by 0 since 5/13

San Mateo County
Confirmed cases: 2,165 — up by 61 (2.9%) since Sunday
Hospitalized: 57 — up by 8 since Saturday with 15 in ICU beds
Deaths: 84 — up by 0 since Friday

Santa Clara County
Confirmed cases: 2,805 — up by 29 (1%) since Sunday
Hospitalized: 46 — down by 6 since Sunday, with 11 in ICU beds
Deaths: 141 — up by 0 since Sunday

Solano County
Confirmed cases: 546 — up by 29 (5.6%) since Sunday
Hospitalized: 18 — down by 1 since Sunday
Deaths: 22 — up by 0 since Sunday

Sonoma County
Confirmed cases: 564 — up by 11 (2%) since Sunday
Deaths: 4 — up by 0 since 5/12

FAQs

What are the symptoms of COVID-19?
The primary symptom is a fever, and the Centers for Disease Control advise patients to contact their doctor if they have a fever in combination with a persistent cough, shortness of breath, headache, and flu-like body aches and fatigue. Other symptoms have included a loss of taste or smell, and gastrointestinal distress. Symptoms appear within 2 to 14 days of exposure, with the median onset time being 5 days according to one study. The cough appears to be the main differentiator between this and influenza, and many people report mild symptoms. It's now believed that a large percentage of positive cases — between 25 and 50 percent — may be relatively or completely asymptomatic. Learn more from the CDC.

Where can I be tested in San Francisco?
There are now two walk-up/drive-up testing sites in San Francisco that do not require doctor's referrals, but they do still require you to be symptomatic unless you are an essential worker (call 311 for an appointment). A drop-in testing site in Hayward is allowing anyone from the Bay Area to be tested following some screening criteria, and they close the line at 10 a.m. and reopen it at 1 p.m., until tests run out each day. Two free testing sites have also opened in Sonoma County which have no symptom requirements.

When is it OK to leave the house during the shelter-in-place order?
Everyone should walk their dogs, pick up meals, and do essential grocery and farmers' market shopping as usual, while keeping social distance in mind. Outdoor exercise is OK. Also, trips to the pharmacy and doctor are permitted. And trips to and from work are fine if one is employed at a business that remains open, like a hospital or a restaurant serving takeout. People are being encouraged not to socialize without six feet of distance between them.