A snapshot of key COVID-19 statistics in Berkeley and beyond, updated every Monday. Please review linked resources for the latest data. The New York Times has delved into why these numbers are so challenging to track. Please note: The charts below are interactive; untick Alameda County data in the legend to expand the Berkeley COVID-19 statistics.
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Case counts and hospitalizations are the numbers reported Monday. Any change in the COVID-19 statistics is in relation to the prior Monday’s total unless otherwise noted.
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More COVID-19 statistics and resources
- See a map of Alameda County COVID-19 data and filter by different categories
- Complete Berkeleyside COVID-19 coverage
- City of Berkeley
- City of Berkeley’s list of frequently asked questions
- Mayor Arreguín’s resource guide
- UC Berkeley’s coronavirus page
- Alameda County Public Health
- California Department of Public Health
- Coronavirus (COVID-19) in California (new state website)
- California Volunteers and California Health Corps
- California Supplies state donation website
- Centers for Disease Control
- Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center, daily situation reports and interactive map
- New York Times general coverage and COVID-19 email briefing
- The COVID Tracking Project on testing
Know of other great resources for COVID-19 statistics? Please share them in the comments. Then wash your hands!
** Berkeleyside tabulates this figure weekly by reviewing the official public health websites in Berkeley and Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano and Sonoma counties.