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2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Local Data

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Published on January 27, 2020. Last modified on April 07, 2020

Monterey County:

Morbidity Information:

Monterey County Health Department continues to work with local medical providers to identify and test individuals included in the CDC's priority groups for COVID-19 testing.  As of 11:59pm, April 6, 2020, there have been 64 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among Monterey County residents.

Epidemiologic Curve:

Epidemiologic curves are important public health tools to monitor disease transmission and show progression of epidemics over time.  Below is the most recent epidemiologic curve for Monterey County:

EpiCurve_20200406

Demographic Information:

The below information characterizes who is being affected by COVID-19 in Monterey County.  Some cells in the table below have been combined to preserve the confidentiality of affected individuals.  When cell sizes reach or exceed 5 individuals, the data will be shown without aggregation. 

Data Category
 Number of Individuals
 Proportion of Cases (%)
 Rate per 100,000 Population
 Age Group (in Years)

 
 0 - 17
28
 44%  12.6
 18 - 34
 35 - 44
12  19%  19.0
 45 - 54
10
16%
 20.2
 55 - 64
6
9%  12.6
 65+ 8 13%
 12.6
 Gender    
 Male  32  50% 13.9
 Female  32  50% 14.8
 Other and Unknown
 0  0%  -
 Race and Ethnicity
   
 Hispanic or Latino, Any Race
 36  56%  13.2
 White, Not Hispanic
 11  17%  8.7
 Other, Not Hispanic
 6  9%  12.5
 Under Investigation
 11  17% -
 Region of Residence
   
 Peninsula and Big Sur Area
 22  34% 16.9
 Salinas Area
 33  52% 20.5
 North County
 9  14%  7.0
 South County
 Exposure Risk
   
 Travel-Related
14
22% N/A
 Person-to-Person Transmission
21
33%  N/A
 Community-Acquired 24
38%  N/A
 Under Investigation
5
8%  N/A
 Clinical Information
   
No Known Pre-Existing Medical Conditions
27
42%
N/A
 Asthma  6 9%  N/A
 Diabetes  10 16%  N/A
 Hypertension  10 16%  N/A
 Hospitalizations  15 23%
 N/A
 Fatalities  2  3%  N/A
 Recovered  12  19%  N/A
 Total  64 100%
 

A few subgroups of data categories were combined due to small numbers of affected individuals.  In accordance with established confidentiality protocols, when fewer than five individuals were represented in a cell of the above table, subgroups were combined to safeguard the privacy of the individuals represented. 

Laboratory Testing Information:

The Monterey County Health Department's Public Health Laboratory began testing for COVID-19 on March 6, 2020.  As of April 6 at 11:59pm, Monterey County Health Department's Public Health Laboratory has completed COVID-19 testing for 1,540 people.  The table below shows laboratory tests reported to the Monterey County Health Department as of April 6, 2020, at 11:59pm.

Laboratory

Number of Positive Tests (Monterey County Residents Only)

Number of Negative Tests
Number of Total Test Results Received
Percent of Total Tests Received
Monterey County Public Health Laboratory
     1,167  76%
    Monterey County Residents
 51  944 995
 
    Other County Residents
     172  
Commercial Laboratories
 9  280  289  19%
Hospital Laboratories
 3  79  82  5%
Other Public Health Laboratories
 1  1  2  <1%
 Total
 64
 1,540 100%

Laboratory data are as provided by testing laboratories.  Pending tests and other results not yet reported to the Monterey County Health Department are not included.

California:

As of April 6, 2020, according to the California Department of Public Health, there have been 15,865 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among California residents, including 374 deaths.

There have been 24 additional cases diagnosed in California related to federal repatriation flights.

United States:

For additional information about testing and cases in the United States, visit the CDC's COVID-19 website.

World:

For information about cases worldwide, visit the World Health Organization's website or the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 world map website.

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