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Saturday Updates: 6/6/20


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5: 30 p.m.

Monterey County is currently reporting 667 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the county. On June 5, they reported 26 new cases. Fatalities remain at 10. A total of 72 people have required hospitalization because of the coronavirus, 3 new hospitalizations have been reported. 410 people have recovered from the virus. 11,885 tests have been conducted.


5:25 p.m.

Santa Cruz County is reporting, as of June 6, 226 known cases of COVID-19. That’s an increase of no cases from the day before. Fatalities remain at 2. 9,641 negative lab tests have been reported. A total of 32 people have required hospitalization. 181 people have recovered from the coronavirus.


5:20 p.m.

As of June 5, there are 126,016 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in California. 4,559 people have died from the coronavirus. That’s an increase of 3,115 cases and and 74 deaths from the day before. Local health departments have reported 10,962 confirmed positive cases in health care workers and 65 deaths statewide. There have been 2,308,300 tests conducted in California.