background_fid (1).jpg
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
Available On Air Stations
NPR News
0000017a-a073-da61-a1ff-fe7bfe8f0000NOTE: THIS COVID-19 BLOG HAS BEEN ARCHIVED AND INCLUDES OUTDATED INFORMATION.WE CURRENTLY PUBLISH WEEKLY NEWSLETTER UPDATES.FOR OUR CURRENT COVID-19 COVERAGE & RESOURCES PAGE, CLICK HERE. HELPFUL LINKSCalifornia Department of Public HealthCalifornia COVID-19 WebpageSanta Cruz County Health Services AgencyCity of Santa Cruz Coronavirus WebpageMonterey County Health DepartmentCity of Monterey Coronavirus WebpageCOVID-19 Dashboard by Johns Hopkins UniversityCalifornia Public Media COVID-19 TrackerLocal COVID-19 Testing Appointments ?COVID-19 Case Mapper?Bay Area & Monterey Co. Resources- Food, Medical, LegalHELPLINES & CALL CENTERS Santa Cruz County COVID-19 hotline: 831-454-4242 or text “COVID19” to 211-211Monterey County COVID-19 hotline: 831-755-4521 or 831-769-8700 or 211

Sunday Updates: 6/7/20


Click to return to blog homepage.


7:35 p.m.

Santa Cruz County is reporting, as of June 7, 231 known cases of COVID-19. That’s an increase of 2 cases since June 5. Fatalities remain at 2. A total of 183 people have recovered. 9,885 negative test results have been recorded. 


7:30 p.m.

Monterey County is currently reporting 732 confirmed cases of COVID-19. The county says that’s an increase of 65 cases since their last report. Fatalities remain at 10. A total of 74 people have been hospitalized because of the coronavirus. 424 people have recovered. 12,106 tests have been conducted.


7:25 p.m.

California has, as of June 6, 128,812 confirmed cases of COVID-19. 4,626 people have died from the coronavirus. This is an increase of 67 deaths and 2,796 cases compared to the day before. Local health departments have reported 11,062 confirmed positive cases in health care workers and 65 deaths statewide. There have been 2,362,218 tests conducted in California.