Coronavirus cases reach 60 in California, none on the Central Coast

March 6, 2020

By CCT STAFF

The number of Coronavirus cases in California has reached at least 60, with one confirmed death. While at least 12 counties have documented cases, San Luis Obispo, Monterey and Santa Barbara counties have no confirmed cases of the virus at this time.

Santa Clara County, with 20 confirmed cases, may have the state’s second virus-related death, and is waiting for test results. Health officials there are urging county residents to postpone or cancel large gatherings, and for businesses to have employees work from their homes when possible.

In Los Angeles County, with 11 confirmed cases, health officials are encouraging people to “to engage in their regular activities and practice good public health hygiene,” according to the LA County Department of Public Health.

On the Central Coast, “out of an abundance of caution,” healthcare providers have tested multiple people who have shown symptoms of the virus, with all tests producing negative results.

Worldwide, the number of Coronavirus cases has topped 100,000, with more 3,400 dead.


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ffarmchicken

Just a matter of time the way people travel around in this county. If you are over 60, have existing health problems you should self isolate. Or, if you believe Trump, it’s no big deal and fake.


obispan

Some asymptomatic person from Santa Clara or LA Counties if bound to touch that gas nozzle or coffee shop door handle in SLO County.


Snoid

Got a case in fresno now…like I said, its coming to the CC. Empty them costco & walmart shelves,withdraw everything out of the bank and retirements accounts, board up the windows & doors ,load the guns, pull the kids outta school and hunker down in the underground anti Nuke plant safety bunker cause were all gonna die…bwahahahahaha…..NOT.


Snoid

Dont count your chickens, Im sure spring break and its unruley visitors will taint your little paradise. I figure it needs a few weeks and the headline will read Pismo Beach has its first confirmed case of Cabron flu.