Sonoma County Coronavirus Cases

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Sonoma County Coronavirus (COVID-19) Cases

Definitions

Active: Ongoing cases of COVID-19
New Cases:
Newly reported cases of COVID-19
Cumulative: Sum of active, deaths, and recovered cases of COVID-19

Cases by Date

Date Active New Deaths Recovered
4/20/2021 443 5 311 28,966
4/19/2021 438 19 311 28,966
4/18/2021 419 17 311 28,966
4/17/2021 628 20 311 28,740
4/16/2021 608 27 311 28,740

Cases by Zip Code

Zip Code Community Active Cases Percentage of Active Cases Active Case Rate per 100,000 Residents Total Cases Percentage of Total Cases Total Case Rate per 100,000 Residents
95407 Santa Rosa 59 11% 148.7 4,813 16% 12129.8
94928 Rohnert Park 58 11% 127 2,615 9% 5726.5
94954 Petaluma 57 10% 145.2 2,081 7% 5299.6
95403 Santa Rosa 52 9% 119.6 3,062 10% 7044.7
95404 Santa Rosa 47 9% 118.1 2,178 7% 5475.1
95401 Santa Rosa 42 8% 111 2,866 10% 7576.2
95492 Windsor 37 7% 130.4 1,656 6% 5835.7
95409 Santa Rosa 33 6% 120.9 969 3% 3549.1
95405 Santa Rosa 30 5% 138.4 1,029 3% 4746.5
94952 Petaluma 26 5% 78.5 1,478 5% 4463.5
95472 Sebastopol 22 4% 76.1 657 2% 2273.3
95476 Sonoma 22 4% 60.3 2,299 8% 6300.4
95448 Healdsburg 11 2% 61.5 930 3% 5197.6
95446 Guerneville 10 or less 2% 159.1 146 0% 2580.4
95444 Graton 10 or less 0% 177.3 29 0% 5141.8
95442 Glen Ellen 10 or less 0% 25.5 137 0% 3488.7
94515 Calistoga 10 or less 0% 344.2 13 0% 2237.5
94922 Bodega 10 or less 0% 716.8 17 0% 6093.2
94923 Bodega Bay 10 or less 0% 69.3 51 0% 3536.8
95441 Geyserville 10 or less 0% 53.3 93 0% 4954.7
95436 Forestville 10 or less 1% 58.8 167 1% 3272.6
95425 Cloverdale 10 or less 1% 27.2 738 2% 6681.8
94951 Penngrove 10 or less 1% 71 174 1% 4118.3
94931 Cotati 10 or less 1% 67.5 385 1% 4328.3
95452 Kenwood 0 0% 0 19 0% 1551
95450 Jenner 0 0% 0 10 or less 0% 2681
95412 Annapolis 0 0% 0 10 or less 0% 1666.7
95421 Cazadero 0 0% 0 34 0% 2130.3
95439 Fulton 0 0% 0 47 0% 7389.9
95462 Monte Rio 0 0% 0 21 0% 1604.3
95465 Occidental 0 0% 0 22 0% 936.6
95497 The Sea Ranch 0 0% 0 10 or less 0% 503.8
94972 Valley Ford - - - - - -

Proportion of Cases Attributable to Specific Exposure Locations

Exposure Location Active Cases 30-44 Days Ago All Time
Household 36.86% 40.89% 35.34%
Workplace 7.43% 8.72% 10.19%
Large Gathering 5% 2.52% 2.71%
Small Gathering 3.86% 5.62% 3.63%
Travel 2.14% 1.16% 1.1%
Congregate Care 1.71% 0.19% 3.25%
Health Care 1% 0.58% 0.49%
Other 7.57% 11.43% 3.04%
Unknown 34.43% 28.88% 40.25%

Proportion of Cases in Sonoma County Attributed to Large and Small Gatherings

Date Small Gatherings Large Gatherings All Gatherings
5/30/2020 0.55% 0.55% 1.1%
5/31/2020 1.02% 0.51% 1.52%
6/1/2020 1.03% 0.52% 1.55%
6/2/2020 0.94% 0.47% 1.41%
6/3/2020 0.92% 0.46% 1.38%

* Small gatherings include 12 or fewer attendees; large gatherings include greater than 12 attendees.

Proportion of Exposures by Profession that Occurred at the Workplace

The following table shows COVID-19 cases by occupation and the proportion of cases within each occupation group that were infected at work.

Profession Percentage of Cases Occurring at Workplace Cases Occurring at Workplace Total Cases for Profession
Health Care 41.8% 612 1,465
Public Safety 38.1% 75 197
Manufacturing 30.9% 85 275
Caregivers and Personal Help 30.4% 94 309
Food and Beverage Production 29.8% 183 615
Sanitation and Public Works 24.1% 14 58
Agriculture 23.8% 220 923
Transportation 23.1% 15 65
Cleaning and Janitorial 20.3% 71 349
Construction 19.8% 231 1,168
Sales and Services 19.5% 507 2,601
Landscaping 17.3% 47 272
Professional and Managerial 12.7% 64 505
Education 11.6% 28 241
Other 13.3% 100 753
Unknown 1.6% 118 7,340

Cases by Age Group

Age Group Cases Percent
Under 5 865 3%
5-17 4,036 14%
18-24 4,085 14%
25-34 5,491 18%
35-44 4,988 17%
45-54 4,277 14%
55-64 3,021 10%
65-74 1,589 5%
75 and Over 1,362 5%
Under Investigation 6 0%

Cases by Gender

Gender Cases Percent
Males 14,365 48%
Females 15,337 52%

Cases by Race/Ethnicity

Race/Ethnicity Cases Percent Percent of Population
Hispanic / Latino 15,109 64% 27.3%
White, non-Hispanic 6,522 28% 62.9%
Asian, non-Hispanic 734 3% 4.3%
Multi-racial, non-Hispanic 505 2% 2.9%
Black/African American, non-Hispanic 324 1% 1.6%
American Indian/Alaska Native, non-Hispanic 173 1% 0.7%
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander, non-Hispanic 149 1% 0.3%
Other, non-Hispanic 739 - -
Unknown 5,456 - -

Test Results

Results Number Percent
Positive 32,006 5%
Negative 610,775 95%

Hospitalizations and Clinical Data

We are in conversations with the California Department of Public Health over how ICU capacity is determined. We want to assure you that, as we align these numbers, we remain in close contact with our hospital partners to ensure capacity is maintained. We will once again post hospitalization data as soon as we have confirmation from the State on how they are reporting ICU capacity.

Underlying Conditions

Cases by Underlying Condition

Condition Percentage of Cases
None 63%
Chronic Lung Disease 8%
Diabetes 7%
Hypertension 6%
Ever Smoked 5%
Cardiovascular Disease 2%
Immunocompromised 1%

Cases by Underlying Condition and Gender

Gender None One or More
Male 73% 27%
Female 71% 29%

Cases by Underlying Condition and Age Group

Age Group None One or More
Under 5 95% 5%
5 - 17 88% 12%
18 - 24 81% 19%
25 - 34 77% 23%
35 - 44 73% 27%
45 - 54 63% 37%
55 - 64 52% 48%
65 - 74 49% 51%
75 and Over 56% 44%

Symptoms

Cases by Symptom

Symptom Percentage of Cases
Headache 40%
Cough 38%
Fever 35%
Muscle Aches 31%
Loss of Taste or Smell 31%
Sore Throat 24%
Chills 22%
Runny Nose 22%
Shortness of Breath 13%
Diarrhea 12%
None 11%
Abdominal Pain 6%
Nausea or Vomiting 5%

Symptom Group Descriptions

Systemic:
Fever, Headache, Chills, Muscle Aches
Respiratory:
Sore Throat, Shortness of Breath, Runny Nose
Gastrointestinal:
Nausea and Vomiting, Diarrhea, Abdominal Pain

Cases by Symptom Group and Gender

Gender Systemic Respiratory Gastro-intestinal
Male 68% 62% 18%
Female 70% 66% 22%

Cases by Symptom Group and Age Group

Age Group None Systemic Respiratory Gastro-intestinal
Under 5 20% 56% 43% 14%
5 - 17 20% 57% 49% 11%
18 - 24 12% 67% 64% 17%
25 - 34 10% 73% 69% 22%
35 - 44 11% 74% 66% 23%
45 - 54 11% 75% 67% 23%
55 - 64 11% 73% 69% 23%
65 - 74 13% 65% 67% 22%
75 and Over 17% 52% 66% 22%

Cases by Employment Sector

Sector of employment of COVID-19 cases, residents 18 years or older 1

Employment Sector Number of Cases Percent of Cases
Services and Sales 2,549 18.6%
Unemployed 1,862 13.6%
Not Working 1,821 13.3%
Healthcare 1,463 10.7%
Construction and Related Trades 1,169 8.5%
Agriculture and Farm Work 923 6.7%
Landscaping and Outdoor Maintenance 776 5.7%
Food and Beverage Production 596 4.4%
Professional and Managerial 508 3.7%
Cleaning, Janitorial, and Environmental Services 350 2.6%
Caregiver and Personal Help 299 2.2%
Student 281 2.1%
Manufacturing 274 2%
Education 236 1.7%
Public Safety 199 1.5%
Transportation 65 0.5%
Sanitation and Public Works 58 0.4%
Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media 7 0.1%
  1. With known employment. Where case works, not necessarily where case was exposed.
  2. Other includes arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media.

Sector Definitions

Agriculture and Farm Work
Field work, collecting and processing agricultural products
Caregiver and Personal Help
In home aides and support services
Cleaning, Janitorial, and Environmental Services
Housekeepers, janitors, commerical environmental services
Construction and Related Trades
Contractors, plumbers, electricians, trade work, handyman
Education
Educators and support staff
Food and Beverage Production
Involved in the production of food or beverages
Healthcare
Health care workers and support staff (CNAs, MAs)
Landscaping and Outdoor Maintenance
Gardeners and landsapers
Manufacturing
Production of goods, assembly line work
Not Working
Retired or not seeking employment outside of the home
Professional and Managerial
Business owners, managers, tech professionals
Public Safety
Police, fire department
Sanitation and Public Works
Collecting or processing waste and recycling, maintenance of city utilities/water
Services and Sales
Clerical, wait staff, salesperson, cashier, provides a services/interacts with public
Transportation
Drivers of public or private transportation
Unemployed
Currently looking for employment

Bay Area County Cases

County Total cases Deaths
Santa Clara 117,317 2,017
Alameda 85,468 1,477
Contra Costa 67,157 768
San Mateo 41,195 560
San Francisco 35,816 529
Solano 32,047 212
Sonoma 29,720 311
Marin 13,865 226
Napa 9,715 78
Mendocino 3,993 47

California Counties Cases

County Cases Cases per 100,000 Residents Deaths Deaths as % of Cases
Los Angeles 1,229,641 11,966.67 23,668 1.93%
Riverside 297,620 12,459.44 4,547 1.53%
San Bernardino 294,973 13,698.13 4,319 1.46%
San Diego 275,368 8,272.67 3,674 1.33%
Orange 253,153 7,838.02 4,900 1.94%

United States Cases

State Cases Cases per 100,000 Residents Deaths Deaths as % of Cases
California 3,573,549 9,021.54 52,497 1.47%
Texas 2,661,201 9,404.83 43,918 1.65%
Florida 1,910,921 9,267.63 30,999 1.62%
New York 1,650,303 8,211.90 47,719 2.89%
Illinois 1,187,757 9,117.09 22,759 1.92%

Worldwide Cases

Country Cases Cases per 100,000 Residents Deaths Deaths as % of Cases
United States 31,669,986 9,680.05 566,256 1.79%
India 15,616,130 1,154.51 182,553 1.17%
Brazil 14,043,076 6,704.12 378,003 2.69%
France 5,383,225 8,036.19 101,618 1.89%
Russian Federation 4,673,699 3,234.89 104,937 2.25%

Global Summary

Location Cases Cases in Last 24 Hours Deaths Deaths in Last 24 Hours
California

3,696,092
9.33% of Population

2,481
+0.1%

60,691
1.64% of Cases

77
+0.1%

United States

31,798,763
9.72% of Population

54,672
+0.2%

568,532
1.79% of Cases

776
+0.1%

Worldwide

143,117,764
1.835% of Population

847,824
+0.6%

3,047,645
2.13% of Cases

14,140
+0.5%