As of Sunday, April 5, 2020 Contra Costa Health Services now shows a break down of how many cases are in each city or community on the coronavirus dashboard on their website. Richmond has the most with 37, followed by Orinda with 33 – 27 of which were from the senior care home, then Pittsburg with 28, Walnut Creek with 26 and then both Concord and Antioch have the fifth most with 24. They’re followed closely by San Ramon with 23, San Pablo with 22 and Brentwood with 21.
In a post on Sunday, Chair of the Contra Costa County Board off Supervisors Candace Andersen shared the following information: “Contra Costa County Health’s Dashboard is now breaking down COVID-19 cases by city. Please keep in mind that this is not per capita, and our cities all have different sized populations. It shows there is “community spread” throughout the County. Please continue to Shelter in Home, and put on a mask or face covering those limited times you are out in public.”
UPDATE: the dashboard now provides a statistic showing cases per 100,000 population for each city and community, with a countywide average of 33.