Bay Area coronavirus updates | Tue., July 14

The latest developments around the region related to the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, as of Tuesday afternoon include:

  • San Francisco Public Health Director Dr. Grant Colfax said Monday the city could see hundreds, or even thousands, of deaths related to COVID-19 by the end of the year if residents don’t continue to take precautions to slow the virus’ spread.
  • San Mateo police are reminding residents and visitors that parking enforcement will resume Wednesday. Payments will be required at all parking meters and downtown garages, and street cleaning enforcement will also resume Wednesday.
  • The San Francisco Giants and Oakland A’s announced Monday that they have agreed to play two exhibition games next week ahead of Major League Baseball’s Opening Day that has been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The two teams will play at the Oakland Coliseum next Monday at 6:40 p.m., then at Oracle Park in San Francisco the next day on July 21 at 6:45 p.m.
  • As of Tuesday at 1:30 p.m., officials have confirmed the following number of cases around the greater Bay Area region (“+” number added since last check Mon., July 13):
    • Alameda County: 8,321 cases (+345), 152 deaths (+4)
      • Totals include Berkeley Health Department data
    • Contra Costa County: 5,023 cases (+171), 92 deaths (+2)
    • Marin County: 3,841 cases (+229), 38 deaths (+5)
      • Totals include San Quentin State Prison
    • Monterey County: 2,835 cases (+45), 18 deaths
    • Napa County: 530 cases (+12), 4 deaths
    • San Francisco County: 4,640 cases (+50), 50 deaths
    • San Mateo County: 4,168 cases (+123), 114 deaths (+2)
    • Santa Clara County: 6,542 cases, 167 deaths
    • Santa Cruz County: 600 cases (+31), 3 deaths
    • Solano County: 2,219 cases (+144), 31 deaths (+3)
    • Sonoma County: 1,886 cases (+67), 16 deaths
    • Statewide: 336,508 cases (+7,346), 7,087 deaths (+47)

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