Tracking COVID in Piedmont | Apr. 1

According to Alameda County Health Department’s COVID-19 dashboard, COVID case counts in Piedmont edged up by seven, from 849 on Tuesday to 856 on Friday. (The county often adjusts numbers up or down as they reconcile their data every week, so that number may change. Also, the wide use of at-home testing may skew the actual case numbers if infected individuals opt not to take PCR tests recorded by the county.)

Cases overall remain at very low levels, especially compared to January:

A look back

Alameda County started using a dashboard to share COVID data in April 2020. Back then, Piedmont had only 10 recorded cases:

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