coronavirus numbers

More than 300 new coronavirus cases are being reported on the Central and South Coasts.  Thursday's numbers include 149 in Ventura County, 67 in Santa Barbara County, and 86 in San Luis Obispo County.

The number of COVID-19 cases on the Central and South Coasts continues to spike. 

The region’s public health officials are worried, and are afraid the bad situation will get worse if people ignore safety precautions and take part in big Thanksgiving gatherings. 

The total number of coronavirus cases on the Central and South Coasts has now topped the 29,000 mark. 

103 new cases have been reported in the region, with 41 in Ventura County, 24 in Santa Barbara County, and 38 in San Luis Obispo County.

The number of coronavirus cases on the Central and South Coasts has now topped the 27,000 mark. 

27,004 cases have now been documented.  But, the number of daily new cases continues to remain low.  81 new cases were reported in the region Wednesday.

Ventura County had 53, Santa Barbara County 19 and San Luis Obispo County 9.  The counties are hoping to keep those numbers low for the next few weeks to move to the state’s next tier of reopenings.

Two additional coronavirus related deaths have been reported on the Central and South Coasts, bringing the region’s total to 305.  One of the deaths was in Ventura County, and one was in Santa Barbara County.

Six new coronavirus related deaths are being reported on the Central and South Coasts.  Ventura County had three new deaths, Santa Barbara County two, and San Luis Obispo County one.

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases on the Central and South Coasts topped the 22,000 mark Wednesday.

215 additional cases were reported, with 120 in Ventura County, 66 in Santa Barbara County, and 29 in San Luis Obispo County.

The number of new diagnosed coronavirus cases on the Central and South Coasts is on the low side compared with recent totals.

Ventura County reported 48 cases, Santa Barbara County 70 and San Luis Obispo 34.  Low numbers are essential for the three counties to get off of the state’s watch list.  The state is in the process of revising the criteria for meeting its guidelines, which might clear the way for more reopenings.

The coronavirus death toll on the Central and South Coasts continues to mount, with six additional deaths reported over the weekend.  Santa Barbara Counties had three additional deaths, Ventura County two, and San Luis Obispo County one.

Friday was a tough day in the battle against coronavirus on the Central and South Coasts, with eight deaths and more than 200 new cases reported. Ventura County has had seven additional deaths, and Santa Barbara County one more. 

The death toll continues to mount from coronavirus on the Central and South Coast.  Five additional deaths were reported Wednesday, with three in Santa Barbara County and two in Ventura County. 

162 total deaths have now been reported in the region. 

The coronavirus related death toll continues to mount on the Central and South Coasts, with three additional deaths reported.  We’ve had 120 overall in the region. 

San Luis Obispo County had two more deaths, bringing its total to 14.  Both were older adults with preexisting health conditions living in care facilities.  Ventura County has had one more, for an overall total of 73 deaths. Santa Barbara County is at 32 deaths. 

Three additional coronavirus related deaths have been reported on the Central and South Coasts, bringing the region’s total to 117.

Ventura County had two additional deaths, and San Luis Obispo County one more.  Ventura County has now had 73 deaths, Santa Barbara County 32, and San Luis Obispo County 12.  Most of those who died were older adults with preexisitng health issues.

The surge in coronavirus cases on the Central and South Coasts continues, with 343 additional cases reported Thursday.  Ventura County added 107 cases, Santa Barbara County an additional 162, and San Luis Obispo County 74.

The recent surge in new coronavirus cases on the South Coast is prompting Ventura County to once again shut down most of its government buildings to the public.

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