State of California
County-by-County Breakdown (COVID-19)

TOTAL CASES: 4,872,707 | DECEASED: 71,639
U.S. CENSUS EST. POPULATION:39,512,223

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Last updated at 10/26/21 08:02 am PDT
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RANK COUNTY POPULATION
Est. by US Census
CASES DEATHS % OF POPULATION
AFFECTED
% OF ALL CASES
IN CA
% OF ALL DEATHS
IN CA
1 Los Angeles 10,039,107 1,486,473 26,552 14.807% 30.51% 37.06%
2 San Diego 3,338,330 382,920 4,183 11.470% 7.86% 5.84%
3 Riverside 2,470,546 371,670 5,144 15.044% 7.63% 7.18%
4 San Bernardino 2,180,085 358,677 5,720 16.452% 7.36% 7.98%
5 Orange 3,175,692 325,123 5,578 10.238% 6.67% 7.79%
6 Sacramento 1,552,058 159,636 2,313 10.285% 3.28% 3.23%
7 Kern 900,202 147,294 1,652 16.362% 3.02% 2.31%
8 Fresno 999,101 146,318 2,094 14.645% 3.00% 2.92%
9 Santa Clara 1,927,852 145,543 1,898 7.549% 2.99% 2.65%
10 Alameda 1,671,329 120,713 1,415 7.223% 2.48% 1.98%
11 San Joaquin 762,148 102,776 1,745 13.485% 2.11% 2.44%
12 Ventura 846,006 101,038 1,167 11.943% 2.07% 1.63%
13 Contra Costa 1,153,526 100,018 1,008 8.671% 2.05% 1.41%
14 Stanislaus 550,660 86,738 1,338 15.752% 1.78% 1.87%
15 Tulare 466,195 80,375 978 17.241% 1.65% 1.37%
16 San Francisco 881,549 54,443 649 6.176% 1.12% 0.91%
17 San Mateo 766,573 54,168 623 7.066% 1.11% 0.87%
18 Monterey 434,061 50,911 591 11.729% 1.04% 0.82%
19 Solano 447,643 46,068 341 10.291% 0.95% 0.48%
20 Santa Barbara 446,499 45,223 523 10.128% 0.93% 0.73%
21 Merced 277,680 43,129 588 15.532% 0.89% 0.82%
22 Sonoma 494,336 40,997 404 8.293% 0.84% 0.56%
23 Placer 398,329 39,435 429 9.900% 0.81% 0.60%
24 Imperial 181,215 36,071 765 19.905% 0.74% 1.07%
25 Kings 152,940 32,938 333 21.537% 0.68% 0.46%
26 San Luis Obispo 283,111 29,973 339 10.587% 0.62% 0.47%
27 Madera 157,327 23,955 285 15.226% 0.49% 0.40%
28 Shasta 180,080 23,924 354 13.285% 0.49% 0.49%
29 Butte 219,186 23,818 273 10.867% 0.49% 0.38%
30 Santa Cruz 273,213 21,034 221 7.699% 0.43% 0.31%
31 Yolo 220,500 20,397 248 9.250% 0.42% 0.35%
32 Marin 258,826 17,706 244 6.841% 0.36% 0.34%
33 El Dorado 192,843 17,207 149 8.923% 0.35% 0.21%
34 Sutter 96,971 14,013 175 14.451% 0.29% 0.24%
35 Napa 137,744 12,899 100 9.364% 0.26% 0.14%
36 Yuba 78,668 10,581 82 13.450% 0.22% 0.11%
37 Tehama 65,084 9,534 110 14.649% 0.20% 0.15%
38 Humboldt 135,558 9,269 109 6.838% 0.19% 0.15%
39 Nevada 99,755 9,167 90 9.190% 0.19% 0.13%
40 Mendocino 86,749 7,667 87 8.838% 0.16% 0.12%
41 Lassen 30,573 7,587 49 24.816% 0.16% 0.07%
42 San Benito 62,808 7,449 71 11.860% 0.15% 0.10%
43 Tuolumne 54,478 7,151 117 13.126% 0.15% 0.16%
44 Lake 64,386 6,631 105 10.299% 0.14% 0.15%
45 Amador 39,752 5,473 64 13.768% 0.11% 0.09%
46 Siskiyou 43,539 4,678 64 10.744% 0.10% 0.09%
47 Glenn 28,393 4,384 42 15.440% 0.09% 0.06%
48 Calaveras 45,905 3,914 81 8.526% 0.08% 0.11%
49 Del Norte 27,812 3,703 42 13.314% 0.08% 0.06%
50 Colusa 21,547 3,076 18 14.276% 0.06% 0.03%
51 Inyo 18,039 2,142 41 11.874% 0.04% 0.06%
52 Mono 14,444 1,672 3 11.576% 0.03% 0.00%
53 Plumas 18,807 1,660 8 8.827% 0.03% 0.01%
54 Mariposa 17,203 1,370 17 7.964% 0.03% 0.02%
55 Trinity 12,285 881 11 7.171% 0.02% 0.02%
56 Modoc 8,841 804 9 9.094% 0.02% 0.01%
57 Sierra 3,005 188 0 6.256% 0.00% 0%
58 Alpine 1,129 105 0 9.300% 0.00% 0%

Mortality rate between 2-3% (blue), 3% or more (red)

1. Percent of total cases in California. 2. Percent of total deceased in California 3. Mortality rate of the county


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Data from The New York Times, based on reports from state and local health agencies.

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