The latest trends
Yesterday, the county reported 57 new cases and 4 deaths.
Experts say the true number of people infected is unknown and likely much higher than official tallies.
So far, 1 out of every 17 people in the county has tested positive. Over the past week, the county has averaged 41 new cases and 0.6 new deaths per day. An estimated 10,000 out of the 15,039 people who tested positive have recovered, according to a common statistical method applied by The Times. While the precise number of active cases is unknown, the Times’ model pegs the number at around 400.
State and local officials are closely watching the latest figures as they weigh when and how to reopen. Over the last seven days, officials have reported 289 new cases, which amounts to 111 per 100,000 residents.
So far, 79.0% of Marin County residents have received at least one dose and 73.1% are fully vaccinated.
To date, 385,324 vaccines have been administered. Over the last seven days, an average of 263 doses per day have been given out.
State data show roughly 78% of the county’s seniors have received at least a single shot, or 54,914 people.
The race of about 8.6% of people who have been vaccinated is unknown, leading to an undercount of the totals below. Regardless, the tallies offer the best available view of racial disparities.
Hospitals and patients
There are now 12 patients admitted to county hospitals with a confirmed case of COVID-19, a change of 100% from two weeks ago. Of those, 3 are in an intensive care unit. More information about the strain placed on local hospitals can be found on The Times’s hospital tracker.