San Francisco records the most coronavirus cases ever Saturday, health officials report

San Francisco health officials on Saturday reported the most number of new coronavirus infections since the start of the pandemic, a sign that the current surge in new cases may not yet have reached its peak.
Data compiled by this news organizations shows that San Francisco reported 323 new cases of the contagious virus for a total of 18,201 cases. Once thought of as an example for California on coronavirus response, San Francisco officials are now battling to stop the surge and keep infections down.
The city joined four other Bay Area counties last week in instituting new restrictions on outdoor restaurants, hair salons and other businesses that had recently reopened after being shuttered for months.
One notable exception to that list is San Mateo County, which in just the past two weeks has broken record after record in new coronavirus infections. The county decided not to join its neighbors based on a decision from San Mateo County Health Officer Dr. Scott Morrow, who penned a letter that cast doubt on the effectiveness of lockdown procedures.
The move to keep restrictions low has attracted more people from across the Bay Area to communities on the Peninsula.
On Saturday officials there reported the second-highest number of new cases since the start of the pandemic at 548, putting the total at 17,724 county-wide. One hundred and seventy-nine people have died from the virus in the county, but zero new deaths were recorded Saturday.
Much more stringent than its neighbor to the north, Santa Clara County health officials reported the last number of new cases since the end of November. Officials said 808 new infections were recorded Saturday for a total of 45,986, and 526 people have died of the virus, including seven who were recorded dead Saturday.
In the East Bay, new cases were about average for the week. Alameda county reported 616 new cases for a total of 36,185, as well as four new deaths for a total of 542. Contra Costa County health officials said 475 new case were reported Saturday for a total of 29,599. In the East Bay county 279 people have died of the virus, and officials reported no new deaths.
North Bay health officials said 163 new cases were reported Saturday, the least since the end of November, for a total of 39,438. Four-hundred and eight people have died of the virus, and no new deaths were reported.

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