The Bay Area has reported zero deaths from COVID-19 for two consecutive days – the first time this has happened since March.
Health officials in nine Bay Area areas noted no new deaths due to the corona virus on Sunday or Monday, because the death toll in the region remained 390.
Before Sunday, the last day without virus-related deaths reported in the Bay Area was March 21. The last consecutive days without one are March 10-12, the day before the shelter is ordered in the region and state. .
The Bay Area reported a peak of 20 deaths on April 22 but recorded only one double digit in the last 13 days. Officials from nine countries reported 196 new cases of the virus on Sunday – the biggest one-day surge in the region since May 2 – and 99 new cases on Monday, bringing the total to 11,120 confirmed cases.
Matt Kawahara is a staff writer for the San Francisco Chronicle. Email: [email protected]
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