What is open in the Bay Area? Track each county


Another month, another phase of the epidemic – and a new state “blueprint” for a phased economic reopening in California.

We are keeping an eye on how the nine counties of the Bay Area are being pushed forward through the new system announced by the government on August 28.

To sum it up: there are four colors – from broad to medium – with corresponding colors (violet, red, orange, yellow) and two all deterministic metrics: per capita case rate and positivity rate for PCR tests, both over seven days Average. A third figure – the number of tests per person – in the state formula could reduce a county’s case rate between 12% and 40%. The state will update its figures every Tuesday starting on September 8 and a county must be eligible to take it to the next level before completing both markings for 14 days.

Read more about the new plan – what it means for restaurants, offices, schools and more – here.

Newsome announced the initial levels, when San Francisco and Nappa were the only Bay Area counties in another area otherwise known as substantial or red, allowing limited-capacity reopening in many areas (but local strict orders Still applicable). Everywhere, in Tier 1, like most of the state, was known as broad or purple, with many sectors of their economies closed or severely limited.

As of Friday, September 4, San francisco, Measured And Santa Clara Counties find both thresholds for Tier Two, according to our data. Alameda And San Mateo Counties also had a trend towards Tier Two. All but San Mateo has also tested enough for an adjustment to reduce and adjust their case rate, while none of the counties in the first class have tested enough to implement it. Most counties have positivity rates below the tier to threshold but do not meet the case-by-cutoff.

In the last official update from the state, 38 of its 58 counties – all of Southern California but all of the Bay Area except San Diego and San Francisco and Napa – were Tier 1. The former had nine counties, including three, Tier 2, one And nine were in Tier 3, and the two remote mountain counties – Alpine and Modoc – were the lowest of the four levels. The next update is due on Tuesday.

Note: CDPH records its earliest known infection cases and uses a seven-day interval, while this news organization tracks them in real-time when they are reported by the county health department. CDPH also segregates the prisoner population, while it does not represent a higher rate here in Marin County than CDPH data because of the news organization San Quentin State Prison.

Case Rate Adjustment Multiplier: <2.4 परीक्षण / 1,000 जनसंख्या = कोई समायोजन नहीं; 2.41-2.99 = 0.88; 3-3.59 = 0.78; 3.6-4.19 = 0.71; 4.2-4.79 = 0.65; > 4.8 = 0.6

Alameda

Cases per 100,000 (in the last 7 days) per day: 10.4

1,000 per test per day (last 7 days): 3.2

Case Rate Adjustment Multiplier: 0.78

Adjusted per capita case rate: 8.1

Positivity rate: 3.3%

Contra costa

Cases per 100,000 (in the last 7 days) per day: 10.0

1,000 per test per day (last 7 days): 1.6

Case Rate Adjustment Multiplier: n / a

Adjusted per capita case rate: 10.0

Positivity rate: 6.3%

Marin

Cases per 100,000 (in the last 7 days) per day: 12.7

1,000 per day per test (last 7 days): 1.9

Case Rate Adjustment Multiplier: n / a

Adjusted per capita case rate: 12.7

Positivity rate: 6.7%

Measured

Cases per 100,000 (in the last 7 days) per day: 6.4

1,000 per test per day (last 7 days): 3.7

Case Rate Adjustment Multiplier: 0.71

Adjusted per capita case rate: 4.6

Positivity rate: 1.7%

San francisco

Cases per 100,000 (in the last 7 days) per day: 8.8

1,000 per test per day (last 7 days): 4.6

Case Rate Adjustment Multiplier: 0.65

Adjusted per capita case rate: 5.7

Positivity rate: 1.9%

San Mateo

Cases per 100,000 (in the last 7 days) per day: 8.8

1,000 per test per day (last 7 days): 1.4

Case Rate Adjustment Multiplier: n / a

Adjusted per capita case rate: 8.8

Positivity rate: 7.0%

Santa Clara

Cases per 100,000 (in the last 7 days) per day: 10.1

1,000 per test per day (last 7 days): 4.5

Case Rate Adjustment Multiplier: 0.65

Adjusted per capita case rate: 6.5

Positivity rate: 2.7%

Solano

Cases per 100,000 (in the last 7 days) per day: 9.7

1,000 per day per test (last 7 days): 1.5

Case Rate Adjustment Multiplier: n / a

Adjusted per capita case rate: 9.7

Positivity rate: 6.4%

Sonoma

Cases per 100,000 (in the last 7 days) per day: 18.6

1,000 per day per test (last 7 days): 1.8

Case Rate Adjustment Multiplier: n / a

Adjusted per capita case rate: 18.6

Positivity rate: 10.3%

Official map, as of August 31, with data from August 18

    .

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.