Tracking coronavirus hospitalizations in California by county

CalMatters is tracking California hospitalizations, by county, of people who have tested positive for the novel coronavirus that causes the COVID-19 disease, and people suspected of having the disease.

More on the coronavirus in California:

Coronavirus detectives: Here’s how counties try to track everyone exposed

California needs thousands of contact tracers. But counties and cities are overwhelmed and understaffed. “Woefully inadequate,” said one public health director.

California’s response to coronavirus, explained

Gov. Gavin Newsom says the state appears to be flattening the curve. We unravel the response to the coronavirus outbreak and look at what lies ahead.

Timeline: California reacts to coronavirus

This timeline tracks how California state and local governments tackled the evolving COVID-19 crisis since the first case was detected.

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