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Which California counties have the highest rates of coronavirus hospitalization? CalMatters is following confirmed and suspected cases. Some are a surprise.

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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.

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John Osborn D'Agostino

John Osborn D'Agostino

John Osborn D’Agostino is an award-winning web developer, data journalist and game designer. Previously, he's worked with The Hechinger Report, EdSource, the East Bay Express, Berkeleyside, and the North...

Lo Bénichou

Lo Bénichou is a visual journalist at CalMatters. Prior to joining the team, they worked at Mapbox and at a number of media organizations like WIRED, Youth Radio, KQED, NPR. At Mapbox, they supported...