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Santa Barbara County COVID-19 cases now 34,621; 455 deaths

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SANTA BARBARA COUNTY, Calif. - Santa Barbara County reported 8 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday. There have now been 34,621 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Santa Barbara County, including 455 deaths.

35 people in the community are considered to be still infectious. 6 people are hospitalized, 3 of whom are currently in the ICU.

Of the 455 coronavirus-related deaths in the county, four were inmates of the prison and one was an inmate at the Santa Barbara County Jail. The majority of deaths have occurred in people over 70 years of age, many of which were associated with retirement homes or assisted living facilities.

34,131 people, including people in the community and those in the Lompoc prison, are considered recovered.

At least 1,427 of those positive cases have been health care workers, according to the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department.

More than 675,000 tests have been conducted so far.

A full breakdown of the cases on the county's website.

2021-06-22

Number of Positive Cases per City/Area

Geographic AreaDaily CasesTotal Confirmed CasesRecovered by RegionStill Infectious by RegionNumber of Deaths
1. South county unincorporated area including communities of Montecito, Summerland and the City of Carpinteria114121390121
2. City of Santa Barbara and un-incorporated area of Mission Canyon1652064101298
3. City of Goleta018241794228
4. Community of Isla Vista01329132801
5. Unincorporated area of the Goleta Valley and Gaviota012311213018
6. Santa Ynez Valley inclusive of Cities of Solvang & Buellton, and the communities of Santa Ynez, Los Alamos Los Olivos and Ballard110511031218
7. City of Lompoc and the communities of Mission Hills and Vandenberg Village038423785354
8. City of Santa Maria5116471147711159
9. Community of Orcutt018611830229
10. North County unincorporated areas Sisquoc, Casmalia, Garey, Cuyama and New Cuyama and City Guadalupe013051281222
11. Federal Prison in Lompoc01094109004
Pending01505150203
Total8346213413135455

Cases by Age

Age RangeDailyCommunityFederal Prison in LompocTotal (Community & Prison)
0-172346403464
18-291991114510056
30-4941094359011533
50-69169003267226
70+02304332337
Age Suppressed0
Pending0505
Total833527109434621

Number of Cases by Gender

GenderDailyCommunityFederal Prison in LompocTotal (Community & Prison)
Female517065217067
Male316133107917212
Other/Unknown/Transgender032913342
Suppressed0
Total833527109434621

High Risk

High RiskTotal
HCW1429
Total1429

Testing Status

Testing StatusTotal
Cumulative Positive:34621
Cumulative Negative:636556
Cumulative Inconclusive:2612
Cumulative Pending:15
Cumulative Invalid:1898
Cumulative Total:675702

Symptomatic Status

Symptomatic StatusTotal
Asymptomatic3207
Symptomatic19572
Unknown11696
Under Investigation146
Total34621

Transmission Method

Transmission MethodTotal
Community Close contact transmission11940
Lompoc Inmate Close contact transmission1094
Travel244
Community transmission7644
Unknown13552
Under investigation147
Total34621

Recovery Status

Recovery StatusCommunityFederal Prison in LompocTotal (Community & Prison)
Still Infectious Cases35035
Recovered Cases33041109034131
Recovering in Hospital6
Recovering in ICU3
Pending Information
Total33076109034175

Race/Ethnicity

Race/EthnicityDailyCommunityFederal Prison in LompocTotal (Community & Prison)
Hispanic/Latino61996737920346
White258593816240
Asian065654710
Black/African American0264151415
American Indian/Native Alaskan0443074
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander034337
Multiracial05031504
Other02940294
Unknown Ethnicity0190561911
Unknown Race, Non-Hispanic02250225
Missing03776893865
Suppressed Race/Ethnicity0
Total833527109434621

Santa Barbara County is providing updates on the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department's website. You can also call the Santa Barbara County Call Center at 1-833-688-5551.

County press briefings will be broadcast on KEYT.com on Fridays at 4:30 p.m.

Totals provided by the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) and Santa Barbara County Public Health Department may differ due to a difference in reporting methods: the BOP reports both lab diagnosed and clinically diagnosed cases of COVID-19 while the County only reports lab diagnosed cases. Lab diagnoses are the number of cases reported by labs based on COVID-19 test results. Clinical diagnoses are made by doctors based on a patient's reported symptoms and are not based on a lab test result.


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2 Comments

  1. Good evening!

    Please update your tallies and/or clarify.

    Your total number of infections is listed as 88 but the data listed does not add up to that number. Where does the error lie?

    Thanks very much!

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