San Mateo County COVID-19 Tests Given 5,919.

By Michael G. Stogner

San Mateo County Government has finally answered the question of how many people in the entire County have been tested. This is a very important number because there are about 766,500 residents.

Positive Cases are 644, Negative Results 5,182, Pending Results 93, This information is as of April 8, 2020

There are 21 Deaths reported to date which is 3.25% Fatality rate.


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2 responses to “San Mateo County COVID-19 Tests Given 5,919.

  1. Mark DePaula

    644 cases, any history on these individuals, i.e. traveling abroad.

  2. Check the County website they might have it there. It has taken this long to get the simple answer of how many tests have been given, without that number none of the other numbers mean anything. 5919 divided by 81 days equals 73 test given per day average for a population of 766,500.

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