Number and Ages of Coronavirus Patients in California

As of March 17, there are a total of 472 positive cases and 13 deaths in California (including one non-California resident).

UPDATE: As of March 18, there are 675 positive cases and 16 deaths in California.

This total does not include passengers from the Grand Princess cruise ship currently docked in Oakland.

Ages of all confirmed positive cases:

  • Age 0-17: 7 cases
  • Age 18-64: 300 cases
  • Age 65+: 160 cases
  • Unknown: 5 cases

24 – Cases of positive tests related to federal repatriation flights

448 – Cases not related to repatriation flights

  • 82 – Travel related
  • 75– Person-to-person acquired
  • 98 – Community acquired
  • 193 – Under investigation

Approximately 11,750 people are self-monitoring, across 49 local health jurisdictions, after returning to the U.S. from travel.

California case tallies come from state officials, who typically count only residents of the state and can lag behind the totals published by the state’s 58 counties.

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