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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Data Dashboard

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COVID-19 Cases Dashboard

​​This data dashboard provides detailed information about cases and deaths from COVID-19 in Santa Clara County and is intended for informational purposes only.

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Hospital Dashboard

​​In the event of disasters, hospitals and the healthcare system may face significant challenges.  Surge planning is a regular, key component of every hospital’s emergency plan and response.  As cases of COVID-19 continue to rise, hospitals are prepared for the increase in patient volume.  One key component of surge planning is the ability to increase the total number of beds available in hospitals.  

Data shown include the numbers of acute hospital beds (commonly referred to as “floor” or “med/surg”), intensive care unit beds, ventilators, and surge beds.  Surge beds are the additional beds that are not normally used in a hospital but may be made available in the event of a mass event.

These data may vary greatly day to day as they are only accurate at the moment hospitals provide the data. Discharges, transfers, and deaths of patients occur throughout the day, potentially leading to wide variations in the numbers.


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Laboratory Testing Dashboard 

​​Laboratory testing for the novel coronavirus for residents of Santa Clara County are provided by commercial laboratories, academic laboratories, and the Public Health Laboratory.  The Public Health Laboratory serves as the sentinel and bridging laboratory in an emerging infectious disease until commercial and academic laboratory testing becomes more widely available.  The testing capacity in Santa Clara County is dependent on the ability of commercial and academic laboratories to rapidly scale.

This dashboard shows the overall total and daily testing volume for COVID-19 in Santa Clara County. Laboratory results for Santa Clara County residents are reported to the California Reportable Disease Information Exchange (CalREDIE). 

Last updated: 4/6/2020 8:31 PM