- Santa Clara County total cases: 2
- 1 case fully recovered as of February 20, 2020
- 1 case in isolation
- Currently, there is no evidence novel coronavirus is circulating in Santa Clara County and the immediate risk to the public remains low. However, we are preparing for the possibility of widespread transmission of the novel coronavirus in the United States
- Visit the CDC website for current travel notices
As of February 20, 2020, the first confirmed case of novel coronavirus in Santa Clara County has fully recovered and has been released from isolation. He was never sick enough to be hospitalized. He isolated at home and was monitored by public health staff for the duration of his isolation. The second case remains in isolation.
The Santa Clara County Public Health Department continues to work closely with healthcare providers, hospitals, and its partners to address novel coronavirus. The department is taking action to protect and keep the public informed. While the illness started in China, people with the virus have been confirmed in several countries including the United States. Health authorities are learning more about how this virus spreads. As this situation changes, the U.S. Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) updates information as it becomes available.