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COVID-19 Data

In an ongoing effort to understand COVID-19 transmission and improve outcomes in our community, Lake County Public Health tracks demographic, geographic and clinical information about confirmed COVID-19 cases. Public health officials and staff are monitoring data daily.

The Public Health website demographic data will be updated monthly.


Please be aware that the data presented here are not real-time and may not reflect the most recent information.


Epi Briefing

View the Epi Briefing for an in-depth look at Lake County's data, including relevant regional and state comparisons. Additional information is often provided at the regular Board of Supervisors Meeting Schedule (held most Tuesdays and livestreamed via Granicus and County of Lake Facebook) and uploaded to the Lake County YouTube Channel.




COVID-19 Summary Data

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Note: Lake County case demographics are reported below.


Demographic Data
(Updated Monthly)




District Areas:

District 1:  Middletown, Hidden Valley Lake, Anderson Springs, Lower Lake, portions of Clearlake
District 2:  most of the City of Clearlake and areas east
District 3:  Spring Valley, Clearlake Oaks, Clearlake Park (north of the City limits), Glenhaven, Lucerne, Nice, Upper Lake, Blue Lakes, Lake Pillsbury
District 4:  Lakeport, Scotts Valley, Finley, Lampson Airport area, Rivera Heights, Highland Springs, most of Big Valley
District 5:  Kelseyville (town and general area), Riviera West, Clearlake Riviera, Buckingham, Loch Lomond, Cobb

If you are uncertain what Supervisorial District you live in, visit the Lake County District Map, and enter your address.


COVID-19 Deaths
(Updated Monthly)

Total number of confirmed COVID-19 associated deaths. Local health departments use multiple sources to confirm that a death is COVID-associated, including speaking with physicians, reviewing medical records, and consulting with medical examiners.

Note: If the cause of death was determined to be unrelated to COVID-19 (e.g. homicide) for an individual with confirmed COVID-19 infection, that case is not counted in the Death count.




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