Coronavirus update, April 21: Stanislaus begins drive-through tests; hotel signs on

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Stanislaus County remained at four deaths Monday evening. It reported that 232 people have now tested positive for the virus and 3,314 have tested negative. Fifty-two people have been hospitalized, and 118 have recovered.

Of those who tested positive, 125 are male and 107 female. Twelve are 17 or younger, 125 are between 18 and 49, 60 are between 50 and 64, and 35 are 65 or older.

Modesto has 90 of the positive cases, 41 are in unincorporated areas, 30 are in Ceres, 22 are in Patterson, 16 are in Turlock, 10 are in Riverbank, eight are in Newman, seven are in Waterford, five are in Oakdale, and fewer than five are in Hughson.

  • San Joaquin County has 18 COVID-19-related deaths among 446 cases. Details are in updates released each Friday. As of April 17, 186 of the positive cases were female, 184 male. Three were 17 years or younger, 176 between 18 and 49, 124 between 50 and 64, and 67 were 65 or older. The city breakdown: 193 in Stockton, 61 in Tracy, 53 in Manteca, 24 in Lodi, 21 in Lathrop, nine in unincorporated areas, five in Escalon, and fewer than five in Ripon.

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