SACRAMENTO, Calif. —With coronavirus on the rise in California, counties are becoming increasingly concerned about the surge in COVID-19 cases.
Here's a look at some of the counties in our region:
COVID is also surging in Stanislaus County, according to public health information officer Kamlesh Kaur.
"Our case rate as of this morning actually is 24.4 per 100,000 residents and that is the adjusted case rate," Kaur told KCRA 3. "And our positivity rate is 10.7%."
The key factor in the growing number of cases according to Kaur, is small and large family gatherings. "Family parties," Kaur said. "There has been household spread so at this time we ask our community members to avoid gatherings of any size."
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