California Department of Public Health (CDPH) press release:
Today, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) released the most recent statistics on COVID-19 and updates on the state’s response to the pandemic. The most recent data is available at COVID-19 Data Dashboard.
Statewide COVID-19 Data
Rates of cases, hospitalizations and deaths are highest in unvaccinated people and lowest in vaccinated people. This is true for all age groups. See additional data for unvaccinated and vaccinated cases, hospitalizations and deaths.
- 77,484,870 total vaccines administered.
- 83.9% of the population (5+) was vaccinated with at least one dose.
- 34,203 people per day are vaccinated against COVID-19 (average number of daily doses over 7 days).
- California has 9,378,193 confirmed cases so far.
- The average number of cases today is 13,847 (7-day average daily number of cases).
- Unvaccinated people are 5.2 times more likely to contract COVID-19 than vaccinated people (May 30, 2022 – June 5, 2022).
- The test positivity rate is 13.2% (average rate over 7 days).
- There are 3,405 hospitalizations statewide.
- There are 339 patients in intensive care statewide.
- Unvaccinated people are 8.3 times more likely to be hospitalized than boosted people (May 30, 2022 – June 5, 2022).
- There have been 91,516 deaths from COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic.
- COVID-19 claims the lives of 15 Californians every day (7-day average number of daily deaths).
- Unvaccinated people are 8.3 times more likely to die than vaccinated people (May 23, 2022 – May 29, 2022).
Slow the Spread: Get Vaccinated and Boost Yourself for COVID-19
The risk of exposure and infection from COVID-19 continues as a number of Californians are not vaccinated or boosted.
The hard evidence continues to show that the vaccine prevents serious illnesses, hospitalizations and deaths. Public health officials are urging Californians to get vaccinated and boosted as soon as possible.
It is recommended that everyone six months of age and older receives their first round of COVID-19 vaccines and their booster dose.
Find a vaccine near you by visiting myturn.ca.gov or by calling 1-833-422-4255. The consent of a parent or legal guardian may be required for people under the age of 18 to receive a vaccine. Visit Vaccinate all 58 to learn more about safe and effective vaccines available to all Californians six months and older.
If you have symptoms of COVID-19, talk to a health care provider right away to find out if you qualify for treatment. You can also find Test to process locations that offer free COVID-19 testing and treatment. If you are uninsured, find free Test to Treat services on OptumServe sites.
Your actions save lives
Protect yourself, your family, your friends and your community by following these prevention measures:
- Sign up for COVID-19 Policy Alerts: COVID-19 Policy Alerts provide up-to-date information on CDPH COVID-19 guidelines and policy, including changes to orders, mandatory guidelines and more. Registrants will receive prompt email alerts regarding updated guidelines and policies available on our website, along with accompanying translations. Sign up for the COVID-19 Policy Alert Emails Today.
- Wear a mask when recommended or required: Under California mask guidance, masks are strongly recommended for all individuals in most indoor settings. Masks are needed for everyone in high transmission settings like emergency shelters, health care facilities, correctional facilities, homeless shelters and long-term care facilities. Local jurisdictions may have additional requirements beyond state requirements depending on local conditions.
- Upgrade your mask: A good fit and good filtration are still the best way to get the most out of your mask. The the best masks to prevent COVID-19 include the N95, KN95 and KF94. If you don’t have access to one of these masks, wear a surgical mask or a surgical mask with a cloth mask on top. If you choose a fabric mask, opt for one with three or more layers of fabric. Whatever type of mask you wear, check the fit by avoiding gaps above the nose or at the sides.
- Isolation and quarantine advice: The CDPH no longer recommends quarantine for people exposed to COVID-19 and showing no symptoms. For more information, please see: Isolation and quarantine advice. Additionally, the CDPH has added recommendations for workers in certain high-risk settings (health care facilities, long-term care facilities, and shelters, among others).
- My vaccination record is an easy way to show vaccination status in places or businesses that require proof of vaccination. Visit myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov today to get your vaccination record.
- Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
- Travel tips: Delay your travel (domestic and international) until you are fully immunized. To see the CDC’s comprehensive travel advice. If you decide to travel, the State recommendations for travelers recommends that all travelers arriving in California test for COVID-19 within three to five days of arrival, regardless of their vaccination status.
- Add your phone to the fight: Sign up for COVID-19 exposure notifications from AC Notice. Additionally, people who test positive for COVID-19 — including those testing at home — are able to alert others to potential exposure more quickly and easily. Individuals can now initiate the notification process as soon as they are aware of their positive test result. For more information, please visit the “Notify Others” page on AC Notice.
- Answer the call or SMS if a contact tracer from the CA COVID team or your local health department is trying to connect.
- Check with your local health department on local conditions. Local health jurisdictions may implement stricter protocols than state guidelines.
California COVID-19 Tracking
Test turnaround time
- The test the turnaround time dashboard reports how long California patients are waiting for COVID-19 test results. During the week of June 12 to June 18, the average patient wait time for test results was 0.8 days. During this same period, 87% of patients received test results within one day and 97% received them within two days.
Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C)
- As of June 27, there have been 1,004 cases of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C) reported statewide. MIS-C is a rare inflammatory disease associated with COVID-19 that can damage multiple organ systems. MIS-C can require hospitalization and be life-threatening.