This table is automatically updated with new daily COVID data for the county of Santa Barbara, CA. Every day, the California Department of Public Health publishes COVID tracking metrics for each county, but does not save the previous day's data. This tool keeps track of the daily metrics that are used to monitor progress towards safe reopening in California.
|Date||Daily tests (per 100,000)¹||Case rate (per 100,000)²||Testing positivity (%)³||Change in hospitalizations (%)⁴||ICU beds available (%)||Ventilators (available (%)|
Notes: (1) 7 day average with a 7-day lag. (2) 14 day average. (3) 7 day average with a 7-day lag. (4) Change in 3 day average.
Table last updated by CDPH on August 27, 2020.
The state of California is using a data-driven approach informed by scientific evidence to tailor its response to COVID-19. Three dimensions of concern are monitored to assess whether a county should be placed on the County Monitoring List:
Once a county appears on the County Monitoring List for three consecutive days, indoor operations in the sectors listed in Section 3 of the July 13th State Health Officer Order must close.
This table tracks where Santa Barbara stands in terms of the criteria for inclusion on the County Monitoring List. As of 20 August 2020, the criteria for inclusion on the monitoring list are:
If Santa Barbara meets the criteria for removal from the County Monitoring List for a certain metric, then a checkmark ✔ is displayed in the table.
Read more at https://covid19.ca.gov/roadmap-counties/.
Data source for county metrics: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/COVID19CountyDataTable.aspx.