coronavirus-state-tracker:-california-reported-7,770-new-cases-and-76-new-deaths-as-of-july-25

California had at least 7,770 new cases of the coronavirus and 76 new deaths reported as of Saturday, July 25, according to unofficial counts from county websites. San Bernardino and Riverside counties did not report updated numbers.

That raises the state’s total cases to 445,292 since reporting began, and 8,424 people have died.

The state also reported 122 fewer patients, lowering the total number of people hospitalized to 8,449.

The state’s breakdown of cases by age is as follows:

5 and younger: .91% (8,500)5-17: 6.9% (30,896)18-34: 35.3% (157,028)35-49: 25.1% (111,903)50-59: 14.2% (63,066)60-64: 5.2% 22,968)65-69: 3.3% (15,906)70-74: 2.5% (11,172)75-79: 1.7% (7,749)80 and older: 3.5% (15,691)

The state’s breakdown of deaths by age group is as follows:

5 and younger: 0% (0)5-17: 0% (0)18-34: 1.3% (106)35-49: 5.6% (461)50-59: 9.9% (8133)60-64: 7.5% (617)65-69: .99% (794)70-74: 11% (907)75-79: 11.5% (950)80 and older: 43.6% (3,594)

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By Richard Moran

Richard Moran loves to write about sports with the Golden State Online. Before that, he worked as a senior writer at ESPN. Richard grew up in San Diego and graduated from the University of San Diego in 2004, after which he worked as an editor for five years.

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