COVID-19 SUMMARY

COVID-19 SUMMARY

The Santa Barbara County Joint Information Center will produce a daily summary to highlight key data points and information. For more on COVID-19 locally, please visit www.publichealthsbc.org. As of March 31, 2020, the total confirmed cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Santa Barbara County is 88. See below for specific details regarding age ranges and city or area of confirmed cases.

City or Area

Confirmed Cases

South County Unincorporated (Montecito, Carpinteria, Summerland)

6

City of Santa Barbara

22

City of Goleta

2

Community of Isla Vista

1

Unincorporated Area of Goleta Valley & Gaviota

8

Santa Ynez Valley

1

City of Lompoc

5

City of Santa Maria

24

Community of Orcutt

10

North County Unincorporated Areas (New Cuyama, Sisquoc, Casmalia, Garey, and City of Guadalupe)

9

Total

88

Age Range

Number of cases

0-17

3

18-29

14

30-49

21

50-69

42

70+

8

Total

88

Testing Status

Number *

Positive

88

Negative

544

Inconclusive

1

Pending

128

Total

761

*This data reflects testing reported to the Public Health Department of county residents.

COVID-19 Summary Highlights from 3/30/2020 

  • The Office of the Santa Barbara County District Attorney encourages anyone at risk of violence, or anyone who believes animals may be at increased risk of violence, to contact their office.
  • Of the 88 confirmed cases, 49 are recovering at home, 14 are hospitalized (10 of whom are in the Intensive Care Unit), 19 have fully recovered, and 6 with information pending.
  • Santa Barbara County Public Health has deployed GIS Mapping to more precisely identify the location of confirmed cases of COVID-19 by geographical area in Santa Barbara County and those numbers account for changes in previously reported data.
  • No fatalities related to COVID-19 reported in Santa Barbara County.
  • Residents should continue to protect each other by a series of simple steps, most importantly by continuing to stay home and practicing social distancing.
  • Family Service Agency (FSAcares.org) and 211 provide resources to individuals in households experiencing stress and increased risk of violence due to the current circumstances.

Other Updates

  • Economic recovery information can be found at readysbc.org/economicrecovery
  • The next press conference is scheduled for Tuesday, March 31 at 4:30 p.m.
  • The Santa Barbara County Call Center can be reached from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily: (833) 688-5551
  • Recorded information line on COVID-19 is available 24/7 at (805) 681-4373.
  • The Community Wellness Team Information and Referral Line is 805-364-2750.
  • The Santa Barbara County Department of Behavioral Wellness 24/7 crisis response and service access line is (888) 868-1649.
  • Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office Non-Emergency Dispatch can be reached at (805) 683-2724, in the event of an emergency residents should call 9-1-1.

Stay Connected:

County Public Health: www.PublicHealthSBC.org, Twitter and Facebook
County of Santa Barbara: www.CountyofSB.org, Twitter, Facebook
County Call Center: (833) 688-5551, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
2-1-1 Call Center: Dial 211 or outside the area, call (800) 400-1572
Recorded Information Line: (805) 681-4373
Behavioral Wellness 24/7 Access Line: (888) 868-1649