San Bernardino County reported 50 more cases of the coronavirus and two more deaths Thursday (April 2). The county now has 304 cases, up from 254 on Wednesday, and eight deaths, up from six, the latest county data shows. Yucca Valley has two confirmed cases; still none in Twentynine Palms. Yucaipa, where an outbreak occurred at the Cedar Mountain Post Acute Rehabilitation center, still has the most cases at 68. That number rose by eight from Wednesday. Of the 3,391 people tested for COVID-19, 9 percent had positive results, the county’s data show.
Of those who tested positive, 51.8% are male, 47.9% are female and .3% were unknown.
Most of the cases, 126, were among people 18 to 49 years old, while 90 were 50 to 64 years old, 83 were older than 65 and four were 2 to 17 years old, according to the county.