Santa Barbara County added 114 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, according to the California Department of Public Health.

With the latest tally, the county has added 720 cases in the last week — and 1,099 in the last two weeks — for a toal of 3,520.

The state does not provide specific geographic or demographic details of the reported new cases, and the county does not provide coronavirus updates on the weekends.

Local hospitals reported they were treating 69 COVID-19 patients, with seven additional suspected cases, according to the state. On Saturday, the number stood at 71.

There were 21 confirmed coronavirus patients in intensive-care units, and three suspected cases.

Marian Regional Medical Center in Santa Maria had 45 patients and Cottage Health in Santa Barbara had 24, according to state figures.

County Public Health Department officials have expressed concern about the rising numbers, particularly hospitalizations, but say there is still plenty of capacity at local hospitals.

So far, there have been 31 coronavirus deaths reported in the county.

One is a death at the Lompoc Federal Prison Complex that the county has not confirmed, pending autopsy results. Another was announced last week with no details.

Santa Barbara County’s next COVID-19 update is expected Monday afternoon.

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