Santa Barbara County added 106 COVID-19 cases on Sunday, according to the state Department of Public Health.

The new cases bring the county’s total to 4,283, the state reported on its COVID-19 website.

However, the numbers reported by the county late Sunday night were markedly different — 33 new cases for a total of  4,084.

County officials have not thus far been able to explain the large disparity between what they are reporting vs. the state.

There were 76 coronavirus patients being treated in local hospitals, state health officials said, with 25 of those in intensive-care units.

In addition, there were five suspected COVID-19 patients hospitalized.

The county had the numbers at 72 in the hospital with 25 in ICU.

Marian Regional Medical Center in Santa Maria had 47 of the confirmed patients, Cottage Health in Santa Barbara had 28, and Lompoc Valley Medical Center had one, the state reported.

The county reported 73 hospitalized patients, with 25 in ICU, on Saturday.

The county has seen its case total increase by roughly 50 percent over the last 14 days, the state reported.

There have been 31 COVID-19 deaths in the county.

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