California added a total of 24,111 new Covid-19 cases on Sunday, bringing the state's cumulative number of confirmed positive cases up to 3,109,151, according to an update from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH).
The health department also reported 429 new deaths, bringing the state's total number of lives lost since the beginning of the pandemic to 36,790.
The number of reported hospitalizations decreased slightly on Sunday with Covid-19 hospitalizations down by 3.5% and Covid-19 related intensive care unit hospitalizations down by 2.2%, according to data collected from hospitals across California.
The County Risk Level for nearly all regions in California still stands at “Widespread,” meaning many non-essential indoor business operations are closed.
To note: These numbers were released by the California Department of Public Health and may not line up exactly in real-time with CNN’s database drawn from Johns Hopkins University and the Covid Tracking Project.