Siskiyou County on Monday announced its first confirmed case of the virus in about 40 days, bringing its total to six cases since the outbreak began.

Siskiyou County on Monday announced its first confirmed case of the virus in about 40 days, bringing its total to six cases since the outbreak began. 

As of Tuesday, 1,250 COVID-19 tests have been conducted there, according to public health officials. That's enough for about 2.86% of residents. 

Siskiyou County health officials say they working on a plan to allow first responders, law enforcement and firefighters to all get tested for the virus, according to a county press release. 

There are nearly a dozen sites for testing, according to health officials. Included are: Fairchild Medical Center, Mercy Medical Center Mt. Shasta, Anav Tribal Health Clinic, Karuk Tribal Health Clinics, Swenson Medical Practice, Shasta Cascade Health (Dunsmuir, McCloud and Shasta Valley), North Star Naturopathic Medicine, Yreka Immediate Care Clinic and Dr. Michael Z. Staszel's practice in Mount Shasta.

Other counties in Northern California

Butte County had two more coronavirus cases on Tuesday.

Humboldt County reported five new cases Tuesday as well as the county's second death related to COVID-19. Del Norte reported two additional cases Tuesday. 

Here's where case totals stand for far Northern California as of Wednesday morning:

Shasta County, 34 cases

Butte County, 26 cases

Glenn County, 12 cases

Siskiyou County, 6 cases

Plumas County, 4 cases

Colusa County, 3 cases

Tehama County, 2 cases

Trinity County, 1 case

Lassen County, no cases

Modoc County, no cases

Coastal Counties:

Humboldt County, 86 cases

Mendocino County, 14 cases

Del Norte County, 14 cases

COVID-19 cases statewide

The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in California on Monday was 81,795 the California Department of Public Health reported Tuesday afternoon.

California's death toll stands at 3,334 since the COVID-19 outbreak began.

Here is how California’s coronavirus cases break down by age:

Age 0-17: 3,446 cases

Age 18-49: 41,321 cases

Age 50-64: 20,003 cases

Age 65+: 16,920 cases

Unknown/missing: 105 cases

Health-care workers made up 8,405 of California's confirmed COVID-19 cases, according to state officials. Of that number, 46 have died.

U.S. and global cases

As of 8 p.m. Tuesday, the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States was more than 1.5 million, according to Johns Hopkins University. That number includes nearly 92,000 people who died as a result of the virus and more than 289,000 people who recovered from it.

Worldwide, the number of confirmed cases stood at almost 4.9 million. Of that total, about 323,000 people died and over 1.6 million people have recovered.