That is up 35 cases from the previous day.
Two more cases were reported in Clovis, bringing its total amount to 36. Fresno continues to see its cases surge, as the city now has 226 cases. Sanger also saw an uptick in cases, bringing the town to 23 cases.
Seven people have died from the disease.
Out of the total number of cases, 166 were community spread or originated from an unknown source, 43 were travel related, 145 were spread by close contact and 65 are still under investigation.
Recoveries are on the rise as well, as the FCDPH reported that 22 patients have overcome the virus. A total of 154 people have recovered from the virus in Fresno county.
There are currently 258 active cases.
The FCDPH is partnering with UC San Francisco to hold a virtual town hall at 4 p.m. Friday, April 24, on Facebook Live.