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Orange County COVID-19 reporting

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Orange County reported another 316 COVID-19 cases on Saturday, raising the total case count to 58,326 diagnoses since the pandemic began.

An additional four virus-related fatalities were also reported, bringing the death toll to 1,444.

The county continues to report a relatively high number of daily cases. Officials have been aiming for a daily average of about 130 new cases per day, but this week the county reported between 200 to 300 new cases each day.
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Orange County Health Care Agency officials reported 152 more COVID-19 diagnoses

The new cases brought the cumulative total to 58,725 and the death toll remained at 1,447.

The number of hospitalizations rose from 150 Sunday to 162 Monday and the number of people in intensive care units increased from 55 to 59.
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Orange County reported another 183 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, raising the cumulative case total to 60,298.

The death toll was adjusted downward by one, bringing it to 1,483.

From Oct. 25 through Saturday, there were 39 deaths reported, up from 35 the week before

The number of virus-related hospitalizations jumped from 181 on Sunday to 183 on Monday. The number of ICU patients also increased from 55 to 60.

The county’s positivity rate, which is reported each Tuesday, has been at 3.2% for the past three weeks. However, the daily case rate per 100,000 residents increased this week to 5.1.
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Orange County reported another 183 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, raising the cumulative case total to 60,298.

The death toll was adjusted downward by one, bringing it to 1,483.

From Oct. 25 through Saturday, there were 39 deaths reported, up from 35 the week before

The number of virus-related hospitalizations jumped from 181 on Sunday to 183 on Monday. The number of ICU patients also increased from 55 to 60.

The county’s positivity rate, which is reported each Tuesday, has been at 3.2% for the past three weeks. However, the daily case rate per 100,000 residents increased this week to 5.1.
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Orange County health officials reported 309 additional COVID-19 cases and nine more deaths Friday, heightening concern that the county could slip back into the most restrictive purple tier.

The new numbers bring the county’s death toll to 1,503 and raise the cumulative case count to 61,421.

The county’s positivity rate, which is reported each Tuesday, but was reported Wednesday this week because of the election, rose from 3.2% to 3.6%, and the daily case rate per 100,000 population increased from 5.1 last week to 6.
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Orange County health officials reported 308 new coronavirus cases on Monday and no additional coronavirus-related deaths.

Unless something changes, we risk the purple tier next Tuesday.”

The number of coronavirus-related hospitalizations in O.C. went up from 201 on Sunday to 205 Monday, and the number of intensive care unit patients also rose — from 72 to 76 patients in the ICU, Orange County health officials reported.
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Orange County reported another 528 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 64,586.

An additional two virus-related deaths were also reported, raising the death toll to 1,524.

The number of hospitalizations decreased from 244 on Friday to 235 on Saturday. There are currently 90 people in ICU beds.
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Orange County reported 1,666 new cases of COVID-19 but no additional deaths Saturday, bringing the county's totals to 76,761 cases and 1,577 fatalities.

The huge number of new cases comes after the county reported 1,943 new cases and 18 additional deaths on Friday, but those numbers covered two days since there was no update Thursday due to the Thanksgiving holiday.

The number of county residents hospitalized with the virus increased from 506 Friday to 534, with the number of patients in intensive care dropping from 139 to 138, according to the Orange County Health Care Agency.
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COVID-19 hospitalizations in Orange County continued to climb Friday to record levels as the death toll also rose.

As of Friday, 746 patients were hospitalized with COVID-19, up from 735 reported on Thursday — a new record.

The number of patients in intensive care units also jumped from 179 on Thursday to 195 on Friday. The highest number of patients in the ICU was set in mid-July at 245.

Meanwhile Friday, health officials reported 17 additional coronavirus fatalities and 1,234 new cases of the virus.

The new numbers brought the county’s caseload to 82,887 and the death toll to 1,603.
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Orange County health officials on Saturday reported 1,966 new cases of COVID-19 and 15 additional deaths.

Hospitalized patients increased from 746 to 842, a new high, and intensive care unit patients dipped from 195 to 193.

The percentage of ICU beds available in Orange County stands at 18%, down from 20% on Friday.
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The Orange County Health Care Agency reported 4,406 new cases of the coronavirus on Saturday, Jan. 2, increasing the cumulative total in the county to 161,589 cases since tracking began.

There were 26 deaths reported by the county on Saturday, raising the total number of reported deaths to 1,901. The most recent death recorded was on Dec. 26.

The county also reported 2,097 patients in local hospitals with the coronavirus on Saturday. That is a decrease of 31 patients from Thursday’s report.

There were 501 patients listed in intensive care units on Saturday, as ICU capacity dwindles in Southern California.

An estimated 38,161 cases of the virus have been recorded in Orange County in the last 14 days.
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Many local hospitals are running out of ICU beds for the sickest COVID-19 patients.

The biggest fear is that after a surge of cases from Christmas and New Year's gatherings, the hospitals will have to start rationing care - basically meaning they would only treat people who have the best chance of survival.

"They fight every day and they struggle to breathe every day even with tons of oxygen. And then you just see them die. They just die. And they fight dying. It's so sad," described Caroline Brandenburger, a COVID unit nurse.

The state has deployed nearly 90 refrigerated trailers, up from 60 a few weeks ago, for use as makeshift morgues.

Orange County reported 29 more COVID-19 fatalities on Monday, along with 3,259 new coronavirus cases. The county has 2,221 hospitalized coronavirus patients, including 544 in intensive care.
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The Orange County Health Care Agency reported 3,221 new cases of the coronavirus on Thursday, Jan. 14, increasing the cumulative total in the county to 202,753 cases since tracking began.

There were 16 deaths reported by the county on Thursday, raising the total number of deaths to 2,195.

There were 2,169 patients in local hospitals with the coronavirus on Thursday, a decrease of 16 patients since the previous day’s report.

The number of patients in intensive care remained at 544.

An estimated 40,164 cases of the virus have been recorded in Orange County in the last 14 days.

Of the cumulative 2,195 deaths reported from the virus, 709 were skilled nursing facility residents, 243 were in assisted living facilities and four were listed as homeless.
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The Orange County Health Care Agency reported an additional 3,454 cases on Saturday. Regionwide, there are 209,365 COVID-19 cases since the county agency began tracking data in March.

Data also show 43 more deaths, just a little over half of the 82 reported on Friday.

Data from area hospitals state there are currently 2,065 cases hospitalized and 542 of those cases are in intensive care units. Capacities at ICUs countywide is currently at 0% and about 37% of ventilators are available.
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Orange County reported 1,448 new cases of COVID-19 and 47 additional deaths Sunday, bringing the county's totals to 210,813 cases and 2,367 fatalities.

Hospitalization rates continued to dip, dropping to 2,026 Sunday -- down from 2,065 on Saturday, 2,101 Friday and 2,169 Thursday, according to the Orange County Health Care Agency. The number of coronavirus patients in intensive care decreased by four to 538, a slight reduction from last Sunday's record of 547.
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Orange County health officials on Sunday reported 1,448 new cases of coronavirus and 47 additional deaths.

At last check, countywide totals were 210,813 cases and 2,367 fatalities in the O.C.

Hospitalizations were down from 2,065 on Saturday to 2,026 on Sunday, according to the Orange County Health Care Agency.

Coronavirus ICU patients also slightly dropped from 547 to 538, but hospital resources still remain at risk as coronavirus cases rise, with 36% of O.C. ventilators available.
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The Orange County Health Care Agency reported 1,701 new cases of the coronavirus on Wednesday, which brings the county total to 216,509.

Data also show another 31 deaths from COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus.

Area hospitals say that there are 1,975 patients with COVID-19 currently hospitalized, with 527 in intensive care units. Adjusted numbers from the agency indicate that ICU capacity countywide remains at 0% with 34% of ventilators available.
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Since January began, the OC Health Care Agency has reported 604 people killed by the virus. Those deaths, reported in daily batches, can stretch back weeks because of reporting delays.

The virus has now killed 2,477 people out of 214,808 confirmed cases, including 110 deaths reported Tuesday, according to the OC Health Care Agency.

The virus has already killed more than three times as many people as the flu does on a yearly average.

According to the state death statistics, cancer kills over 4,600 people, heart disease kills over 2,800, more than 1,400 die from Alzheimer’s disease and strokes kill over 1,300 people.

Orange County has already surpassed its yearly average 20,000 deaths, with 21,110 people dead as of November, according to the latest available state data.

On Tuesday, there were 2,007 people hospitalized, including 523 in intensive care units.
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Orange County Wednesday reported 31 more COVID-19 fatalities, hiking the death toll above 2,500, and the vaccination site at Disneyland had to be closed for a second consecutive day due to windy weather, while the county announced the opening of a new super site.

Health officials said that despite those setbacks and 1,701 new cases being reported Wednesday, the good news is that case rates and hospitalization rates are trending down.

The death toll now stands at 2,508.

Since Sunday, the county has reported 188 coronavirus-related fatalities.

Hospitalization numbers continued to dip, dropping from 2,007 on Tuesday to 1,975 Wednesday, according to the Orange County Health Care Agency. The number of coronavirus patients in intensive care increased from 523 to 527.

The county's state-adjusted ICU bed availability remains at zero, and the unadjusted figure stood at 5.4%. The state created the adjusted metric to reflect the difference in beds available for COVID-19 patients and non-coronavirus patients. The county has 34% of its ventilators available.

The Southern California region remains at zero ICU availability.
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The Orange County Health Care Agency reported 892 new cases of the coronavirus on Friday, Jan. 22, increasing the cumulative total in the county to 218,741 cases since tracking began.

There was one new death reported by the county on Friday, raising the total number of reported deaths to 2,547.

The county also reported 1,896 patients in local hospitals with the coronavirus on Friday. A decrease of 39 from the previous report.

There were 516 patients listed in intensive care units on Friday. One less than the previous report.

An estimated 33,260 cases of the virus have been recorded in Orange County in the last 14 days.
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Orange County health officials on Sunday reported 1,795 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 13 more deaths.

To date, there have been 223,288 coronavirus cases and 2,638 fatalities, according to the Orange County Health Care Agency.

There are currently 1,732 patients hospitalized countywide with the virus, and of them, 467 are in intensive care, the Orange County Health Care Agency reports. Those numbers are down from 1,818 and 482 on Saturday.

Southern California as a region remains at zero-percent ICU availability.
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The Orange County Health Care Agency reported 1,330 new cases of the coronavirus on Monday, Jan. 25, increasing the cumulative total in the county to 224,618 cases since tracking began.

There were 66 new deaths reported by the county on Monday, raising the total number of reported deaths to 2,704.

The county also reported 1,703 patients in local hospitals, which is 29 fewer than the previous report. There are 447 patients listed in intensive care units on Monday, 20 fewer than Sunday.

An estimated 28,933 cases of the virus have been recorded in Orange County in the last 14 days.
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The Orange County Health Care Agency reported 1,038 new cases of the coronavirus on Wednesday, Jan. 27, increasing the cumulative total in the county to 227,021 cases since tracking began.

There were 71 new deaths reported by the county on Wednesday, raising the total number of reported deaths to 2,839.

The county also reported 1,639 patients in local hospitals, which was 38 few people than the day before. Of those hospitalized, 448 people were listed in intensive care units.

An estimated 24,268 cases of the virus have been recorded in Orange County in the last 14 days.
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The Orange County Health Care Agency reported 1,460 new cases of the coronavirus on Friday, Jan. 29, increasing the cumulative total in the county to 229,757 cases since tracking began.

There were 107 new deaths reported by the county on Friday, raising the total number of reported deaths to 2,975. More than one third of the reported deaths, 1,100 have been in January.

The county also reported 1,521 patients in local hospitals, which is 71 fewer than the previous report. There are 426 patients listed in intensive care units on Friday.

An estimated 23,846 cases of the virus have been recorded in Orange County in the last 14 days.
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Forty-three new deaths were reported by the county on Saturday, raising the total number of COVID fatalities to 3,018. More than one-third of the reported deaths, 1,143, have been in January.

The Orange County Health Care Agency reported 1,279 new cases of the coronavirus on Saturday, Jan. 30, increasing the cumulative total in the county to 231,036 cases since tracking began.

The county also reported 1,442 patients in local hospitals, which is 79 fewer than the previous report. There are 394 patients listed in intensive care units on Saturday, 32 fewer than in Friday’s report.
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Forty-four new deaths were reported by the county on Sunday, raising the total number of COVID fatalities to 3,062. More than one-third of the reported deaths, 1,187, have been in January.

The Orange County Health Care Agency reported 1,355 new cases of the coronavirus on Sunday, Jan. 31, increasing the cumulative total in the county to 232,391 cases since tracking began.

The county also reported 1,412 patients in local hospitals, which is 30 fewer than the previous report. There are 392 patients listed in intensive care units on Sunday, two fewer than in Saturday’s report.

An estimated 21,578 cases of the virus have been recorded in Orange County in the last 14 days.
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