ORANGE COUNTY, CA– 4 more people have actually passed away from COVID-19 in Orange County, Thursday and 281 new cases were reported, county broad.
The county’s general coronavirus totals are 50,471 cases and 1,069 fatalities, according to the Orange County Healthcare Company.
Hospitalizations in the county ticked up from 234 Wednesday to 239 Thursday, while the variety of extensive care system patients inched up from 62 to 64.
The rate of county locals checking favorable for COVID-19 was at 4.2 percent on a 7-day average.
The county remains on track to get to the orange tier the county, which dictates the average needs to be between 2 percent and 4.9 percent.
The daily case count is still hovering greater than preferred, at 5.2 per 100,000 people. To get to the next level, the county needs to be between 2 percent to 4.9 percent.
The OCHCA reported that 716,612 COVID-19 tests have actually been carried out, consisting of 5,904 reported Thursday.
There have actually been 44,674 approximated healings considering that coronavirus pandemic started.
Dr. Clayton Chau, the county’s chief health officer and director of the OCHCA, released a new health order Tuesday that define the details of how services can resume.
Orange County Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Michelle Steel stated the county’s libraries will resume for “a new grab-and-go service” on Sept. 22.
At the county’s weekly news conference Thursday, Chau and Steel highlighted the significance of planning to get flu shots so the county can avoid the so-called “twindemic.”
“I am motivating everybody in Orange County to get a flu vaccine,” Steel stated.
Chau stated federal officials have “guaranteed that we have actually an increased variety of flu vaccines available to states.” State officials are likewise focusing on flu shots, Chau stated.
“We are anticipating a number of deliveries at the end of September,” Chau stated. “Be on the lookout for flu shot events in the community throughout the 5 districts.”
To observe social distancing, county officials will make the flu shots available on walk-up and drive-through basis, he stated.
To go up to the next tier of orange, the county will have to be between 1 to 3.9 new COVID-19 cases per 100,000 locals each day, with a positivity rate between 2 percent and 4.9 percent for 2 successive weeks a minimum of.
Across Orange County, the existing coronavirus counts per city are as follows:
Aliso Viejo – 355 Overall Cases
Anaheim – 8608 Overall Cases
Brea – 458 Overall Cases
Buena Park – 1445 Overall Cases
Costa Mesa – 1746 Overall Cases
Coto de Caza – 42 Overall Cases
Cypress – 515 Overall Cases
Dana Point – 260 Overall Cases
Fountain Valley – 482 Overall Cases
Fullerton – 2283 Overall Cases
Garden Grove – 2763 Overall Cases
Huntington Beach – 2285 Overall Cases
Irvine – 1531 Overall Cases
La Habra – 1344 Overall Cases
La Palma – 147 Overall Cases
Ladera Ranch – 160 Overall Cases
Laguna Beach – 197 Overall Cases
Laguna Hills – 292 Overall Cases
Laguna Niguel – 402 Overall Cases
Laguna Woods – 49 Overall Cases
Lake Forest – 784 Overall Cases
Los Alamitos – 150 Overall Cases
Midway City – 118 Overall Cases
Objective Viejo – 764 Overall Cases
Newport Beach – 1088 Overall Cases
Orange – 2293 Overall Cases
Placentia – 877 Overall Cases
Rancho Objective Viejo – 61 Overall Cases
Rancho Santa Margarita – 324 Overall Cases
Rossmoor – 62 Overall Cases
San Clemente – 466 Overall Cases
San Juan Capistrano – 453 Overall Cases
Santa Ana – 9672 Overall Cases
Seal Beach – 264 Overall Cases
Silverado – 42 Overall Cases
Stanton – 622 Overall Cases
Trabuco Canyon – 187 Overall Cases
Tustin – 1186 Overall Cases
Rental property Park – 50 Overall Cases
Westminster – 953 Overall Cases
Yorba Linda – 655 Overall Cases
Lots of private K-6th-grade schools that won waivers from the county and state returned to in-person guideline Tuesday. They included the Los Alamitos School District’s schools in addition to 27 Diocese of Orange schools. 2 of the Roman Catholic schools stayed in distance knowing.
But even with the favorable trends, the earliest Orange County’s schools can resume for individual guideline is Sept. 22.
City News Service, Ashley Ludwig added to this report.