How many actual human beings have been tested for coronavirus in California? Surprisingly perhaps, that’s hard to say. Some officials seem to tell you outright: In Los Angeles County, 611,950 unique persons were tested as of May 31,
Share this article:Orange County reported 75 new COVID-19 cases Tuesday, raising the cumulative total to an even 4,500, but there were no new fatalities, leaving the death toll at 88. The number of hospitalized patients increased from 194 on Monday to 229,
Health officials in Orange County reported 155 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 and two additional deaths Sunday, bringing the county’s totals to 4,376 cases and 88 fatalities. As of Sunday, 201 people were hospitalized with the disease — a drop from 235 a day earlier — and 78 were in intensive care.
There are a number of reasons why Orange County continues to see new coronavirus infections, but there's no evidence that the throngs of people who flocked to the region's famed shoreline weeks ago have contributed to the caseload,
Hospitalizations for COVID-19 reached a new high in Orange County Tuesday with 230 inpatients, with 100 in intensive care. Even with the bump, however, area hospitals were at 59% capacity, according to county data.