Orange County

OC coronavirus cases rise to 464

THE CASE count of coronavirus cases in Orange County rose to 464 on Monday. Remember to wash your hands frequently (Pixels).

UPDATE: The coronavirus case count for today (Monday) has been released by the Orange County Health Care Agency. It shows a total of 464 cases overall, with four deaths. Thirty-seven new cases were reported today.

Irvine is the city with the most cases at 43, followed by Anaheim with 42, Newport Beach with 41, Huntington Beach with 33 and Santa Ana with 22.

In The Tribune’s coverage area, Huntington Beach has 33, Garden Grove has eight, Westminster seven and Stanton one.


The case count of confirmed coronavirus cases in Orange County has risen to 431 as of Sunday. On Friday the count was 321.

According to the Orange County Health Care Agency, 28 new cases were reported on Sunday and the number of fatalities has risen to four.

Countywide, the cities with the most confirmed cases are:

  • Anaheim: 41.
  • Irvine: 38.
  • Huntington Beach: 33.
  • Newport Beach: 27.
  • Santa Ana: 22.

In the coverage area of The Tribune, the case counts are:

  • Huntington Beach: 33.
  • Garden Grove: 8.
  • Westminster: 6.
  • Stanton: 1.

Overall, 57 percent of the cases are male, with 42 percent female. The age group with the most cases includes those 45 to 64 with 38 percent, followed by 65 and older with 18 percent. Close behind are the 35-44 age group with 17 percent and those 25-34 with 16 percent.


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