coronavirus

Some indoor business to close

A GUIDE to the basics of coronavirus. White “language” refers to a white-ish coating to the tongue (Shutterstock).

UPDATE:  Monday was another “good day” for Orange County in the battle against the coronavirus pandemic. According to the county’s health care agency, the number of daily COVID positive cases was 540, the second consecutive sharp drop.

The cumulative count of cases for the county is now 25,255, of which 10,554 are considered recovered. One death was reported Monday, making the new total to be 424.

Test-positive statistics, considered a key metric in predicting the growth or retreat of COVID-19 was at 14.9 percent, an increase from Sunday’s 14.6 percent. The “acceptable” threshold is at 8 percent.

Test-positive statistics, considered a key metric in predicting the growth or retreat of COVID-19 was at 14.9 percent, an increase from Sunday’s 14.6 percent. The “acceptable” threshold is at 8 percent.

For more information, go to: https://occovid19.ochealthinfo.com .

However, the rise in cases of the coronavirus pandemic over the previous week, on Monday led Gov. Gavin Newsom to declare that a wide variety of indoor businesses be closed in Orange and certain other counties, effective immediately.

They are:

  • restaurants.
  • wineries and tasting rooms.
  • movie theaters and family entertainment centers.
  • zoos and museums.
  • cardrooms.
  • bars.
  • fitness centers.
  • places of worship.
  • offices for non-critical sectors.
  • personal care services.
  • hair salons and barbershops.
  • malls.

At the national and international level, Johns Hopkins University reports 13, 048,248 cases worldwide, of which 3,362,348 are in the United States, followed by Brazil with 1,884,967 and India with 878,254.

The global death count is at 561,685, of which 135,524 are in the U.S., followed by Brazil with 72,833 and the United Kingdom/Great Britain with 44,915.

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