Orange has leapfrogged Huntington Beach as the city with the fourth-most reported COVID-19 cases, according to the Orange County Health Care Agency’s report on Monday.
The city of Orange has 1,726 cases now, topping Huntington Beach with 1,719.
Five hundred and fifty-five people are hospitalized, with 175 in intensive care units.
The “test-positivity” metric continues to move into encouraging territory. The number – which indicates what portion of those who test positive for the infection actually have it, regardless of symptoms – is now at 8.9 percent, approaching the goal of 8 percent.
Also, the rate of new hospitalizations is at minus-8.6, surpassing the goal of 10.
Here’s the list of the OC cities with the most COVID-19 cases. Deaths are in parentheses.
- Santa Ana: 7,222 (175).
- Anaheim: 6,461 (157).
- Garden Grove: 2,012 (25).
- Orange: 1,726 (26).
- Huntington Beach 1,719 (47).
Westminster has 681 cases and 18 deaths; Stanton has 453 and six deaths.
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