Orange County COVID-19 City Case Counts Tuesday September 8 2020

California COViD-19 Masks Courtesy of California Department of Public Health
California COViD-19 Masks Courtesy of California Department of Public Health

Orange County COVID-19 City Case Counts Tuesday September 8 2020.
California Department of Public Health Mandates Face Coverings in Public Spaces when physical distancing of 6 Feet cannot be maintained.

New Today: Orange County has transited from Purple Tier to Red Tier in California’s State Monitoring List on Tuesday September 8 2020.The Red Tier reflects that Orange County has transitioned from Widespread areas of Cases to a substantial amount of cases today. Some Indoor Businesses Can Open with Restrictions

The New Cases Reported today is: 151

Cumulative Cases to Date: 49,996

ELEVATED DISEASE TRANSMISSION

Case Rate per 100,000 is 5.2
CDPH Threshold: >25.0 per 100,000

Testing Positivity Percent 4.2%
CDPH Threshold: >8%

LIMITED HOSPITAL CAPACITY

Percent ICU Beds Currently Available: 33%
CDPH Threshold: <20% ICU Beds Available

Percent Ventilators Currently Available: 62%
CDPH Threshold: <25% Ventilators Available

INCREASING HOSPITALIZATION

Change in 3-day Average Hospitalized Patients of -9,5%
CDPH Threshold: >10% Increase

Orange County COVID-19 City Case Numbers Released Tuesday September 8 2020
Excludes the Jail

Aliso Viejo – 352 Total Cases
Anaheim – 8575 Total Cases
Brea – 456 Total Cases
Buena Park – 1431 Total Cases
Costa Mesa – 1732 Total Cases
Coto de Caza – 42 Total Cases
Cypress – 512 Total Cases
Dana Point – 252 Total Cases
Fountain Valley – 481 Total Cases
Fullerton – 2258 Total Cases
Garden Grove – 2739 Total Cases
Huntington Beach – 2261 Total Cases
Irvine – 1518 Total Cases
La Habra – 1326 Total Cases
La Palma – 147 Total Cases
Ladera Ranch – 158 Total Cases
Laguna Beach – 192 Total Cases
Laguna Hills – 292 Total Cases
Laguna Niguel – 394 Total Cases
Laguna Woods – 49 Total Cases
Lake Forest – 775 Total Cases
Los Alamitos – 148 Total Cases
Midway City – 117 Total Cases
Mission Viejo – 758 Total Cases
Newport Beach – 1076 Total Cases
Orange – 2272 Total Cases
Placentia – 868 Total Cases
Rancho Mission Viejo – 58 Total Cases
Rancho Santa Margarita – 322 Total Cases
Rossmoor – 62 Total Cases
San Clemente – 456 Total Cases
San Juan Capistrano – 441 Total Cases
Santa Ana – 9597 Total Cases
Seal Beach – 261 Total Cases
Silverado – 42 Total Cases
Stanton – 615 Total Cases
Trabuco Canyon – 183 Total Cases
Tustin – 1184 Total Cases
Villa Park – 49 Total Cases
Westminster – 941 Total Cases
Yorba Linda – 646 Total Cases

Cumulative Cases to Date: 49,996
(Includes Deaths)

Cumulative Deaths to Date: 1056
Current Cases Hospitalized: 242
Current Cases in ICU: 70
Cumulative Recovery to Date: 43,898

Number of Tests for COVID-19: 703,855
The 2019 Population of Orange County California is 3 million and 176 Thousand.
(Tests performed are not the number of people tested. A person may be tested multiple times. If the tests were based on the number of people, then you could surmise that just over 20% of the population has been tested, however it is based on the number of tests. Thus, 20% would be the best case scenario.)

Orange County COVID-19 Hospitalizations and ICU Graph September 8 2020

California New COVID-19 Cases Courtesy of John Hopkins University

California New COVID-19 Cases by Date September 8 2020 Graph Courtesy of John Hopkins University

COVID-19 World and United States Status Report Courtesy of John Hopkins University
This is an COVID-19 Orange County California Status Report Map on September 8 2020
The Orange County Data has to be sent to John Hopkins. Therefore this map may be yesterday’s numbers.

Orange County COVID-19 Hospitalizations and ICU Graph September 8 2020

New COVID-19 World and U.S. Mapping
Generated by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University.

Disclaimer: Center for Disease Control (CDC) States that COVID-19 Numbers may differ Due to Different Reporting Practices and Confirmation Practices Used By Individual Agencies/Confirmation of Residency/Data Sharing Lag Times

Additional Resources

OC Health Care Agency COVID-19 New Dashboard Data Site Starts June 26 2020

Orange County Emergency Operations Center Facebook Page

Alert OC
AlertOC is a mass notification system designed to keep Orange County, California residents and businesses informed of emergencies that may require immediate life saving actions.

Orange County Public Health (COVID-19) Information Page is Online

Orange County Public Health (COVID-19) Health Referral Hotline Number is 1 (833) 426-6411

California Emergency State at Home Order March 19 2020

California Department of Public Health (COVID-19) Information is Online

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (COVID-19) Information is Online

World Health Organization (WHO) COVID-19 Online Site

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