Orange County COVID-19 City Case Counts Wednesday September 30 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 Wednesday September 30 2020.
California Department of Public Health Mandates Face Coverings in Public Spaces when physical distancing of 6 Feet cannot be maintained.

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
Movie theaters, indoor dining at restaurants, indoor worship services, indoor shopping centers and gyms would be able to open at limited capacity.

The New Cases Reported today is: 194

Cumulative Cases to Date: 53,751


Case Rate per 100,000 is 4.4
CDPH Threshold: >25.0 per 100,000

Testing Positivity Percent 3.1%
CDPH Threshold: >8%


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

Percent Ventilators Currently Available: 65%
CDPH Threshold: <25% Ventilators Available


Change in 3-day Average Hospitalized Patients of 3.8%
CDPH Threshold: >10% Increase

Orange County COVID-19 City Case Numbers Released Wednesday September 30 2020
Excludes the Jail

Aliso Viejo – 386 Total Cases
Anaheim – 9207 Total Cases
Brea – 486 Total Cases
Buena Park – 1533 Total Cases
Costa Mesa – 1812 Total Cases
Coto de Caza – 46 Total Cases
Cypress – 553 Total Cases
Dana Point – 275 Total Cases
Fountain Valley – 512 Total Cases
Fullerton – 2513 Total Cases
Garden Grove – 2954 Total Cases
Huntington Beach – 2406 Total Cases
Irvine – 1694 Total Cases
La Habra – 1435 Total Cases
La Palma – 158 Total Cases
Ladera Ranch – 171 Total Cases
Laguna Beach – 226 Total Cases
Laguna Hills – 315 Total Cases
Laguna Niguel – 435 Total Cases
Laguna Woods – 67 Total Cases
Lake Forest – 850 Total Cases
Los Alamitos – 181 Total Cases
Midway City – 122 Total Cases
Mission Viejo – 846 Total Cases
Newport Beach – 1128 Total Cases
Orange – 2435 Total Cases
Placentia – 935 Total Cases
Rancho Mission Viejo – 63 Total Cases
Rancho Santa Margarita – 352 Total Cases
Rossmoor – 67 Total Cases
San Clemente – 534 Total Cases
San Juan Capistrano – 522 Total Cases
Santa Ana – 10349 Total Cases
Seal Beach – 280 Total Cases
Silverado – 43 Total Cases
Stanton – 652 Total Cases
Trabuco Canyon – 199 Total Cases
Tustin – 1282 Total Cases
Villa Park – 55 Total Cases
Westminster – 1038 Total Cases
Yorba Linda – 736 Total Cases

Cumulative Deaths to Date: 1,268
Current Cases Hospitalized: 172
Current Cases in ICU: 48
Cumulative Recovery to Date: 48,326

Number of Tests for COVID-19: 864,947
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 30 2020

California New COVID-19 Cases Courtesy of John Hopkins University

California New COVID-19 Cases by Date September 30 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 30 2020
The Orange County Data has to be sent to John Hopkins. Therefore this map may be yesterday’s numbers.

Orange County California COVID 19 Status Report September 30 2020 Courtesy of John Hopkins University

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 Stay 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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