#OrangeCounty #California #COVID19 City Case Counts on Sunday December 27 2020.
Orange County and Southern California ICU Beds Currently Available: 0%
Important Reminder: California Requires You to Wear A Face Covering When You Are Outside
There are some exceptions, please refer to The State of California November 16 2020 Mask Mandate
COVID-19 World Map Provided by John Hopkins University
United States Leads the World in COVID-19 Cases and COVID-19 Deaths.
COVID-19 World Map last updated on December 26 2020.
The New Cases Reported today is: 3,200
Cumulative Cases to Date: 147,463
ELEVATED DISEASE TRANSMISSION
Case Rate per 100,000 is 51.8
CDPH Threshold: >25.0 per 100,000
Testing Positivity Percent 15.2%
CDPH Threshold: >8%
LIMITED HOSPITAL CAPACITY
OC Percent ICU Beds Currently Available: 0% (Adjusted Adult Beds Only) and 7.3% (Unadjusted Adult Beds Only)
CDPH Threshold: <20% ICU Beds Available
Southern California ICU Bed Availability is 0% (Adjusted) and 12.1% (Unadjusted)
Percent Ventilators Currently Available: 45%
CDPH Threshold: <25% Ventilators Available
Change in 3-day Average Hospitalized 6.3%
Orange County COVID-19 City Case Numbers Released Sunday December 27 2020
Excludes the Jail
Cumulative Deaths to Date: 1,846
Current Cases Hospitalized: 1,990
Current Cases in ICU: 443
Cumulative Recovery to Date: 80,615
Orange County New Data On Schools: August 16 2020 to December 19 2020: Total COVID-19 Cases: 1364
Cumulative Tests To Date: 1,975,944
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 under 47% of the population has been tested, however it is based on the number of tests. Thus, 47% would be the best case scenario.)
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 December 25 2020
The Orange County Data has to be sent to John Hopkins. Therefore this map may be yesterday’s numbers.
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
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