Published On: Mon, Jun 21st, 2021
World | By

Orange County COVID-19 Numbers Remain Stable

Share This

SANTA ANA—Coronavirus hospitalization rates remained stable June 21 in Orange County, Calif., which reported 112 new COVID-19 infections over the past weekend. According to data released by the Orange County Health Care Agency, which has ceased reporting statistics on the weekends, hospitalizations remained at 54 on June 21, the same level as June 18, while the number of patients in intensive care decreased from 17 to 14. The county logged four more fatalities. The death toll for June is four; 21 in May; 41 in April; 198 in March; 608 in February; 1554 in January, the deadliest month of the pandemic; and 966 in December, the next deadliest. The latest confirmed infections brought the county’s cumulative caseload to 255,922. “It’s kind of odd—we worked so hard to get to the yellow tier and it goes away,” Supervisor Doug Chaffee said June 18. “But our numbers are good.” Chaffee noted it … Save 10% on Citrus trees with code CITRUS

About the Author