The Orange County Health Care Agency reported six new deaths as of Friday, July 3, increasing the total number of people in the county who have died from the coronavirus to 360.
Of the 360 deaths, 184 were listed as people in skilled nursing facilities and two were listed as homeless.
There were 713 new cases of the virus confirmed on Friday. In the last three days, there have been 2,714 new cases reported.
The cumulative case total is now 15,778 since testing began in March. The seven-day average, from June 24, rose to 445 a day.
According to the California Department of Health, there have been 107 COVID-19 deaths in Orange County in the last 14 days.
The county’s breakdown of deaths by age is as follows:
- 85 and older: 32% (116)
- 75-84: 27% (96)
- 65-74: 18% (62)
- 55-64: 12% (43)
- 45-54: 9% (32)
- 35-44: 2% (8)
- 25-34: 1% (3)
- 24 and younger: 0%
Data posted each day is preliminary and subject to change, officials emphasize. More information may become available as individual case investigations are completed.
Total cases by city:
Cases from June 2-July2:
Hospitalizations as of July 1:
Orange County total cases by ZIP code:
Click on the map below to see the county case counts by city:
Source: Orange County Register