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Attend a COVID Information Townhall

Upcoming Events:

Join a free webinar to have your questions answered about the COVID-19 vaccines for young children, with local Pediatric medical professionals on Tuesday, July 12, 2022 at 6 p.m. Hosted by the American Academy of Pediatrics-OC, the webinar will be hosted in English, with Spanish interpretation available. Register HERE. Download Flyer

Each Thursday from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. join Latino Health Access Promotores and Doctors to talk about COVID Vaccine information. Visit www.facebook.com/lhaorg

Join us every other Tuesday at 6 p.m. to view "Your Health Matters OC" talk show featuring HCA County Health Officers and other health care professional guests to discuss a wide variety of health topics impacting OC Residents. Upcoming show dates and topics can be found here: https://www.ochealthinfo.com/about-hca/directors-office/your-health-matters-oc. You are invited to email your questions in advance and during the show to yourhealthmatters@ochca.com. The show can be seen on our www.Youtube.com/ochealthinfo or www.Facebook.com/ochealthinfo.

 

 View Educational Videos

Listed below are townhall video recordings and other educational videos from trusted sources about COVID-19, variants, and vaccine safety and effectiveness. New videos will be added as they become available, visit often.

The Most Vulnerable Kids: What 5-to-11-Year Olds Need to Recover From the Covid-19 Pandemic. A panel interview including Sohil Sud, MD, MA, Associate Clinic Professor of Pediatrics, Veronica Kelley, DSW, LCSW, HCA’s Chief of Mental Health and Recover Services, Beth Jarosz, US Programs and Deputy Director for KidsData, Jennifer Miller, MD, East Bay Pediatrics. Please find below the link to the video of today's conference:

English (Audio Only Here) | Spanish | Mandarin | Korean

The Health Initiative of the Americas of the Department of Health and Human Services created a national summit where experts discussed the new Covid-19 conditions to help protect the community from the virus and its variants. As part of the Juntos SI Podemos (Together We Can) campaign, videos, fact sheets and recommendations were created ranging from How to Get Screened for COVID at Home, to How to Protect Your Children by Testing for COVID-19 and New Eligibility for the COVID Booster Vaccine. LINK: https://hia.berkeley.edu/

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La Iniciativa de Salud de las Américas del Departamento de Salud y Servicios Humanos creó una cumbre nacional en la que los expertos debatieron sobre las nuevas condiciones del Covid-19. Como parte de la campaña Juntos SI Podemos, se crearon videos, hojas informativas y recomendaciones que van desde Cómo hacerse la prueba de detección de COVID en casa, hasta Cómo proteger a sus hijos haciéndoles la prueba de COVID-19 y la nueva elegibilidad para la vacuna de refuerzo de COVID. Vea y comparta esta información: LINK: https://hia.berkeley.edu/

Latino Health Access “Ask the Doctors” video series with local health experts and promotoras. View weekly video series in Spanish or English by visiting: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFELZbjmfu9Lqzjt1jG4T2g.

View the AAP-OC Chapter COVID-19 Updates, Part 2. Local physicians provide updates and answer questions about current trends in COVID-19 as it impacts our children and families.  Expert physicians include: Jasjit Singh, MD; Eric Ball, MD and Chulie Ulloa, MD.  View Video in English, Spanish

The AAP-OC Chapter hosted local expert physicians to answer questions about the COVID-19 vaccine for children and family members.  Expert local physicians include Jasjit Singh, MD, Pediatric Infectious Disease, CHOC and Eric Ball, MD, Pediatrician, CHOC Primary Care Network. For more information, visit aap-oc.org/covid-19-resources/. View Video https://vimeo.com/655426000

Get the latest information about COVID-19, Vaccines, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention information. Hosted by Santa Ana College, Latina Health Access, and Altamed.  View Video: EnglishSpanish

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Orange County, CA COVID-19 Case Count & Vaccines Administered

Posted Date: 7/1/2022

Please note that these counts represent cases from 6/28/22 to 6/30/22.

 

Cumulative Cases to Date
(includes deaths)

604,055

6,544 SNF residents, 3,430 OC jail inmates, and 1,879 Persons Experiencing Homelessness

Daily COVID Positive Cases Received

3,826

 

Cumulative Deaths to Date
 

7,126

Includes 1,354 SNF residents, 714 ALF residents, 2 OC jail inmates, and 21 Persons Experiencing Homelessness

Deaths Reported Today
 

23

2 skilled nursing facility residents,
0 skilled nursing facility staff,
2 assisted living facility residents,
0 OC Jail inmates,
0 Persons Experiencing Homelessness,
19 residents (not living in a facility)

 

Cumulative Tests To Date
 

9,424,335

Updated Tuesdays

Tests Reported This Week
 

61,920

Updated Tuesdays

Cases Currently Hospitalized
 

212*

*Includes ICU cases

Cases Currently in ICU
 

32

ICU - Intensive Care Units

 

Cumulative Recovered to Date

571,551*

Numbers fluctuate day-by-day due to changes in patient condition(s). Data are gathered daily at one point in time.

ZIP Code Testing Positivity with School Boundaries

Additional data on Orange COVID-19 cases are available on the dashboard links below including: demographics of cases and deaths by city and zip code, and CDPH monitoring.

 

For best viewing of data, use Desktop to Mobile version to view charts and use Data Maps link to view data in map format.
 

Key data displayed on HCA’s COVID-19 data dashboard are available to download using the County of Orange Open Data Portal under the “Health” icon at: http://data-ocpw.opendata.arcgis.com/.

 

Vaccines Administered in OC

Data updated on 6/28/2022
*As reported through the California immunization Registry (CAIR2) Snowflake

Note: This vaccine data will be updated weekly. This summary includes first and second doses administered between 8/1/2020 and 6/26/2022. These data report on vaccinations received by Orange County residents. Residents from other counties who may have received some or all of their doses from a vaccinator in Orange County will no longer be reported here.

 

FULLY VACCINATED PERSONS – PRIMARY SERIES

 

Number of Persons

2,326,588

Fully Vaccinated

 

VACCINE BOOSTER / ADDITIONAL DOSES
 

 

Number of Persons

1,335,414

 

For Full Vaccines Administered in OC Report, click HERE.