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Orange County, CA COVID-19 Case Count

To become familiar with reporting data, please review the Glossary of Dashboard Terms and Data FAQs.

COVID-19 Data Frequently Asked Questions are available here

Glossary of Dashboard Terms are available here


Posted Date: 7/11/2020

Cases reported today are allotted to the date on when the individuals had their positive test specimen collected (specimen collection date). Labs can be delayed in reporting this information into the State CalREDIE reporting and surveillance system, which causes a delay in the County’s ability to report the data. Deaths reported today are allotted to the date when the person passed away (date of death), and only after the date of death is certified by the Orange County Office of Vital Records, which can take up to 8 days as required by California law. This process can cause a delay in the County’s ability to report the data.


Cumulative Cases to Date
(includes deaths)


1,315 SNF residents, 422 OC jail inmates, and 119 Persons Experiencing Homelessness

Daily COVID Positive Cases Received



Cumulative Deaths to Date


Includes 212 SNF residents, 15 ALF residents, 0 OC jail inmates, and 2 Persons Experiencing Homelessness

Deaths Reported Today


6 skilled nursing facility residents,
0 assisted living facility residents,
3 residents (not living in a facility)


Cumulative Tests To Date



Tests Reported Today



Cases Currently Hospitalized


*Includes ICU cases

Cases Currently in ICU


ICU - Intensive Care Units


Cumulative Recovered to Date


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

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.


Data dashboard – For best viewing of data tabs, zoom Desktop Version to 80%. Mobile Version can be adjusted by "pinching" your phone screen to adjust margins.


State of California – Business Reopening Guidance


The OC Health Care Agency strongly recommends that business owners and operators review the guidance that is relevant to your workplace, prepare a plan based on the guidance for your industry, and put it into action. When complete, you can post the industry-specific checklist (below) in your workplace.

View Orange County Business Openings and Guidance Documents tailored to specific industry types: