April 6 – April 12
Medical Equipment and Supplies
|Distributed Resources to the Community||Quantity*|
|PPE - suit||4,544|
|Outstanding Resource Requests from the State||Quantity*|
Procurement staff have proactively conducted donation outreach to more than 100,000 registered vendors in BidSync in addition to vetting donation requests on a daily basis.
Hospital Support, Communication, Readiness, and Response
Bed Preparedness for Surge
Table 1 includes the current bed capacity by bed type. As of 9:30 a.m. on April 13, OC hospitals are at 49% capacity (this does not include additional surge capacity in Table 2).
|Current Orange County Acute Care Hospital Bed Capacity|
|Surge (Expanded Capacity)||1,024|
|Total Hospital Beds||5,903|
|Additional Surge Locations|
|Surge Tents (due to arrive 4/15 and 4/29)||50|
|Region I - USNS Mercy||TBD|
*This number reflects information released by the Governor's office on April 6, 2020; the final number is still to be determined based on ongoing conversations with the State.
Vulnerable Population Experiencing Homelessness
The below data is reflective of responses from 15 shelter providers. The Office of Care Coordination continues to encourage the entire shelter community (34 programs) to provide data.
|Calls received at Access Referral Line||89|
|Calls that resulted in Referrals||25|
|Placements into Isolation Shelter for Individuals who are Sick/Symptomatic for COVID-19||10|
|Individuals Tested for COVID-19||8|
|Individuals Confirmed Positive for COVID-19||2|
|Individuals who Tested Negative for COVID-19||4|
|Individuals with Pending COVID-19 Test Results||2|
|Average Length of Stay in Isolation Shelter||5 days|
|Number of Exits by Program component||2|
|Reason for Exit||2 individuals no longer needed services|
|Exit Destination||1 individual exited to emergency shelter 1 individual is staying with family or friends|
Public Safety Net
|Hotline/Phone Number||Call Volume|
|Adult Protective Services||272|
|Child Abuse Registry||582|
|Community Counseling Support Services (HCA)||59|
|Economic Business and Recovery Call Center (OCCR)||301|
|Health Referral Line (HCA)||18,873|
|NAMI WarmLine (HCA)||1,368|
|Office on Aging Call Line (OCCR)||1,129|
|Orange County Public Information Line (EOC)||938 (Mon 4/6 to Fri. 4/10)|
*The SSA Call Center for public assistance benefits was down and unable to receive calls for the majority of Tuesday, April 7
In-Home Supportive Services
SSA has been individually calling all IHSS clients to check in on their wellness and if there are any unmet needs. During the week of April 6 - April 12, 4,435 clients were contacted, bringing the total number of clients contacted since March 16 to 34,613.
Public Assistance Applications
|Total Applications Received (4/6-4/11)|
There was a 41.4% increase in the number of applications submitted for public assistance benefits from the prior week.
Emergent Need Benefits
|Emergent Services (4/6 - 4/11)|
There was a 31.8% increase in the issuance of emergent need benefits from the prior week.
Vulnerable Population Response
Home Delivered Meals
Congregate Site Meals*
*Meals provided in a drive thru setting at senior centers.
|Measure||Number of Individuals|
|Quarantined (No symptoms)*||150|
|Medically Isolated (symptomatic)*||19|
*Current Number as of April 13, 2020.