Orange County reported 663 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 and three other deaths on Sunday, increasing the county’s total to 16,854 cases and 366 deaths.
The county’s cases included 1,218 residents of qualified care facilities, 406 prisoners and 111 homeless people, according to the OC Health Care Agency.
Of the three deaths announced on Sunday, one was resident in a qualified care facility and two were residents who did not live in a care facility. The total number of deaths includes 191 residents of qualified care facilities and 14 residents of assisted living facilities.
The number of hospital patients in Orange County rose from 594 on Saturday to 624, and the number of patients in the intensive care unit rose from 1
District officials reported that they had performed 266,502 COVID-19 tests with 8,350 documented restores.
The new numbers came when most of the county’s beaches were ready to reopen Monday after the closure on the weekend of July 4th to prevent the virus from spreading further.