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April 1, 2020 Orange County COVID-19 Report: New Cases Jump to 107, 3 Additional Deaths

 

 

 

Case Counts by Cities

CITY POPULATION1 TOTAL CASES
Aliso Viejo 51,372 6
Anaheim 359,339 56
Brea 45,606 4
Buena Park 83,384 19
Costa Mesa 115,830 12
Cypress 49,833 15
Dana Point 34,249 11
Fountain Valley 56,652 8
Fullerton 142,824 13
Garden Grove 175,155 12
Huntington Beach 203,761 39
Irvine 280,202 57
La Habra 63,542 5
La Palma 15,820 6
Laguna Beach 23,358 25
Laguna Hills 31,572 3
Laguna Niguel 66,748 16
Laguna Woods 16,518 ***
Lake Forest 86,346 11
Los Alamitos 11,721 ***
Mission Viejo 96,434 16
Newport Beach 87,180 54
Orange 141,691 17
Placentia 52,333 11
Rancho Santa Margarita 48,960 8
San Clemente 65,405 30
San Juan Capistrano 36,821 13
Santa Ana 337,716 36
Seal Beach 25,073 2
Stanton 39,307 1
Tustin 81,369 10
Villa Park 5,933 4
Westminster 92,610 7
Yorba Linda 68,706 19
Other* 163,300 16
Unknown**   44
All of Orange County 3,222,498 606

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3 Responses to April 1, 2020 Orange County COVID-19 Report: New Cases Jump to 107, 3 Additional Deaths

  1. Bloomfield Reply

    April 1, 2020 at 1:38 pm

    Cypress reporting 15 cases. City of Cypress is on the South side of the Del Amo Bridge over the Los Coyotes Flood Control. Cypress is home to Junior College.

  2. Ron Begar Reply

    April 1, 2020 at 2:36 pm

    We can all thank twiddlers Trump complete in action, China has four times the population yeah we have no more desk and will be way higher than China’s.

  3. Bloomfield Reply

    April 1, 2020 at 9:34 pm

    Cypress reporting 15 cases. City of Cypress is on the South side of the Del Amo Bridge over the Los Coyotes Flood Control. Cypress is home to Junior College. Data does not tell how many have deceased, so kind of misleading data.

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