coronavirus:-322-new-cases-and-3-new-death-reported-in-orange-county-on-nov.-7

The Orange County Health Care Agency provides a daily update of testing results, deaths and other related metrics used to monitor the impact and spread of the coronavirus.

Here is a snapshot of the information provided Saturday, Nov. 7, on its website.

New cases reported: 322

Cumulative cases: 61,743

  • 2,367 were skilled nursing facility residents
  • 575 were inmates in county jails
  • 200 were homeless people

New deaths reported: 3

Cumulative deaths: 1,506

  • 693 were residents of skilled nursing or assisted living facilities
  • 5 were homeless people

Estimated recovered: 54,799

Hospitalizations: 199

Patients in ICUs: 72

New tests conducted: 8,050

Cumulative tests: 1,168,523

Confirmed cases by city or community (total since reporting began):

  • Aliso Viejo: 449
  • Anaheim: 10,562
  • Brea: 608
  • Buena Park: 1,779
  • Costa Mesa: 2,104
  • Coto de Caza: 57
  • Cypress: 637
  • Dana Point: 319
  • Fountain Valley: 601
  • Fullerton: 2,972
  • Garden Grove: 3,406
  • Huntington Beach: 2,706
  • Irvine: 2,021
  • La Habra: 1,693
  • La Palma: 177
  • Ladera Ranch: 198
  • Laguna Beach: 260
  • Laguna Hills: 360
  • Laguna Niguel: 534
  • Laguna Woods: 84
  • Lake Forest: 966
  • Los Alamitos: 240
  • Midway City: 140
  • Mission Viejo: 1,001
  • Newport Beach: 1,284
  • Orange: 2,859
  • Placentia: 1,104
  • Rancho Mission Viejo: 80
  • Rancho Santa Margarita: 412
  • Rossmoor: 73
  • San Clemente: 636
  • San Juan Capistrano: 671
  • Santa Ana: 11,854
  • Seal Beach: 319
  • Silverado: 43
  • Stanton: 739
  • Trabuco Canyon: 228
  • Tustin: 1,512
  • Villa Park: 68
  • Westminster: 1,219
  • Yorba Linda: 875

Data posted each day is preliminary and subject to change, officials emphasize. More information may become available as individual case investigations are completed. Also, the data on deaths in the county is compiled from death certificates or gathered through the course of case investigations and can take weeks to process, officials say.

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By Richard Moran

Richard Moran loves to write about sports with the Golden State Online. Before that, he worked as a senior writer at ESPN. Richard grew up in San Diego and graduated from the University of San Diego in 2004, after which he worked as an editor for five years.

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