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OC’s Case Rate Remains Lower than Neighboring Counties

Orange County’s average case rate remains lower than neighboring counties for an average of nine cases per 100,000 residents, compared with San Bernardino County’s 18 cases per 100,000 residents and Los Angeles’ 17 per 100,000 residents, according to the New York Times’ database. 

 

As of Wednesday, over 71% of Orange County’s total population has been fully vaccinated, while just under 40% has received a booster dose.

As of Wednesday, over 71% of Orange County’s total population has been fully vaccinated, while just under 40% has received a booster dose.

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Audrey Kemp
Audrey Kemp
Audrey Kemp is a staff reporter and occasional photojournalist for the Orange County Business Journal. Her beats include — but are not limited to — healthcare, startups, and education. While pursuing her bachelors in literary journalism at UC Irvine, she interned for New York-based magazine Narratively Inc., wrote for Costa Mesa-based lifestyle magazine Locale, and covered the underground music scene for two SoCal-based music publications. She is an unwavering defendant of the emdash and the Oxford comma.
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