Coronavirus cases continue to fall in Orange County with 214 cases reported each day on average in the past week.
That figure is down 17% from the week prior and is a far cry from the 1,036 average daily cases reported in the week ending Feb. 1.
Orange County’s case figures hit an all-time high of 3,523 average cases in the first week of January, and have been on a steady decline since.
The county is still in the most restrictive purple tier but gets closer each week to the red tier; its case rate fell from 20.7 to 11.9 last week. The county needs a case rate below 7 to exit the purple tier.
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