There have been 151 deaths attributed to coronavirus in the past two weeks, which is flat from the two weeks prior, when there were 149 new deaths.
Nearly half of those 151 new deaths—11 per day on average—have come from Anaheim and Santa Ana, which continue to experience higher case and death rates than the rest of the county.
In the past two weeks, Anaheim and Santa Ana have reported about 2,680 new COVID-19 cases, representing 45% of all new Orange County cases in that time frame.
The two cities have 15,369 cumulative cases, representing 36% of total Orange County cases, and 382 deaths, representing 50% of the total 769 deaths in the county.
About 44% of all OC deaths have come from assisted living and nursing home facilities.
Anaheim has 542 nursing home cases and 93 nursing home deaths; Santa Ana has 384 nursing home cases and 75 deaths.
Other notable North County hotspots including Orange, Huntington Beach, Garden Grove and Fullerton which have 148 deaths in total.
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