There have been 166 new coronavirus cases reported each day on average in the past week, up just slightly from 165 the week prior, and 139 for the week ending May 29.
There were 2,828 average daily tests done in the week ending June 11, down from 3,705 for the prior week. About 174,298 tests have been conducted to date, with 8,153 people testing positive, or 4.7%.
Of the total cases, 866 are from senior living facilities, and 385 are from Orange County jails; just five new cases have been reported from OC jails in the past week.
Eight new deaths were reported Friday, including four from senior living facilities, bringing the total to 210 deaths.
Santa Ana, Anaheim and Los Alamitos continue to have the highest cases per capita, while Placentia represents a growing hotspot, with nearly 29 cases per 10,000 residents, up from 25.6 a week ago.
For the week ending June 10, the last day hospital data was available, there were 295 hospitalizations and 139 ICU patients on average each day, up from 279 and 123 for the week prior.
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For a closer look at Orange County coronavirus data, see the Monday print edition of the Business Journal.