Average daily coronavirus cases reported in Orange County surpassed 200 for the first time, with 207 average cases for the week ending June 16.
That’s up from 157 during the week prior, and 141 for the week ending June 2.
For the five weeks ending June 16, Irvine had 113 new cases, which is almost double the 61 cases reported for the five weeks ending May 12.
Los Alamitos, Santa Ana and Anaheim continue to represent the most cases per capita, with 83, 57 and 48 cases per 10,000 residents, respectively.
There were 2,720 average daily tests done in the week ending June 15, down from 3,584 for the prior week. Nearly 187,130 tests have been conducted to date, with 8,999 people testing positive, or 4.8%.
Of the total cases, 964 are from skilled nursing facilities, and 387 are from Orange County jails.
There were 12 deaths reported Tuesday, all of which came from skilled nursing facilities, with 233 deaths to date, half of which from nursing facilities.
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For a closer look at Orange County coronavirus data, see the Monday print edition of the Business Journal.