There were 270 average daily coronavirus cases reported in the past week, up from 182 last week, according to the OC Health Care Agency.
Average COVID-19 cases hit a new peak in the week ending yesterday, with 275 cases reported each day on average.
There were 3,454 average daily tests done in the week ending June 21, down from 3,871 for the prior week. About 217,700 tests have been conducted to date, with 10,595 people testing positive, or nearly 4.9%.
Of the total cases, 1,047 are from senior living facilities, and 389 are from Orange County jails; just three new cases have been reported from OC jails in the past week.
No new deaths were reported Monday, with 269 deaths to date, including 135 from skilled nursing facilities.
Los Alamitos has the highest cases per capita, with 75 cases per 10,000 residents, which city officials have attributed to a single nursing home that has generated most of the city’s confirmed infections.
For the week ending June 20, the last day hospital data was available, there were 330 hospitalizations on average each day, up from 301 the week prior.
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