Average daily coronavirus cases in Orange County fell below the 1,000 mark this week, with about 790 reported each day on average in the week ending Thursday.

That’s down from the two case peaks seen in the county during the months of July and January.

The county saw its first case surge last summer, with average cases hitting a peak of nearly 890 at the start of July.

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After a few months of declines, cases once again jumped, in time surpassing the prior peak and hitting what’s now the current high of about 3,500 average daily cases seen in the week ending Jan. 8.

Cases have been on the decline since then, with California lifting its mandatory stay-at-home order in late January.

The average 790 cases reported this week is down more than 40% from the week prior.

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