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.
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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