January 18, 2022

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Coronavirus Cases In San Clemente: 41 Test Positive

SAN CLEMENTE, CA —The number of new coronavirus cases have topped 1,000 as of Wednesday. The Orange County Health Care Agency confirmed that 1,016 residents have tested positive for new coronavirus. An additional 91 cases were reported, in a jump from recent days in Orange County.

On Wednesday, two more men died as a result of the virus, bringing the total to 17 deaths.

“Stay home, except for essential needs, and help flatten the curve,” OC Health Care Agency said.

The number of those hospitalized and in intensive care units in Orange County declined overnight, with 99 people hospitalized and 59 of those listed as still in the ICU.

The hospitals where people have been admitted into care were not released. The results include figures from 20 area hospitals out of 25 hospitals that report data to the Orange County Health Care Agency.

“Numbers fluctuate day-by-day due to changes in patient conditions,” according to OC Healthcare’s website. All data is “gathered daily, at one point in time.”

An additional 484 patients were tested since Tuesday, bringing the total of Orange County residents tested for coronavirus to 11,791, according to OC Healthcare.

Public health labs and commercial labs have the ability to test 1,637 more people on Tuesday, they say.

Of those who have died in Orange County:

  • 9 over the age of 65-years old.

  • 2 were between 25-34 years old.

  • 1 person was between 35-44 years old

  • 5 people were between 45-64 years old.

Ten of the deceased were men, and seven were women.

City Counts of Coronavirus Infected Residents:

  • Aliso Viejo: 11 cases

  • Anaheim: 104 cases

  • Brea: 5 cases

  • Buena Park: 31 cases

  • Costa Mesa: 21 cases

  • Cypress: 23 cases

  • Dana Point: 11 cases

  • Fountain Valley: 15 cases

  • Fullerton: 23 cases

  • Garden Grove: 28 cases

  • Huntington Beach: 73 cases

  • Irvine: 89 cases

  • La Habra: 20 case

  • La Palma: 11 cases

  • Ladera Ranch: 8 cases

  • Laguna Beach: 34 cases

  • Laguna Hills: 11 cases

  • Laguna Niguel: 25 cases

  • Laguna Woods: 6 cases

  • Lake Forest: 16 cases

  • Los Alamitos: * (see below)

  • Mission Viejo: 27 cases

  • Newport Beach: 78 cases

  • Orange: 34 cases

  • Placentia: 22 cases

  • Rancho Santa Margarita/Dove Canyon: 8 cases

  • San Clemente: 41 cases

  • San Juan Capistrano: 18 cases

  • Santa Ana: 74 cases

  • Seal Beach: 3 case

  • Stanton: 2 cases

  • Trabuco Canyon: 7 cases

  • Tustin: 19 cases

  • Villa Park: * (see below)

  • Westminster: 14 cases

  • Yorba Linda: 32 cases

  • *OTHER: 19 cases

(includes unincorporated areas of the county and cities with under 25,000 residents and under 5 cases of coronavirus reported)

OC Healthcare continues to monitor the 3.2 million residents of Orange County, as testing continues to expand in the region.

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Signs and Symptoms

If you are showing symptoms, such as fever, cough, or shortness of breath, self-isolate within your home, and stay away from loved ones.

If you are an employer or employee at an essential location, stay home.

“You should self-isolate until you have symptom improvement, and your fever has not returned for 72-hours,” OC Healthcare advises. “Self-isolation should last for at least 7 days.”

If your symptoms get worse, call your doctor. If your symptoms are dire, such as pain in your chest, inability to draw breath, call 911.

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This article originally appeared on the San Clemente Patch

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