County surpasses 10,000 COVID-19 cases, reports another 434 cases, 269 deaths to date

Numbers released by the OC Health Agency today, June 21, reflect that there have been 10,422 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Orange County to date, including 434 new cases reported today. This is the highest single-day increase in the County to date. 1,918 cases have been reported in the last seven days, 18.4 percent of the County’s cumulative case count.

Sadly, the County reports that 269 people have died due to COVID-19; two deaths were reported today.

The County reports 332 individuals are currently hospitalized with COVID-19; 133 are currently in ICU. 

Laguna Beach has a cumulative case count of 53 confirmed cases to date, a per capita rate of 2.269 cases per thousand residents.

The city with the highest per capita rate in OC is Los Alamitos, with 7.508 cases per thousand residents. 

Newport Beach has had 198 confirmed cases to date, a net increase of five cases today. Irvine has had 280 confirmed cases to date, a net increase of 18 cases today. Dana Point has had 39 confirmed cases to date, a net increase of one case today.

Santa Ana has had 2,189 confirmed cases to date, a net increase of 73 cases today. Anaheim has had 2,007 confirmed cases to date, a net increase of 83 cases today.

The County reports that 4,953 people have recovered from COVID-19 to date. Visit for recovery data criteria and more information.

Numbers are updated daily by Stu News Laguna.

Editor’s Note: The County reports that the June 20 and June 21 new case counts are higher due to “resolution of an electronic laboratory reporting delay” but does specify on which date(s) these positive cases should have been reported.

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Courtesy of OC Health Care Agency

Orange County COVID-19 case data, as of June 21;

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