Covid 19 Orange County’s hospitalizations for coronavirus dropped below 200 again

Orange County’s hospitalizations for coronavirus dropped below 200 again

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Orange County’s hospitalizations for COVID-19 dipped under 200 again on Saturday.

There are presently 197 individuals hospitalized for the virus. The quantity of patients in ICUs additionally dropped to 43.

Orange County additionally announced 118 new instances of COVID-19 and 26 virus-related fatalities.

Officials are peering toward when the county may move into the orange tier of the state’s resuming framework, given the positive patterns in key measurements.

The case rate is right now 4 for each 100,000 occupants, however that doesn’t naturally impel the county into the orange tier. That won’t occur until April 7 at the soonest if the latest things proceed.

Orange County CEO Frank Kim said the county could make it to the orange tier sooner if the state approves it, as it did when officials permitted the county to move into the red tier early.

The county’s advancement could likewise depend on the quantity of individuals vaccinated.

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