SANTA ANA (CBSLA) Orange County health officials on Wednesday announced its highest one-day total of corona virus-related deaths since the pandemic began, even as county officials called for an explanation of the data.
The number of deaths in the hit-26, along with a total of 354 new confirmed cases, according to the Orange County Health care Agency, which is the county’s totals 11,016 cases and 299 deaths.
Officials say the number of people hospitalized with the virus has risen from 349 in on Tuesday, and 363, but this time, as many as 30 people in Imperial County.
Supervisor Don Wagner-said that the hospitalization rate is inclusive of patients who have been taken to the hospital for a different problem, such as a “slip and fall” or “appendicitis”, but tested positive for the COVID-19.
There are also nine patients in Imperial County, and Orange County, with a bed as part of a plan to relieve it from an excess of patients in the Imperial County.
The confusion over the numbers asked to call on Her, and the Orange County Board of Supervisors Chair Michelle Steel, for a more detailed breakdown of the figures on the county’s web site.
“How in the world can you make decisions on medical matters, and we will make decisions on these amorphous data.” Wagner says.
With the 2,332 cases in the Santa Ana leads the county’s cities, followed by san diego, with 2,119. The high number of Orange County’s two largest cities and towns due to their population size, and the presence of several nursing homes in the two cities.
The province’s positive test for the corona virus is 6.7%, which is lower than the state standard of 8%, which in turn leads to a state in response to Dr. Clayton Chau of the Health care Agency’s executive director and interim chief
public health, he said.
The county also has more than enough beds in the hospitals and intensive care units, ” he said.