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  3. Orange County Cases
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Where We’re At: Aug. 10

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Anaheim: 6,912 Cases

Anaheim is at a cumulative 6,912 past, active and recovered cases since reporting by city began in March, according to the Orange County Health Care Agency.

There were 122 new cases recorded across all of Anaheim’s seven ZIP codes on Aug. 10. There were 18 new cases among children ages 18 down to infants.

While Anaheim's second triple-digit new-case day in a row, the results are actually encouraging as they come on an even larger number of test results reported at nearly 11,000 countywide.

That's two to three times what we typically see on a given day, yet the number of new cases is relatively low given the volume of results.

The large number of test results reflects a catch-up in state processing of tests from labs.

Over the weekend, the state cleared a backlog of 295,000 cases from across California.

We are likely to see a large number of tests reported locally this week as the county continues to process backlogged data from the state.

We're looking for the technology issue that caused California's backlog to ease this week and bring more consistent reporting.

There were no Anaheim deaths recorded on Aug. 10. It's day three out of four with no deaths in our city.

When we see deaths recorded on any given day, they can be from several prior days or even weeks.

Anaheim has seen 171 people pass from complications of COVID-19, the condition caused by coronavirus.

Overall, Anaheim continues to see new cases but also a moderation from the high levels seen in early July, when the city peaked at 243 daily new cases on July 9.

Anaheim’s percentage of all Orange County cases has been declining and is at 17.1 down from 19.3 percent of countywide cases in June.

Anaheim’s cumulative cases represent 1.9 percent of our city’s total population of 359,339.

Here is a look at the latest data by ZIP codes in our city.

92804: southwest AnaheimAnaheim_ZipCodes_92804

Knott Avenue to the west to Euclid Street to the east, and from Lincoln Avenue to the north to Ball Road to the south. The ZIP code is the most populous in Anaheim. It is also home to the most skilled nursing facilities along and near Beach Boulevard.

  • Population: 92,854
  • Total Cases: 1,777 with 34 recorded in the past day
  • Nursing facility cases: 327 with none recorded in the past day
  • Deaths: 64 with 50 from nursing facilities; none recorded in the past day

92805: central AnaheimAnaheim_ZipCodes_92805

Santa Ana (I-5) Freeway to the west to State College Boulevard to the east, and from the Riverside (91) Freeway to the north to Orangewood Avenue to the south. The ZIP code has the second highest population.

  • Population: 75,069
  • Total cases: 1,667 with 19 recorded in the past day
  • Nursing facility cases: 64 with none reported in past day
  • Deaths: 31 with 14 from nursing facilities; none recorded in the past day  

92801: northwest AnaheimAnaheim_ZipCodes_92801

Western Avenue to the west to East Street to the east, Lincoln Avenue to the south to the Riverside (91) Freeway to the north.The ZIP code is home to the third highest population.

  • Population: 63,483
  • Total cases: 1,249 with 20 recorded in the past day
  • Nursing facility cases: 59 with none reported in past day
  • Deaths: 19 with four from nursing facilities; none recorded in the past day

 92802: central-south AnaheimAnaheim_ZipCodes_92802

Euclid Street to the west to the Santa Ana (I-5) Freeway to the east, and from Lincoln Avenue to the north to Orangewood Avenue to the south. The ZIP code has the fourth largest number of people.

  • Population: 44,456
  • Total cases: 868 with 26 recorded in past day
  • Nursing facility cases: 83 with none recorded in the past day
  • Deaths: 35 with 21 from nursing facilities; none recorded in the past day

 92806: central-east AnaheimAnaheim_ZipCodes_92806

State College Boulevard to the west to Tustin Avenue to the east, and from Orangethorpe Avenue to the north to the Santa Ana River to the south. The ZIP code has the fifth largest number of people.

  • Population: 41,980
  • Total cases: 815 with 11 recorded in the past day
  • Nursing facility cases: none
  • Deaths: 10; none recorded in the past day

92807: Anaheim Canyon, part of east AnaheimAnaheim_ZipCodes_92807

Tustin Avenue to the west to Fairmont Boulevard to the east, Orangethorpe Avenue to the north to Serrano Avenue to the south. The area has the sixth most people.

  • Population: 37,119
  • Total cases: 331 with nine recorded in the past day
  • Nursing facility cases: none
  • Deaths: six; none recorded in the past day

 92808: east AnaheimAnaheim_ZipCodes_92808

Fairmont Boulevard to the west into the eastern open space, from Riverside (91) Freeway to the north to southern city boundary. The ZIP code includes part of Anaheim’s eastern open space with no homes and has the fewest people.

  • Population: 21,603
  • Total cases: 157 with three recorded in the past day
  • Nursing facility cases: none
  • Deaths: listed as "less than five" since July 4 with three of Anaheim’s deaths now likely assigned to this ZIP code; none recorded in the past day

Among cities, Santa Ana has the most cases at 7,826, followed by Anaheim at 6,912, Garden Grove at 2,198, Fullerton at 1,829 and Huntington Beach at 1,810.

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