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  1. Anaheim Cases
  2. Orange County Cases
  3. Reopening
  4. Access to Testing
  5. Places of Worship
  6. Skilled Nursing Facilities
  7. Relief: Retail, Restaurants
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  18. Relaxed Parking Enforcement
  19. What to Do

Where We’re At: Sept. 22

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Anaheim: 8,896 Cases

Anaheim continues to see a decline in the rate of new cases.

Anaheim saw 21 new cases across six of its seven ZIP codes on Sept. 21, all from prior days.

The city is at a cumulative 8,896 past, active and recovered cases since reporting by city began in March, according to the Orange County Health Care Agency.

Anaheim has seen 830 cases among children, with three cases reported today.

As with overall cases, child cases are cumulative and reflect past, current and recovered cases.

Here is a breakdown of cases among children:

  • Infants to 3: 95
  • 4 to 9: 167
  • 10 to 12: 116
  • 13 to 14: 121
  • 15 to 18: 331

Click here to view more details (look for the "Children Cases-ZIP Map" tab at the bottom of the page), including a breakdown of children cases by ZIP code.

There were no Anaheim deaths recorded on Sept. 21.

Anaheim has seen 244 people pass from complications of COVID-19, the condition caused by coronavirus.

Our hearts go out to the family and friends who have lost someone dear to them.

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

Anaheim’s cumulative cases represent 2.4 percent of our city’s total population of 359,339.

The county reports a seven-day average testing positivity rate and a seven-day average daily case rate for each Anaheim ZIP code. 

Both indicators are calculated with a seven-day lag and are updated each Tuesday.

The daily case rate is calculated by dividing the seven-day daily case average by the ZIP code population then multiplying that by 100,000. For these rates, the county does not include cases among inmates or at skilled nursing facilities.  

These are the two indicators used by the state to determine which colored tier Orange County falls into for reopening. State calculations do include skilled nursing facility cases, though.

While ZIP data is helpful to understanding impact in Anaheim, the state and county look do not consider ZIP code data when looking at Orange County's progress toward reopening.

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: 2,265, with four recorded in the past day
  • Nursing facility cases: 362, with none recorded in the past day
  • Deaths: 89 with 64 from nursing facilities; one general population death recorded in the past day
  • Seven-day positivity rate: 8.2 percent, down from 8.3 percent the week prior
  • Seven-day case rate: 5.1, down from 7.7 the week prior

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: 2,178 with six recorded in the past day
  • Nursing facility cases: 65 with none reported in past day
  • Deaths: 46 with 14 from nursing facilities; none recorded in the past day  
  • Seven-day positivity rate: 11.7 percent, up slightly from 11.4 percent the week prior
  • Seven-day case rate: 4.8, down from 10.1 the week prior

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: 1,610, with three recorded in the past day
  • Nursing facility cases: 67 with none recorded in the past day
  • Deaths: 32 with 12 from nursing facilities; none recorded in the past day
  • Seven-day positivity rate: 8.1 percent, down from 8.3 percent the week prior
  • Seven-day case rate: 7, down from 9 the week prior

 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: 1,142, with four recorded in the past day
  • Nursing facility cases: 86, with none recorded in the past day
  • Deaths: 46 with 26 from nursing facilities; none recorded in the past day
  • Seven-day positivity rate: 8.1 percent, up from 7.8 percent the week prior
  • Seven-day case rate: 3.2, down from 6.4 the week prior

 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: 1,005, with two recorded in the past day
  • Nursing facility cases: none
  • Deaths: 15; none recorded in the past day
  • Seven-day positivity rate: 7.4 percent, up from 7 percent the week prior
  • Seven-day case rate: 3.1, down from 5.4 the week prior

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: 442, with two recorded in the past day
  • Nursing facility cases: none
  • Deaths: 10; none recorded in the past day
  • Seven-day positivity rate: 4.5 percent, down from 4.6 percent the week prior
  • Seven-day case rate: 5, down from 5.4 the week prior

 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: 196, with none 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
  • Seven-day positivity rate: 3.6 percent, up slightly from 3 percent the week prior
  • Seven-day case rate: 4, up from 2 the week prior

Among cities, Santa Ana has the most cases at 10,037, followed by Anaheim at 8,896, Garden Grove at 2,846, Fullerton at 2,381 and Orange at 2,374.

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