Today’s OC COVID-19 case updateWe’ve posted today’s case count updates to ochealthinfo.com/novelcoronavirus. Data posted each day are always preliminary and subject to change. More information may become available as individual case investigations are completed. #OCCOVID19 ... See moreSee less

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Any comment on where these high death numbers are coming from day after day? On rising hospitalizations and ICU stays? It would help a lot to know where the virus is showing up so we can make rational decisions about where we go and what risk we take.

Today’s OC COVID-19 case updateWe’ve posted today’s case count updates to ochealthinfo.com/novelcoronavirus. Data posted each day are always preliminary and subject to change. More information may become available as individual case investigations are completed. #OCCOVID19 ... See moreSee less

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CALL TO ACTION - EMAILS BELOW - LIKE AND SHARE, COPY AND PASTE - GO FREEDOM FIGHTERS An open letter to the Government of Orange County: Dear Dr. Quick: As you know, civil unrest has beset our Country. Massive crowds of people have gathered to exercise their civil liberty, including Freedom of Speech and the Right to Free Assembly. If the COVID19 is as contagious as we've been told, these events will logically lead to massive spikes in COVID related illness. So far, this has not happened. On April 30th Governor Newsom closed Orange County beaches, claiming risk of disease transmission. It did not happen. On May 2nd, thousands gathered in protest of lockdown orders and beach closures at Huntington Beach Pier, again no spike in disease transmission. On May 9th, thousands more gathered again at Huntington Beach Pier. Yet again, no spike in cases. We are well beyond incubation period to draw conclusions about disease spread here. On May 26th, groups of tens of thousands gathered in hundreds of cities across the United States and around the world to protest the death of George Floyd. These events should be Superspreader Events of the worst kind. In the face of these Stage Four opening events, our public health officials have gone silent. The silence is deafening. After months of lecturing law abiding business owners to stay home and sit on their hands; "the risk of disease transmission is too high we were told." Now, protesters, looters and rioters have entered the streets en masse, completely ignoring personal distance rules, mask rules, personal contact rules, with hardly a word from the Governor, Health Care Officers, Mayors and other Government officials that so recently lectured us, daily about COVID risk. The narrative of disease contagion has lost all credibility. Open our economy, open it now, without restriction, without exception. To do anything less is irresponsible, reckless and dangerous. The Citizens of Orange County ETeam@ochca.com - Dr. Quick, Dr. Chau Michelle.Steel@ocgov.com Andrew.Do@ocgov.com Donald.Wagner@ocgov.com Fourth.District@ocgov.com Lisa.Bartlett@ocgov.com

Today’s OC COVID-19 case updateHi, #OC. We’ve posted today’s case count updates to www.ochealthinfo.com/novelcoronavirus. Effective June 3, 2020, the data source for positive COVID-19 hospital patients and ICU positive COVID-19 hospital patients is the California Department of Public Health daily inventory of hospital status. This data is entered by hospitals into an online web interface at the end of each day. The Orange County data represents the 26 hospitals with emergency receiving centers and licensed ICU beds. #OCCOVID19 ... See moreSee less

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CALL TO ACTION - EMAILS BELOW - LIKE AND SHARE, COPY AND PASTE - GO FREEDOM FIGHTERS An open letter to the Government of Orange County: Dear Dr. Quick: As you know, civil unrest has beset our Country. Massive crowds of people have gathered to exercise their civil liberty, including Freedom of Speech and the Right to Free Assembly. If the COVID19 is as contagious as we've been told, these events will logically lead to massive spikes in COVID related illness. So far, this has not happened. On April 30th Governor Newsom closed Orange County beaches, claiming risk of disease transmission. It did not happen. On May 2nd, thousands gathered in protest of lockdown orders and beach closures at Huntington Beach Pier, again no spike in disease transmission. On May 9th, thousands more gathered again at Huntington Beach Pier. Yet again, no spike in cases. We are well beyond incubation period to draw conclusions about disease spread here. On May 26th, groups of tens of thousands gathered in hundreds of cities across the United States and around the world to protest the death of George Floyd. These events should be Superspreader Events of the worst kind. In the face of these Stage Four opening events, our public health officials have gone silent. The silence is deafening. After months of lecturing law abiding business owners to stay home and sit on their hands; "the risk of disease transmission is too high we were told." Now, protesters, looters and rioters have entered the streets en masse, completely ignoring personal distance rules, mask rules, personal contact rules, with hardly a word from the Governor, Health Care Officers, Mayors and other Government officials that so recently lectured us, daily about COVID risk. The narrative of disease contagion has lost all credibility. Open our economy, open it now, without restriction, without exception. To do anything less is irresponsible, reckless and dangerous. The Citizens of Orange County ETeam@ochca.com - Dr. Quick, Dr. Chau Michelle.Steel@ocgov.com Andrew.Do@ocgov.com Donald.Wagner@ocgov.com Fourth.District@ocgov.com Lisa.Bartlett@ocgov.com

Today’s OC Covid-19 case updateHi, #OC. We’ve posted today’s case count updates to ochealthinfo.com/novelcoronavirus. Data posted each day are always preliminary and subject to change. More information may become available as individual case investigations are completed. #OCCOVID19 ... See moreSee less

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CALL TO ACTION - EMAILS BELOW - LIKE AND SHARE, COPY AND PASTE - GO FREEDOM FIGHTERS An open letter to the Government of Orange County: Dear Dr. Quick: As you know, civil unrest has beset our Country. Massive crowds of people have gathered to exercise their civil liberty, including Freedom of Speech and the Right to Free Assembly. If the COVID19 is as contagious as we've been told, these events will logically lead to massive spikes in COVID related illness. So far, this has not happened. On April 30th Governor Newsom closed Orange County beaches, claiming risk of disease transmission. It did not happen. On May 2nd, thousands gathered in protest of lockdown orders and beach closures at Huntington Beach Pier, again no spike in disease transmission. On May 9th, thousands more gathered again at Huntington Beach Pier. Yet again, no spike in cases. We are well beyond incubation period to draw conclusions about disease spread here. On May 26th, groups of tens of thousands gathered in hundreds of cities across the United States and around the world to protest the death of George Floyd. These events should be Superspreader Events of the worst kind. In the face of these Stage Four opening events, our public health officials have gone silent. The silence is deafening. After months of lecturing law abiding business owners to stay home and sit on their hands; "the risk of disease transmission is too high we were told." Now, protesters, looters and rioters have entered the streets en masse, completely ignoring personal distance rules, mask rules, personal contact rules, with hardly a word from the Governor, Health Care Officers, Mayors and other Government officials that so recently lectured us, daily about COVID risk. The narrative of disease contagion has lost all credibility. Open our economy, open it now, without restriction, without exception. To do anything less is irresponsible, reckless and dangerous. The Citizens of Orange County ETeam@ochca.com - Dr. Quick, Dr. Chau Michelle.Steel@ocgov.com Andrew.Do@ocgov.com Donald.Wagner@ocgov.com Fourth.District@ocgov.com Lisa.Bartlett@ocgov.com

Today’s OC COVID-19 case update‪We have posted today’s case count updates to ochealthinfo.com/novelcoronavirus. Data posted each day are always preliminary and subject to change. More information may become available as individual case investigations are completed. #OCCOVID19‬ ... See moreSee less

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County of Orange Social Services AgencyCome join us for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15th! This year's topics will focus on cyber threats and COVID-19. Please sign up for the virtual session at 2020ocweaad.eventbrite.com. ... See moreSee less

Today’s OC COVID-19 case updateWe’ve posted today’s updated case count information to ochealthinfo.com/novelcoronavirus. Data posted each day are always preliminary and subject to change. More information may become available as individual case investigations are completed. #OCCOVID19 ... See moreSee less

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Out of an abundance of caution, Whiting Ranch Wilderness Park will be closed through Friday, June 5 due to recent mountain lion activity. Members of the public and OC Parks staff reported multiple mountain lion sightings in the park on May 28 and 29. Orange County Parks rangers and California Department of Fish and Wildlife game wardens are investigating the sightings. Please visit OCParks.com for updates. ... See moreSee less

Out of an abundance of caution, Whiting Ranch Wilderness Park will be closed through Friday, June 5 due to recent mountain lion activity. Members of the public and OC Parks staff reported multiple mountain lion sightings in the park on May 28 and 29. Orange County Parks rangers and California Department of Fish and Wildlife game wardens are investigating the sightings. Please visit OCParks.com for updates.

If you are a family with children eligible for free or reduced-priced school meals, you may receive up to $365 in food benefits. Apply starting June 1 through June 30, 2020 at ca.p-ebt.org.Due to COVID-19, children who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals at school will get extra food benefits. These food benefits are called Pandemic EBT or P-EBT benefits. P-EBT benefits help families in California buy food when school is closed. For more info, visit: ca.p-ebt.org/info ... See moreSee less

If you are a family with children eligible for free or reduced-priced school meals, you may receive up to $365 in food benefits. Apply starting June 1 through June 30, 2020 at ca.p-ebt.org.

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So all that cash Trump sent the parents and children isn’t enough. We still have to buy their lunches.