137 reported cases of COVID-19 in Newport Beach to date

Numbers released by the OC Health Agency today, May 22, reflect that there have been 137 reported cases of COVID-19 in Newport Beach to date.

Newport Beach, with a population of 87,180, has a per capita rate of 1.571 cases per thousand residents.

The city with the highest per capita rate in OC is Los Alamitos, with 5.375 cases per thousand residents. 

Huntington Beach has had 310 reported cases to date. Irvine has had 166 reported cases to date. Costa Mesa has had 89 reported cases to date. Laguna Beach has had 44 reported cases to date.

Santa Ana has had 885 reported cases to date, a net increase of 27 cases today. Anaheim has had 770 reported cases to date, a net increase of 12 cases today.

The County reports 368 cases to date in its “Other” category, which includes the aggregate case count of the unincorporated areas of the county that have less than five cases, plus cases incarcerated in Orange County jails.

There have been 4,941 cumulative reported cases to date in Orange County, including 108 new cases reported today. Sadly, the County reports that 118 people have died due to COVID-19. Six deaths were reported today; 14 deaths were reported yesterday; 10 deaths were reported the day before. 230 individuals are currently hospitalized with COVID-19; 95 are currently in ICU.

93,906 cumulative tests have been administered by the HCA Public Health Lab and commercial labs countywide to date, with a 5.3 percent positive rate.

Numbers are updated daily by Stu News Newport and reported on our Facebook page @StuNewsNewport.

137 reported cases of COVID 19

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