For UC Irvine Public Health Professor Andrew Noymer, passing the 10,000-case mark is only psychologically significant. “People seem to think round numbers are important,” he said. “Every case is a grim line.” There were 10,595 known COVID-19 cases in Orange County as of Monday — 269 people have died. The Orange County Health Care Agency estimates that 5,075 — about half of known cases — have recovered.
As Orange County passes 10,000 coronavirus cases, it slips back toward a Stage 2 limit
Orange County Register, June 23, 2020
June 23, 2020