SANTA ANA (CNS)— Lemon County wellness officials Jan. 11 documented another 29 COVID-19 virus fatalities, bringing the passing away toll to 2, 120.

The demise reports are staggered plus sometimes take weeks to become logged, but it’s crystal clear now that December was the deadliest month for the county because the outbreak began, along with 410 fatalities reported up to now.

That surfaces the summer peak when 379 died in July plus 367 succumbed to coronavirus within August, according to Orange Region Health Care Agency statistics.

Last week, the region reported 140 COVID-19 deaths. Since Sunday, the region has reported 79 fatalities.

The region also reported 3, 259 new COVID-19 diagnoses upon Monday, raising the total to 191, 861.

The number of sufferers hospitalized with coronavirus stinging up from 2, 216 on Sunday to two, 221, matching Saturday’s count number. The number of intensive care device patients dipped down from the record 547 on Weekend to 544.

Of Jan. 11’s twenty nine reported deaths, seven had been skilled nursing facility inhabitants and three resided within assisted living facilities. Because the pandemic began, 699 experienced nursing facility residents plus 235 assisted living service residents have died. There was 26, 231 tests documented Monday, raising the total to 2, 283, 663, according to the OCHCA.

County officials will work on setting up two “super sites, ” which will be introduced this week, where vaccines is going to be distributed. Orange County leader Frank Kim said it really is an effort to help hospitals dole out vaccines, because doctors and nurses are very overwhelmed with caring for sufferers now.

Sheriff’s officials reported a large decline in the number of Orange colored County Jail inmates contaminated with coronavirus, putting the quantity at 279, which includes twenty five newly booked prisoners. On the apparent peak of the break out late last month, one, 246 were infected.

Sheriff’s Sgt. Dennis Breckner said seven inmates are currently hospitalized and the section is awaiting the results of just one, 167 tests.

The county’s state-adjusted ICU bed availability continues to be at zero, and the unadjusted figure is 5. nine percent. The state created the particular adjusted metric to reveal the difference in beds readily available for COVID-19 patients and non-coronavirus patients.

The particular Southern California region are at zero ICU availability.