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Here’s the latest list of Orange County communities with coronavirus cases

Orange County sheriff's deputies wear protective masks as they keep an eye on a protest Saturday in Laguna Woods.
(Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)

Orange County continues to see a gradual increase in coronavirus infections, as its overall case count hit 931 Tuesday.

Along with 50 new cases, health officials also confirmed the county’s 15th coronavirus-related death.

Countywide, 129 people are currently hospitalized. Of those, 75 are in intensive care.

To date, 11,307 people have been tested for COVID-19 countywide — up 818 from Monday.

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“Please stay home as much as possible, wash your hands regularly and, while face coverings are not a substitute for physical distancing or frequent hand-washing, wearing some kind of face covering could provide additional benefit when you absolutely must leave home for essential activities,” county Supervisor Andrew Do said Monday.

The CDC now recommends that the public wear cloth face masks while also urging that high-grade equipment be reserved for medical personnel.

Age breakdown of cases:
0-17 — 8
18-24 — 82
25-34 — 146
35-44 — 140
45-64 — 376
65+ — 179

Age breakdown of deaths:
25-34 — 2
35-44 — 1
45-64 — 4
65+ — 8

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In our effort to cover this pandemic as thoroughly as possible, we’d like to hear from the loved ones of people who have died from the coronavirus.

Cases by community:
Aliso Viejo — 10
Anaheim — 95
Brea — 4
Buena Park — 30
Costa Mesa — 21
Cypress — 22
Dana Point — 11
Fountain Valley — 14
Fullerton — 21
Garden Grove — 24
Huntington Beach — 67
Irvine — 82
La Habra — 17
La Palma — 10
Ladera Ranch — 8
Laguna Beach — 34
Laguna Hills — 9
Laguna Niguel — 21
Lake Forest — 14
Mission Viejo — 23
Newport Beach — 75
Orange — 32
Placentia — 21
Rancho Santa Margarita — 7
San Clemente — 40
San Juan Capistrano — 17
Santa Ana — 65
Seal Beach — 3
Stanton — 2
Trabuco Canyon — 5
Tustin — 17
Westminster — 14
Yorba Linda — 28
Other — 20
Unknown — 48

Note: The “other” category includes unincorporated areas and cities that have fewer than 25,000 residents and fewer than five cases. Daily updates are preliminary and subject to change as the county receives new information.

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