Coronavirus hospitalizations continue to drop in Orange County; no new COVID deaths reported – KABC-TV

Regals Edwards Aliso Viejo & & IMAX theater likewise opened Saturday.
Meanwhile, AMC had re-opened its Orange County multiplexes since Saturday, consisting of the Anaheim GardenWalk 6, Dine-In Fullerton 20, Orange 30, and Tustin 14 at The District.
AMC places have similar capability restrictions and safety procedures in location for visitors and employees.

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ANAHEIM, Calif. (CNS)– Orange County authorities on Sunday reported 170 brand-new cases of COVID-19 and no extra deaths, bringing the countys totals to 50,930 cases with 1,093 casualties.
Hospitalizations in the county continued to drop, falling from 215 Saturday to 196, while the variety of intensive care system patients dropped from 65 to 58, according to the Orange County Health Care Company.

Orange County was upgraded from the purple to the red tier in Californias coronavirus monitoring system recently. The move permitted for churches, theaters and other businesses to resume indoor operations, however with rigorous limits on capability and other health procedures in location.
Churches, restaurants and theaters are limited to 25% capability or 100 people, whichever is less. Aquariums, museums and zoos also may reopen indoor activities at 25% capacity. Shopping centers may expand from 25% capability to half-capacity under the red tier, while health clubs can resume, but at 10% capacity.

The theater chains are setting up lots of other security procedures also.
Regal guests will be required to use face masks at all times while in the auditoriums unless eating and drinking. 2 empty seats will be maintained between groups, and the chain is “increasing our fresh air intake by 50% -100% above regular levels (which will assist distribute more fresh air throughout auditoriums).”.
Regal workers will undergo daily health screenings consisting of temperature checks where mandated, will be required to wash their hands every 30 to 60 minutes, and all employees will be needed to use masks.
Visitors can acquire concessions with a mobile app while in the theater, but menu offerings have actually been reduced, and self-service condiment stands are closed.

The countys daily case count per 100,000 individuals stands at 5.2, and the seven-day rate of citizens testing positive for the coronavirus is 4.2%.
The OCHCA reported that 737,558 COVID-19 tests have actually been performed, consisting of 5,136 reported Sunday. There have actually been 45,197 documented recoveries.
The numbers came as people were returning to film theaters throughout the county this weekend. Regal Cinemas re-opened at Irvine Spectrum and AMC opened its larger places across the county– both with restricted capability to defend against further spread of the infection.
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