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Ventura County COVID-19 cases now 274, 7 deaths

Ventura County COVID-19 Coronavirus

VENTURA COUNTY, Calif. - There are now 274 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ventura County, including seven deaths.

The County is releasing updated numbers every day.

159 people are under active quarantine, 54 people have been hospitalized at some point, and more than 5,200 people have been tested. 108 people are considered to be "recovered."

Of the seven people who have died, five of them were in their 70s and two people were in their 80s.

*The full breakdown of confirmed cases is as follows:

Summary Data#
New Cases20
TOTAL CASES263
Recovered Cases96
Ever Hospitalized52
Active Cases Under Quarantine160
DEATHS7
People Tested4,942
Confirmed Cases#
Travel Related13
Person-to-person acquired61
Community acquired142
Under investigation47
Total263
Ages & Sex of Confirmed AgeFemaleMale
Age 0-1721
Age 18-24135
Age 25-443330
Age 45-644963
Age 65+2839
Unknown00
Total125138
City#
Camarillo32
Moorpark17
Ojai4
Oxnard49
Port Hueneme3
Santa Paula4
Simi Valley61
Thousand Oaks40
Ventura23
Unincorporated Area – West2
Unincorporated Area – East28
Total263
City/Unincorporated Area#
Camarillo32
Lake Sherwood2
Moorpark17
Newbury Park7
Oak Park9
Oak View1
Ojai4
Oxnard49
Piru1
Port Hueneme3
Santa Paula4
Santa Rosa Valley1
Simi Valley61
Somis1
Thousand Oaks40
Ventura23
Westlake8
Total263

These totals are updated at 5 p.m.*

More details can be found at VCEmergency.com.

The community is still encouraged to stay at home to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. A list of essential businesses can be found here.

Ventura County Public Health Department is holding a 1 p.m. news briefing every weekday which can be seen on NewsChannel 3 and our website.


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