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Information and Resources for Residents Regarding Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Guidance from State and County Officials:

The State of California has authorized the County of Orange to advance to an immediate Stage 2 reopening. This has allowed several business sectors to move to the next step in reopening with proper safety protocols in place. For more information and specific business reopening guidance, please visit the County’s website at:

Please visit the State's dedicated COVID-19 webpage


Orange County Health Care Agency Information:

Orange County Health Care Agency Dedicated COVID-19 Webpage

Orange County COVID-19 Cases by City 

As a follow-up to the State’s approval of an immediate Stage 2 reopening, the County’s Health Officer issued a new order with recommendations to help slow the spread of COVID-19 now that we’re accelerating into the later phase of Stage 2. The new order includes necessary preventative measures regarding the wearing of face coverings in public spaces, business re-opening guidelines, and instructions for persons exposed to COVID-19. Implementation of these guidelines was one of the criteria the California Department of Public Health considered before approving the plan to move further into Stage 2. Residents are encouraged to read the Health Officer’s Order in its entirety by clicking here.


Updated County Golf Course Guidance:

On April 21, the Orange County Board of Supervisors implemented guidelines to give some golf courses the ability to partially open for recreation. 


Social Media Resources:

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The community is encouraged to also review the reference documents below and take appropriate steps to protect public health and slow the rate of transmission of COVID-19.

California Department of Public Health Gathering Guidelines 

Governor Newsom's Executive Order N-29-20

Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-25-20 





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