BREAKING NEWS April 13: Ventura County Stay Well at Home Order to be continued past April 19


Ventura County Supervisor Kelly Long, left, speaks at the beginning of the Ventura County government COVID-19 update. Updates from county government leaders are delivered Monday through Friday at 1 p.m. at .
Ventura County Public Health Officer Dr. Robert Levin reported at the Ventura County government videotaped COVID-19 update on April 13 that the Ventura County Public Health Stay Well at Home Order will be extended beyond April 19. That April 19 date was the original end date for the earlier Stay Well at Home Order. On April 14, he told the Ventura County Board of Supervisors that his next Stay Well at Home Order will go to May 15.
Also on April 14, Ventura County Public Health announced there are now 350 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ventura County and 13 deaths. The 350 number is 33 more than were reported on April 12, due to a lag in reporting positive tests over the holiday weekend.
To watch the Ventura County government update on Monday, April 13, visit, click on to daily video update, and then click on the second video on the top left of the screen.
To watch the county officials' update on the local COVID-19 response to the Ventura County Board of Supervisors on April 14, visit:


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