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172 new COVID-19 cases in Ventura County Tuesday

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The first graph from Ventura County Public Health shows cases in the 93023 Ojai ZIP code area. The second graph shows the cases in the 93022 ZIP code Oak View area. The third graph gives an overview of COVID-19 numbers in Ventura County.

 

Ojai Valley confirmed COVID-19 numbers have increased slightly, with seven new cases in the last 14 days in the Ojai ZIP code, and eight new cases in the last 14 days in the Oak View ZIP code.

 
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Three more Ventura County residents are reported to have died with COVID-19 since the last report on Monday, bringing
the total number of people in Ventura County who have died with COVID-19 to 56.
So far, there have been a total of 32
confirmed cases ever of COVID-19 in the Ojai area and a total of 18 confirmed

7 15 NUMBERScases ever in the Oak View area.
A total of 172 new cases were reported Tuesday over the day before. On July 13, there were a reported total of 373 new cases from the previous Friday through Sunday, since COVID-19 numbers are no
longer reported on the weekend. 
The latest numbers can be accessed at www.venturacountyrecovers.org  and the ZIP codes can be typed into a graph to see the latest numbers of COVID-19 cases available from Ventura County Public Health.
A press conference with Ventura County government officials about COVID-19, focusing on farmworker safety and agriculture, will be live streamed Wednesday, July 15, at 1 p.m. at: https://vimeo.com/436893812
 
Speaking at the July 15 press conference are:
Supervisor Kelly Long, board chair, Ventura County Board of Supervisors
Rigo Vargas, Director, Ventura County Public Health
Dr. Robert Levin, Public Health officer, Ventura County Public Health
Barry Zimmerman, chief deputy director, Ventura County Health Care Agency
Ed Williams, agricultural commissioner
Israel Vasquez-Nicolas, program administrator, Ventura County Farmworker Resource Program
Angeles Small, Community Services coordinator, Logrando Bienestar, Ventura County Behavioral Health 
Harold Edwards, president and CEO, Limoneira Co.

Mike Powers, county executive officer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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