ochealth‪Hi, #OC. We’ve posted today’s case count updates to www.ochealthinfo.com/novelcoronavirus. Data posted each day are always preliminary and subject to change. More information may become available as individual case investigations are completed. #OCCOVID19‬ ... See moreSee less

First 5 Orange County, Children and Families CommissionWe've compiled — and are frequently adding to — a list of resources for parents and families in Orange County. Please visit our website, occhildrenandfamilies.com/, and click on "COVID-19 Resources" for an updated list. ... See moreSee less

ochealth‪Hi, #OC. We’ve posted today’s case count updates to www.ochealthinfo.com/novelcoronavirus. Data posted each day are always preliminary and subject to change. More information may become available as individual case investigations are completed. #OCCOVID19‬ ... See moreSee less

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How many people have survived and recovered would be helpful to know.

Please reconsider the hotel where you are putting COVID 19 patients. It's in the heart of the senior community where I live. I know there are other hotels in Lake Forest that might be better suited. Thanks

ochealth#OC, we’ve updated today’s COVID-19 Case Counts and Testing Figures page on our dedicated website, www.ochealthinfo.com/novelcoronavirus. Remember to refresh your browsers. #OCCOVID19 ... See moreSee less

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Is there any way you could really believe they will or could be contained? Will you have locks on the OUTSIDE of their doors???

Orange County, California - Emergency Operations Center#OCCOVID19: Leave the N95 and surgical masks for our brave healthcare workers and first responders. Make your own face covering out of scarfs, bandanas, T-shirts, sweatshirts or towels or anything made of cotton, silk or linen so long as it covers your nose and mouth. bit.ly/3aEvLrE ... See moreSee less

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Remember this Lisa, the residents of Laguna Woods are voters and we'll vote you out of office

Lisa Bartlett Supervisor, Fifth District Orange County California 333 W. Santa Ana Blvd. Santa Ana, CA 92701 Dear Ms. Bartlett I am writing to request information on how you arrived at your decision to use the Ayres Hotel for COVID-19 patients and what your additional plans are for these sites. Please tell me: 1) how many hotels are on your list of possible sites for COVID-19 patients? 2) please list them-- their names and locations 3) what are the criteria by which you make your selections? 4) is there consideration for housing density, or residential density of the surrounding communities? is there consideration for the demographic profile of the community (i.e., the number of at-risk residents within the chosen community)? 5) is there consideration for the density of commercial and retail property use in the surrounding communities, and thus, the decreased proximity to residential concentrations? 6) who are the parties to this decision-making process? who makes the final choice on these arrangements? 7) do you consult with representatives of the communities where you have chosen to site COVID-19 patients? 8) what are your expectations of how selected hotels are to be managed? what rules have you established? 9) are you planning on testing for COVID-19 among any of the staff/employees of the hotels you are choosing? what ongoing precautions are being planned for their protection? 10) what are the plans for the management of infectious (or "red bag") waste? where will the wastes be stored in the hotel until they are taken away? which companies are under contract to manage the infectious wastes? 11) in the event of fatalities, what protocols are being established with the county coroner for transporting corpses? are you considering contingencies (such as a temporary morgue) if this becomes excessive? 12) what are your protocols for responding to outbreaks of infection that may occur in communities immediately adjacent to hotels you are choosing in which to concentrate COVID-19 patients? what contingencies are you establishing among first responders and treatment centers if such outbreaks may occur? Your timely reply will be greatly appreciated.

ochealth#OC, we’ve updated today’s COVID-19 Case Counts and Testing Figures page on our dedicated website, www.ochealthinfo.com/novelcoronavirus. Remember to refresh your browsers. #OCCOVID19 ... See moreSee less

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NO!!! To putting the homeless/Covid-19 patients at Ayres Hotel. Could not think of a better way to increase deaths in our, already, HIGH RISK community!!

Laguna Woods has perhaps ZERO cases of Covid 19, and it would be highly inappropriate to IMPORT any to this well behaved, but perhaps vulnerable senior community.

I suggest that whoever the 'employee' is that concocted this plan for misadventure becomes eligible for collecting Unemployment until further notice ! Our city was not even informed of this until after the plans were in place. How very inconsiderate !

Today is #CensusDay! Responding to the #2020Census is our civic duty. It affects funding for our communities, how we plan for the future, and our voice in government. Learn more from @CaliforniaCensus. #CaliforniaForAll #OCCounts ... See moreSee less

Today is #CensusDay! Responding to the #2020Census is our civic duty. It affects funding for our communities, how we plan for the future, and our voice in government. Learn more from @CaliforniaCensus. #CaliforniaForAll #OCcounts

Today’s OC COVID-19 case update#OC, we've updated today’s COVID-19 Case Counts and Testing Figures page on our dedicated website, www.ochealthinfo.com/novelcoronavirus. Quick link: occovid19.ochealthinfo.com/coronavirus-in-oc #OCCOVID19 ... See moreSee less

Today’s OC COVID-19 case update

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Please do not go forward with converting the Ayres Hotel in Laguna Woods to a shelter during the COVID-19 crises. I live in Laguna Woods that has an 80% senior population. This is not a good choice as a location.

Laguna Woods is one of the most secure and well-behaved neighborhoods as far a social distancing is concerned. Converting a hotel into a come-and-go shelter here, putting well-behaved seniors at risk, would be highly inadvisable. And somehow City consultation appears to have been bypassed. Residents should have a referendum option on this decision.

Thank you for your comments and concerns. Can you please call our office to get the updated and correct information. (714) 834-3550. Thanks!

How can this be happening in Laguna Woods? The seniors living there don’t deserve this! They are already high risk for contracting Covid-19. Please rethink this deal between the county and Ayres hotel!

Today’s County of Orange COVID-19 case update#OC, we’ve updated www.ochealthinfo.com/novelcoronavirus to include the number of individuals hospitalized today and and the number of those patients who require intensive care. Quick link: coronavirus.egovoc.com/coronavirus-in-oc #OCCOVID19 ... See moreSee less

Today’s County of Orange COVID-19 case update

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What cities did the deaths occur? Thank you.

Shut down the county beaches. Not just the parking lots. Dana Point issued 158 parking citations this weekend.