Orange County Health Care Agency

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Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer is proud to announce the launch of a comprehensive pilot program to help reduce recidivism by connecting individuals who commit low-level crimes with mental health and substance abuse services before criminal charges are filed. FIRST Point Diversion Program – which stands for Focused Intervention …continue reading

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In response to declining COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations across the state, the California Department of Public Health has issued updated COVID-19 guidance on masking.  As of March 1, masks are no longer required for unvaccinated individuals, but are strongly recommended for all individuals in most indoor settings. Masks are still …continue reading

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The National Weather Service (NWS) has forecasted cold overnight temperatures throughout inland, coastal and south Orange County cities beginning Tuesday, February 22 through Sunday, February 27. Overnight temperatures in several areas will dip to the low 40s with Thursday night forecast to drop into the mid-high 30s. Colder-than-normal temperatures increase …continue reading

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In anticipation of increased gatherings during the Lunar New Year holiday and due to high COVID-19 hospitalizations, the OC Health Agency urges residents and visitors to strictly follow proper masking, proper hand-hygiene, physical distancing, and other non-medical preventative measures to minimize further spread of the highly transmissible Omicron variant.   …continue reading

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With COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations surging in Orange County, the OC Health Agency strongly urges residents and visitors to strictly follow proper masking, proper hand-hygiene, physical distancing, and other non-medical preventative measures to minimize further spread of this highly transmissible variant. Between January 6 and January 12, the seven-day average …continue reading

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In anticipation of increased gatherings and travel over the holidays and due to growing cases of the Omicron variant nationwide and around the world, the OC Health Care Agency (HCA) is issuing strong recommendations for boosters, testing before and after gatherings and travel, and masking indoors. “This is a critical …continue reading

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In response to rising cases and hospitalizations statewide due to COVID-19 and to slow the spread of the Delta and Omicron variants, the California Department of Public Health has issued the following updated guidance: Universal Indoor Masking: Masks are required to be worn in all indoor public settings, regardless of …continue reading

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The National Weather Service (NWS) has forecasted cold overnight temperatures throughout inland and coastal Orange County cities beginning Friday, December 10 through Monday, December 13. Overnight temperatures in some areas will dip to the low 40s. Colder-than-normal temperatures increase the risk of cold-related illnesses like hypothermia, especially for those who …continue reading