June 4, 2021
Anaheim continues to recover from the coronavirus outbreak with vaccines, testing, community assistance and updates at Anaheim.net/coronavirus and on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

The newsletter is a weekly summary. This week's issue includes:

  • Anaheim and OC case update
  • Vaccines

We thank everyone in Anaheim for doing your part to fight coronavirus in our community, and we want you to know that as your city, we're here for you.
Anaheim cases
We continue to see low COVID-19 case numbers for Anaheim and Orange County as vaccinations stop the spread of the virus.

Anaheim saw an increase of 27 cases in the past seven days, down from 33 new cases the week prior, while Orange County saw 207 new cases, down from 218 last week.

Anaheim is at a cumulative 42,027 cases, with 5,407 among children. 

Orange County is at a cumulative 255,371 cases, with 26,778 among children.

Sadly, Anaheim has seen 886 people pass from complications of COVID-19, the condition caused by coronavirus. The county has seen a total of 5,073 deaths.

Our hearts go out to the families who have lost someone dear to them.

Anaheim and Orange County are currently in yellow Tier 4, the most permissive in the state's reopening framework.

The colored, restrictive tier system is set to be retired on June 15, with Anaheim, Orange County and all of California moving to largely normal operations. The next phase of reopening is known as Beyond the Blueprint.

You can see more at Anaheim.net/reopening.

The county's current case rate is 0.9 per 100,000 residents.

The county's current positivity rate is 0.6 percent.

The county's current positivity rate among our harder-hit, low-income communities is 0.7 percent.

We continue to dispense vaccines in our city at community centers and mobile clinics in neighborhoods. Vaccines are also widely available through pharmacies and other healthcare providers.

In our data below we include the percent of Anaheim residents vaccinated in the age 65 and older and age 64 and under groups. About 64 percent of Anaheim residents have received at least one dose on their way to full vaccination.

See more on vaccines below.

Here's a look at the latest data by ZIP codes in our city.

92804: southwest Anaheim

Knott Avenue to the west to Euclid Street to the east, and from Lincoln Avenue to the north to Ball Road to the south. The ZIP code is the most populous in Anaheim. It is also home to the most skilled nursing facilities along and near Beach Boulevard.

  • Population: 92,854
  • Total Cases: 10,286, with 12 reported in the past week
  • Nursing facility cases: 701, with one reported in the past week
  • Deaths: 312 with 151 from nursing facilities; one nursing facility death recorded in the past week in a data adjustment
  • Seven-day positivity rate: 1.5 percent, up from 1 percent the week prior
  • Seven-day case rate: 2.2, up from 1.1 the week prior
  • Vaccinated, 65 and older: 80.5 percent
  • Vaccinated, 64 and younger: 43.2 percent

92805: central Anaheim

Santa Ana (I-5) Freeway to the west to State College Boulevard, and from the Riverside (91) Freeway to the north to Orangewood Avenue to the south. The ZIP code has the second highest population.

  • Population: 75,069
  • Total Cases: 9,881, with six cases reported in the past week
  • Nursing facility cases: 104, with none reported in the past week
  • Deaths: 163 with 22 from nursing facilities; none recorded in the past week
  • Seven-day positivity rate: 0.6 percent, down from 0.9 percent the week prior
  • Seven-day case rate: 0.7, down from 0.9 the week prior
  • Vaccinated, 65 and older: 84.7 percent
  • Vaccinated, 64 and younger: 42.7 percent

92801: northwest Anaheim

Western Avenue to the west to East Street to the east, Lincoln Avenue to the south to the Riverside (91) Freeway to the north. The ZIP code is home to third highest population.

  • Population: 63,483
  • Total cases: 7,730, with two reported in the past week
  • Nursing facility cases: 147, with one reported in the past week
  • Deaths: 153 with 35 from nursing facilities; one nursing facility death recorded in the past week
  • Seven-day positivity rate: 0.4 percent, down from 1.3 percent the week prior
  • Seven-day case rate: 0.4, down from 1.8 the week prior
  • Vaccinated, 65 and older: 88.3 percent
  • Vaccinated, 64 and younger: 42.8 percent

92802: central-south Anaheim

Euclid Street to the west to the Santa Ana (I-5) Freeway to the west, and from Lincoln Avenue to the north to Orangewood Avenue to the south. The ZIP code has the fourth largest number of people.

  • Population: 44,456
  • Total cases: 5,364, with three reported in the past week
  • Nursing facility cases: 186, with none reported in the past week
  • Deaths: 127 with 49 from nursing facilities; none recorded in the past week
  • Seven-day positivity rate: 0.9 percent, up from 0.4 percent the week prior
  • Seven-day case rate: 1, up from 0 the week prior
  • Vaccinated, 65 and older: 77.8 percent
  • Vaccinated, 64 and younger: 42.6 percent

92806: central-east Anaheim

State College Boulevard to the west to Tustin Avenue to the east, and from Orangethorpe Avenue to the north to the Santa Ana River to the south. The ZIP code has the fifth largest number of people.

  • Population: 41,980
  • Total cases: 4,613, with two reported in the past week
  • Nursing facility cases: none
  • Deaths: 60, with none recorded in the past week
  • Seven-day positivity rate: 0.7 percent, down from 0.9 percent the week prior
  • Seven-day case rate: 1, down from 1.7 the week prior
  • Vaccinated 65, and older: 78 percent
  • Vaccinated, 64 and younger: 43.8 percent

92807: Anaheim Canyon, part of east Anaheim

Tustin Avenue to the west to Fairmont Boulevard to the east, Orangethorpe Avenue to the north to Serrano Avenue to the south. The area has the sixth most people.

  • Population: 37,119
  • Total cases: 2,661, with one reported in the past week
  • Nursing facility cases: none
  • Deaths: 48, with none recorded in the past week
  • Seven-day positivity rate: 0.3 percent, unchanged from the week prior
  • Seven-day case rate: 0.4, unchanged from the week prior
  • Vaccinated, 65 and older: 88 percent
  • Vaccinated, 64 and younger: 49.1 percent

92808: east Anaheim

Fairmont Boulevard to the west into the eastern open space, from Riverside (91) Freeway to the north to southern city boundary. The ZIP code includes part of Anaheim's eastern open space with no homes and has the fewest people.

  • Population: 21,603
  • Total cases: 1,245, with one reported in the past week
  • Nursing facility cases: none
  • Deaths: 16, with one subtracted and reassigned in the past week
  • Seven-day positivity rate: 0 percent, down from 1.3 percent the week prior
  • Seven-day case rate: 0, down from 1.3 the week prior
  • Vaccinated 65, and older: 89.2 percent
  • Vaccinated, 64 and younger: 50.1 percent


Find regular updates at Anaheim.net/coronavirus and on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.
Vaccines: Anaheim Convention Center wraps up
The vaccine Super POD at Anaheim Convention Center will close its doors at the end of the day tomorrow, June 5, after nearly four months of serving a critical need in our fight against COVID-19.

If you still need to get vaccinated, head over to the site on its final day. We're offering all three vaccines: Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson.

But just because our Super POD is closing, that doesn't mean you can't easily get your free vaccine if you haven't already.

We continue to host neighborhood clinics here in Anaheim, and the county of Orange also offers many local sites for those who need to get their shots.

You can also get vaccinated at many local pharmacies and clinics, sometimes even without an appointment.

And getting the shot means more than just keeping your family safe, preventing you from getting sick and helping us get back to normal. You can also win big!

Fifteen lucky winners were already selected today to win $50,000 as part of the state's Vax for the Win campaign. One of the winners lives in Orange County!

There's another drawing on June 11, and a grand prize drawing on June 15 in which you could win $1.5 million.

Plus, anyone who gets vaccinated now will get a $50 gift card as a thank you for doing the right thing.

So don't wait any longer, get vaccinated now.
 
You can see more at Anaheim.net/vaccines.
More at Anaheim.net/coronavirus