SANTA ANA, Calif. - The number of coronavirus cases in Orange County has risen to 17.
So far, 12 men and five women have been diagnosed with COVID-19, according to the Orange County Health Care Agency.
Seven are in the 18- to 49-year-old age group, six are 50 to 64 and four are 65 or older.
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Eleven contracted it through travel, three through person-to-person spreading and three fall in the "community acquired" category, according to the health agency.
Of the community-acquired patients, two are men and one is a woman.
Two are 50 to 64 and one is older than 65.
The agency has tested 160 people and has kits available to test 1,098 people.
Orange County supervisors will hold an emergency meeting on Tuesday to get an update on what local authorities are doing to stem the tide or the virus.
All of the county's schools have closed down until at least the end of the month, and Orange County Superior Court officials have moved to cut down on the number of cases handled during the outbreak.
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