Coronavirus in Ventura County: Latest case count by city

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Detected cases of the novel coronavirus in Ventura County climbed to 13,857 as of Oct. 21, with 160 people who have succumbed to the illness. Another 13,079 people have fully recovered, county officials said.

At least 207,000 people in the county have been tested for the coronavirus, according to health officials.

Breakdown of infections by cities and neighborhoods

City or Unincorporated area
91307 – Bell Canyon4
91320 – Thousand Oaks/Newbury Park367
91360 – Thousand Oaks475
91361 – Thousand Oaks/Lake Sherwood/Westlake140
91362 – Thousand Oaks/Westlake309
91377 – Oak Park90
93001 – Ventura486
93003 – Ventura716
93004 – Ventura283
93010 – Camarillo456
93012 – Camarillo/Santa Rosa Valley256
93015 – Fillmore550
93021 – Moorpark526
93022 – Oak View79
93023 – Ojai143
93030 – Oxnard1848
93033 – Oxnard2376
93035 – Oxnard427
93036 – Oxnard893
93040 – Piru103
93041 – Port Hueneme427
93060 – Santa Paula907
93063 – Simi Valley (Santa Susana)826
93065 – Simi Valley1113
93066 – Somis57

Additional data can be found on the county’s website, such as the distribution of cases across age groups, how many cases are the result of local spread and number of hospitalizations.

Ventura County residents who are showing COVID-19 symptoms and are interested in being tested were advised to contact their doctors first.

“Your doctor will do a risk assessment by phone and let you know whether or not testing is recommended,” Ventura County spokeswoman Ashley Bautista said. “If your doctor recommends testing they will let you know where to go to get tested. There are many drive by locations available once your doctor orders a test.”

Those who do not have primary doctors were urged to visit for information on clinics and urgent care centers.

County officials are posting updates on the situation online.

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