April 6: 226 Ventura County COVID-19 cases; 4 in Ojai, 1 in Oak View; 6 total deaths in the county



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On Monday, April 6, Ventura County Public Health reported the COVID-19 cases in Ventura County up to April 6 and an answer to the "Question of the Day":
— 5 new cases from April 5
— 226 total cases
— 64 recovered cases
— 45 ever hospitalized, of the 45, 36 had pre-existing conditions, 6 with no pre-existing conditions and 3 pending investigation
— 15 have been in the ICU
— 156 active cases under home quarantine
— 4,156 tested as of April 5
Video: There is a livestream COVID-19 Response Update provided at the Tuesday, April 7, Board of Supervisors Meeting, starting at 8:30 am. Streamed @countyofventura on Facebook, @countyventura on Twitter and at
Question of the Day: How can someone get tested and where do they go for testing?
If you are symptomatic please call your primary care doctor for your health questions. Your primary care doctor would make the recommendation for COVID-19 testing. If a test is recommended, after a phone risk assessment, your doctor will provide information about the location for testing. If you do not have a primary care provider, please visit the following link for a list of urgent cares and clinics: You do not need to contact Public Health to request a test. Learn more about what to do if you are tested and you are positive here. Learn more about what to do if you were exposed to someone with COVID-19 here:




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