By CBSLA Staff

SANTA ANA (CBSLA) – Anyone visiting Orange County Superior Court’s Central Justice Center in Santa Ana will be required to wear a mask beginning Monday.

The decision to mandate masks came after two people in the building tested positive for the coronavirus. It also comes as COVID-19 cases are spiking due to the highly contagious Delta variant.

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The administrative order will be in place for at least two weeks, the county said.

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The O.C. Health Care Agency reported 431 new cases Friday. It’s seven-day average case count between July 15 and July 21 increased from 2.95 to 6.1 cases per 100,000 people. The testing positivity rate nearly doubled from 2.2 to 4 percent during that time.

There were 156 hospitalized with the coronavirus in O.C. as of Friday.

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Los Angeles County earlier this month issued an indoor mask mandate, requiring everyone to wear masks in indoor public spaces. O.C. has yet to follow suit.