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New Infections Drop Again; State and County Issue Stay-At-Home Orders

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Los Angeles County Announces a Second Death Related to 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) and 40 New Cases of Confirmed COVID-19 in Los Angeles County 

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) has confirmed a second death and 40 new cases of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). The State of California, County of Los Angeles, and various cities have also issued “Stay at Home” orders similar to the orders to shelter in place at home already in place in the Bay Area.

West Hollywood cases rose to 12 from yesterday, which may reflect the positive test of Mayor John D’Amico announced late last night. To date, Public Health has identified 231 cases across all areas in LA County,

Under the “Safer at Home” guidelines, L.A. County has directed residents to refrain from gathering in an enclosed space with more than 10 people. First responders and those in healthcare, government, food services, and other essential industries will still be on the job. The order directs businesses deemed nonessential, such as retail stores and malls, to close temporarily.

“This is the next step in protecting our communities from the coronavirus and will have invaluable long-term effects,” Supervisor Katherine Barger said. “This order will increase social distancing while still enabling residents to shop for essential items at the market, pharmacy, and hardware store, and still be able to visit the bank or gas station.”

The death in L.A. County occurred in an individual in their 30’s with underlying health conditions from an unincorporated area outside of Pasadena.  Because there are positive cases across the entire County, the public should not think one location is safer than the other.  Additional information regarding some of the new cases are pending completion of an investigation.

California Governor Newsom issued a statewide order tonight, March 19, 2020, for all Californians to “stay at home” until further notice. Also today, Los Angeles County issued a mandatory Order in order to slow the spread of COVID-19 within the County.  The County Order limits the gathering of people and requires the closure of malls, shopping centers, children’s playgrounds, and non-essential retail businesses. The County Order is in effect beginning at 11:59 p.m. on March 19, 2020 and continues through April 19, 2020.

The City of Culver City will likely issue a similar order tomorrow, March 20, 2020, although the City residents and businesses are also subject to the State and County Order.

The full text of the State Order and the County Order are available online.

State Order Summary

Essential services will remain open such as:

  • Gas stations
  • Pharmacies 
  • Food: Grocery stores, farmers markets, food banks, convenience stores, take-out and delivery restaurants 
  • Banks
  • Laundromats/laundry services

Essential state and local government functions will also remain open, including law enforcement and offices that provide government programs and services.

The following will be closed:

  • Dine-in restaurants
  • Bars and nightclubs
  • Entertainment venues
  • Gyms and fitness studios
  • Public events and gatherings
  • Convention Centers

County Order Summary

The County Order Prohibits:

  • All public and private group events and gatherings of 10 or more people.
  • Events and gatherings with less than 10 people are subject to social distancing and other public health requirements.

The following types of businesses are immediately ordered to close:

  • Non-essential retail businesses
  • Indoor malls and shopping centers
  • Playgrounds

More Details on the County Order

Businesses that are considered essential and are not ordered to close include:

  • Grocery stores, certified farmers’ markets, farm and produce stands, supermarkets, food banks, convenience stores, and other establishments engaged in the retail sale of canned food, dry goods, fresh fruit and vegetables, pet supply, water, fresh meats, fish, and poultry, and any other household consumer products (such as cleaning or personal care products). This includes stores that sell groceries and sell other non-grocery products, and products necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences;
  • Food cultivation, including farming, livestock, and fishing;
  • Businesses that provide food, shelter, and social services, and other necessities of life for economically disadvantaged or otherwise needy individuals;
  • Newspapers, television, radio, magazine, podcast and other media services;
  • Gas stations, and auto-supply, auto-repair, car dealerships and related facilities;
  • Banks, credit unions, and related financial institutions;
  • Hardware stores, nurseries; building supplies;
  • Plumbers, electricians, exterminators, custodial/janitorial workers, handyman services, funeral home workers and morticians, moving services, HVAC installers, carpenters, vegetation services, tree maintenance, landscapers, gardeners, property managers, private security personnel and other service providers who provide services to maintain the safety, sanitation, and essential operation to properties and other Essential Businesses;
  • Businesses providing mailing and shipping services, including post office boxes;
  • Educational institutions (including public and private K-12 schools, colleges, and universities) for purposes of facilitating distance learning or performing essential functions, provided that social distancing of 6-feet per person is maintaining to the greatest extent possible;
  • Laundromats, dry cleaners, laundry service providers, personal grooming services;
  • Restaurants and other food facilities that prepare and serve food, but only for delivery, drive thru or carry out;
  • Businesses that supply office or computer products needed by people who work from home;
  • Businesses that supply other Essential Businesses with the support or supplies necessary to operate;
  • Businesses that ship, truck, provide logistical support or deliver groceries, food, goods or services directly to residences, Essential Businesses, Healthcare Operations, Essential Infrastructure;
  • Airlines, taxis, and other private transportation providers providing transportation services necessary for activities of daily living and other purposes expressly authorized in this Order;
  • Businesses that provide parts and service for Essential Infrastructure;
  • Home-based care for seniors, adults, disabled persons, or children;
  • Residential facilities and shelters for seniors, adults, disables person, and children;
  • Professional services, such as legal or accounting services, when necessary to assist in compliance with legally mandated activities;
  • Military/Defense Contractors/FFRDC (Federally Funded Research and Development Centers);
  • Childcare facilities providing services that enable employees exempted in the Order to work as permitted. To the extent possible, childcare facilities must operate under the following mandatory conditions:  (1) Childcare must be carried out in stable groups of 12 or fewer (“stable” means the same 12 or fewer children are in the same group each day); (2) Children shall not change from one group to another; (3) If more than one group of children is cared for at once facility, each group shall be in a separate room.  Groups shall not mix with each other; (4) Childcare providers shall remain solely with one group of children.
  • Hotels, motels, shared rental units and similar facilities.

The limitations on events and gatherings contained in the Order do not apply to the following essential services:

  • attendance at regular school classes, work at Essential Businesses, or essential governmental services;
  • places where people are in transit or waiting for transit including airports or bus or train stations or terminals;
  • congregate living situations, including dormitories; or
  • hospitals and healthcare facilities.

The Order does not apply to the following essential infrastructure or operations:

  • Healthcare Operations (hospitals, clinics, laboratories, dentists, pharmacies, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, other licensed healthcare facilities, healthcare suppliers, home healthcare service providers, mental health providers, cannabis dispensaries with a medicinal cannabis license, medical or scientific research, or any related and/or ancillary healthcare services, manufacturers, distributors and servicers of medical devices, diagnostics, and equipment, veterinary care, and all healthcare provided to animals. This exemption shall be broadly construed to avoid any impact to the delivery of healthcare, broadly defined.  Healthcare Operations does not include fitness and exercise gyms and similar exercise or training facilities.
  • Essential Infrastructure, including but not limited to, public works construction, construction of housing (in particular affordable housing or housing for individuals experience homelessness), airport operations, port operations, water, sewer, gas, electrical, oil refining, road and highways, public transportation, solid waste collection and removal, internet and telecommunications systems  (including the provision of essential global, national, and local infrastructure for computing services, business infrastructure, communications, and web-based services), provided that they carry out those services or that work in compliance with social distancing requirements, to the extent practicable.

More details can be found by reading the County Order. 

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RAGE is Latest Venue to Fall Victim to the Pandemic

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Another LGBTQ+ Nightlife Destination Has Fallen Victim to the Pandemic

WEST HOLLYWOOD (L.A. Magazine) — Rage nightclub has been a destination for LGBTQ+ nightlife in the bustling Santa Monica Boulevard corridor of West Hollywood for decades. Now, nearly 40 years after first opening its doors, the club has announced it has permanently closed, yet another local business to collapse amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rage nightclub management lays some portion of the blame on their landlord, Monte Overstreet. The club’s now-former general manager, Ron Madrill, told Q Voice News that rent for the location was already “very high” prior to operations shutting down in March. He says he believes an impasse over rent payments may have contributed to Rage’s closure.

Overstreet also reportedly owns the space formerly occupied by neighboring bar Flaming Saddles Saloon, which also announced […]

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LAPD Hollywood Arrests Serial Identity Theft Suspect

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HOLLYWOOD — Los Angeles Police Department Hollywood Burglary/Theft detectives have announced the arrest of Raj Weaver-Bey of Arleta for Identity Theft and are urging anyone with information about these or other crimes involving the suspect to come forward.

During a relationship with a victim, Weaver-Bey stole her ATM card after obtaining the PIN without the victim’s knowledge.  He then used the card to purchase laptop computers and money orders without the victim’s permission. Weaver-Bey was convicted of a similar crime in Santa Barbara in 2018.  

Raj Weaver-Bey

Detectives arrested Weaver-Bey on April 9, 2020.  When he was detained, Weaver-Bey had two ATM cards and several fraudulent checks.  Both owners of the cards told detectives they had recently been the victims of identity theft and theft by use of access card. One of the victims further stated an unknown suspect had deposited fake checks into her account and immediately withdrew cash before the checks cleared, causing a negative account balance.

Anyone with information is urged to call Hollywood Burglary Detective Brian Richardson at (213) 972-2929 or email him at 36402@lapd.online.  During non-business hours, or on weekends, calls should be directed to 1-877-LAPD-24-7 (877-527-3247).

Anyone wishing to remain anonymous should call the LA Regional Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (800-222-8477) or go directly to www.lacrimestoppers.org. Tipsters may also visit www.lapdonline.org, and click on “Anonymous Web Tips” under the “Get Involved-Crime Stoppers” menu to submit an online tip. Lastly, tipsters may also download the “P3 Tips” mobile application and select the LA Regional Crime Stoppers as their local program.

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‘Safer at Home’ Extended to May 15, Face Covers Required in Public

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Barbara Ferrer

LOS ANGELES — Today, Los Angeles County issued a new Health Officer Order to extend the stipulation in the previous Health Officer Order through May 15, 2020. The Order also requires essential businesses to provide a cloth face covering for all of their employees to wear while performing duties that involve contact with other employees and or the public and to post their physical distancing plans.

“Recent data modeling done in partnership with the Department of Health Services and UCLA suggests that our collective distancing efforts are working and that we must continue to stay home whenever possible,” said Barbara Ferrer, PhD, MPH, MEd, Director of Public Health. “The updated Health Officer Order extends ‘Safer at Home’ through May 15, and enhances measures that will protect employees who are working in essential services.”

The public is also required to wear a face covering to enter essential businesses.  All public and private gatherings of any number of people occurring outside a single household or living unit remain prohibited.  Beaches, trails and trailheads and non-essential businesses remain closed. It is critical that everyone continue to take these actions to slow the spread of COVID-19. The Order allows essential businesses to implement the new measures by April 15.

“Our community is embracing Safer at Home orders and is doing everything it can to flatten the curve,” said West Hollywood Mayor John D’Amico. “The revised order from LA County extends the stay-at-home timeline to mid May. Even though that seems like a long time – because I think it’s already April 97th – I want to encourage everyone in West Hollywood and say loud-and-clear: we can do this and we must stick with it. Humor and creativity will help: let’s all take a fashion challenge and ‘Cover That Face!’ with our fabulous homemade bandanas and scarves and we’ll each be doing our part to help protect ourselves and one another. Together we will defeat the coronavirus.”

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health also on Friday confirmed 18 new deaths and 475 new cases of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Over the last 48 hours, there have been 900 new cases. Ten people who died were over the age of 65; seven people between the ages of 41 to 65 years old and one person between the ages of 18 to 40 years old. One death was reported by the City of Long Beach and one death by the City of Pasadena.

There have been 101 confirmed cases confirmed in West Hollywood

To date, Public Health has identified 8,430 cases across all areas of LA County, including 241 deaths.  Upon further investigation, 22 cases and two deaths reported earlier were not LA County residents. As of today, 2,043 people who tested positive for COVID-19 (24% of positive cases) have been hospitalized at some point during their illness. Testing capacity continues to increase in LA county, with almost 40,700 individuals tested and 15% of people testing positive.

DHS also released its COVID-19 Hospital Demand Modeling Projections showing that physical distancing is slowing the rate of COVID-19 transmission in the county. The projections indicate that if current levels of physical distancing are not maintained, there will be an exponential rapid increase in the rate of infection, severely hampering the ability of the hospital system to meet that demand.

The insights from this modeling effort in large part informed the County of Los Angeles Dept. of Public Health’s decision to extend the ‘Safer at Home’ order until May 15, 2020.

“Physical distancing has ‘flattened the curve’ by slowing the rate of transmission of the virus.  Because of this, our healthcare system is able to meet the demand for treatment for COVID-19 patients, providing quality lifesaving services to all those who need them,” DHS Director Dr. Christina Ghaly said. “However, we need to remember that while, yes, transmission is slowing, we are still on a growth curve, and thus need to maintain the public health interventions in place. Physical distancing is the single biggest action we can take to continue to fight this virus. If we went back to life as normal today, by late summer the vast majority of Los Angeles County residents would likely have experienced infection with the virus, putting excessive strain on the healthcare system.”

The modeling team was tasked with taking available data and making the best possible predictions regarding the spread of COVID-19 in Los Angeles County and associated demand for hospital-based care including hospital beds, intensive care unit (ICU) beds, and ventilators. The team assessed the effectiveness of current physical distancing efforts in slowing the spread of COVID-19 and “flattening the curve.”

The predictive analysis which models the impending surge provides a depiction of the best- and worst-case scenarios for Los Angeles should physical distancing efforts continue and to what degree. The model projects that if we reverted to pre-order physical distancing behavior now, by August 1, 95.6% of Los Angeles County residents will likely have been infected over the course of the pandemic. Under this worst-case scenario, Los Angeles County would face an infection rate at such magnitude that the healthcare system would not be able to treat patients who need hospitalization, underscoring the need to continue to maintain current levels of physical distancing.

Total Cases*
Laboratory Confirmed Cases 8430
— Los Angeles County (excl. LB and Pas)8020
— Long Beach303
— Pasadena107
Deaths241
— Los Angeles County (excl. LB and Pas)228
— Long Beach8
— Pasadena5
Age Group (Los Angeles County Cases Only-excl LB and Pas) 
–  0 to 1784
–  18 to 402617
–  41 to 653561
–  over 651730
–  Under Investigation28
Gender (Los Angeles County Cases Only-excl LB and Pas) 
–  Male4013
–  Female3768
–  Other2
–  Under Investigation237
Race/Ethnicity (Los Angeles County Cases Only-excl LB and Pas) 
–  Asian526
–  Black429
–  Hispanic/Latino1621
–  White1292
–  Other655
–  Under Investigation3497
Hospitalization (Los Angeles County Cases Only-excl LB and Pas) 
–  Hospitalized (Ever)2043
Deaths Race/Ethnicity (Los Angeles County Cases Only-excl LB and Pas) 
–  Asian38
–  Black26
–  Hispanic/Latino51
–  White54
–  Other7
–  Under Investigation52
CITY / COMMUNITY** Rate***
City of Agoura Hills2095.77
City of Alhambra3236.9
City of Arcadia1932.9
City of Artesia
City of Avalon00
City of Azusa1835.97
City of Baldwin Park1823.45
City of Bell3596.33
City of Bell Gardens2353.4
City of Bellflower4861.75
City of Beverly Hills71205.68
City of Bradbury00
City of Burbank9689.57
City of Calabasas2394.56
City of Carson113120.41
City of Cerritos3059.92
City of Claremont1027.41
City of Commerce
City of Compton5454.05
City of Covina3571.38
City of Cudahy2082.15
City of Culver City3177.76
City of Diamond Bar1831.3
City of Downey9482.27
City of Duarte836.34
City of El Monte2622.17
City of El Segundo1059.57
City of Gardena5386.45
City of Glendale218105.57
City of Glendora1834.11
City of Hawaiian Gardens
City of Hawthorne6472.08
City of Hermosa Beach1786.43
City of Hidden Hills00
City of Huntington Park3965.56
City of Industry
City of Inglewood10592.44
City of Irwindale00
City of La Canada Flintridge1782.15
City of La Habra Heights
City of La Mirada2142.34
City of La Puente1844.23
City of La Verne824.04
City of Lakewood4049.77
City of Lancaster7948.9
City of Lawndale2471.4
City of Lomita1886.83
City of Lynwood6488.83
City of Malibu14108.02
City of Manhattan Beach53147.23
City of Maywood2589.13
City of Monrovia1230.93
City of Montebello4671.46
City of Monterey Park2946.58
City of Norwalk6964.11
City of Palmdale8855.36
City of Palos Verdes Estates32236.65
City of Paramount3664.26
City of Pico Rivera5280.89
City of Pomona4528.86
City of Rancho Palos Verdes3684.22
City of Redondo Beach81117.91
City of Rolling Hills
City of Rolling Hills Estates9110.93
City of Rosemead1221.68
City of San Dimas1749.25
City of San Fernando1873.14
City of San Gabriel1331.74
City of San Marino537.66
City of Santa Clarita13058.98
City of Santa Fe Springs527.23
City of Santa Monica8895.19
City of Sierra Madre
City of Signal Hill
City of South El Monte
City of South Gate8889.65
City of South Pasadena1246.06
City of Temple City1130.17
City of Torrance12583.74
City of Vernon00
City of Walnut1239.3
City of West Covina2624.02
City of West Hollywood101273.33
City of Westlake Village671.77
City of Whittier4450.32
Los Angeles378793.63
Los Angeles – Adams-Normandie15182.88
Los Angeles – Alsace540.18
Los Angeles – Angeles National Forest00
Los Angeles – Angelino Heights
Los Angeles – Arleta2366.92
Los Angeles – Atwater Village854.55
Los Angeles – Baldwin Hills2889.96
Los Angeles – Bel Air21249.14
Los Angeles – Beverly Crest26207.58
Los Angeles – Beverlywood19144.23
Los Angeles – Boyle Heights5361
Los Angeles – Brentwood53171.22
Los Angeles – Brookside00
Los Angeles – Cadillac-Corning
Los Angeles – Canoga Park6396.49
Los Angeles – Carthay28194.95
Los Angeles – Central3692.33
Los Angeles – Century City24187.62
Los Angeles – Century Palms/Cove2677
Los Angeles – Chatsworth3594.44
Los Angeles – Cheviot Hills11119.94
Los Angeles – Chinatown
Los Angeles – Cloverdale/Cochran1175.59
Los Angeles – Country Club Park21138.59
Los Angeles – Crenshaw District1394.01
Los Angeles – Crestview35307.88
Los Angeles – Del Rey31103.55
Los Angeles – Downtown2487.25
Los Angeles – Eagle Rock3485.88
Los Angeles – East Hollywood37126.34
Los Angeles – Echo Park1070.15
Los Angeles – El Sereno3583.72
Los Angeles – Elysian Park587.54
Los Angeles – Elysian Valley878.65
Los Angeles – Encino49108.47
Los Angeles – Exposition00
Los Angeles – Exposition Park4395.73
Los Angeles – Faircrest Heights
Los Angeles – Figueroa Park Square780.27
Los Angeles – Florence-Firestone4288.52
Los Angeles – Glassell Park52164.54
Los Angeles – Gramercy Place874.32
Los Angeles – Granada Hills4272.18
Los Angeles – Green Meadows1465.1
Los Angeles – Hancock Park45264.1
Los Angeles – Harbor City2379.12
Los Angeles – Harbor Gateway3068.81
Los Angeles – Harbor Pines00
Los Angeles – Harvard Heights1688.72
Los Angeles – Harvard Park2463.27
Los Angeles – Highland Park2755.8
Los Angeles – Historic Filipinotown19136.99
Los Angeles – Hollywood110161.16
Los Angeles – Hollywood Hills46156.28
Los Angeles – Hyde Park1656.06
Los Angeles – Jefferson Park
Los Angeles – Koreatown4790.92
Los Angeles – Lafayette Square6131.61
Los Angeles – Lake Balboa3173.45
Los Angeles – Lakeview Terrace16121.83
Los Angeles – Leimert Park23150.97
Los Angeles – Lincoln Heights1546.02
Los Angeles – Little Armenia29361.37
Los Angeles – Little Bangladesh2898.79
Los Angeles – Little Tokyo
Los Angeles – Longwood
Los Angeles – Los Feliz2197.19
Los Angeles – Manchester Square
Los Angeles – Mandeville Canyon
Los Angeles – Mar Vista3480.05
Los Angeles – Marina Peninsula8183.49
Los Angeles – Melrose192247.12
Los Angeles – Mid-city23153.03
Los Angeles – Miracle Mile19105.64
Los Angeles – Mission Hills1666.32
Los Angeles – Mt. Washington1249.7
Los Angeles – North Hills3963.34
Los Angeles – North Hollywood11374.63
Los Angeles – Northridge3753.01
Los Angeles – Pacific Palisades31145.6
Los Angeles – Pacoima4963.65
Los Angeles – Palisades Highlands
Los Angeles – Palms62141.3
Los Angeles – Panorama City5877.08
Los Angeles – Park La Brea966.27
Los Angeles – Pico-Union47112.33
Los Angeles – Playa Del Rey
Los Angeles – Playa Vista1091.35
Los Angeles – Porter Ranch2878.68
Los Angeles – Rancho Park9137.2
Los Angeles – Regent Square
Los Angeles – Reseda6280.92
Los Angeles – Reseda Ranch7150.99
Los Angeles – Reynier Village5118.26
Los Angeles – San Pedro3949.98
Los Angeles – Shadow Hills7157.59
Los Angeles – Sherman Oaks7282.52
Los Angeles – Silverlake71161.06
Los Angeles – South Carthay20188.77
Los Angeles – South Park3694.83
Los Angeles – St Elmo Village
Los Angeles – Studio City2298.04
Los Angeles – Sun Valley2853.35
Los Angeles – Sunland30147
Los Angeles – Sycamore Square00
Los Angeles – Sylmar91110.44
Los Angeles – Tarzana44142.51
Los Angeles – Temple-Beaudry48121.57
Los Angeles – Thai Town991.75
Los Angeles – Toluca Lake780.42
Los Angeles – Toluca Terrace00
Los Angeles – Toluca Woods
Los Angeles – Tujunga1553.94
Los Angeles – University Hills00
Los Angeles – University Park2487.41
Los Angeles – Valley Glen31103.28
Los Angeles – Valley Village33133.5
Los Angeles – Van Nuys7378.33
Los Angeles – Venice34100.34
Los Angeles – Vermont Knolls1693.02
Los Angeles – Vermont Square14182.84
Los Angeles – Vermont Vista2150.99
Los Angeles – Vernon Central3567.31
Los Angeles – Victoria Park17202.41
Los Angeles – View Heights
Los Angeles – Watts2456.24
Los Angeles – Wellington Square
Los Angeles – West Adams34123.05
Los Angeles – West Hills2151.79
Los Angeles – West Los Angeles3490.34
Los Angeles – West Vernon5398.8
Los Angeles – Westchester3160.07
Los Angeles – Westlake4880.87
Los Angeles – Westwood3360.99
Los Angeles – Wholesale District1747.05
Los Angeles – Wilmington2849.57
Los Angeles – Wilshire Center4079.73
Los Angeles – Winnetka4383.03
Los Angeles – Woodland Hills6291.1
Unincorporated – Acton562.73
Unincorporated – Agua Dulce
Unincorporated – Altadena3477.95
Unincorporated – Anaverde00
Unincorporated – Angeles National Forest00
Unincorporated – Arcadia
Unincorporated – Athens-Westmont3480.11
Unincorporated – Athens Village5102.1
Unincorporated – Avocado Heights
Unincorporated – Azusa
Unincorporated – Bandini Islands00
Unincorporated – Bassett
Unincorporated – Bouquet Canyon
Unincorporated – Bradbury00
Unincorporated – Canyon Country12155.28
Unincorporated – Castaic829.42
Unincorporated – Cerritos00
Unincorporated – Charter Oak00
Unincorporated – Claremont00
Unincorporated – Covina1271.35
Unincorporated – Covina (Charter Oak)645.65
Unincorporated – Del Aire5113.82
Unincorporated – Del Rey00
Unincorporated – Del Sur00
Unincorporated – Desert View Highlands
Unincorporated – Duarte00
Unincorporated – East Covina00
Unincorporated – East La Mirada
Unincorporated – East Lancaster00
Unincorporated – East Los Angeles7559.87
Unincorporated – East Pasadena00
Unincorporated – East Rancho Dominguez958.79
Unincorporated – East Whittier
Unincorporated – El Camino Village
Unincorporated – El Monte00
Unincorporated – Elizabeth Lake00
Unincorporated – Florence-Firestone5788.09
Unincorporated – Franklin Canyon00
Unincorporated – Glendora00
Unincorporated – Hacienda Heights2748.28
Unincorporated – Harbor Gateway00
Unincorporated – Hawthorne
Unincorporated – Hi Vista00
Unincorporated – Kagel/Lopez Canyons00
Unincorporated – La Crescenta-Montrose1050.5
Unincorporated – La Habra Heights00
Unincorporated – La Rambla
Unincorporated – La Verne
Unincorporated – Ladera Heights12169.71
Unincorporated – Lake Hughes00
Unincorporated – Lake Los Angeles
Unincorporated – Lake Manor
Unincorporated – Lakewood00
Unincorporated – Lennox1879.85
Unincorporated – Leona Valley00
Unincorporated – Littlerock00
Unincorporated – Littlerock/Juniper Hills
Unincorporated – Littlerock/Pearblossom
Unincorporated – Llano00
Unincorporated – Lynwood00
Unincorporated – Marina del Rey663.76
Unincorporated – Miracle Mile00
Unincorporated – Monrovia5128.83
Unincorporated – Newhall00
Unincorporated – North Lancaster00
Unincorporated – North Whittier
Unincorporated – Northeast San Gabriel624.96
Unincorporated – Palmdale00
Unincorporated – Palos Verdes Peninsula00
Unincorporated – Pearblossom/Llano00
Unincorporated – Pellissier Village00
Unincorporated – Placerita Canyon00
Unincorporated – Pomona00
Unincorporated – Quartz Hill
Unincorporated – Rancho Dominguez5187.9
Unincorporated – Roosevelt00
Unincorporated – Rosewood
Unincorporated – Rosewood/East Gardena00
Unincorporated – Rosewood/West Rancho Dominguez
Unincorporated – Rowland Heights1325.48
Unincorporated – San Clemente Island00
Unincorporated – San Francisquito Canyon/Bouquet Canyon00
Unincorporated – San Jose Hills
Unincorporated – San Pasqual00
Unincorporated – Sand Canyon00
Unincorporated – Santa Catalina Island
Unincorporated – Santa Monica Mountains526.85
Unincorporated – Saugus
Unincorporated – Saugus/Canyon Country00
Unincorporated – South Antelope Valley00
Unincorporated – South Edwards00
Unincorporated – South El Monte00
Unincorporated – South San Gabriel779.11
Unincorporated – South Whittier2542.21
Unincorporated – Southeast Antelope Valley00
Unincorporated – Stevenson Ranch1152.47
Unincorporated – Sun Village
Unincorporated – Sunrise Village
Unincorporated – Twin Lakes/Oat Mountain
Unincorporated – Universal City00
Unincorporated – Val Verde00
Unincorporated – Valencia
Unincorporated – Valinda834.23
Unincorporated – View Park/Windsor Hills14120.33
Unincorporated – Walnut00
Unincorporated – Walnut Park18111.5
Unincorporated – West Antelope Valley
Unincorporated – West Carson28126.78
Unincorporated – West Chatsworth00
Unincorporated – West LA
Unincorporated – West Puente Valley661.01
Unincorporated – West Rancho Dominguez
Unincorporated – West Whittier/Los Nietos1037.14
Unincorporated – Westfield/Academy Hills00
Unincorporated – Westhills00
Unincorporated – White Fence Farms00
Unincorporated – Whittier
Unincorporated – Whittier Narrows00
Unincorporated – Willowbrook2057.29
Unincorporated – Wiseburn
–  Under Investigation628 

  *These numbers are subject to change based on further investigation. Twenty-two previously reported cases and two deaths were not in Public Health’s jurisdiction

 **– means that case numbers are suppressed (between 1 and 4 cases in communities <25,000 people).

 ***Rate is crude and is per 100,000.

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