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For Immediate Release:

June 19, 2020

Los Angeles County Announces 38 New Deaths Related to 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) - 1,414 New Cases of Confirmed COVID-19 in Los Angeles County

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) has confirmed 38 new deaths and 1,414 new cases of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Thirty-one people who died were over the age of 65 years old and seven people who died were between the ages of 41 and 65 years old. Thirty-two people had underlying health conditions including 26 people over the age of 65 years old and six people between the ages of 41 to 65 years old.

To date, Public Health has identified 79,609 positive cases of COVID-19 across all areas of LA County, and a total of 3,063 deaths. Ninety-three percent of people who died had underlying health conditions. Of those who died, information about race and ethnicity is available for 2,844 people (99 percent of the cases reported by Public Health); 42% of deaths occurred among Latino/Latinx residents, 29% among White residents, 17% among Asian residents, 11% among African American residents, less than 1% among Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander residents and 1% among residents identifying with other races. Upon further investigation, 32 cases and two deaths reported earlier were not LA County residents. There are 1,446 people who are currently hospitalized, 29% of these people are in the ICU and 21% are on ventilators. Testing capacity continues to increase in LA County, with testing results available for nearly 891,000 individuals and 8% of people testing positive.

“Our deepest sympathies go out to the many people across our county who have lost a loved one or friend to COVID-19,” said Barbara Ferrer, PhD, MPH, MEd, Director of Public Health. “Since May 13, Public Health has been requiring that everyone wear a cloth face covering when in contact with others not in their household. A lot of questions are raised about why this is important, especially by individuals who are not worried about becoming infected themselves. The important issue here is that we are not asking you to wear the face covering to protect yourself. We ask you to cover your mouth and nose to protect others, especially since you can be infected with COVID-19 and have no illness symptoms; this is how you keep your respiratory droplets from reaching someone else. And even if you tested negative, that negative test only tells you your status the day you were tested. You could become infected the very next day and unknowingly pass on COVID-19 to others. If you were already positive for COVID-19, it is still not clear that you have immunity from the virus, which means you could become infected again and therefore pass along the virus to others. So please continue to always wear a cloth face covering when you are around anyone else, even if this is just passing by someone else."

Public Health continues to assess indicators on the Recovery Dashboard to understand how COVID-19 is affecting communities and capacity to treat people who may become seriously ill. Based on data from the Recovery Dashboard and key recovery indicators, Public Health is noting that the 7-day average of deaths per day are decreasing across all races and ethnicities, however African Americans, Latinos/Latinx and Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders are still experiencing a disproportionate number of deaths from COVID-19. The average daily deaths were at their highest in early May at 45 or 46 deaths per day, and in early June, the average daily deaths range between 20 and 30. The daily number of hospitalizations has decreased as well, from peaks of over 1900 to now between 1350 to 1450 per day, although there is a slight increase in the last few days. LA County continues to be on target for maintaining adequate hospital capacity, including capacity in intensive care units and having an adequate numbers of ventilators, and meeting the goal of testing 15,000 people per day. The County is also on target for contacting tracing and other indictors found on the Recovery Dashboard.

A modified Health Officer Order and directives for the reopening of additional businesses was issued yesterday with an effective date of today, June 19. The Health Officer Order will allow for the following sectors to reopen once they implement the required protocols for infection control and distancing:

  • Cardrooms, satellite wagering facilities and racetracks with no spectators
  • Personal care services including: esthetician, skin care and cosmetology services; electrology; nail salons; body art professionals, tattoo parlors, microblading and permanent make-up; and piercing shops; and massage therapy
  • Bars, wineries, breweries and tasting rooms

    The Health Officer Order contains protocols for all businesses that are permitted to reopen to ensure it is done as safely as possible for employees, customers and residents; all sectors are reopening with reduced occupancy. Employees and visitors to these businesses will need to wear a cloth face covering when around other people and practice physical distancing of at least 6 feet at all times. Some employees may be required to wear face shields. It is important for everyone to follow the directives and to do their part every day to keep everyone as safe as possible. Businesses should take the time to put all of the protocols in place before reopening. The directives will be available online and are contained in sector-specific protocols that inform all re-openings.

    The Reopening Protocols, COVID-19 Surveillance Interactive Dashboard, Roadmap to Recovery, Recovery Dashboard, and additional things you can do to protect yourself, your family and your community are on the Public Health website, www.publichealth.lacounty.gov.

    Because this virus is still easily transmitted among people in contact with each other, the best protection against COVID-19 continues to be to wash your hands frequently, avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands, self-isolate if you are sick, practice physical distancing, and wear a clean face covering when in contact with others from outside your household. It’s important if someone thinks they could be positive for COVID-19 and are awaiting testing results, to stay at home and act as if they are positive. This means self-isolating for 10 days and 72 hours after symptoms and fever subside, or until they receive a negative result. If a person tests positive for COVID-19, they should plan on receiving a call from a contact tracer to discuss how to protect themselves and others, to find out where they may have been, and who they were in close contact with while infectious. People who have underlying health conditions remain at much greater risk for serious illness from COVID-19, so it will continue to be very important for the County's vulnerable residents to stay at home as much as possible, to have groceries and medicine delivered, and to call their providers immediately if they have even mild symptoms.

    Please see additional information below:

    Laboratory Confirmed Cases -- 79609 Total Cases*

    • Los Angeles County (excl. LB and Pas) -- 75622
    • Long Beach -- 2888
    • Pasadena -- 1099

    Deaths 3063

    • Los Angeles County (excl. LB and Pas) 2861
    • Long Beach 116
    • Pasadena 86

    Age Group (Los Angeles County Cases Only-excl LB and Pas)

    • 0 to 17 -- 5042
    • 18 to 40 --29881
    • 41 to 65 --28672
    • over 65 --11611
    • Under Investigation --416

    Gender (Los Angeles County Cases Only-excl LB and Pas)

    • Female 37164
    • Male 38114
    • Other 10
    • Under Investigation 334

    Race/Ethnicity (Los Angeles County Cases Only-excl LB and Pas)

    • American Indian/Alaska Native 63
    • Asian 3537
    • Black 2506
    • Hispanic/Latino 26721
    • Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 316
    • White 7368
    • Other 11048
    • Under Investigation 24063

    Hospitalization

    • Hospitalized (Ever) 7632

    Deaths Race/Ethnicity (Los Angeles County Cases Only-excl LB and Pas)

    • American Indian/Alaska Native 3
    • Asian 476
    • Black 319
    • Hispanic/Latino 1188
    • Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 9
    • White 818
    • Other 31
    • Under Investigation 17

    CITY / COMMUNITY (Rate**)

    • City of Agoura Hills 43 ( 206 )
    • City of Alhambra 319 ( 368 )
    • City of Arcadia 125 ( 216 )
    • City of Artesia 74 ( 441 )
    • City of Avalon 0 ( 0 )
    • City of Azusa 301 ( 602 )
    • City of Baldwin Park 576 ( 750 )
    • City of Bell 522 ( 1437 )
    • City of Bell Gardens 507 ( 1177 )
    • City of Bellflower 609 ( 783 )
    • City of Beverly Hills 191 ( 553 )
    • City of Bradbury 4 ( 374 )
    • City of Burbank 474 ( 442 )
    • City of Calabasas 101 ( 415 )
    • City of Carson 565 ( 602 )
    • City of Cerritos 166 ( 332 )
    • City of Claremont 77 ( 211 )
    • City of Commerce* 142 ( 1087 )
    • City of Compton 1045 ( 1046 )
    • City of Covina 277 ( 565 )
    • City of Cudahy 368 ( 1511 )
    • City of Culver City 181 ( 454 )
    • City of Diamond Bar 97 ( 169 )
    • City of Downey 1147 ( 1004 )
    • City of Duarte 154 ( 699 )
    • City of El Monte 1043 ( 889 )
    • City of El Segundo 41 ( 244 )
    • City of Gardena 384 ( 626 )
    • City of Glendale 1219 ( 590 )
    • City of Glendora 222 ( 421 )
    • City of Hawaiian Gardens 130 ( 886 )
    • City of Hawthorne 578 ( 651 )
    • City of Hermosa Beach 49 ( 249 )
    • City of Hidden Hills 3 ( 159 )
    • City of Huntington Park 858 ( 1442 )
    • City of Industry 12 ( 2746 )
    • City of Inglewood 801 ( 705 )
    • City of Irwindale 5 ( 343 )
    • City of La Canada Flintridge 66 ( 319 )
    • City of La Habra Heights 12 ( 220 )
    • City of La Mirada 252 ( 508 )
    • City of La Puente 264 ( 649 )
    • City of La Verne 57 ( 171 )
    • City of Lakewood 307 ( 382 )
    • City of Lancaster* 832 ( 515 )
    • City of Lawndale 168 ( 500 )
    • City of Lomita 61 ( 294 )
    • City of Lynwood* 1009 ( 1400 )
    • City of Malibu 43 ( 332 )
    • City of Manhattan Beach 93 ( 258 )
    • City of Maywood 487 ( 1736 )
    • City of Monrovia 207 ( 534 )
    • City of Montebello 648 ( 1007 )
    • City of Monterey Park 243 ( 390 )
    • City of Norwalk 797 ( 741 )
    • City of Palmdale 1002 ( 630 )
    • City of Palos Verdes Estates 46 ( 340 )
    • City of Paramount 607 ( 1083 )
    • City of Pico Rivera 747 ( 1162 )
    • City of Pomona 964 ( 618 )
    • City of Rancho Palos Verdes 116 ( 271 )
    • City of Redondo Beach 167 ( 243 )
    • City of Rolling Hills 2 ( 103 )
    • City of Rolling Hills Estates 18 ( 222 )
    • City of Rosemead 179 ( 323 )
    • City of San Dimas 99 ( 287 )
    • City of San Fernando 255 ( 1036 )
    • City of San Gabriel 191 ( 466 )
    • City of San Marino 24 ( 181 )
    • City of Santa Clarita 938 ( 426 )
    • City of Santa Fe Springs 108 ( 588 )
    • City of Santa Monica 349 ( 378 )
    • City of Sierra Madre 23 ( 209 )
    • City of Signal Hill 58 ( 492 )
    • City of South El Monte 196 ( 938 )
    • City of South Gate 1197 ( 1219 )
    • City of South Pasadena 140 ( 537 )
    • City of Temple City 200 ( 549 )
    • City of Torrance 479 ( 321 )
    • City of Vernon 5 ( 2392 )
    • City of Walnut 70 ( 229 )
    • City of West Covina 605 ( 559 )
    • City of West Hollywood 213 ( 576 )
    • City of Westlake Village 7 ( 84 )
    • City of Whittier 497 ( 568 )
    • Los Angeles 36107 ( 893 )
    • Los Angeles - Adams-Normandie 82 ( 1000 )
    • Los Angeles - Alsace 105 ( 844 )
    • Los Angeles - Angeles National Forest 2 ( 5000 )
    • Los Angeles - Angelino Heights 21 ( 839 )
    • Los Angeles - Arleta 371 ( 1079 )
    • Los Angeles - Atwater Village 58 ( 395 )
    • Los Angeles - Baldwin Hills 228 ( 733 )
    • Los Angeles - Bel Air 41 ( 486 )
    • Los Angeles - Beverly Crest 47 ( 375 )
    • Los Angeles - Beverlywood 50 ( 380 )
    • Los Angeles - Boyle Heights* 1311 ( 1509 )
    • Los Angeles - Brentwood 94 ( 304 )
    • Los Angeles - Brookside 1 ( 172 )
    • Los Angeles - Cadillac-Corning 38 ( 534 )
    • Los Angeles - Canoga Park 670 ( 1026 )
    • Los Angeles - Carthay 93 ( 647 )
    • Los Angeles - Central 749 ( 1921 )
    • Los Angeles - Century City 46 ( 360 )
    • Los Angeles - Century Palms/Cove 449 ( 1330 )
    • Los Angeles - Chatsworth 244 ( 658 )
    • Los Angeles - Cheviot Hills 28 ( 305 )
    • Los Angeles - Chinatown 30 ( 374 )
    • Los Angeles - Cloverdale/Cochran 107 ( 735 )
    • Los Angeles - Country Club Park 130 ( 858 )
    • Los Angeles - Crenshaw District 97 ( 701 )
    • Los Angeles - Crestview 101 ( 888 )
    • Los Angeles - Del Rey 98 ( 327 )
    • Los Angeles - Downtown* 215 ( 782 )
    • Los Angeles - Eagle Rock 242 ( 611 )
    • Los Angeles - East Hollywood 267 ( 912 )
    • Los Angeles - Echo Park 68 ( 477 )
    • Los Angeles - El Sereno 315 ( 753 )
    • Los Angeles - Elysian Park 20 ( 350 )
    • Los Angeles - Elysian Valley 85 ( 836 )
    • Los Angeles - Encino 161 ( 356 )
    • Los Angeles - Exposition 17 ( 511 )
    • Los Angeles - Exposition Park 378 ( 842 )
    • Los Angeles - Faircrest Heights 10 ( 278 )
    • Los Angeles - Figueroa Park Square 72 ( 826 )
    • Los Angeles - Florence-Firestone 695 ( 1465 )
    • Los Angeles - Glassell Park 248 ( 785 )
    • Los Angeles - Gramercy Place 96 ( 892 )
    • Los Angeles - Granada Hills 465 ( 799 )
    • Los Angeles - Green Meadows 271 ( 1260 )
    • Los Angeles - Hancock Park 99 ( 581 )
    • Los Angeles - Harbor City 157 ( 540 )
    • Los Angeles - Harbor Gateway 219 ( 502 )
    • Los Angeles - Harbor Pines 9 ( 374 )
    • Los Angeles - Harvard Heights 186 ( 1031 )
    • Los Angeles - Harvard Park 485 ( 1279 )
    • Los Angeles - Highland Park 363 ( 750 )
    • Los Angeles - Historic Filipinotown 191 ( 1377 )
    • Los Angeles - Hollywood 369 ( 541 )
    • Los Angeles - Hollywood Hills 99 ( 336 )
    • Los Angeles - Hyde Park 212 ( 743 )
    • Los Angeles - Jefferson Park 73 ( 904 )
    • Los Angeles - Koreatown 396 ( 766 )
    • Los Angeles - Lafayette Square 26 ( 570 )
    • Los Angeles - Lake Balboa 268 ( 635 )
    • Los Angeles - Lakeview Terrace 174 ( 1325 )
    • Los Angeles - Leimert Park 77 ( 505 )
    • Los Angeles - Lincoln Heights 412 ( 1264 )
    • Los Angeles - Little Armenia 233 ( 2903 )
    • Los Angeles - Little Bangladesh 200 ( 706 )
    • Los Angeles - Little Tokyo 34 ( 1085 )
    • Los Angeles - Longwood 33 ( 767 )
    • Los Angeles - Los Feliz 68 ( 315 )
    • Los Angeles - Manchester Square 36 ( 422 )
    • Los Angeles - Mandeville Canyon 3 ( 96 )
    • Los Angeles - Mar Vista 101 ( 238 )
    • Los Angeles - Marina Peninsula 16 ( 367 )
    • Los Angeles - Melrose 725 ( 933 )
    • Los Angeles - Mid-city 146 ( 971 )
    • Los Angeles - Miracle Mile 51 ( 284 )
    • Los Angeles - Mission Hills 218 ( 904 )
    • Los Angeles - Mt. Washington 139 ( 576 )
    • Los Angeles - North Hills 646 ( 1049 )
    • Los Angeles - North Hollywood 979 ( 647 )
    • Los Angeles - Northridge 470 ( 673 )
    • Los Angeles - Pacific Palisades 63 ( 296 )
    • Los Angeles - Pacoima 1079 ( 1402 )
    • Los Angeles - Palisades Highlands 8 ( 208 )
    • Los Angeles - Palms 237 ( 540 )
    • Los Angeles - Panorama City 1093 ( 1452 )
    • Los Angeles - Park La Brea 26 ( 191 )
    • Los Angeles - Pico-Union 804 ( 1922 )
    • Los Angeles - Playa Del Rey 5 ( 156 )
    • Los Angeles - Playa Vista 39 ( 356 )
    • Los Angeles - Porter Ranch 123 ( 346 )
    • Los Angeles - Rancho Park 21 ( 320 )
    • Los Angeles - Regent Square 12 ( 432 )
    • Los Angeles - Reseda 805 ( 1051 )
    • Los Angeles - Reseda Ranch 34 ( 733 )
    • Los Angeles - Reynier Village 18 ( 426 )
    • Los Angeles - San Pedro* 1066 ( 1366 )
    • Los Angeles - Shadow Hills 15 ( 338 )
    • Los Angeles - Sherman Oaks 306 ( 351 )
    • Los Angeles - Silverlake 237 ( 538 )
    • Los Angeles - South Carthay 42 ( 396 )
    • Los Angeles - South Park 673 ( 1773 )
    • Los Angeles - St Elmo Village 53 ( 1156 )
    • Los Angeles - Studio City 92 ( 410 )
    • Los Angeles - Sun Valley 423 ( 806 )
    • Los Angeles - Sunland 196 ( 960 )
    • Los Angeles - Sycamore Square 1 ( 155 )
    • Los Angeles - Sylmar* 1090 ( 1323 )
    • Los Angeles - Tarzana 304 ( 985 )
    • Los Angeles - Temple-Beaudry 455 ( 1152 )
    • Los Angeles - Thai Town 48 ( 489 )
    • Los Angeles - Toluca Lake 24 ( 276 )
    • Los Angeles - Toluca Terrace 8 ( 613 )
    • Los Angeles - Toluca Woods 3 ( 161 )
    • Los Angeles - Tujunga 153 ( 550 )
    • Los Angeles - University Hills 17 ( 496 )
    • Los Angeles - University Park 295 ( 1074 )
    • Los Angeles - Valley Glen 182 ( 606 )
    • Los Angeles - Valley Village 259 ( 1048 )
    • Los Angeles - Van Nuys 1025 ( 1100 )
    • Los Angeles - Venice 77 ( 227 )
    • Los Angeles - Vermont Knolls 267 ( 1552 )
    • Los Angeles - Vermont Square 131 ( 1711 )
    • Los Angeles - Vermont Vista 590 ( 1433 )
    • Los Angeles - Vernon Central 1018 ( 1958 )
    • Los Angeles - Victoria Park 74 ( 881 )
    • Los Angeles - View Heights 12 ( 325 )
    • Los Angeles - Watts 516 ( 1209 )
    • Los Angeles - Wellington Square 36 ( 732 )
    • Los Angeles - West Adams 341 ( 1234 )
    • Los Angeles - West Hills 183 ( 451 )
    • Los Angeles - West Los Angeles 118 ( 314 )
    • Los Angeles - West Vernon 727 ( 1355 )
    • Los Angeles - Westchester 127 ( 246 )
    • Los Angeles - Westlake 1140 ( 1921 )
    • Los Angeles - Westwood 100 ( 185 )
    • Los Angeles - Wholesale District* 982 ( 2718 )
    • Los Angeles - Wilmington 435 ( 770 )
    • Los Angeles - Wilshire Center 362 ( 722 )
    • Los Angeles - Winnetka 389 ( 751 )
    • Los Angeles - Woodland Hills 222 ( 326 )
    • Unincorporated - Acton 19 ( 238 )
    • Unincorporated - Agua Dulce 9 ( 216 )
    • Unincorporated - Altadena 197 ( 452 )
    • Unincorporated - Anaverde 4 ( 265 )
    • Unincorporated - Angeles National Forest 2 ( 161 )
    • Unincorporated - Arcadia 17 ( 213 )
    • Unincorporated - Athens-Westmont 350 ( 825 )
    • Unincorporated - Athens Village 49 ( 1001 )
    • Unincorporated - Avocado Heights 49 ( 723 )
    • Unincorporated - Azusa 111 ( 697 )
    • Unincorporated - Bassett 168 ( 1134 )
    • Unincorporated - Bouquet Canyon 1 ( 93 )
    • Unincorporated - Bradbury 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - Canyon Country 39 ( 505 )
    • Unincorporated - Castaic* 1727 ( 6351 )
    • Unincorporated - Cerritos 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - Charter Oak 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - Claremont 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - Covina 82 ( 488 )
    • Unincorporated - Covina (Charter Oak) 72 ( 548 )
    • Unincorporated - Del Aire 19 ( 433 )
    • Unincorporated - Del Rey 1 ( 314 )
    • Unincorporated - Del Sur 2 ( 83 )
    • Unincorporated - Desert View Highlands 6 ( 241 )
    • Unincorporated - Duarte 25 ( 565 )
    • Unincorporated - East Covina 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - East La Mirada 26 ( 491 )
    • Unincorporated - East Lancaster 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - East Los Angeles 1866 ( 1490 )
    • Unincorporated - East Pasadena 4 ( 62 )
    • Unincorporated - East Rancho Dominguez 128 ( 836 )
    • Unincorporated - East Whittier 18 ( 339 )
    • Unincorporated - El Camino Village 65 ( 739 )
    • Unincorporated - El Monte 1 ( 690 )
    • Unincorporated - Elizabeth Lake 4 ( 241 )
    • Unincorporated - Florence-Firestone 1009 ( 1559 )
    • Unincorporated - Franklin Canyon 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - Glendora 3 ( 455 )
    • Unincorporated - Hacienda Heights 241 ( 431 )
    • Unincorporated - Harbor Gateway 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - Hawthorne 11 ( 438 )
    • Unincorporated - Hi Vista 1 ( 91 )
    • Unincorporated - Kagel/Lopez Canyons 8 ( 567 )
    • Unincorporated - La Crescenta-Montrose 39 ( 197 )
    • Unincorporated - La Habra Heights 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - La Rambla 46 ( 2217 )
    • Unincorporated - La Verne 6 ( 294 )
    • Unincorporated - Ladera Heights 25 ( 354 )
    • Unincorporated - Lake Hughes 1 ( 150 )
    • Unincorporated - Lake Los Angeles 35 ( 269 )
    • Unincorporated - Lake Manor 5 ( 304 )
    • Unincorporated - Lakewood 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - Lennox 155 ( 688 )
    • Unincorporated - Leona Valley 4 ( 228 )
    • Unincorporated - Littlerock 17 ( 423 )
    • Unincorporated - Littlerock/Juniper Hills 2 ( 154 )
    • Unincorporated - Littlerock/Pearblossom 28 ( 785 )
    • Unincorporated - Llano 1 ( 114 )
    • Unincorporated - Marina del Rey 17 ( 181 )
    • Unincorporated - Miracle Mile 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - Monrovia 24 ( 618 )
    • Unincorporated - Newhall 1 ( 455 )
    • Unincorporated - North Lancaster 7 ( 584 )
    • Unincorporated - North Whittier 26 ( 311 )
    • Unincorporated - Northeast San Gabriel 76 ( 316 )
    • Unincorporated - Palmdale 6 ( 713 )
    • Unincorporated - Palos Verdes Peninsula 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - Pearblossom/Llano 4 ( 204 )
    • Unincorporated - Pellissier Village 2 ( 323 )
    • Unincorporated - Placerita Canyon 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - Pomona 4 ( 206 )
    • Unincorporated - Quartz Hill 49 ( 380 )
    • Unincorporated - Rancho Dominguez 22 ( 827 )
    • Unincorporated - Roosevelt 1 ( 107 )
    • Unincorporated - Rosewood 8 ( 622 )
    • Unincorporated - Rosewood/East Gardena 2 ( 168 )
    • Unincorporated - Rosewood/West Rancho Dominguez 31 ( 922 )
    • Unincorporated - Rowland Heights 208 ( 408 )
    • Unincorporated - San Clemente Island 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - San Francisquito Canyon/Bouquet Canyon 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - San Jose Hills 148 ( 732 )
    • Unincorporated - San Pasqual 2 ( 98 )
    • Unincorporated - Sand Canyon 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - Santa Catalina Island 3 ( 1124 )
    • Unincorporated - Santa Monica Mountains* 31 ( 166 )
    • Unincorporated - Saugus 5 ( 3226 )
    • Unincorporated - Saugus/Canyon Country 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - South Antelope Valley 1 ( 220 )
    • Unincorporated - South El Monte 10 ( 557 )
    • Unincorporated - South San Gabriel 65 ( 735 )
    • Unincorporated - South Whittier 304 ( 513 )
    • Unincorporated - Southeast Antelope Valley 1 ( 128 )
    • Unincorporated - Stevenson Ranch 44 ( 210 )
    • Unincorporated - Sun Village 26 ( 431 )
    • Unincorporated - Sunrise Village 10 ( 772 )
    • Unincorporated - Twin Lakes/Oat Mountain 7 ( 422 )
    • Unincorporated - Val Verde 23 ( 695 )
    • Unincorporated - Valencia 12 ( 391 )
    • Unincorporated - Valinda 181 ( 774 )
    • Unincorporated - View Park/Windsor Hills 47 ( 404 )
    • Unincorporated - Walnut Park 205 ( 1270 )
    • Unincorporated - West Antelope Valley 3 ( 199 )
    • Unincorporated - West Carson 133 ( 602 )
    • Unincorporated - West Chatsworth 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - West LA 24 ( 2521 )
    • Unincorporated - West Puente Valley 64 ( 651 )
    • Unincorporated - West Rancho Dominguez 10 ( 736 )
    • Unincorporated - West Whittier/Los Nietos 266 ( 988 )
    • Unincorporated - Westfield/Academy Hills 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - Westhills 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - White Fence Farms 17 ( 462 )
    • Unincorporated - Whittier 16 ( 423 )
    • Unincorporated - Whittier Narrows 0 ( 0 )
    • Unincorporated - Willowbrook 402 ( 1151 )
    • Unincorporated - Wiseburn 26 ( 431 )
    • - Under Investigation 1882

    These numbers are subject to change based on further investigation. 32 cases and two deaths previously reported were not in Public Health's jurisdiction. * Means that case numbers include cases associated with correctional facility outbreaks located in the city/community. **Rate is crude and is per 100,000. This represents the number of cases per 100,000 people and allows for the proportional comparison of cities of different sizes.

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