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For Immediate Release:

November 16, 2020

Public Health Officials Urge Immediate Action as COVID-19 Cases Surge in L.A. County and Hospitalization Continue to Increase - Public Health Reports 6 New Deaths and 2,795 New Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 in Los Angeles County

As COVID-19 cases surge and hospitalizations continue to rise here and across California, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) urges everyone to take immediate action to slow the spread of COVID-19 and to stay home as much as possible for the next two to three weeks except for accessing essential services.

Today, Public Health has confirmed 6 new deaths and 2,795 new cases of COVID-19. Over the weekend, Public Health reported a total of 6,841 new cases; 3,780 new cases for Saturday and 3,061 new cases for Sunday. The County has not experienced daily numbers like this since late July, during the last surge that resulted in many people becoming very seriously ill and losing their lives to COVID-19.

Younger residents are among those driving the surge in increasing cases. In the last month, the case rate for residents age 18 to 29 years old has more than doubled, from 11.5 cases per 100,000 people to 25 cases per 100,000 people. The second highest group, residents ages 30 through 49 years old, has nearly doubled from 9.4 cases to 18 cases per 100,000 people.

There are 1,049 people with COVID-19 currently hospitalized and 28% of these people are in the ICU. This is the highest number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 each day since the beginning of September and is the second day in a row the daily number of hospitalized patients with COVID-19 exceeded 1,000.

When compared to other age groups, residents 80 years old and older are bearing the largest burden of serious illness. This is most unfortunate and serves as a stark reminder that young people are spreading the virus with disastrous results for our elderly.

Additionally, Pacific Islanders, Latino/Latinx residents and African American/Black residents consistently have the highest rate of hospitalizations across age groups. While we made progress narrowing the gaps, as cases surge, we are beginning to see higher rates of disproportionality.

It is important for everyone in L.A. County, businesses and residents, to return to the mindset we had earlier in the pandemic where we followed the rules. For residents we ask you to take the following immediate actions:

Businesses can also step up by doing the following:

Testing results are available for nearly 3,410,000 individuals with 9% of all people testing positive. While testing is essential to identifying people who are positive for COVID-19, being tested, even frequently, in no way prevents you from becoming infected, or protects others from you if you are an asymptomatic carrier of the virus. It only provides you information about one moment in time, and does not mean you will not become positive for the virus the next day or week. Wearing face coverings over both your nose and mouth, distancing from other people outside your household, hand washing and avoiding crowds are the most important prevention tools for us to use right now.

To date, Public Health identified 342,343 positive cases of COVID-19 across all areas of L.A. County and a total of 7,275 deaths. Upon further investigation, 12 cases reported earlier were not L.A. County residents.

“Reporting these numbers is devastating because they represent real people who are no longer with us, and we are thinking of every family member and friend who are grieving these people. We are so sorry for your loss,” said Barbara Ferrer, PhD, MPH, MEd, Director of Public Health. “Given our recent huge increases in daily cases and now hospitalizations, it is clear that L.A. County is at a very dangerous point in the pandemic. I ask every resident and business across the county to put slowing the spread of COVID-19 at the very top of mind, all day and every day. There is no path forward for our recovery until we get this pandemic back under control. A surge like the one we are experiencing is not inevitable because the weather is colder, or we are fatigued. Every single day, health care workers and essential workers at grocery stores, driving our buses, and working in factories and farms, go to work so we can get through this pandemic with enough to eat, clothes to wear, and care when we fall sick. We need to honor and thank all our essential workers by not getting infected and passing on the virus to others. There is light at the end of the tunnel with positive news about vaccines. We need to hang in together, make sure our actions are informed by the science and take care of each other. "

Today, the state released the weekly update to each county’s current status in the Blueprint for a Safer Economy tier framework, and it is clear that statewide and in L.A. County, the numbers are alarming. Many California counties have moved back to Tier 1, the most restrictive tier. L.A. County's adjusted case rate has nearly doubled, from 7.6 per 100,000 people last week to 13.7 per 100,000 people this week. The County's overall test positivity rate increased from 3.8% to 5.3%.

Ninety-three percent of the people who died from COVID-19 had underlying health conditions. Hypertension, high cholesterol, obesity, and diabetes are the most common underlying health conditions among people hospitalized with COVID-19. Many people have multiple underlying health conditions.

Of the six new deaths reported today, three people that passed away were over the age of 80 years old and three people who died were between the ages of 65 and 79 years old. Five people who died had underlying health conditions including two people over the age of 80 and three people between the ages of 65 and 79 years old. Of those who died, information about race and ethnicity is available for 6,864 people (99 percent of the cases reported by Public Health); 52% of deaths occurred among Latino/Latinx residents, 23% among White residents, 14% among Asian residents, 10% among African American/Black residents, less than 1% among Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander residents and 1% among residents identifying with other races.

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.

Please see additional information below:

Laboratory Confirmed Total Cases 342343 *

Deaths 7275

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

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

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

Hospitalization

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

CITY / COMMUNITY (Rate**) City of Agoura Hills 246 ( 1178 )

  • City of Alhambra 1597 ( 1841 )
  • City of Arcadia 656 ( 1136 )
  • City of Artesia 461 ( 2745 )
  • City of Avalon 5 ( 129 )
  • City of Azusa 1953 ( 3903 )
  • City of Baldwin Park 3749 ( 4883 )
  • City of Bell 1948 ( 5362 )
  • City of Bell Gardens 2462 ( 5716 )
  • City of Bellflower 2949 ( 3794 )
  • City of Beverly Hills 845 ( 2448 )
  • City of Bradbury 21 ( 1964 )
  • City of Burbank 2250 ( 2099 )
  • City of Calabasas 357 ( 1468 )
  • City of Carson 2277 ( 2426 )
  • City of Cerritos 726 ( 1450 )
  • City of Claremont 543 ( 1488 )
  • City of Commerce* 740 ( 5662 )
  • City of Compton 4912 ( 4917 )
  • City of Covina 1753 ( 3575 )
  • City of Cudahy 1352 ( 5553 )
  • City of Culver City 500 ( 1254 )
  • City of Diamond Bar 768 ( 1335 )
  • City of Downey 5222 ( 4570 )
  • City of Duarte 691 ( 3139 )
  • City of El Monte 5420 ( 4622 )
  • City of El Segundo 167 ( 995 )
  • City of Gardena 1485 ( 2422 )
  • City of Glendale 5274 ( 2554 )
  • City of Glendora 1493 ( 2830 )
  • City of Hawaiian Gardens 623 ( 4245 )
  • City of Hawthorne 2417 ( 2722 )
  • City of Hermosa Beach 302 ( 1535 )
  • City of Hidden Hills 22 ( 1164 )
  • City of Huntington Park 3524 ( 5924 )
  • City of Industry 63 ( 14416 )
  • City of Inglewood 3564 ( 3138 )
  • City of Irwindale 82 ( 5620 )
  • City of La Canada Flintridge 224 ( 1082 )
  • City of La Habra Heights 66 ( 1210 )
  • City of La Mirada 1063 ( 2143 )
  • City of La Puente 1914 ( 4703 )
  • City of La Verne 666 ( 2001 )
  • City of Lakewood 1615 ( 2010 )
  • City of Lancaster* 5254 ( 3252 )
  • City of Lawndale 840 ( 2499 )
  • City of Lomita 299 ( 1442 )
  • City of Lynwood* 4002 ( 5555 )
  • City of Malibu 133 ( 1026 )
  • City of Manhattan Beach 462 ( 1283 )
  • City of Maywood 1696 ( 6047 )
  • City of Monrovia 962 ( 2479 )
  • City of Montebello 2924 ( 4542 )
  • City of Monterey Park 1172 ( 1882 )
  • City of Norwalk 4254 ( 3953 )
  • City of Palmdale 6221 ( 3913 )
  • City of Palos Verdes Estates 124 ( 917 )
  • City of Paramount 2945 ( 5257 )
  • City of Pico Rivera 3098 ( 4819 )
  • City of Pomona 7050 ( 4521 )
  • City of Rancho Palos Verdes 374 ( 875 )
  • City of Redondo Beach 756 ( 1100 )
  • City of Rolling Hills 12 ( 619 )
  • City of Rolling Hills Estates 58 ( 715 )
  • City of Rosemead 1104 ( 1995 )
  • City of San Dimas* 722 ( 2092 )
  • City of San Fernando 1349 ( 5481 )
  • City of San Gabriel 832 ( 2032 )
  • City of San Marino 104 ( 783 )
  • City of Santa Clarita 5194 ( 2356 )
  • City of Santa Fe Springs 691 ( 3763 )
  • City of Santa Monica 1250 ( 1352 )
  • City of Sierra Madre 104 ( 946 )
  • City of Signal Hill 357 ( 3026 )
  • City of South El Monte 1019 ( 4879 )
  • City of South Gate 5466 ( 5569 )
  • City of South Pasadena 357 ( 1370 )
  • City of Temple City 627 ( 1720 )
  • City of Torrance 1756 ( 1176 )
  • City of Vernon 18 ( 8612 )
  • City of Walnut 394 ( 1290 )
  • City of West Covina 3635 ( 3358 )
  • City of West Hollywood 805 ( 2179 )
  • City of Westlake Village 46 ( 550 )
  • City of Whittier 2985 ( 3414 )
  • Los Angeles 140586 ( 3476 )
  • Los Angeles - Adams-Normandie 343 ( 4182 )
  • Los Angeles - Alsace 472 ( 3793 )
  • Los Angeles - Angeles National Forest 2 ( 5000 )
  • Los Angeles - Angelino Heights 83 ( 3317 )
  • Los Angeles - Arleta 2020 ( 5877 )
  • Los Angeles - Atwater Village 342 ( 2332 )
  • Los Angeles - Baldwin Hills 770 ( 2474 )
  • Los Angeles - Bel Air 115 ( 1364 )
  • Los Angeles - Beverly Crest 178 ( 1421 )
  • Los Angeles - Beverlywood 211 ( 1602 )
  • Los Angeles - Boyle Heights* 5294 ( 6093 )
  • Los Angeles - Brentwood 419 ( 1354 )
  • Los Angeles - Brookside 6 ( 1033 )
  • Los Angeles - Cadillac-Corning 166 ( 2331 )
  • Los Angeles - Canoga Park 2607 ( 3993 )
  • Los Angeles - Carthay 283 ( 1970 )
  • Los Angeles - Central 2543 ( 6522 )
  • Los Angeles - Century City 172 ( 1345 )
  • Los Angeles - Century Palms/Cove 1772 ( 5248 )
  • Los Angeles - Chatsworth 910 ( 2455 )
  • Los Angeles - Cheviot Hills 113 ( 1232 )
  • Los Angeles - Chinatown 173 ( 2157 )
  • Los Angeles - Cloverdale/Cochran 390 ( 2680 )
  • Los Angeles - Country Club Park 437 ( 2884 )
  • Los Angeles - Crenshaw District 393 ( 2842 )
  • Los Angeles - Crestview 237 ( 2085 )
  • Los Angeles - Del Rey 480 ( 1603 )
  • Los Angeles - Downtown* 1037 ( 3770 )
  • Los Angeles - Eagle Rock 875 ( 2210 )
  • Los Angeles - East Hollywood 815 ( 2783 )
  • Los Angeles - Echo Park 357 ( 2504 )
  • Los Angeles - El Sereno 1647 ( 3939 )
  • Los Angeles - Elysian Park 127 ( 2223 )
  • Los Angeles - Elysian Valley 347 ( 3412 )
  • Los Angeles - Encino 948 ( 2099 )
  • Los Angeles - Exposition 86 ( 2586 )
  • Los Angeles - Exposition Park 1677 ( 3734 )
  • Los Angeles - Faircrest Heights 48 ( 1333 )
  • Los Angeles - Figueroa Park Square 397 ( 4552 )
  • Los Angeles - Florence-Firestone 2808 ( 5918 )
  • Los Angeles - Glassell Park 906 ( 2867 )
  • Los Angeles - Gramercy Place 313 ( 2908 )
  • Los Angeles - Granada Hills 1676 ( 2880 )
  • Los Angeles - Green Meadows 1127 ( 5241 )
  • Los Angeles - Hancock Park 308 ( 1808 )
  • Los Angeles - Harbor City 602 ( 2071 )
  • Los Angeles - Harbor Gateway 1209 ( 2773 )
  • Los Angeles - Harbor Pines 38 ( 1577 )
  • Los Angeles - Harvard Heights 657 ( 3643 )
  • Los Angeles - Harvard Park 1956 ( 5156 )
  • Los Angeles - Highland Park 1460 ( 3017 )
  • Los Angeles - Historic Filipinotown 543 ( 3915 )
  • Los Angeles - Hollywood 1630 ( 2388 )
  • Los Angeles - Hollywood Hills 475 ( 1614 )
  • Los Angeles - Hyde Park 975 ( 3416 )
  • Los Angeles - Jefferson Park 320 ( 3964 )
  • Los Angeles - Koreatown 1443 ( 2791 )
  • Los Angeles - Lafayette Square 114 ( 2501 )
  • Los Angeles - Lake Balboa 1408 ( 3336 )
  • Los Angeles - Lakeview Terrace 717 ( 5460 )
  • Los Angeles - Leimert Park 398 ( 2612 )
  • Los Angeles - Lincoln Heights 1346 ( 4129 )
  • Los Angeles - Little Armenia 438 ( 5458 )
  • Los Angeles - Little Bangladesh 664 ( 2343 )
  • Los Angeles - Little Tokyo 128 ( 4086 )
  • Los Angeles - Longwood 143 ( 3322 )
  • Los Angeles - Los Feliz 306 ( 1416 )
  • Los Angeles - Manchester Square 254 ( 2976 )
  • Los Angeles - Mandeville Canyon 36 ( 1152 )
  • Los Angeles - Mar Vista 450 ( 1060 )
  • Los Angeles - Marina Peninsula 51 ( 1170 )
  • Los Angeles - Melrose 2435 ( 3134 )
  • Los Angeles - Mid-city 333 ( 2216 )
  • Los Angeles - Miracle Mile 252 ( 1401 )
  • Los Angeles - Mission Hills 1194 ( 4949 )
  • Los Angeles - Mt. Washington 702 ( 2907 )
  • Los Angeles - North Hills 2488 ( 4041 )
  • Los Angeles - North Hollywood 5414 ( 3575 )
  • Los Angeles - Northridge 1936 ( 2774 )
  • Los Angeles - Pacific Palisades 186 ( 874 )
  • Los Angeles - Pacoima 4833 ( 6278 )
  • Los Angeles - Palisades Highlands 41 ( 1066 )
  • Los Angeles - Palms 662 ( 1509 )
  • Los Angeles - Panorama City 3938 ( 5233 )
  • Los Angeles - Park La Brea 163 ( 1200 )
  • Los Angeles - Pico-Union 2098 ( 5014 )
  • Los Angeles - Playa Del Rey 41 ( 1283 )
  • Los Angeles - Playa Vista 174 ( 1589 )
  • Los Angeles - Porter Ranch 548 ( 1540 )
  • Los Angeles - Rancho Park 110 ( 1677 )
  • Los Angeles - Regent Square 36 ( 1295 )
  • Los Angeles - Reseda 3112 ( 4062 )
  • Los Angeles - Reseda Ranch 169 ( 3645 )
  • Los Angeles - Reynier Village 52 ( 1230 )
  • Los Angeles - San Pedro* 2282 ( 2924 )
  • Los Angeles - Shadow Hills 99 ( 2229 )
  • Los Angeles - Sherman Oaks 1536 ( 1760 )
  • Los Angeles - Silverlake 825 ( 1871 )
  • Los Angeles - South Carthay 155 ( 1463 )
  • Los Angeles - South Park 2401 ( 6325 )
  • Los Angeles - St Elmo Village 172 ( 3752 )
  • Los Angeles - Studio City 337 ( 1502 )
  • Los Angeles - Sun Valley 2400 ( 4573 )
  • Los Angeles - Sunland 612 ( 2999 )
  • Los Angeles - Sycamore Square 7 ( 1082 )
  • Los Angeles - Sylmar* 4511 ( 5475 )
  • Los Angeles - Tarzana 977 ( 3164 )
  • Los Angeles - Temple-Beaudry 1480 ( 3749 )
  • Los Angeles - Thai Town 263 ( 2681 )
  • Los Angeles - Toluca Lake 141 ( 1620 )
  • Los Angeles - Toluca Terrace 29 ( 2221 )
  • Los Angeles - Toluca Woods 33 ( 1776 )
  • Los Angeles - Tujunga 746 ( 2682 )
  • Los Angeles - University Hills 73 ( 2129 )
  • Los Angeles - University Park 1364 ( 4968 )
  • Los Angeles - Valley Glen 945 ( 3148 )
  • Los Angeles - Valley Village 644 ( 2605 )
  • Los Angeles - Van Nuys* 4132 ( 4434 )
  • Los Angeles - Venice 440 ( 1299 )
  • Los Angeles - Vermont Knolls 822 ( 4779 )
  • Los Angeles - Vermont Square 406 ( 5302 )
  • Los Angeles - Vermont Vista 2250 ( 5463 )
  • Los Angeles - Vernon Central 3555 ( 6837 )
  • Los Angeles - Victoria Park 257 ( 3060 )
  • Los Angeles - View Heights 61 ( 1651 )
  • Los Angeles - Watts 2307 ( 5406 )
  • Los Angeles - Wellington Square 157 ( 3194 )
  • Los Angeles - West Adams 1113 ( 4028 )
  • Los Angeles - West Hills 746 ( 1840 )
  • Los Angeles - West Los Angeles 638 ( 1695 )
  • Los Angeles - West Vernon 2828 ( 5272 )
  • Los Angeles - Westchester 574 ( 1112 )
  • Los Angeles - Westlake 2786 ( 4694 )
  • Los Angeles - Westwood 620 ( 1146 )
  • Los Angeles - Wholesale District* 2763 ( 7648 )
  • Los Angeles - Wilmington 2147 ( 3801 )
  • Los Angeles - Wilshire Center 1415 ( 2820 )
  • Los Angeles - Winnetka 1792 ( 3460 )
  • Los Angeles - Woodland Hills 1356 ( 1993 )
  • Unincorporated - Acton 99 ( 1242 )
  • Unincorporated - Agua Dulce 54 ( 1299 )
  • Unincorporated - Altadena 868 ( 1990 )
  • Unincorporated - Anaverde 25 ( 1658 )
  • Unincorporated - Angeles National Forest 6 ( 482 )
  • Unincorporated - Arcadia 122 ( 1529 )
  • Unincorporated - Athens-Westmont 1842 ( 4340 )
  • Unincorporated - Athens Village 295 ( 6024 )
  • Unincorporated - Avocado Heights 343 ( 5063 )
  • Unincorporated - Azusa 634 ( 3982 )
  • Unincorporated - Bassett 789 ( 5325 )
  • Unincorporated - Bouquet Canyon 12 ( 1118 )
  • Unincorporated - Bradbury 4 ( 3704 )
  • Unincorporated - Canyon Country 192 ( 2484 )
  • Unincorporated - Castaic* 2269 ( 8345 )
  • Unincorporated - Cerritos 25 ( 4259 )
  • Unincorporated - Charter Oak 0 ( 0 )
  • Unincorporated - Claremont 27 ( 3846 )
  • Unincorporated - Covina 585 ( 3478 )
  • Unincorporated - Covina (Charter Oak) 413 ( 3142 )
  • Unincorporated - Del Aire 86 ( 1958 )
  • Unincorporated - Del Rey 3 ( 943 )
  • Unincorporated - Del Sur 33 ( 1366 )
  • Unincorporated - Desert View Highlands 77 ( 3089 )
  • Unincorporated - Duarte 191 ( 4313 )
  • Unincorporated - East Covina 8 ( 2432 )
  • Unincorporated - East La Mirada 141 ( 2664 )
  • Unincorporated - East Lancaster 2 ( 1754 )
  • Unincorporated - East Los Angeles 7816 ( 6239 )
  • Unincorporated - East Pasadena 103 ( 1609 )
  • Unincorporated - East Rancho Dominguez 791 ( 5167 )
  • Unincorporated - East Whittier 117 ( 2205 )
  • Unincorporated - El Camino Village 194 ( 2207 )
  • Unincorporated - El Monte 7 ( 4828 )
  • Unincorporated - Elizabeth Lake 10 ( 602 )
  • Unincorporated - Florence-Firestone 4186 ( 6469 )
  • Unincorporated - Franklin Canyon 0 ( 0 )
  • Unincorporated - Glendora 15 ( 2273 )
  • Unincorporated - Hacienda Heights 1372 ( 2453 )
  • Unincorporated - Harbor Gateway 0 ( 0 )
  • Unincorporated - Hawthorne 72 ( 2864 )
  • Unincorporated - Hi Vista 9 ( 820 )
  • Unincorporated - Kagel/Lopez Canyons 51 ( 3612 )
  • Unincorporated - La Crescenta-Montrose 291 ( 1470 )
  • Unincorporated - La Habra Heights 9 ( 1331 )
  • Unincorporated - La Rambla 82 ( 3952 )
  • Unincorporated - La Verne* 45 ( 2206 )
  • Unincorporated - Ladera Heights 122 ( 1725 )
  • Unincorporated - Lake Hughes 9 ( 1347 )
  • Unincorporated - Lake Los Angeles 384 ( 2955 )
  • Unincorporated - Lake Manor 30 ( 1826 )
  • Unincorporated - Lakewood 0 ( 0 )
  • Unincorporated - Lennox 863 ( 3828 )
  • Unincorporated - Leona Valley 25 ( 1428 )
  • Unincorporated - Littlerock 106 ( 2636 )
  • Unincorporated - Littlerock/Juniper Hills 24 ( 1850 )
  • Unincorporated - Littlerock/Pearblossom 123 ( 3446 )
  • Unincorporated - Llano 5 ( 570 )
  • Unincorporated - Marina del Rey 101 ( 1073 )
  • Unincorporated - Miracle Mile 0 ( 0 )
  • Unincorporated - Monrovia 91 ( 2345 )
  • Unincorporated - Newhall 30 ( 13636 )
  • Unincorporated - North Lancaster 36 ( 3005 )
  • Unincorporated - North Whittier 279 ( 3337 )
  • Unincorporated - Northeast San Gabriel 463 ( 1926 )
  • Unincorporated - Padua Hills 3 ( 1395 )
  • Unincorporated - Palmdale 27 ( 3207 )
  • Unincorporated - Palos Verdes Peninsula 5 ( 805 )
  • Unincorporated - Pearblossom/Llano 28 ( 1431 )
  • Unincorporated - Pellissier Village 42 ( 6785 )
  • Unincorporated - Placerita Canyon 0 ( 0 )
  • Unincorporated - Pomona 19 ( 980 )
  • Unincorporated - Quartz Hill 274 ( 2123 )
  • Unincorporated - Rancho Dominguez 98 ( 3683 )
  • Unincorporated - Roosevelt 30 ( 3222 )
  • Unincorporated - Rosewood 42 ( 3266 )
  • Unincorporated - Rosewood/East Gardena 41 ( 3437 )
  • Unincorporated - Rosewood/West Rancho Dominguez 132 ( 3927 )
  • Unincorporated - Rowland Heights 889 ( 1742 )
  • Unincorporated - San Clemente Island 0 ( 0 )
  • Unincorporated - San Francisquito Canyon/Bouquet Canyon 3 ( 350 )
  • Unincorporated - San Jose Hills 1006 ( 4975 )
  • Unincorporated - San Pasqual 13 ( 639 )
  • Unincorporated - Sand Canyon 7 ( 2273 )
  • Unincorporated - Santa Catalina Island 29 ( 10861 )
  • Unincorporated - Santa Monica Mountains* 161 ( 865 )
  • Unincorporated - Saugus 44 ( 28387 )
  • Unincorporated - Saugus/Canyon Country 12 ( 3371 )
  • Unincorporated - South Antelope Valley 6 ( 1319 )
  • Unincorporated - South El Monte 111 ( 6184 )
  • Unincorporated - South San Gabriel 232 ( 2622 )
  • Unincorporated - South Whittier 2334 ( 3941 )
  • Unincorporated - Southeast Antelope Valley 19 ( 2433 )
  • Unincorporated - Stevenson Ranch 247 ( 1178 )
  • Unincorporated - Sun Village 222 ( 3678 )
  • Unincorporated - Sunrise Village 67 ( 5170 )
  • Unincorporated - Twin Lakes/Oat Mountain 19 ( 1146 )
  • Unincorporated - Val Verde 112 ( 3385 )
  • Unincorporated - Valencia 57 ( 1855 )
  • Unincorporated - Valinda 1049 ( 4488 )
  • Unincorporated - View Park/Windsor Hills 190 ( 1633 )
  • Unincorporated - Walnut Park 859 ( 5321 )
  • Unincorporated - West Antelope Valley 8 ( 529 )
  • Unincorporated - West Carson 515 ( 2332 )
  • Unincorporated - West Chatsworth 0 ( 0 )
  • Unincorporated - West LA 45 ( 4727 )
  • Unincorporated - West Puente Valley 480 ( 4881 )
  • Unincorporated - West Rancho Dominguez 25 ( 1840 )
  • Unincorporated - West Whittier/Los Nietos 1274 ( 4732 )
  • Unincorporated - Westfield/Academy Hills 13 ( 1000 )
  • Unincorporated - Westhills 14 ( 1669 )
  • Unincorporated - White Fence Farms 85 ( 2308 )
  • Unincorporated - Whittier 81 ( 2141 )
  • Unincorporated - Whittier Narrows 3 ( 25000 )
  • Unincorporated - Willowbrook 1726 ( 4944 )
  • Unincorporated - Wiseburn 152 ( 2522 )
  • - Under Investigation 4481

    These numbers are subject to change based on further investigation. 12 cases 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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