LA County Records Nearly 2,300 New Coronavirus CasesLos Angeles County reported another 2,293 coronavirus cases on Tuesday, which officials said was attributed to the highly contagious Delta variant spreading throughout the country.
COVID Cases Continue To Rise In LA County, Spread Among Younger Unvaccinated PeopleMore than 3,200 new coronavirus cases were recorded in Los Angeles County on Thursday, which is the highest daily tally since February.
Ferrer: New COVID Case Numbers Continue Falling In LA County, Community Transmission DownThe county on Monday reported another 32 coronavirus deaths and 987 new cases.
Vaccine Line Jumpers Heading Out To Hard-Hit Communities, Improperly Using Access Codes To Get Vaccinated FasterShortly after officials in Los Angeles County planned an effort to get vaccines out to people in underserved communities, the system is being abused.
Garcetti: LAPD Officers To Patrol City, Enforce Rules Against Big Parties On New Year's EveLos Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said in a briefing on Wednesday that the Los Angeles Police Department will deploy officers to patrol the city on New Year's Eve to stop large gatherings.
LA Restaurants In Peril As In-Person Dining Ban Hits During Busiest Season Of The YearRestaurants and bars are required to shut down for in-person dining for at least three weeks starting Wednesday at 10 p.m., per a new county health order.
LA County Public Health Director Confirms She's Received Death Threats Over Coronavirus RestrictionsDr. Barbara Ferrer, who has been holding briefings almost daily since March, said she holds the briefings herself in order to protect her team from similar threats.
LA County Reopens Indoor Mall Stores, Several Beach Parking LotsParking lots and bike paths at several state beaches can reopen, including Dockweiler State Beach, Will Rogers State Beach, Zuma Beach and Surfrider Beach.
More Than 350K People Now Tested For Coronavirus In LA County As Hospitalizations Continue To DropAs of Monday, nursing home residents make up 52% of all coronavirus deaths in L.A. County.
'Doing Whatever I Can': LA County Retail Stores Reopen Doors, Adjust To Curbside Pickup ModelIt's been one week since retail stores in L.A. County received the green light to open for curbside pickup.
All LA County Retailers Can Reopen, Officials SayAll retailers, except for those located in indoor shopping centers, can reopen, along with manufacturing and logistics businesses which supply those low-risk businesses.
Nursing Home Residents Now Account For Over Half All LA County Coronavirus Deaths718 residents of L.A. County's institutional settings have now died of coronavirus, the vast majority of which lived in nursing homes.
Coronavirus: LA County Trails, Golf Courses, Some Retailers To Reopen FridayFlorists, car dealerships, toy stores, book stores, clothing stores, sporting goods stores and music stores will be allowed to open for curbside pickup only.
Spike In Coronavirus Cases Among LA County Healthcare Workers, Officials Talk Reopening PlansNearly 3,000 healthcare workers in L.A. County have now tested positive for coronavirus. 40% of those worked in nursing homes.
Nearly Half Of LA County's Coronavirus Deaths Are Nursing Home ResidentsResidents of institutional settings account for 47% of all coronavirus deaths in L.A. County.