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.
LA County Sees Over 1,500 New Coronavirus Cases Wednesday, 56 DeathsOfficials hinted that L.A. County's reopening plans could be slower and more conservative due the county's large population and density.
LA County's Coronavirus Death Toll Hits 1,000-MarkCounty officials reported that 92% of those who have died had underlying conditions.
Institutional Settings Accounting For 40 Percent Of All LA County Coronavirus DeathsHealth officials say 292 residents of institutional settings have died of COVID-19, primarily from nursing homes.
46 New Coronavirus Deaths In LA County; Cases Pass 15,000-MarkThere were 1,400 new cases Tuesday, the high number due to a reporting backlog from commercial labs.
LA County Coronavirus Deaths Reach New Daily High With 55; Mortality Rate Crosses 4 PercentL.A. County saw 399 new coronavirus cases Thursday, bringing its total to 10,844.
LA County Officials: Safer At Home Order Could Be Lifted In May, But 'Things Will Be Very Different'Los Angeles County reported 42 new coronavirus deaths Wednesday -- the highest single-day total for the second straight day.