LA County Seeing 'High Number' Of Newly Confirmed COVID-19 Cases, Public Health Officials ReportPublic health officials Saturday confirmed 57 new deaths and 2,916 new cases of COVID-19 in Los Angeles County.
LA County Reports 2,667 New Coronavirus Cases, 51 DeathsHealth officials also reported that 1,995 people were currently hospitalized, with 26% being treated in intensive care units and 17% on ventilators.
LA County Reports 1,777 New Coronavirus Cases, 50 Deaths; Health Officials Warn Non-Essential Businesses Might Close AgainHealth officials also said the data continued to show disparities in health outcomes by race, ethnicity and income level.
SoCal Experienced Worst Air Quality In A Decade Over July 4th WeekendThe highest concentrations of particulate matter were detected in Central Los Angeles, North Hollywood and Anaheim.
LA County Supervisors Push Sheriff Villanueva For Transparency On Deputy ShootingsThe L.A. County Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a number of motions aimed at increasing transparency of investigations into fatal shootings by sheriff's deputies.
Body Discovered On California Shoreline Of Colorado River; Probe UnderwayA death investigation has been launched after authorities say a body was discovered on the California shoreline of the Colorado River.
'It's Necessary': Beach Closures Begin Ahead Of July 4th WeekendBeaches in Santa Barbara County, and many in Orange County, were closed ahead of the holiday as well. San Diego beaches remained open.
LA County Reports 2,204 New Coronavirus Cases, 55 Additional DeathsHealth officials said more than 1.13 people had been tested for coronavirus, with 9% testing positive.
LA, OC Among 19 Calif. Counties Ordered To Close Indoor Operations For Restaurants, Cardrooms, Other Businesses For Three WeeksCalifornia will require 19 counties — including Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura — to shutter some indoor businesses for at least three weeks due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
LA County Reports More Than 2,000 New COVID-19 Cases For Fourth Consecutive DayThere were also 35 more deaths reported, bringing the county's death toll to 3,402.
'We Don't Provide Judgement': Contact Tracers Work To Slow Spread Of Coronavirus In LA CountyCalls will either come from an 866 number or will come through as L.A. County Health on caller ID, and health officials say answering the phone, or returning missed calls, is important to the effort to prevent further spread of COVID-19.
One-On-One: Get To Know LA County Public Health Director Dr. Barbara FerrerDr. Barbara Ferrer has become the face and voice of Los Angeles County's fight against COVID-19.
Coronavirus Cases, Hospitalizations Continue To Climb In LA CountyThe Los Angeles County Department of Public Health reported 2,779 newly confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus and 45 additional fatalities Tuesday.
Health Officials Issue Dire Warnings As LA County Surpasses 100K Coronavirus CasesThe latest statistics compiled by local health officials estimate that, on average, one in every 140 people in L.A. County is infected with COVID-19 and capable of spreading it to others — likely without having any symptoms or knowledge that they have been infected.
Coronavirus Hospitalizations, Cases Continue Climbing In LA CountyWhile the average number of daily deaths from the virus has been dropping, the number of cases continues to rise.