Mark McDermott

LA County registers 132 new COVID-19 cases in 48 hours, bringing total to 409 and 36 in the South Bay

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The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health on Sunday confirmed 71 new cases of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the biggest one day increase since the outbreak began, bringing the countywide total to 409. The numbers included six cases in the South Bay and one new death, which brings the total to five deaths in LA County. The death was reported as an individual from Culver City was over 65 and had underlying health conditions. 

“We are deeply sorry for the passing of loved ones and send our prayers to the families and friends of those who have died from COVID-19,” said Barbara Ferrer, Los Angeles County Public Health Director. “It is critical that everyone practices social distancing, obey the Safer at Home Health Officer Order and assume that anyone can have COVID-19, and anyone could unintentionally infect others. Please know that the actions you take today to stay six feet away from others and limit all non-essential activities outside your home are the best way for us to slow the spread of COVID-19 and save lives.”

Over the last 48 hours there have been 132 new cases. The new cases in the South Bay included two in Redondo Beach, bringing the total there to four. Carson, Torrance, Lomita Inglewood each had a single new confirmed case, while Rancho Palos Verdes saw its first case. El Segundo’s cases dropped from two to one in the County’s data. 

Laboratory Confirmed Cases — 409 Total Cases

  • Los Angeles County (excl. LB and Pas) — 391*
  • Long Beach — 15
  • Pasadena — 3

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

  • 0 to 17 — 5
  • 18 to 40 –160
  • 41 to 65 –159
  • over 65 –67

Investigation

  • – Investigated Cases 352

Hospitalization and Death (among Investigated Cases)

  • Hospitalized (Ever) 84
  • Deaths 5

CITY / COMMUNITY**

  • Alhambra 3
  • Altadena 3
  • Arcadia 2
  • Athens 1
  • Baldwin Hills 3
  • Bellflower 1
  • Beverly Hills 8
  • Beverlywood 6
  • Boyle Heights 5
  • Brentwood 23
  • Burbank 2
  • Calabasas 2
  • Canoga Park 1
  • Carson 4
  • Castaic 1
  • Century City 4
  • Century Palms/Cove 1
  • Cerritos 2
  • Covina 1
  • Crestview 5
  • Culver City 4
  • Del Rey 2
  • Diamond Bar 2
  • Downtown 1
  • Eagle Rock 1
  • East Hollywood 1
  • East Los Angeles 2
  • Echo Park 1
  • El Segundo 1
  • Encino 10
  • Gardena 1
  • Glendale 6
  • Glendora 1
  • Granada Hills 4
  • Hancock Park 5
  • Hawthorne 2
  • Hollywood 12
  • Hollywood Hills 5
  • Inglewood 3
  • Koreatown 2
  • La Canada Flintridge 1
  • La Mirada 3
  • La Verne 2
  • Lake Balboa 1
  • Lakewood 1
  • Lancaster 4
  • Lawndale 1
  • Lomita 8
  • Los Feliz 1
  • Lynwood 2
  • Manhattan Beach 7
  • Mar Vista 5
  • Melrose 17
  • Miracle Mile 4
  • Monterey Park 3
  • North Hollywood 5
  • Northridge 1
  • Pacific Palisades 7
  • Palms 1
  • Paramount 1
  • Park La Brea 4
  • Playa Vista 2
  • Rancho Palos Verdes 1
  • Redondo Beach 4
  • Reseda 2
  • San Dimas 1
  • San Fernando 1
  • San Pedro 1
  • Santa Clarita 4
  • Santa Monica 7
  • Santa Monica Mountains 2
  • Sherman Oaks 7
  • Silverlake 3
  • South El Monte 1
  • South Gate 1
  • South Pasadena 3
  • South Whittier 1
  • Stevenson Ranch 1
  • Studio City 4
  • Sun Valley 1
  • Sunland 1
  • Sylmar 1
  • Tarzana 8
  • Temple 1
  • Torrance 3
  • Tujunga 1
  • University Park 1
  • Valley Glen 6
  • Van Nuys 2
  • Venice 7
  • Vermont Knolls 1
  • Vermont Vista 1
  • Vernon Central 1
  • Walnut 1
  • West Adams 1
  • West Covina 1
  • West Hills 4
  • West Hollywood 19
  • West Los Angeles 3
  • West Vernon 2
  • Westchester 3
  • Westlake 1
  • Westwood 5
  • Whittier 2
  • Wilmington 1
  • Winnetka 1
  • Woodland Hills 5
  • – Under Investigation 38

*These numbers are subject to change based on further investigation; twelve previously reported cases were not in Public Health’s jurisdiction. **Locations that were less <25000 have been added to the nearest city or community.

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