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Press Release: South African and Brazilian P.1 Variants Detected in L.A. C ounty; Metrics Indicate Less Community Transmission as Vaccinations Expand

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*Media Contact:* media@ph.lacounty.gov - (213) 240-8144

**For Immediate Release:
**April 7, 2021

*South African and Brazilian P.1 Variants Detected in L.A. County; Metrics Indicate Less Community Transmission as Vaccinations Expand*
"53 New Deaths and 479 New Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 in Los Angeles County"

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) has confirmed 53 new deaths and 479 new cases of COVID-19. To date, Public Health identified 1,223,174 positive cases of COVID-19 across all areas of L.A. County and a total of 23,340 deaths.

 

Public Health has identified one case of the South African variant, B.1.351, and three cases of the Brazilian P.1 variant, both variants of concern. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) classified the South African and Brazilian variants as variants of concern because they are potentially associated with increased transmissibility and reduced susceptibility to certain therapeutics. Although these are the first reported cases of the South African and Brazilian variant in L.A. County, it is likely there are additional undetected/undiagnosed cases. To date, 33 cases of the Brazilian variant and 10 cases of the South African variant have been reported in California.

 

Among 70 specimens analyzed at the Public Health Laboratory this past week, 64% of the specimens analyzed were the UK variant of concern, B.1.1.7 and 20% were the California variant of concern identified as B.1.427 or 429. This means 84% of the variants identified this past week are variants of concern with the probability of increased transmissibility and more severe disease. Three cases of the New York variant were also detected this week, which is a variant of interest. There were no cases of the Brazilian P.2 variant identified this week.

  

All key metrics indicate less community transmission; the rate of decrease is slowing for hospitalizations and cases.

 

During the month of February, the daily number of cases dropped 82% from February 1 to February 28. During the month of March, the daily number of cases continued to decrease, but dropped only 42% from March 1 to March 30. There is a similar slowing for hospitalizations, as well. During the month of February, the number of daily hospitalizations dropped 70% from February 1 to February 28 with only a 57% drop from March 1 to March 30.

 

Thankfully, the average number of daily deaths continued to decrease in March compared with February. The daily number of deaths dropped 63% from February 1 to February 28.  In March, average daily deaths decreased by 86% from March 1 to March 30.  This is welcomed news as it indicates we are still seeing declines in the very high number of deaths L.A. County experienced through January and February.

 

Of the 53 new deaths reported today, 21 people that passed away were over the age of 80, 14 people who died were between the ages of 65 and 79, 12 people who died were between the ages of 50 and 64, and two people who died were between the ages of 30 and 49. Three deaths were reported by the City of Long Beach and one death was reported by the City of Pasadena.

 

There are 552 people with COVID-19 currently hospitalized and 25% of these people are in the ICU. Testing results are available for nearly 6,150,000 individuals with 18% of people testing positive.

 

"To the friends and families mourning a loved one who passed away from COVID-19, we are sending our love and prayers during your time of grief," said Barbara Ferrer, PhD, MPH, MEd, Director of Public Health. "I want to express how grateful I am to our residents and businesses for following the safety measures. We are now more than three weeks out from when we moved to the red tier, and we have not yet seen any increases in our case rates, test positivity rate, or hospitalizations. This is only possible because of our collective commitment to each other. Please continue keeping yourself, your friends, and your families safe. With the majority of variants identified in Los Angeles County being variants of concern, it is even more important that we take all precautions during our re-openings to limit increases in community transmission.  Wear a mask, distance when around other in public, wash your hands, and make an appointment to get vaccinated when you are eligible."

 

Public Health continues to track data that shows how different races and ethnicities and those living in lower resourced areas are experiencing COVID-19.  Thankfully, gaps are closing.  The daily case rate for White residents is 50 cases a day per 100,000 people. For Black/African American residents, the rate is 52 cases per 100,000 people. And for Latino/Latinx residents, the rate is 56 cases per 100,000 people. Asian residents have the lowest case rate at 24 cases per 100,000 people.

 

The disproportionality across groups played out in devastating ways when we look at rates of death by race and ethnicity, and while there are declines for all groups, the Latinx community continues to see the most tragedy and loss. When the surge began in early November, the average number of Latinx residents who passed away each day was 3.4 deaths per 100,000 people and then sharply increased to 59 deaths per 100,000 people in mid-January. As of March 26, the mortality rate among Latinx residents declined to 4 deaths per 100,000 people, yet still remains two and half times more than the mortality rate for White residents and higher than the mortality rate for all other groups.  Since mid-January, the mortality rate among Black residents decreased from nearly 29 deaths per 100,000 Black residents to less than 2 deaths per 100,000 Black residents. Deaths among Asian residents have declined since the peak from 26 deaths per 100,000 Asian residents to 1.5 deaths per 100,000 Asian residents in late March.

 

As of March 26, the mortality rate among residents in the lowest resourced areas is down significantly to just 4.5 daily deaths per 100,000 people, but is still three times higher than the mortality rate for people living the highest resourced areas, which has dropped to 1.5 daily deaths per 100,000 people.

 

From January 2020 to date, 7,011 people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles County tested positive for COVID-19 and 202 people who were experiencing homelessness passed away from COVID-19. Similar to the overall trend in L.A. County, COVID-19 cases among people experiencing homelessness have declined significantly from the peak of 652 weekly cases during late-December, to fewer than six new cases reported last week. The number of deaths per week from COVID-19 among people experiencing homelessness peaked at 19 deaths in late December and have declined significantly to 1 death last week.  

 

Vaccinations for people experiencing homelessness began in February 2021. Since then, dozens of providers across the county have administered 11,483 COVID-19 vaccine doses to people experiencing homelessness. To lower barriers to vaccination, the County is employing both traditional clinic-based vaccination models and heavily relying on mobile teams to bring vaccine to people experiencing homelessness where they are, including shelters, encampments, churches and access centers. People experiencing homelessness are particularly vulnerable and we are thankful to the many partners committed to continuing and expanding these efforts.

 

Public Health remains committed to increasing the number of vaccination sites in the hardest hit communities in L.A. County. Similar to efforts for vaccinating people in hard hit communities, the county deploys mobile vaccination teams to congregate senior housing facilities where many homebound individuals live. The County is partnering with programs such as Meals on Wheels and other home delivered meal programs, community-based organizations, hospice agencies, the Los Angeles County Department Of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services, and the City of LA Department of Aging to identify homebound individuals in need of vaccination. Local fire departments and the County’s Sherriff Department are critical partners in this effort. To date, 15 local fire departments have partnered with us to vaccinate homebound residents, and we expect more in the coming weeks.

 

While gaps in vaccination rates persist by race and ethnicity for residents 65 and older, since February, Black residents 65 and older have seen the largest increase in vaccination rates at 145%. The County is also seeing large increases in the vaccination rate for Latinx residents, which increased by 114% from February 9 to April 2. Over this time period, the rate for American Indian/Alaska Native increased by nearly 110%. These increases translate into more protection for all with just about 50% or more of people 65 and older vaccinated across each race/ethnic group. 

 

COVID-19 vaccine eligibility expanded to all residents 50 through 64 years old in addition to all other eligible groups. On April 15, vaccines become available to any resident in Los Angeles County who is 16 and older.

For information about who is eligible for COVID-19 vaccine in L.A. County, how to make an appointment if it is your turn, what verifications you will need to show at your vaccination appointment, and much more, visit: www.VaccinateLACounty.com [ http://www.VaccinateLACounty.com?utm_content=&utm_medium=email&utm_name=&utm_source=govdelivery&utm_term= ] (English) and www.VacunateLosAngeles.com [ http://www.VacunateLosAngeles.com?utm_content=&utm_medium=email&utm_name=&utm_source=govdelivery&utm_term= ]  (Spanish). Vaccinations are always free and open to eligible residents and workers regardless of immigration status.

  

County Reopening Protocols, COVID-19 Surveillance Interactive Dashboard, Roadmap to Recovery, Recovery Dashboard, and additional actions you can take to protect yourself, your family and your community are on the Public Health website, www.publichealth.lacounty.gov [ http://www.publichealth.lacounty.gov/?utm_content=&utm_medium=email&utm_name=&utm_source=govdelivery&utm_term= ]. 

 

 Please see additional information below:

 

* *



*Total Cases*



 



*Laboratory Confirmed Cases *



1223174



 



-- Los Angeles County (excl. LB and Pas)*



1159674



 



-- Long Beach



52343



 



-- Pasadena



11157



 



*Deaths*



23340



 



-- Los Angeles County (excl. LB and Pas)



22087



 



-- Long Beach



917



 



-- Pasadena



336



 



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



 



 



- 0 to 4



28899



 



- 5 to 11



55146



 



- 12 to 17



69159



 



- 18 to 29



274257



 



- 30 to 49



385621



 



- 50 to 64



224091



 



- 65 to 79



89293



 



-  over 80



32516



 



-  Under Investigation



692



 



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



 



 



-  Female



587920



 



-  Male



549681



 



-  Other



623



 



-  Under Investigation



21450



 



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



 



 



-  American Indian/Alaska Native



1964



 



-  Asian



54023



 



-  Black



43490



 



-  Hispanic/Latino



592779



 



-  Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander



4185



 



-  White



123461



 



-  Other



103482



 



-  Under Investigation



236290



 



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



 



 



-  Hospitalized (Ever)



85371



 



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



 



 



-  American Indian/Alaska Native



41



 



-  Asian



2902



 



-  Black



1750



 



-  Hispanic/Latino



11782



 



-  Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander



91



 



-  White



5126



 



-  Other



344



 



-  Under Investigation



51



 



*CITY / COMMUNITY***



*Cases*



*Case Rate*



City of Agoura Hills



1015



4860



City of Alhambra



6773



7810



City of Arcadia



2672



4627



City of Artesia



2045



12176



City of Avalon



16



414



City of Azusa



6239



12468



City of Baldwin Park



13014



16952



City of Bell



6727



18515



City of Bell Gardens



8286



19238



City of Bellflower



10590



13623



City of Beverly Hills



2628



7613



City of Bradbury



35



3274



City of Burbank



8687



8105



City of Calabasas



1223



5028



City of Carson



9480



10102



City of Cerritos



3001



5994



City of Claremont



2238



6134



City of Commerce*



2385



18249



City of Compton



16754



16770



City of Covina



6339



12928



City of Cudahy



4755



19530



City of Culver City



2169



5441



City of Diamond Bar



3192



5550



City of Downey



17305



15145



City of Duarte



2290



10402



City of El Monte



17045



14535



City of El Segundo



700



4170



City of Gardena



6218



10142



City of Glendale



19570



9477



City of Glendora



4733



8970



City of Hawaiian Gardens



2208



15045



City of Hawthorne



10290



11590



City of Hermosa Beach



966



4911



City of Hidden Hills



87



4603



City of Huntington Park



11147



18739



City of Industry



168



38444



City of Inglewood



13359



11762



City of Irwindale



249



17066



City of La Canada Flintridge



746



3605



City of La Habra Heights



110



2016



City of La Mirada



4216



8500



City of La Puente



6643



16323



City of La Verne



2839



8530



City of Lakewood



7162



8912



City of Lancaster*



21647



13398



City of Lawndale



3535



10516



City of Lomita



1435



6923



City of Lynwood*



13240



18377



City of Malibu



400



3086



City of Manhattan Beach



1304



3622



City of Maywood



5176



18453



City of Monrovia



3138



8088



City of Montebello



10089



15672



City of Monterey Park



4766



7655



City of Norwalk



15923



14795



City of Palmdale



24175



15207



City of Palos Verdes Estates



443



3276



City of Paramount



9845



17573



City of Pico Rivera



11037



17169



City of Pomona



24108



15461



City of Rancho Palos Verdes



1462



3420



City of Redondo Beach



2708



3942



City of Rolling Hills



54



2784



City of Rolling Hills Estates



274



3377



City of Rosemead



4889



8833



City of San Dimas*



3186



9231



City of San Fernando



5215



21189



City of San Gabriel



3201



7816



City of San Marino



379



2855



City of Santa Clarita



20052



9097



City of Santa Fe Springs



2835



15438



City of Santa Monica



4653



5033



City of Sierra Madre



459



4177



City of Signal Hill



1125



9536



City of South El Monte



3401



16284



City of South Gate



18413



18759



City of South Pasadena



1301



4994



City of Temple City



2335



6405



City of Torrance



7076



4740



City of Vernon



124



59330



City of Walnut



1744



5712



City of West Covina



12720



11752



City of West Hollywood



2241



6065



City of Westlake Village



111



1328



City of Whittier



10923



12493



Los Angeles



496839



12284



Los Angeles - Adams-Normandie



1180



14387



Los Angeles - Alsace



1571



12624



Los Angeles - Angeles National Forest



5



12500



Los Angeles - Angelino Heights



280



11191



Los Angeles - Arleta



7026



20442



Los Angeles - Atwater Village



1390



9478



Los Angeles - Baldwin Hills



2671



8582



Los Angeles - Bel Air



390



4627



Los Angeles - Beverly Crest



623



4974



Los Angeles - Beverlywood



896



6802



Los Angeles - Boyle Heights*



17296



19907



Los Angeles - Brentwood



1502



4852



Los Angeles - Brookside



31



5336



Los Angeles - Cadillac-Corning



690



9690



Los Angeles - Canoga Park



9257



14178



Los Angeles - Carthay



917



6384



Los Angeles - Central



7527



19304



Los Angeles - Century City



599



4683



Los Angeles - Century Palms/Cove



6122



18131



Los Angeles - Chatsworth



3571



9635



Los Angeles - Cheviot Hills



444



4841



Los Angeles - Chinatown



721



8989



Los Angeles - Cloverdale/Cochran



1580



10857



Los Angeles - Country Club Park



1524



10057



Los Angeles - Crenshaw District



1447



10464



Los Angeles - Crestview



1000



8797



Los Angeles - Del Rey



1980



6614



Los Angeles - Downtown*



3929



14284



Los Angeles - Eagle Rock



3620



9144



Los Angeles - East Hollywood



3200



10926



Los Angeles - Echo Park



1316



9231



Los Angeles - El Sereno



6136



14677



Los Angeles - Elysian Park



500



8754



Los Angeles - Elysian Valley



1292



12703



Los Angeles - Encino



3387



7498



Los Angeles - Exposition



361



10854



Los Angeles - Exposition Park



6145



13681



Los Angeles - Faircrest Heights



259



7194



Los Angeles - Figueroa Park Square



1344



15411



Los Angeles - Florence-Firestone



9204



19399



Los Angeles - Glassell Park



3386



10714



Los Angeles - Gramercy Place



1300



12077



Los Angeles - Granada Hills



6415



11024



Los Angeles - Green Meadows



3903



18149



Los Angeles - Hancock Park



1028



6033



Los Angeles - Harbor City



2472



8504



Los Angeles - Harbor Gateway



4850



11124



Los Angeles - Harbor Pines



165



6849



Los Angeles - Harvard Heights



2573



14267



Los Angeles - Harvard Park



7105



18729



Los Angeles - Highland Park



5723



11827



Los Angeles - Historic Filipinotown



2023



14585



Los Angeles - Hollywood



5414



7932



Los Angeles - Hollywood Hills



1478



5021



Los Angeles - Hyde Park



3624



12698



Los Angeles - Jefferson Park



1157



14332



Los Angeles - Koreatown



5516



10671



Los Angeles - Lafayette Square



531



11647



Los Angeles - Lake Balboa



5349



12674



Los Angeles - Lakeview Terrace



2291



17445



Los Angeles - Leimert Park



1573



10325



Los Angeles - Lincoln Heights



5050



15492



Los Angeles - Little Armenia



1148



14305



Los Angeles - Little Bangladesh



2742



9674



Los Angeles - Little Tokyo



390



12448



Los Angeles - Longwood



584



13569



Los Angeles - Los Feliz



1031



4771



Los Angeles - Manchester Square



929



10883



Los Angeles - Mandeville Canyon



153



4898



Los Angeles - Mar Vista



2007



4726



Los Angeles - Marina Peninsula



141



3234



Los Angeles - Melrose



8072



10389



Los Angeles - Mid-city



1188



7904



Los Angeles - Miracle Mile



957



5321



Los Angeles - Mission Hills



4289



17779



Los Angeles - Mt. Washington



2825



11700



Los Angeles - North Hills



9256



15032



Los Angeles - North Hollywood



20475



13522



Los Angeles - Northridge



7466



10697



Los Angeles - Pacific Palisades



827



3884



Los Angeles - Pacoima



17056



22157



Los Angeles - Palisades Highlands



146



3796



Los Angeles - Palms



2546



5803



Los Angeles - Panorama City



13382



17783



Los Angeles - Park La Brea



605



4455



Los Angeles - Pico-Union



7041



16828



Los Angeles - Playa Del Rey



110



3442



Los Angeles - Playa Vista



584



5335



Los Angeles - Porter Ranch



2403



6752



Los Angeles - Rancho Park



349



5320



Los Angeles - Regent Square



252



9065



Los Angeles - Reseda



11381



14854



Los Angeles - Reseda Ranch



688



14840



Los Angeles - Reynier Village



263



6220



Los Angeles - San Pedro*



7100



9098



Los Angeles - Shadow Hills



383



8622



Los Angeles - Sherman Oaks



5676



6505



Los Angeles - Silverlake



3146



7137



Los Angeles - South Carthay



702



6626



Los Angeles - South Park



7288



19199



Los Angeles - St Elmo Village



696



15183



Los Angeles - Studio City



1358



6052



Los Angeles - Sun Valley



9356



17827



Los Angeles - Sunland



2262



11084



Los Angeles - Sycamore Square



28



4328



Los Angeles - Sylmar*



15976



19389



Los Angeles - Tarzana



3278



10617



Los Angeles - Temple-Beaudry



4995



12651



Los Angeles - Thai Town



883



9002



Los Angeles - Toluca Lake



492



5653



Los Angeles - Toluca Terrace



141



10796



Los Angeles - Toluca Woods



101



5436



Los Angeles - Tujunga



2879



10352



Los Angeles - University Hills



268



7816



Los Angeles - University Park



3500



12748



Los Angeles - Valley Glen



3797



12650



Los Angeles - Valley Village



2012



8139



Los Angeles - Van Nuys*



14444



15499



Los Angeles - Venice



1629



4807



Los Angeles - Vermont Knolls



2814



16360



Los Angeles - Vermont Square



1462



19094



Los Angeles - Vermont Vista



7421



18018



Los Angeles - Vernon Central



11008



21170



Los Angeles - Victoria Park



1039



12371



Los Angeles - View Heights



220



5956



Los Angeles - Watts



7383



17301



Los Angeles - Wellington Square



566



11516



Los Angeles - West Adams



3939



14256



Los Angeles - West Hills



2978



7345



Los Angeles - West Los Angeles



2356



6260



Los Angeles - West Vernon



10021



18681



Los Angeles - Westchester



2445



4738



Los Angeles - Westlake



7639



12870



Los Angeles - Westwood



2595



4796



Los Angeles - Wholesale District*



6293



17418



Los Angeles - Wilmington



8341



14766



Los Angeles - Wilshire Center



5531



11025



Los Angeles - Winnetka



6711



12959



Los Angeles - Woodland Hills



4907



7210



Unincorporated - Acton



463



5809



Unincorporated - Agua Dulce



273



6566



Unincorporated - Altadena



3280



7519



Unincorporated - Anaverde



146



9682



Unincorporated - Angeles National Forest



33



2651



Unincorporated - Arcadia



611



7656



Unincorporated - Athens-Westmont



6239



14700



Unincorporated - Athens Village



1051



21462



Unincorporated - Avocado Heights



1074



15852



Unincorporated - Azusa



2339



14689



Unincorporated - Bassett



2624



17709



Unincorporated - Bouquet Canyon



47



4380



Unincorporated - Bradbury



53



49074



Unincorporated - Canyon Country



829



10727



Unincorporated - Castaic*



3697



13596



Unincorporated - Cerritos



72



12266



Unincorporated - Charter Oak



0



0



Unincorporated - Claremont



41



5840



Unincorporated - Covina



2314



13758



Unincorporated - Covina (Charter Oak)



1522



11579



Unincorporated - Del Aire



304



6920



Unincorporated - Del Rey



26



8176



Unincorporated - Del Sur



166



6874



Unincorporated - Desert View Highlands



348



13959



Unincorporated - Duarte



843



19038



Unincorporated - East Covina



34



10334



Unincorporated - East La Mirada



500



9448



Unincorporated - East Lancaster



15



13158



Unincorporated - East Los Angeles



24736



19746



Unincorporated - East Pasadena



214



3342



Unincorporated - East Rancho Dominguez



2758



18017



Unincorporated - East Whittier



459



8651



Unincorporated - El Camino Village



809



9203



Unincorporated - El Monte



24



16552



Unincorporated - Elizabeth Lake



76



4576



Unincorporated - Florence-Firestone



13441



20773



Unincorporated - Franklin Canyon



1



8333



Unincorporated - Glendora



67



10152



Unincorporated - Hacienda Heights



5165



9235



Unincorporated - Harbor Gateway



0



0



Unincorporated - Hawthorne



313



12450



Unincorporated - Hi Vista



43



3916



Unincorporated - Kagel/Lopez Canyons



226



16006



Unincorporated - La Crescenta-Montrose



1081



5459



Unincorporated - La Habra Heights



14



2071



Unincorporated - La Rambla



266



12819



Unincorporated - La Verne*



165



8088



Unincorporated - Ladera Heights



374



5289



Unincorporated - Lake Hughes



41



6138



Unincorporated - Lake Los Angeles



1558



11990



Unincorporated - Lake Manor



127



7730



Unincorporated - Lakewood



0



0



Unincorporated - Lennox



3488



15473



Unincorporated - Leona Valley



110



6282



Unincorporated - Littlerock



529



13156



Unincorporated - Littlerock/Juniper Hills



112



8635



Unincorporated - Littlerock/Pearblossom



525



14710



Unincorporated - Llano



39



4447



Unincorporated - Marina del Rey



368



3910



Unincorporated - Miracle Mile



0



0



Unincorporated - Monrovia



366



9431



Unincorporated - Newhall



68



30909



Unincorporated - North Lancaster



150



12521



Unincorporated - North Whittier



1099



13146



Unincorporated - Northeast San Gabriel



1600



6657



Unincorporated - Padua Hills



9



4186



Unincorporated - Palmdale



110



13064



Unincorporated - Palos Verdes Peninsula



22



3543



Unincorporated - Pearblossom/Llano



115



5879



Unincorporated - Pellissier Village



163



26333



Unincorporated - Placerita Canyon



1



217



Unincorporated - Pomona



62



3199



Unincorporated - Quartz Hill



1176



9112



Unincorporated - Rancho Dominguez



379



14243



Unincorporated - Roosevelt



85



9130



Unincorporated - Rosewood



152



11820



Unincorporated - Rosewood/East Gardena



156



13076



Unincorporated - Rosewood/West Rancho Dominguez



494



14698



Unincorporated - Rowland Heights



3601



7058



Unincorporated - San Clemente Island



0



0



Unincorporated - San Francisquito Canyon/Bouquet Canyon



15



1748



Unincorporated - San Jose Hills



3462



17121



Unincorporated - San Pasqual



38



1867



Unincorporated - Sand Canyon



17



5519



Unincorporated - Santa Catalina Island



164



61423



Unincorporated - Santa Monica Mountains*



651



3496



Unincorporated - Saugus



128



82581



Unincorporated - Saugus/Canyon Country



38



10674



Unincorporated - South Antelope Valley



27



5934



Unincorporated - South El Monte



346



19276



Unincorporated - South San Gabriel



935



10567



Unincorporated - South Whittier



8296



14008



Unincorporated - Southeast Antelope Valley



78



9987



Unincorporated - Stevenson Ranch



1125



5366



Unincorporated - Sun Village



927



15358



Unincorporated - Sunrise Village



191



14738



Unincorporated - Twin Lakes/Oat Mountain



90



5428



Unincorporated - Val Verde



335



10124



Unincorporated - Valencia



188



6120



Unincorporated - Valinda



3709



15870



Unincorporated - View Park/Windsor Hills



671



5767



Unincorporated - Walnut Park



3056



18931



Unincorporated - West Antelope Valley



56



3706



Unincorporated - West Carson



2134



9662



Unincorporated - West Chatsworth



2



16667



Unincorporated - West LA



226



23739



Unincorporated - West Puente Valley



1699



17275



Unincorporated - West Rancho Dominguez



194



14275



Unincorporated - West Whittier/Los Nietos



4176



15510



Unincorporated - Westfield/Academy Hills



42



3231



Unincorporated - Westhills



42



5006



Unincorporated - White Fence Farms



268



7277



Unincorporated - Whittier



309



8166



Unincorporated - Whittier Narrows



13



108333



Unincorporated - Willowbrook



5943



17022



Unincorporated - Wiseburn



506



8396



-  Under Investigation



19036



 



 

 

 These numbers are subject to change based on further investigation. 83 cases and 5 deaths 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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* Los Angeles County Department of Public Health: http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/ [ http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/?utm_content=&utm_medium=email&utm_name=&utm_source=govdelivery&utm_term= ]
* California Department of Public Health:

https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/Immunization/nCOV2019.aspx [ https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/Immunization/nCOV2019.aspx?utm_content=&utm_medium=email&utm_name=&utm_source=govdelivery&utm_term= ]


* Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html [ https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html?utm_content=&utm_medium=email&utm_name=&utm_source=govdelivery&utm_term= ]

      Spanish https://espanol.cdc.gov/enes/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html [ https://espanol.cdc.gov/enes/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html?utm_content=&utm_medium=email&utm_name=&utm_source=govdelivery&utm_term= ]


* World Health Organization https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus [ https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus?utm_content=&utm_medium=email&utm_name=&utm_source=govdelivery&utm_term= ]
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  • [登録者]Los Angeles County Public Health
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  • [エリア]Los Angeles, CA
  • 登録日 : 2021/04/07
  • 掲載日 : 2021/04/07
  • 変更日 : 2021/04/07
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