221,950 COVID-19 Cases In LA: Where They Are – Los Angeles, CA Patch

LOS ANGELES, CA – Los Angeles County added 1,192 new cases of COVID-19 and nine more deaths Sunday, bringing the county’s totals to 221,950 cases and 5,254 fatalities.

While the numbers appeared to be smaller than usual, officials from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health attributed the decrease to a weekend reporting lag; however, the data on hospitalizations and deaths were accurate.

According to Gov. Gavin Newsom earlier in the week, the state would be releasing a more accurate positivity rate once a backlog of cases had been accounted for.

On a more positive note, there were slightly fewer hospitalizations than Saturday, with 1,357 confirmed cases currently hospitalized and 32% of those in intensive care, down from 33%.

The downward trend has led to some optimism that the county is successfully slowing the impact of COVID-19. The week-long rolling average of daily hospitalizations is down by 25% from the 2,026 average at the end of July.

Results from testing were available for nearly 2,078,000 individuals as of Sunday, with 10% testing positive.

“To the many families suffering a loss due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we keep you in our thoughts and prayers,” Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said. “It is a collective responsibility shared between everyone including each resident and business to slow the spread of COVID-19. We need collaboration and unity to do those things we know reduce transmission of the virus so we can re-open with as much safety as possible.”

Given the ELR delays, the department urged any person with a positive lab result to call 1-833-540-0473 to connect with a public health specialist who can provide information about services and support. Residents who do not have COVID-19 should continue to call 211 for resources or more information.


Laboratory Confirmed Cases:

  • LA County: 221,950
  • Long Beach: 210,104
  • Pasadena: 9,637

Confirmed cases by city:

  • Agoura Hills: 128
  • Alhambra: 1046
  • Arcadia: 407
  • Artesia: 273
  • Avalon: 5
  • Azusa: 1257
  • Baldwin Park: 2421
  • Bell: 1352
  • Bell Gardens: 1639
  • Bellflower: 2001
  • Beverly Hills:576
  • Bradbury: 13
  • Burbank: 1167
  • Calabasas:219
  • Carson: 1509
  • Cerritos: 481
  • Claremont: 308
  • City of Commerce: 487
  • Compton: 3387
  • Covina: 1144
  • Cudahy: 950
  • Culver City:350
  • Diamond Bar: 460
  • Downey: 3445
  • Duarte: 429
  • El Monte: 3753
  • El Segundo: 106
  • Gardena: 1007
  • Glendale: 2763
  • Glendora: 1087
  • Hawaiian Gardens: 446
  • Hawthorne: 1662
  • Hermosa Beach: 177
  • Hidden Hills: 7
  • Huntington Park: 2434
  • City of Industry: 29
  • Inglewood: 2428
  • Irwindale: 60
  • La Canada Flintridge: 143
  • La Habra Heights: 32
  • La Mirada: 727
  • La Puente: 1258
  • La Verne: 374
  • Lakewood: 1047
  • Lancaster: 2605
  • Lawndale: 541
  • Lomita: 204
  • Lynwood: 2765
  • Malibu: 90
  • Manhattan Beach: 295
  • Maywood: 1196
  • Monrovia: 615
  • 1585
  • City of Montebello: 1901
  • Monterey Park: 802
  • Norwalk: 2791
  • Palmdale: 3250
  • Palos Verdes Estates: 77
  • Paramount: 2046
  • Pico Rivera: 2030
  • Pomona: 4569
  • Rancho Palos Verdes: 248
  • Redondo Beach: 483
  • Rolling Hills: 5
  • Rolling Hills Estates: 34
  • Rosemead: 698
  • San Dimas: 432
  • San Fernando: 740
  • San Gabriel: 496
  • San Marino: 62
  • Santa Clarita: 2654
  • Santa Fe Springs: 451
  • Santa Monica: 708
  • Sierra Madre: 63
  • Signal Hill: 221
  • South El Monte: 680
  • South Gate: 3823
  • South Pasadena: 238
  • Temple City: 447
  • Torrance: 1195
  • Vernon: 9
  • Walnut: 233
  • West Covina: 2421
  • West Hollywood: 466
  • Westlake Village: 24
  • Whittier: 1853
  • Los Angeles: 90,087
  • Los Angeles – Adams-Normandie: 221
  • Los Angeles – Alsace: 299
  • Los Angeles – Angeles National Forest: 2
  • Los Angeles – Angelino Heights: 55
  • Los Angeles – Arleta: 1175
  • Los Angeles – Atwater Village: 195

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