UPDATED: What We Know About L.A. County’s COVID-19 Cases

L.A. County Public Health has now confirmed 3,518 cases and 65 deaths
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Update 4/2/2020:

Below is the current breakdown of cases as of noon on April 2. The total number of the cases confirmed in the county is now 4,045, an increase of 527 new confirmations since last reporting. Of the cases, 879 have been hospitalized and there have been 78 deaths.

Long Beach 139
Melrose 113
Glendale 93
Hollywood 71
Torrance 69
West Hollywood 68
Santa Clarita 65
North Hollywood 57
Santa Monica 56
Carson 55
Redondo Beach 54
Beverly Hills 45
Inglewood 44
Downey 43
Manhattan Beach 43
Sherman Oaks 43
Brentwood 42
Burbank 41
Florence-Firestone 41
Pasadena 37
Sylmar 35
Hancock Park 34
Hollywood Hills 34
Encino 33
Lancaster 33
Woodland Hills 33
South Gate 30
Tarzana 29
Palms 28
Hawthorne 26
Norwalk 26
Silver Lake 25
Westwood 25
Bellflower 24
Compton 24
Pacific Palisades 24
West Los Angeles 24
Beverly Crest 23
East Los Angeles 23
Valley Village 23
Van Nuys 22
Koreatown 21
Lakewood 21
Lynwood 21
Mar Vista 21
Reseda 21
Boyle Heights 20
Chatsworth 20
Del Rey 20
Palmdale 20
Rancho Palos Verdes 20
Venice 20
Westlake 20
Culver City 19
Granada Hills 19
San Pedro 19
Studio City 19
Glassell Park 18
Palos Verdes Estates 18
Westchester 18
Carthay 17
Century City 17
Crestview 17
Gardena 17
West Vernon 17
Altadena 16
Canoga Park 16
Central 16
Lake Balboa 16
Los Feliz 16
Panorama City 16
Whittier 16
Alhambra 15
Athens-Westmont 15
Beverlywood 15
Downtown 15
Hermosa Beach 15
Huntington Park 15
Pico Rivera 15
Pomona 15
University Park 15
West Adams 15
Wilshire Center 15
Winnetka 15
Agoura Hills 14
Bell 14
Mid-city 14
Northridge 14
South Carthay 14
Baldwin Hills 13
Calabasas 13
Eagle Rock 13
Exposition Park 13
North Hills 13
Paramount 13
Wilmington 13
Arcadia 12
Bel Air 12
East Hollywood 12
Hacienda Heights 12
Miracle Mile 12
Porter Ranch 12
South Park 12
Temple-Beaudry 12
Wholesale District 12
Century Palms/Cove 11
Covina 11
Harbor Gateway 11
La Mirada 11
Monterey Park 11
Valley Glen 11
Watts 11
West Carson 11
West Hills 11
Cerritos 10
Highland Park 10
Hyde Park 10
Leimert Park 10
Maywood 10
Sun Valley 10
Cheviot Hills 9
Country Club Park 9
Cudahy 9
El Sereno 9
Lennox 9
Little Bangladesh 9
Montebello 9
Pico-Union 9
South Whittier 9
Sunland 9
Adams-Normandie 8
Azusa 8
Green Meadows 8
Harbor City 8
La Canada Flintridge 8
Lakeview Terrace 8
Lawndale 8
Pacoima 8
Arleta 7
Crenshaw District 7
Diamond Bar 7
El Monte 7
Glendora 7
La Puente 7
Monrovia 7
Playa Vista 7
San Gabriel 7
South Pasadena 7
Vermont Knolls 7
Vermont Vista 7
Vernon Central 7
View Park/Windsor Hills 7
West Covina 7
Covina 6
Echo Park 6
Harvard Heights 6
Historic Filipinotown 6
Ladera Heights 6
Lincoln Heights 6
Marina Peninsula 6
Mission Hills 6
Park La Brea 6
Rowland Heights 6
San Dimas 6
Victoria Park 6
Willowbrook 6
Baldwin Park 5
Bell Gardens 5
Cloverdale/Cochran 5
Gramercy Place 5
Harvard Park 5
Malibu 5
Marina del Rey 5
Rolling Hills Estates 5
San Fernando 5
Shadow Hills 5
South San Gabriel 5
Stevenson Ranch 5
Tujunga 5
Vermont Square 5
Castaic 4
Walnut 4
Claremont 3
Rosemead 3
La Verne 2
West Whittier/Los Nietos 2
Temple City 1
Under Investigation: 505

Ages 0-17: 36
Ages 18-40: 1,385
Ages 41-65: 1,630
Over 65: 787


Update 3/27/2020:

Below is the current breakdown of cases as of noon on March 27. The total number of the cases confirmed in the county is now 1,465, an increase of 257 new confirmations in the last 24 hours. Of the cases, 317 have been hospitalized and there have been 26 deaths.

Agoura Hills 6
Alhambra 8
Altadena 9
Arcadia 6
Arleta 2
Athens-Westmont 5
Azuza 1
Baldwin Hills 4
Bell 4
Bell Gardens 1
Bellflower 10
Beverly Hills 21
Beverlywood 8
Boyle Heights 8
Brentwood 30
Burbank 7
Calabasas 7
Canoga Park 2
Canyon Country 1

Carson 21
Castaic 3
Century City 6
Century Palms/Cove 3
Cerritos 2
Chatsworth
3

Claremont 1
Cloverdale/Cochran 3
Compton 7
Covina 3
Crenshaw District 2
Crestview 7
Culver City 6
Del Rey 9
Diamond Bar 2
Downey 12
Downtown 8
Duarte 2
Eagle Rock 4
East Hollywood 3
East Los Angeles 6
Echo Park 7
El Segundo 2
Encino 23
Exposition Park 2
Florence-Firestone 3
Gardena 5
Glassell Park 4
Glendale 29
Glendora 4
Granada Hills 8
Hacienda Heights 2
Hancock Park 14
Hawthorne 9
Hollywood 30
Hollywood Hills 19
Hyde Park 2
Inglewood 12
Koreatown 7
La Canada Flintridge 5
La Mirada 5
La Puente 1
La Verne 2
Lake Balboa 3
Lakewood 8
Lancaster 18
Lawndale 2
Leimert Park 2
Lincoln Heights 1
Little Bangladesh 2
Lomita 12
Long Beach 54
Los Feliz 6
Lynwood 8
Manhattan Beach 22
Mar Vista 8
Melrose 49
Miracle Mile 13
Monrovia 4
Montebello 2
Monterey Park 4
Mount Washington 3
North Hollywood 18
Northridge 7
Pacific Palisades 10
Pacoima 2

Palms 12
Paramount 5
Pasadena 9
Park LaBrea 8
Pico-Union 5
Pico Rivera 2
Playa Vista 8
Pomona 4
Porter Ranch 2
Rancho Palos Verdes 7
Redondo Beach 23
Reseda 8
San Dimas 1
San Fernando 3
San Gabriel 5
San Pedro 8
Santa Clarita 24
Santa Monica 28
Santa Monica Mountains 4
Sherman Oaks 21
Silver Lake 12
South El Monte 4
South Gate 4
South Park 3
South Pasadena 4
South Whittier 4
Stevenson Ranch 3
Studio City 10
Sun Valley 3
Sunland 1
Sylmar 4
Tarzana 17
Temple City 6
Torrance 21
Tujunga 2
University Park 6
Valinda 1
Valley Glen 12
Van Nuys 4
Venice 11
Vermont Knolls 3
Vermont Vista 5
Vermont Central 3
Walnut 1
Watts 1
West Adams 6
West Covina 5
West Hills 5
West Hollywood 42
West Los Angeles 9
West Vernon 6
West Whittier/Los Nietos 1
Westchester 8
Westlake 1
Westwood 16
Whittier 4
Wholesale District 8
Willowbrook 1
Wilmington 5
Wilshire Center 2
Winnetka 5
Woodland Hills 14

Ages 0-17: 22
Ages 18-40: 547
Ages 41-65: 565
Over 65: 268


Update 3/26/2020: Below is the current breakdown of cases as of noon on March 26. The total number of the cases confirmed in the county is now 1,216, an increase of 421 new confirmations in the last 24 hours. Of the cases, 253 have been hospitalized and there have been 21 deaths.

The large jump in numbers is attributed in part to an increase in the availability of testing in the county, as well as the spread of the virus.

“We are sad to report these nine additional deaths today–it is the highest daily number we’ve released to date,” L.A. County Public Health Director Dr. Barbara Ferrer stated in her daily press update. “Unfortunately, we have been expecting this. To the families and loved ones, we are deeply sorry for your loss.”

Bolded numbers represent an increase or new location since the last reporting. There are now 141 cases under investigation and not linked to a community.

Agoura Hills 5
Alhambra 8
Altadena 6
Arcadia 6
Arleta 2
Athens 3
Azuza 1

Baldwin Hills 4
Bell 2

Bell Gardens 3
Bellflower 8
Beverly Hills 15
Beverlywood 10
Boyle Heights 7
Brentwood 42
Burbank 6
Calabasas 5
Canoga Park 3
Canyon Country 1

Carson 21
Castaic 2
Century City 9
Century Palms/Cove 3
Cerritos 2
Chatsworth 1
Cloverdale/Cochran 3
Compton 5
Covina 4
Crenshaw District 2
Crestview 9
Culver City 8
Del Rey 9
Diamond Bar 2
Downey 10
Downtown 7
Duarte 2
Eagle Rock 3
East Hollywood 2
East Los Angeles 4
Echo Park 7
El Segundo 2
Encino 21
Exposition Park 2
Florence 7
Gardena 4
Glassell Park 2
Glendale 23
Glendora 2
Granada Hills 8
Hacienda Heights 2

Hancock Park 10
Hawthorne 9
Hollywood 27
Hollywood Hills 17
Hyde Park 1
Inglewood 12
Koreatown 7
La Canada Flintridge 6
La Mirada 5
La Puente 1

La Verne 2
Lake Balboa 3
Lakewood 7
Lancaster 16
Lawndale 2
Leimert Park 2

Lincoln Heights 1
Little Bangladesh 1
Lomita 12
Long Beach 41
Los Feliz 5
Lynwood 6
Manhattan Beach 21
Mar Vista 8
Melrose 47
Miracle Mile 13
Monrovia 2
Montebello 1

Monterey Park 4
Mount Washington 3
North Hollywood 15
Northridge 4
Pacific Palisades 12
Pacoima 1

Palmdale 2
Palms 10
Paramount City 4
Paramount 4
Pasadena 9
Park LaBrea 8
Pico 5
Pico Rivera 2
Playa Vista 8
Pomona 3

Porter Ranch 2
Rancho Palos Verdes 6
Redondo Beach 20
Reseda 8
San Dimas 1
San Fernando 3
San Gabriel 3
San Pedro 5
Santa Clarita 16
Santa Monica 21
Santa Monica Mountains 4
Sherman Oaks 17
Silver Lake 11
South El Monte 4
South Gate 4
South Park 2
South Pasadena 4
South Whittier 4
Stevenson Ranch 3
Studio City 11
Sun Valley 2
Sunland 1
Sylmar 2
Tarzana 14
Temple City 6
Torrance 14
Tujunga 2
University Park 6
Valinda 1

Valley Glen 12
Van Nuys 4
Venice 11
Vermont Knolls 3
Vermont Vista 5
Vermont Central 1
Walnut 1
Watts 1
West Adams 6
West Covina 4
West Hills 4
West Hollywood 35
West Los Angeles 5
West Vernon 6
West Whittier/Los Nietos 1

Westchester 7
Westlake 1
Westwood 11
Whittier 3
Wholesale District 6
Willowbrook 1
Wilmington 5
Wilshire Center 2
Winnetka 5
Woodland Hills 13

Ages 0-17: 19
Ages 18-40: 462
Ages 41-65: 462
Over 65: 223


Update 3/25/2020: Below is the current breakdown of cases as of noon on March 25. The total now sits at 799, an increase of 137 new confirmations in the last 24 hours.

Bolded numbers represent an increase or new location since the last reporting. There are now 56 cases under investigation and not linked to a community.

Agoura Hills 3
Alhambra 6
Altadena 5
Arcadia 4
Arleta 1
Athens 1
Baldwin Hills 3
Bellflower 7
Beverly Hills 13
Beverlywood 8
Boyle Heights 5
Brentwood 34
Burbank 3
Calabasas 4
Canoga Park 2
Canyon Country 1

Carson 9
Castaic 2
Century City 7
Century Palms/Cove 3
Cerritos 2
Cloverdale/Cochran 3
Compton 2
Covina 3
Crenshaw District 2
Crestview 7
Culver City 6
Del Rey 5
Diamond Bar 2
Downey 5
Downtown 6
Duarte 1
Eagle Rock 2
East Hollywood 1
East Los Angeles 3
Echo Park 4
El Segundo 2
Encino 13
Exposition Park 1
Florence 4
Gardena 1
Glassell Park 1
Glendale 12
Glendora 2
Granada Hills 7
Hancock Park 8
Hawthorne 8
Hollywood 23
Hollywood Hills 8
Hyde Park 1
Inglewood 5
Koreatown 5
La Canada Flintridge 3
La Mirada 4
La Verne 2
Lake Balboa 2
Lakewood 4
Lancaster 13
Lawndale 1
Lomita 9
Long Beach 28
Los Feliz 3
Lynwood 3
Manhattan Beach 17
Mar Vista 6
Melrose 33
Miracle Mile 8
Monterey Park 4
Mount Washington 2

North Hollywood 11
Northridge 2
Pacific Palisades 9
Palmdale 2
Palms 8
Paramount 1
Pasadena 7
Park LaBrea 8
Pico 2
Pico Rivera 1
Playa Vista 5
Porter Ranch 1
Rancho Palos Verdes 5
Redondo Beach 9
Reseda 5
San Dimas 1
San Fernando 3
San Pedro 4
Santa Clarita 10
Santa Monica 18
Santa Monica Mountains 3
Sherman Oaks 12
Silver Lake 6
South El Monte 3
South Gate 2
South Park 1
South Pasadena 3
South Whittier 3
Stevenson Ranch 2
Studio City 7
Sun Valley 2
Sunland 1
Sylmar 1
Tarzana 9
Temple City 3
Torrance 9
Tujunga 1
University Park 4
Valley Glen 11
Van Nuys 4
Venice 9
Vermont Knolls 1
Vermont Vista 3
Vermont Central 1
Walnut 1
West Adams 4
West Covina 2
West Hills 4
West Hollywood 31
West Los Angeles 4
West Vernon 5
Westchester 5
Westlake 1
Westwood 9
Whittier 3
Wholesale District 4
Willowbrook 1
Wilmington 4
Wilshire Center 2
Winnetka 3
Woodland Hills 11

Ages 0-17: 10
Ages 18-40: 310
Ages 41-65: 303
Over 65: 141


 

Update 3/24/2020: Today L.A. County Public Health updated numbers to a total of 662 cases. Four additional deaths are linked to the virus, including the first patient under 18 years old to succumb, bringing the total death toll in the county to 11.

“This is a devastating reminder that COVID-19 affects people of all ages,” L.A. County Public Health Department director Barbara Ferrer told the Los Angeles Times.

Current breakdown of cases as of noon on March 24. Bolded numbers represent an increase or new location since the last reporting. There are now 62 cases under investigation and not linked to a community.

Agoura Hills 3
Alhambra 5
Altadena 5
Arcadia 4
Athens 1
Baldwin Hills 3
Bellflower 3
Beverly Hills 12
Beverlywood 7
Boyle Heights 5
Brentwood 31
Burbank 2
Calabasas 4
Canoga Park 2
Canyon Country 1

Carson 8
Castaic 2
Century City 6
Century Palms/Cove 1
Cerritos 2
Cloverdale/Cochran 2
Compton 1
Covina 3
Crestview 7
Culver City 7
Del Rey 3

Diamond Bar 3
Downey 1

Downtown 3
Duarte 1
Eagle Rock 2
East Hollywood 1
East Los Angeles 3
Echo Park 2
El Segundo 2
Encino 10
Exposition Park 1
Gardena 1
Glendale 10
Glendora 1
Granada Hills 5
Hancock Park 7
Hawthorne 6
Hollywood 19
Hollywood Hills 8
Inglewood 5
Koreatown 5
La Canada Flintridge 2
La Mirada 3
La Puente 1
La Verne 2
Lake Balboa 2
Lakewood 3
Lancaster 8
Lawndale 2
Lomita 9
Los Feliz 2

Lynwood 2
Manhattan Beach 11
Mar Vista 6
Melrose 26
Miracle Mile 7
Monterey Park 3
North Hollywood 10
Northridge 2
Pacific Palisades 9
Palmdale 2
Palms 6
Paramount 2
Park LaBrea 8
Pico 1

Pico Rivera 1
Playa Vista 4
Porter Ranch 1

Redondo Beach 7
Reseda 4
San Dimas 1
San Fernando 2
San Pedro 2
Santa Clarita 7
Santa Monica 16
Santa Monica Mountains 2
Sherman Oaks 10
Silver Lake 5
South El Monte 1
South Gate 1
South Park 1
South Pasadena 3
South Whittier 2
Stevenson Ranch 2
Studio City 7
Sun Valley 2
Sunland 1

Sylmar 1
Tarzana 9
Temple City 1
Torrance 5
Tujunga 1
University Park 1
Valley Glen 9
Van Nuys 4
Venice 8
Vermont Knolls 1
Vermont Vista 3
Vermont Central 1
Walnut 1
West Adams 1
West Covina 1
West Hills 4
West Hollywood 31
West Los Angeles 4
West Vernon 4
Westchester 3
Westlake 1
Westwood 6
Whittier 3
Wholesale District 1

Wilmington 4
Wilshire Center 2
Winnetka 2
Woodland Hills 8

Ages 0-17: 10
Ages 18-40: 268
Ages 41-65: 250
Over 65: 107


Update 3/23/2020: As of noon on March 23, Los Angeles County is now reporting a total of 536 confirmed cases of COVID-19, of which 90 have required hospital treatment. Seven patients have now died from the disease. The latest information about neighborhoods and ages of patients appears below. There are now 61 cases still listed as “under investigation” and not linked to a specific geographic area.

Agoura Hills 1
Alhambra 4
Altadena 5
Arcadia 3
Athens 1
Baldwin Hills 3
Bellflower 3
Beverly Hills 12
Beverlywood 7
Boyle Heights 5
Brentwood 27
Burbank 2
Calabasas 3
Canoga Park 2
Carson 6
Castaic 1
Century City 4
Century Palms/Cove 1
Cerritos 2
Cloverdale/Cochran 1
Compton 1
Covina 1
Crestview 6
Culver City 5
Diamond Bar 2
Downtown 1
Duarte 1
Eagle Rock 2
East Hollywood 1
East Los Angeles 2
Echo Park 2
El Segundo 1
Encino 10
Gardena 1
Glendale 9
Glendora 1
Granada Hills 5
Hancock Park 6
Hawthorne 3
Hollywood 14
Hollywood Hills 7
Inglewood 3
Koreatown 3
La Canada Flintridge 2
La Mirada 3
La Verne 2
Lake Balboa 2
Lakewood 1
Lancaster 7
Lawndale 2
Lomita 8
Lynwood 2
Manhattan Beach 9
Mar Vista 6
Melrose 19
Miracle Mile 5
Monterey Park 3
North Hollywood 9
Northridge 1
Pacific Palisades 8
Palmdale 1
Palms 2
Paramount 2
Park LaBrea 6
Playa Vista 3
Redondo Beach 5
Reseda 3
San Dimas 1
San Fernando 1
San Pedro 2
Santa Clarita 7
Santa Monica 12
Santa Monica Mountains 2
Sherman Oaks 8
Silver Lake 4
South El Monte 1
South Gate 1
South Park 1
South Pasadena 3
South Whittier 2
Stevenson Ranch 2
Studio City 7
Sylmar 1
Tarzana 8
Temple 1
Torrance 4
Tujunga 1
University Park 1
Valley Glen 7|
Van Nuys 4
Venice 7
Vermont Knolls 1
Vermont Vista 1
Vermont Central 1
Walnut 1
West Adams 1
West Covina 1
West Hills 4
West Hollywood 23
West Los Angeles 4
West Vernon 2
Westchester 3
Westlake 1
Westwood 6
Whittier 2
Wilmington 3
Wilshire Center 1
Winnetka 1
Woodland Hills 7

Ages 0-17: 9
Ages 18-40: 217
Ages 41-65: 198
Over 65: 92


On Thursday, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health announced both the death of a second local patient related to COVID-19 and the confirmation that 40 additional cases of the virus have been found in the county. The data released by the department show a breakdown of neighborhoods where coronavirus cases have occurred so far, and make clear that the pandemic is widespread in the region.

“In these uncertain times, one thing is clear: the spread of COVID-19 is broad,” Dr. Barbara Ferrer, Los Angeles County Public Health Director, said. “Everyone should assume that anyone can have COVID-19, and anyone could unintentionally infect others. Therefore, we are imploring everyone who can, to stay home and stay safe.”

Of the 231 known cases, 30 have not yet been linked to a specific neighborhood or geographic area. For the other laboratory confirmed results, the most current list is as follows:

Brentwood 13
West Hollywood 12
Long Beach 12
Melrose 11
Encino 6
Boyle Heights5
Century City 5
Hollywood 5
Lomita 5
Manhattan Beach 5
Pacific Palisades 5
Sherman Oaks 5
Tarzana 5
Beverly Hills 4
Glendale 4
Granada Hills 4
Venice 4
Culver City 3
La Mirada 3
North Hollywood 3
Park La Brea 3
Santa Clarita 3
Studio City 3 
Westchester 3 
West Hills 3
Woodland Hills 3
Alhambra 2
Arcadia 2
Beverlywood 2
Diamond Bar 2
Hancock Park 2
Hollywood Hills 2
Inglewood 2
Monterey Park 2
Pasadena 2
Santa Monica 2
Santa Monica Mountains 2
Torrance 2
West Los Angeles 2
Westwood 2
Whittier 2
Baldwin Hills 1
Burbank 1
Calabasas 1
Carson 1
Castaic 1
Crestview 1
Covina 1
Eagle Rock 1
East Los Angeles 1
Echo Park 1
Gardena 1
Hawthorne 1
Koreatown 1
Lawndale 1
Lynwood 1
Mar Vista 1
Northridge 1
Palms 1
Playa Vista 1
Reseda 1
San Dimas 1
San Pedro 1
South El Monte 1
South Pasadena 1
Stevenson Ranch 1
Sylmar 1
Tujunga 1
University Park 1
Valley Glen 1
Van Nuys 1
Vermont Knolls 1
Walnut 1
West Adams 1
West Vernon 1

On Friday, the department also released new information for the age of patients in Los Angeles County (excluding Pasadena and Long Beach, which have their own public health officers and account for 14 of the 231 cases). That data suggests that, while much of the conversation has been around how the novel coronavirus might impact older adults, medical professionals are seeing cases from all age brackets. Currently, the median age of all patients is 47.

Ages 0-17: 4 
Ages 18-40: 65
Ages 41-65: 73
Over 65: 31

Statewide, 21 patients have died out of a total of 1,063 confirmed cases. According to the Los Angeles Times, 14 of those 21 deaths were individuals known to have underlying health issues that may have made them more vulnerable, and nine of the 14 were over the age of 70.

Even as more information about lab test results is released, public health officials are quick to warn that these numbers only reveal a portion of the story. Many more people may have the virus and not yet received test results or been able to access tests at all. Some carriers may not even be aware they have been exposed at all.

“We will see an increase in positive cases today, tomorrow, and for the coming weeks, but that doesn’t mean our actions to slow the spread of the virus are not working,” Dr. Ferrer said in a previous press statement. “The measures we are taking in L.A. County will help flatten the curve. By slowing the spread of the virus, we will protect our healthcare system and most vulnerable residents.”


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