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L.A. County Breaks Single-Day Record With Over 45,000 COVID Cases

The county recorded 45,584 new COVID cases and 13 additional deaths associated with the virus on Sunday

LA County Breaks Record for Daily COVID Infections

The county reported 37,215 new COVID cases in its latest data, setting a record for the highest single-day amount throughout the pandemic

L.A. COVID Hospitalizations Top 1,000 for First Time Since Late September

There were 1,069 COVID-positive patients in Los Angeles County hospitals as of Tuesday, according to state figures

‘Staggeringly Fast’: COVID Cases Growing Rapidly in Los Angeles

In its latest data, L.A. County reported more than 6,500 new COVID infections, more than double the number from Tuesday

How Los Angeles Can Avoid COVID Hospital Surge

"Even if Omicron causes half the severe disease Delta does ... it can still be a major threat for our hospital systems and our residents," says Barbara Ferrer, L.A. County's health director

COVID Cases Rise in L.A. County As Officials Encourage Boosters

The county reported 3,512 new COVID cases and nine additional deaths associated with the virus

More Than 15 Million COVID Shots Have Been Given in L.A. But Officials Want More

"While we are proud of the work collectively done to administer 15 million vaccines in L.A. County, it is clear that we will need to continue to support vaccination efforts for months to come," county Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer says

COVID Hospitalizations in Los Angeles Dip Amid 7th Omicron Case Diagnosis

According to the latest state figures, there were 698 COVID patients at county hospitals as of Monday
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As Pandemic Conditions Improve, Will L.A. County Lift Its Mask Mandate?

Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer discussed the possibility on Tuesday, but didn't lay out a timeline
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Why Health Officials Are Imposing New COVID Measures Despite Improving Conditions

“This is a reasonable path forward that will position us to be better able to break the cycle of surges,” public health director Barbara Ferrer says