Two New Confirmed COVID-19 Infections in WeHo; 2,136 in L.A. County

The number of novel coronavirus infections in West Hollywood increased from 50 reported Saturday to 52 as of today, meaning that one of every 709 residents of West Hollywood has been confirmed to be infected with COVID-19. That is the highest rate per capita of any city or community in Los Angeles County.

There were 2,136 confirmed infections across all of Los Angeles County, an 18% increase from Saturday’s

count. The number of deaths remained at 37. The City of Los Angeles had 1,020 cases.

In an announcement of the number of confirmed infections, the Health Department said that “five of the six deaths reported as of Saturday occurred in people over the age of 60, and one death was reported for an individual between 50 – 60 years old. Two of these individuals, including the person between 50-60 years old, did not have any reported underlying health conditions. Additional information regarding some of the new cases is pending further investigation.”

As of noon today, the number of infections in the Melrose neighborhood on the southern border of West Hollywood had not increase from the 56 confirmed infections yesterday.

The number of confirmed infections in other adjacent cities and neighborhoods as of today is:

  • Beverly Hills. Twenty four, up from 21 on Saturday.
  • Culver City. Nine, up from seven on Friday
  • Hollywood. Forty four, up from 38 on Thursday.

In its latest list of cities and neighborhoods, the Health Department has included those where no infections have been confirmed.

As always, people are reminded that they should practice social distancing – standing six feet away from others who may cough or sneeze and release droplets infected COVID-19. Although people who are sick with COVID-19 are the most infectious, it is possible that some people may spread the virus before they start to feel unwell.

It is also possible that a person can get COVID-19 by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touching his or her own mouth, nose, or eyes, but this is not thought to be the main way the virus spreads.

“If you are mildly sick, stay home for at least seven days and until 72 hours after being fever and symptom free,” the Health Department advises. “Call your doctor if you are concerned and/or your symptoms worsen. Individuals who are elderly, have underlying health conditions or pregnant should consider contacting their providers earlier when they are sick.”

Residents with questions about the COVID-19 pandemic and who are looking for resources to deal with it can find answers on the City of West Hollywood’swebsite. Here is a list of links to sections about particular issues:

Listed below are cities in Los Angeles County, unincorporated communities in the county and neighborhoods in the City of Los Angeles with the number of confirmed infections, if any, included:

City of Agoura Hills 9
City of Alhambra 10
City of Arcadia 9
City of Artesia
City of Avalon 0
City of Azusa 2
City of Baldwin Park 0
City of Bell 6
City of Bell Gardens 1
City of Bellflower 14
City of Beverly Hills 24
City of Bradbury 0
City of Burbank 19
City of Calabasas 10
City of Carson 28
City of Cerritos 4
City of Claremont 1
City of Commerce 0
City of Compton 11
City of Covina 6
City of Cudahy
City of Culver City 9
City of Diamond Bar 3
City of Downey 19
City of Duarte
City of El Monte 0
City of El Segundo
City of Gardena 6
City of Glendale 46
City of Glendora 6
City of Hawaiian Gardens
City of Hawthorne 11
City of Hermosa Beach 6
City of Hidden Hills 0
City of Huntington Park 2
City of Industry 0
City of Inglewood 20
City of Irwindale 0
City of La Canada Flintridge 7
City of La Habra Heights 0
City of La Mirada 7
City of La Puente 3
City of La Verne 1
City of Lakewood 12
City of Lancaster 23
City of Lawndale 4
City of Lomita
City of Long Beach 88
City of Lynwood 14
City of Malibu
City of Manhattan Beach 27
City of Maywood 4
City of Monrovia 4
City of Montebello 4
City of Monterey Park 5
City of Norwalk 12
City of Palmdale 7
City of Palos Verdes Estates 14
City of Paramount 6
City of Pasadena 10
City of Pico Rivera 5
City of Pomona 4
City of Rancho Palos Verdes 8
City of Redondo Beach 29
City of Rolling Hills 0
City of Rolling Hills Estates
City of Rosemead 2
City of San Dimas 3
City of San Fernando
City of San Gabriel 6
City of San Marino
City of Santa Clarita 38
City of Santa Fe Springs 0
City of Santa Monica 41
City of Sierra Madre 0
City of Signal Hill
City of South El Monte 0
City of South Gate 12
City of South Pasadena 5
City of Temple City 2
City of Torrance 34
City of Vernon 0
City of Walnut 3
City of West Covina 6
City of West Hollywood 52
City of Westlake Village 0
City of Whittier 8
Los Angeles 1020
Los Angeles – Adams-Normandie
Los Angeles – Alsace
Los Angeles – Angeles National Forest 0
Los Angeles – Angelino Heights 0
Los Angeles – Arleta 5
Los Angeles – Atwater Village
Los Angeles – Baldwin Hills 9
Los Angeles – Bel Air 9
Los Angeles – Beverly Crest 18
Los Angeles – Beverlywood 11
Los Angeles – Boyle Heights 10
Los Angeles – Brentwood 33
Los Angeles – Brookside 0
Los Angeles – Cadillac-Corning 0
Los Angeles – Canoga Park 3
Los Angeles – Carthay 13
Los Angeles – Central 4
Los Angeles – Century City 8
Los Angeles – Century Palms/Cove 8
Los Angeles – Chatsworth 8
Los Angeles – Cheviot Hills
Los Angeles – Chinatown 0
Los Angeles – Cloverdale/Cochran
Los Angeles – Country Club Park
Los Angeles – Crenshaw District
Los Angeles – Crestview 11
Los Angeles – Del Rey 12
Los Angeles – Downtown 10
Los Angeles – Eagle Rock 8
Los Angeles – East Hollywood 6
Los Angeles – Echo Park
Los Angeles – El Sereno 3
Los Angeles – Elysian Park
Los Angeles – Elysian Valley
Los Angeles – Encino 27
Los Angeles – Exposition 0
Los Angeles – Exposition Park 4
Los Angeles – Faircrest Heights 0
Los Angeles – Figueroa Park Square 0
Los Angeles – Florence-Firestone 6
Los Angeles – Glassell Park 7
Los Angeles – Gramercy Place
Los Angeles – Granada Hills 8
Los Angeles – Green Meadows
Los Angeles – Hancock Park 18
Los Angeles – Harbor City 2
Los Angeles – Harbor Gateway 4
Los Angeles – Harbor Pines 0
Los Angeles – Harvard Heights
Los Angeles – Harvard Park 2
Los Angeles – Highland Park 8
Los Angeles – Historic Filipinotown 0
Los Angeles – Hollywood 44
Los Angeles – Hollywood Hills 24
Los Angeles – Hyde Park 4
Los Angeles – Jefferson Park 0
Los Angeles – Koreatown 10
Los Angeles – Lafayette Square
Los Angeles – Lake Balboa 8
Los Angeles – Lakeview Terrace
Los Angeles – Leimert Park
Los Angeles – Lincoln Heights 2
Los Angeles – Little Armenia 0
Los Angeles – Little Bangladesh 4
Los Angeles – Little Tokyo
Los Angeles – Longwood 0
Los Angeles – Los Feliz 8
Los Angeles – Manchester Square
Los Angeles – Mandeville Canyon
Los Angeles – Mar Vista 9
Los Angeles – Marina Peninsula
Los Angeles – Melrose 71
Los Angeles – Mid-city 9
Los Angeles – Miracle Mile 9
Los Angeles – Mission Hills 5
Los Angeles – Mt. Washington
Los Angeles – North Hills 6
Los Angeles – North Hollywood 30
Los Angeles – Northridge 8
Los Angeles – Pacific Palisades 15
Los Angeles – Pacoima 3
Los Angeles – Palisades Highlands
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John Daniel Harrington Tyrell
John Daniel Harrington Tyrell
6 months ago

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