On Saturday, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health released new data on Covid-19, including 29 new deaths and 500 new positive cases.
Department data showed that as hospital admissions continued to decline, delays in weekend reports on the number of cases and deaths could be reflected.
Public health data led LA County to a total of 1,233,488 confirmed cases and 23,918 deaths. At the time of the report, 414 county residents were hospitalized with Covid-19, 21% of whom were in the intensive care unit.
Test results are now available to more than 6,502,000 people, with 18% testing positive. Today’s daily test positive rate is 0.6%, the lowest level seen across the epidemic.
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Among the new deaths today, 11 were among people over the age of 60, of whom eight were infected between the ages of 655 and 799. Five of the dead were between the ages of 50 and 644, of whom three died between the ages of 30 and 49. Two of the dead came from the city of Pasadena.
Soon, LA County is expected to enter the yellow (or at least barrier) level of the California blueprint for a safe economy. The move will allow for increased capacity in many areas, including movie theaters, concert venues and theme parks, while maintaining safety changes such as masking in compliance with CDC guidelines.
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One of the top priorities for public health today is to provide vaccinations for those who are homeless. To date, 7,103 cases of Covid-19 have been identified in this population, with 206 deaths. Like the general public, the number of cases is also decreasing. In any case, 122 suppliers are currently providing vaccines for homeless people across the city.