Locations & Demographics
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NOTE: In alignment with both the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), LA County Department of Public Health will change to weekly reporting of COVID-19 data on Thursdays. The last day of daily reporting will be Tuesday, March 28. The first weekly report will be Thursday, April 6.
Los Angeles County Case Summary
Data are subject to change based on further investigation.
(1) No. of cases per 100,000 residents
(2) No. of deaths per 100,000 residents
As of 2/27/23, the “new daily counts” of reported cases and deaths at the top of this table will not include Long Beach cases on Saturdays-Thursdays. All Long Beach cases/deaths for the week will be included in the reported case/death counts on Fridays, making the reported counts on Fridays artificially high. This is due to a reporting cadence change by the City of Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services.
For more information on how LA County Department of Public Health counts COVID-19 cases, please visit the “About” tab on the COVID-19 Surveillance Dashboard.
|Hospitalization LAC cases only (excl Long Beach and Pasadena)|
Monthly estimates of the percent of confirmed hospitalized
COVID-19 cases with COVID-associated illness and with incidentally detected COVID, Los Angeles County1
|Month of hospital admission||Percent of hospitalized cases with COVID-associated illness1||Percent of hospitalized cases with incidental COVID detection|
(1) COVID-associated illness is determined by ICD-10 diagnosis codes assigned to a patient upon discharge. The COVID-associated illness definition includes patients positive for COVID-19 with a pneumonia, acute respiratory distress syndrome, or acute cardiopulmonary diagnosis. A national standard definition for COVID-associated illness has not been developed; caution should be applied when comparing these estimates to estimates from other jurisdictions which may use different methods.