CoronaVirus Updates March - Glendale
As of 10 p.m. Tuesday night, 03-31-20, California had 8,548 confirmed coronavirus cases and 181 deaths from the virus, according to a Los Angeles Times tracker. (These numbers are different from those of the state Department of Public Health, which are updated less often.)
• Governor Newsom announced Tuesday a new state hotline that people — particularly older, isolated Californians — can call for local non-medical services, such as food delivery and mental health care. The number is 833-544-2374.
CASES IN LA COUNTY:
• The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has confirmed 10 new deaths and 548 new cases of COVID-19.
o Six of the 10 deaths reported today occurred in people over the age of 65, two between 41– 65 years old; and two between 18 – 40 years old. All had reported underlying health conditions except for one individual between 18-40 years old.
o Over the last 48 hours, there have been 890 new cases.
o To date, Public Health has identified 3011 cases across all areas of LA County, including 54 deaths.
o As of today, 594 people who tested positive for COVID-19 (20% of positive cases) have been hospitalized at some point during their illness.
o Cases in Glendale = 76
As of 10:45 p.m. Sunday night 03-29-20, California had 6,358 confirmed coronavirus cases and 132 deaths from the virus, according to a Los Angeles Times tracker. (These numbers are different from those of the state Department of Public Health, which are updated less often.)
CASES IN LA COUNTY:
• The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has confirmed five new deaths and 332 new cases of COVID- 19.
To date, Public Health has identified 2136 cases across all areas of LA County, including 37 deaths.
o Cases in Glendale = 46
CASES IN LA COUNTY:
- The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has confirmed six new deaths and 344 new cases of COVID- 19.
- All of the five deaths reported yesterday occurred in people over the age of 60 who had underlying health conditions.
- Over the last 48 hours, there have been 601 new cases.
- To date, Public Health has identified 1804 cases across all areas of LA County, including 32 deaths.
- As of today, 398 positive cases (22% of positive cases) have been hospitalized.
- Cases in Glendale = 36
CASES IN LA COUNTY
- The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has confirmed three new deaths and 128 new cases of COVID-19.
- One individual was a youth under the age of 18, and two other individuals were between 50-70 years old. One of the individuals between 50-70 years old had underlying health conditions and resided in West Adams, the other is from a location that is still under investigation. The individual under the age of 18 resided in Lancaster.
- The juvenile fatality that the Los Angeles County Department Public Health reported will require further evaluation by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Though early tests indicated a positive result for COVID-19, the case is complex and there may be an alternate explanation for this fatality. Patient privacy prevents further details at this time.
- Over the last 48 hours there have been 256 new cases.
- To date, Public Health has identified 662 cases across all areas of LA County, including 11 deaths.
- This includes one new death reported by Long Beach yesterday. Upon completion of investigations, two cases reported earlier were not LA County residents.
- As of today, 119 positive cases have been hospitalized.
- Cases in Glendale = 10
Burbank - 1 Case Glendale - 4 Cases Pasadena - 2 cases
Safer At Home Order For Control of Covid-19
This Order prohibits all indoor public and private gatherings and all outdoor public and private events within a confined space, where at least 10 people are expected to be in attendance at the same time. This Order applies within the County of Los Angeles Public Health Jurisdiction, beginning at 11:59 p.m. on March 19, 2020 and continues through April 19, 2020, subject to the terms and conditions more particularly set forth below
For all gatherings that are not prohibited and for all Essential Businesses, the Health Officer orders those persons attending an event or gathering and the venues holding the event or gathering implement the following infection control precautions: (1) practice social distancing within the confined space by requiring attendees to be separated by six (6) feet, to the extent feasible; (2) provide access to hand washing facilities with soap and water or hand sanitizer that contains at least 60 percent alcohol; (3) post a sign in a conspicuous place at the public entry to the venue instructing members of the public to not attend if they are experiencing symptoms of respiratory illness, including fever or cough; and (4) adhere to communicable disease control recommendations provided by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. As a point of clarity, this Order does not prohibit any individual or family from outdoor activities such as hiking, walking, shopping at Essential Businesses, include grocery stores and restaurants, so long as all persons practice social distancing to the extent practicable.
Further, this Health Officer Order, requires all indoor malls, shopping centers, playgrounds and nonessential businesses to close. This Order applies to all cities in Los Angeles County except the cities of Pasadena and Long Beach. This Order does not supersede any stricter limitation imposed by a local public entity.
- All service counters located inside Glendale City Hall, Municipal Services, and Perkins buildings, as well as other off-site facilities, are closed to the public. Service counters are no longer accepting appointments for service. All City Departments can be reached by phone and all online resources are available.
- All late fees for City-provided services accrued as of the emergency proclamation declared on Monday, March 16th, will be waived at least through March 31st, 2020.
- Glendale issued two new Public Orders:
- City Measures to Address COVID-19 (Residential and Commercial Tenancies)
- Landlords may not evict tenants during this local emergency period if the tenant is able to show an inability to pay rent due to the circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- New City Measure to Address COVID-19 (Adult Day Care Facilities)
- All adult day care facilities within the City of Glendale shall be closed in order to prevent the congregation of large groups of adults, particularly seniors, in one location in an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
Update 03-18-20 12pm
- Los Angeles County reporting 190 cases with 1 (One) death.
- The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) has confirmed 46 new cases of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). All confirmed cases are being isolated and close contacts are quarantined.
- Glendale - 4 Cases
- Pasadena - 2 Cases
- Burbank - 0 Cases
Update 03-16-20 12pm
- The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has confirmed 25 new cases of COVID-19.
- Additional case information:
- Five cases have an unidentified source of exposure.
- One case was exposed during recent travel.
- One case had close contact with a confirmed case.
- Seventeen of these cases are pending more investigation.
- One is the case reported by the Pasadena Health Department this morning.
- To date, Public Health has identified 94 cases; of these, 15 cases are likely due to community transmission. Two of the cases confirmed today were hospitalized.
- 2 of the 94 laboratory confirmed cases are in Glendale.