For the second week in a row, Los Angeles County has set a new record of new COVID-19 infections in one week. As of Nov. 27, the county reports almost 26,000 new infections. Unfortunately, there is yet one more day in the week for county residents to push this record-setting number even higher.
7-Day Rolling Avg.: 4,428 ▲ (previous day's 7-day avg.: 4,389)
7-Day Rolling Avg.: 30 ▼ (previous day's 7-day avg.: 32)
Also see: Day-to-Day Case & Death Numbers since January 2020.
California: 1,185,300 cases; 19,083 deaths
United States: 13,072,584 cases; 264,764 deaths
World: 61,520,844 cases; 1,440,907 deaths
Source: Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 Dashboard
Daily COVID-19 data by demographics (age, sex, race) are available directly from the Los Angeles Dept. of Public Health.
7-Day Average of Daily New COVID-19 Cases Reported from March 10 through November 27
Timeline of COVID-19 Cases by Community in Los Angeles County
Top 20 Communities, March through November 23
Video shows time-lapse spread of COVID-19 across Los Angeles County, from March 16 to July 22, 2020.
Source: Numbers as reported daily by the Los Angeles County Dept. of Public Health, Long Beach Health Dept., and Pasadena Public Health Dept. The cities of Long Beach and Pasadena operate public health departments independent of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. Los Angeles County's other 86 cities, including the City of Los Angeles, fall under the county's public health department for public health services and monitoring.
As of November 27, 2020
By Los Angeles County Service Planning Areas
(Please note that we separated the Santa Clarita Valley region from the county's designated San Fernando Valley Service Planning Area for statistical purposes.)
Percentage of overall county population for each region is in blue type above number of cases.
By City of Los Angeles Regions
Percentage of overall city population for each city region is in blue type above number of cases.
Note: The total number of cases for all regions within the county or the city of Los Angeles may not match the total reported for that jurisdiction as whole. We count only cases specifically identified by community. For ratio of cases to population, we use U.S. Census Bureau 2018 estimates as the most recent population numbers available.
Also see: Cases by Specific City/Community.
Number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in Los Angeles County and available ICU beds and ventilators.
- Los Angeles County Dept. of Public Health
Accumulated Test Results, as of November 22, 2020:
→ Total COVID-19 tests: 7,460,653
→ Total Positive Tests: 461,724
→ Accumulated Positive Rate: 6.2%
→ 7-Day Average Positive Rate: 7.0%
Note: For all Los Angeles County, except Long Beach and Pasadena. Data provided for last date in which county public health expects no further lags in reporting from testing labs.
L.A.'S LAST PANDEMIC
There are many similarities between L.A.'s last experience with a pandemic a century ago and L.A.'s COVID-19 experience today.
As of November 27, 2020
For Los Angeles County, including Long Beach and Pasadena
The city of Avalon on Santa Catalina Island remained without any confirmed COVID-19 cases until June 23. It was the last of Los Angeles County's 88 cities to fall to COVID-19 infections.
Places of residence for 4,680 cases remain under investigation. Remaining cases are distributed as below:
(The City of Los Angeles, as a whole, has recorded 158,622 cases)
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Numbers above are subject to change based upon further investigation.
** Unincorporated Community
PLEASE NOTE: Los Angeles County Public Health cautions that the public should not assume that any location in the county is safer from exposure than any other. Cases are occurring across the county, so remain aware and practice social distancing. It should also be noted that an unusually high number of cases within a particular community may possibly be attributed to an outbreak at one or more institutional settings (such as a nursing or jail facility).
On Mar. 11, Los Angeles County Public Health reported the county's first virus-connected death. The patient was a 60-year-old female visitor from outside the county who had recently traveled outside the U.S. The second death was reported on Mar. 19 in the Pasadena area.
On Mar. 9, Los Angeles County Public Health reported the county's first positive case of COVID-19 where the patient had an unknown source of exposure to the virus. The second case was reported on Mar. 11.
The first COVID-19 case in Los Angeles County, a foreign traveler passing through Los Angeles International Airport, was announced on Jan. 26, 2020. The patient had since recovered and no person-to-person transmissions of the virus had been connected to this person.