Updated Daily by 4:30 PM
Note: Until Mar. 8, all confirmed cases were related to travel outside the U.S. or direct exposure to persons who had traveled outside the U.S. On Mar. 9, the first cases of persons infected either elsewhere in the country or in the community were reported.
Source: As reported 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.
Chart created by the Los Angeles Almanac.
As of April 4, 2020
For all Los Angeles County, excluding Long Beach and Pasadena. See note in source information below.
|Age Group||Total Cases||Percent|
|Age 0 to 17||48||1%|
|Age 18 to 40||1,785||35%|
|Age 41 to 65||2,160||42%|
|Age Over 65||1,050||21%|
AGE GROUP FOR EVERY 100 CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES:
CONFIRMED COVID-19 CASES BY SEX:
Source: Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. 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.
Note: Specific numbers are not released for cities/communities with a population of less than 25,000. Communities listed below with "(# withheld)" are these communities, having from 1 to 4 reported cases.
As of April 4, 2020
606 cases are under investigation. Remaining cases distributed as below:
(The City of Los Angeles as a whole has 2,361 cases)
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Numbers above are subject to change based on 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.
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.