Los Angeles County COVID-19 Cases Marked as Incomplete Reporting Data – Deadline

Los Angeles County reported a total of 2,708 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 numbers Tuesday, and the county’s Department of Public Health announced 51 new deaths from the virus. He said he anticipates receiving a backlog of cases in the coming days due to reporting delays, with three hospitals not reporting data today.

With the new cases, the county has a total of 178,642 positive COVID-19 cases and 4,426 deaths to date. There are 2,051 current coronavirus-related hospitalizations as of Tuesday, with 18% of those patients on ventilators. Total hospitalizations decreased from the all-time high of 2,232 hospitalized patients on July 20, but increased from 2,017 on Monday.

Tuesday’s COVID-19 numbers represented an increase in cases from the 1,949 confirmed cases Friday, a number that Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti called “hopeful signs that reflect our resilience.” There were 2,039 new infections reported on Monday.

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The new numbers also come a day after California Governor Gavin Newsom identified neighboring Imperial County as the new COVD-19 hot spot. On Monday, Newsom shared that the Central Valley is a major new area of ​​concern, announcing a $ 52 million investment to increase testing, tracing, and health care support in the region.

Read the Public Health Tuesday updates below.