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Re: LA COUNTY COVID-19 statistics

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L.A. County reported 318 new cases, among the lowest reported daily case counts since April. The county also reported 52 new deaths, a number that has remained stubbornly high. A total of 22,519 people in L.A. County have now died from coronavirus-related causes, with 1,210,905 people testing positive since the pandemic began.

Long Beach, which has its own health department, reported two more coronavirus related deaths on Tuesday and 52 additional cases. The city’s death toll hit 887 Tuesday, and 51,666 people have tested positive. Pasadena, which also has its own health department, reported no new deaths and 4 new cases; the death toll there was 327 and the number of cases since the pandemic began was 11,036.

L.A. County hospitals, meanwhile, had 857 people admitted with COVID-19, 236 of whom were in intensive care units.
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Ferrer on Wednesday reported another 75 deaths due to COVID-19, although two of those fatalities were actually reported Tuesday by health officials in Long Beach. The new fatalities lifted the countywide death toll from throughout the pandemic to 22,580.

The county also reported another 897 confirmed cases of COVID-19, raising the cumulative total since the pandemic began to 1,211,733.

According to state figures, there were 861 people hospitalized in the county as of Wednesday, with 225 people in intensive care units. The overall number actually reflected a slight increase from Tuesday, when 857 people were hospitalized.
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