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TO UPDATE: The Los Angeles Department of Health released its daily data for Covid-19 for February 14th. Public health reports 82 new deaths and 1,936 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 in LA County. As with all weekend numbers, lowercase letters and deaths reported today may reflect delays in reporting.
That brings the total number of reported Covid-19 cases to 1,105,615 and 19,066 deaths, respectively. It is momentary
3,270 people were hospitalized with Covid-19, 30% in the intensive care unit. Of the more than 5,691,000 people tested; 19% of all people tested positive.
COVID-19 Daily Update:
February 14, 2021
New cases: 1,936 (previously 1,166,538)
New deaths: 82 (19,066 to date)
Current hospital stays: 3,270 pic.twitter.com/807YE1guCk
– LA Public Health (@lapublichealth) February 14, 2021
PREVIOUS: Los Angeles County is slowly waning as public health officials continue to report fewer than 5,000 new cases of Covid-19 per day.
On Saturday, Public Health in Los Angeles counted 3,254 new confirmed coronavirus cases, continuing the count’s number of daily cases among 5,000. While more than 3,000 new cases and nearly 200 new deaths are still dire, the county is in much better shape than it was in January. Exactly a month ago, Public Health confirmed 14,564 new cases and 281 deaths.
The vaccine shortage in Los Angeles Covid-19 will continue next week. Second shots only at mega-POD locations across the county, health officials say
Public Health, which also reported 197 new deaths on Saturday, noted that the county has currently seen a decline in positivity and hospitalization rates since early February. The county’s positivity rate is down 42% and hospital admissions have decreased 37% since Feb. 1, according to Public Health.
After detailing the recent number of new cases, deaths and recent hospitalizations, Public Health warned that Los Angeles residents can continue to do their part to fight the virus as the county faces a shortage of vaccines. Officials said wearing masks, staying at home, and maintaining physical distance are “the most effective tools we all have for keeping one another safe”.
With Valentine’s Day and President’s Day approaching, public health officials encourage Angelenos to avoid holiday celebrations and gatherings as such gatherings can increase the risk of contracting and spreading Covid-19.
To date, Los Angeles County has identified a total of 1,164,769 positive cases and a total of 18,984 deaths. Below is the latest coronavirus update from Los Angeles Public Health.
Public health encourages everyone to continue using the tools we need to slow the spread of COVID-19 and save lives. Report 197 new deaths and 3,254 new confirmed cases of # COVID19 in LA County. Further information can be found at https://t.co/tdLQNdcGZn. pic.twitter.com/x2V3bHsKOU
– LA Public Health (@lapublichealth) February 13, 2021