L.B Coronavirus Update: 303 Confirmed Cases and 8 Total Deaths
City health officials reported another Long Beach resident has died from coronavirus complications, bringing the death toll to eight fatalities, and that confirmed COVID-19 cases have passed 300.
The latest fatality is a woman in her 80's, with underlying health problems and is "associated" with one of the six long-term care facilities with confirmed coronavirus cases.
18 new coronavirus cases bring the total confirmed cases to 303.
425 new cases today in L.A County.
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Long Beach: Total confirmed cases as of 3:36 p.m.
303 confirmed Coronavirus cases
140 people have recovered
Of the 303 confirmed cases, 53 are linked to six long term care facilities.
8 total deaths; all had underlying health conditions, two of the victims were men and six were women, and one victim was in their 50s, two were in their 60s, and five were over 80 years old.
Los Angeles County:
7,955 confirmed cases
425 cases today
223 total deaths
1,894 people have been hospitalized
51 residents who live in nursing homes died from COVIDー19
The mortality rate is 2.8%
Here's a list of California counties with the most deaths: From L.A Times
Los Angeles County 223
Santa Clara County 46
San Diego County 36
Riverside County 32
Sacramento County 22
San Mateo County 21
San Bernardino County 20
Orange County 17
Alameda County 16
San Francisco County 10