L.B COVID19 Update: 1 new death, 29 new cases & 47 nursing home residents test positive
City officials announced another Long Beach resident, a man in '80s with underlying health problems, died from coronavirus complications and that four of the total seven deaths are connected to long-term living facilities.
Confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Long Beach: As of April 8th, 3:00 p.m
285 residents have tested positive
38 people have been hospitalized
2,000 people have been tested for the virus
Confirmed cases of COVID-19 in L.A County: As of April 8th, 3:00 p.m
7,530 total cases
620 cases on 4/8
198 total deaths (7 in L.B & 3 in Pasadena)
25 L.A County Sheriff's Dept members tested positive
405 LASD members are self-quarantining and 150 have returned to work
14 L.A County Fire Department members tested positive
Four of the fatalities are "associated with long-term care facilities" declared city health officials.
47 cases of coronavirus can be linked to six Long Beach area long-term care facilities, and the facilities are; Bixby Knolls Tower, Broadway By the Sea, Long Beach Healthcare Center, Pacific Palms Healthcare, and Palmcrest Grand Assisted Living.
Community Hospital is "opening soon," says State Senator Lena Gonzalez for coronavirus patients
Long Beach area hospitals can staff more than 1,500 beds
LBPD will start citing people who disobey stay at home orders unless they are essential workers.
📈U.S. coronavirus death toll near 15,000
🐤: Twitter/Square CEO Jack Dorsey is donating $1 Billion in coronavirus relief efforts.
✡: Passover starts
🏀: NBA might not restart 2019-2020 season