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COVID-19 Map: Confirmed Cases Top 9K In LA County

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Note on the data you see when clicking on a bubble: Confirmed cases include presumptive positive cases | Recovered cases outside China are estimates based on local media reports, and may be substantially lower than the true number | Active cases = total confirmed - total recovered - total deaths.


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WHERE WE STAND

L.A. County today reported 323 new cases and 31 new deaths, marking another rise in the mortality rate which is now just over 3%. There have been at least 9,192 total confirmed cases here. Local authorities on Friday expanded stay home orders until May 15, saying they believe physical distancing has been working.

The local case report comes the day after, the United States passed Italy for the most confirmed COVID-19 deaths in the world.

The U.S. is among a number of countries experiencing large-scale epidemics. The map above shows cumulative confirmed cases, deaths and recoveries and is updated in near real-time throughout the day. Zoom out to see more of the world.

Below are the recent totals for the United States, followed by the 10 countries with the most reported cases of COVID-19. Italy, Spain, Germany, and now France are all reporting more confirmed cases than China, where the outbreak began late last year, but whose reported numbers have since greatly slowed.

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These numbers are changing rapidly and experts have warned that confirmed cases are far under the actual total of infected individuals. For more detail check the full tracker, which includes death tolls and projections of cases on the Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering site. Engineers there are collecting data from:

IN CALIFORNIA

Statewide, our friends on the L.A. Times data desk are tracking cases in California by surveying "numbers released by the dozens of local health agencies across the state." As of about 6:30 p.m. Sunday, the newspaper is reporting California has:

  • 23,287 confirmed cases
  • 681 deaths

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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AT A GLANCE

In Sunday's news release, L.A. County public health officials gave a demographic breakdown of the deaths so far, with the caveat that they currently only have that data for 240 of the 296 people who have died. [We have added overall demographic estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau for comparison.]

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Here's what they're reporting about the residents who died:

  • 33% Latino or Latina [48.6% of county residents]
  • 32% White [26.1% of county residents]
  • 19% Asian residents [15.4% of county residents]
  • 14% African American residents [9% of county residents]
  • 2% Residents identifying with other races

At a press briefing Friday, L.A. County public health officials said they decided to extend stay home until May 15 after studying different scenarios for the spread of COVID-19 in the nation's most populous county.

"It's because it is working," Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said. "We know it's effective, but we still have a ways to go. In order to both protect the lives of people who live in our county, and to make sure that our health care system remains fully able to service all who need their care."

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As of the latest updates Sunday:

LA COUNTY

  • 9,197 cases
  • 296 deaths

* [Includes additional numbers released by Long Beach. See more from L.A. County and Pasadena]

ORANGE COUNTY

  • 1,277 cases
  • 19 deaths

* More from Orange County

VENTURA COUNTY

  • 314 cases
  • 10 deaths

* More from Ventura County

RIVERSIDE COUNTY

  • 1,619 cases
  • 41 deaths

* More from Riverside County

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY

  • 887 cases
  • 31 deaths

* More from San Bernardino County

FLATTEN THE CURVE

As new cases continue to be confirmed, Californians are continuing to be under "safer at home" and "social distancing" orders. State and county officials have ordered the vast majority of Californians to strictly limit interactions with other people, wash hands frequently, and stay 6 feet away from others.

Remember, the goal of social distancing is to "flatten the curve" of COVID-19's spread.

HOW CALIFORNIA CASES COMPARE


SOME STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT COVID-19

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