14 new deaths and 265 new positive cases – deadline


Sunday: On Sunday, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health reported 5 new deaths from Covid-19 And 175 new positive cases.

At the time of writing, there are currently 339 hospitalizations due to Covid-19.

The numbers reported by Public Health today bring the county’s total of 24,171 deaths and 1238,781 cases so far.

Saturday: On Saturday, and Los Angeles County The Ministry of Public Health has reported 14 new deaths from Covid-19, and 265 new positive cases.

While the number of hospitalizations continues to decline across the province as vaccines are distributed, the number of deaths and confirmed cases reported may reflect the delay in reporting at the weekend.

The figures reported by Public Health bring the province to a total of 24,166 deaths and 1238,607 confirmed cases.

330 residents of the province are currently hospitalized with Covid-19, 24% of them in the intensive care unit. Test results have been provided to more than 6,691,000 people, and the test result was positive 17%.

Four of the new deaths today were of people over the age of 80, and two people between the ages of 65 and 79 were lost to the virus. Seven of the deceased were between 50 and 64 years old, while the deceased person was between 18 and 29 years old.

On Saturday, Public Health indicated that Covid-19 variants were still emerging within the province. Currently, the most common variant found in the greater Los Angeles area is the British variant B.1.1.7, although variants of Brazil (P.1) and South Africa (B.1.351) have been discovered. Fortunately, research indicates that Covid-19 vaccines are very effective in combating all variants of concern.

Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said: “We have a lot of evidence that these vaccines are very safe and effective in preventing infection, serious disease and death from COVID-19.” “If you haven’t been vaccinated yet, this is a good weekend to do so.” Ferrer noted that this weekend, at vaccination sites run by Los Angeles County and City, residents aged 18 and over who receive their first Covid-19 vaccine will have the opportunity to enter a lottery to win tickets for the LA Lakers season.

Vaccines are currently available at many county-run and community sites without an appointment, for anyone 12 years of age or over who lives or works in Los Angeles. On June 15, the county will undergo a full reopening, in line with California’s doing.

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