Los Angeles County health officials are warning residents: go back inside, otherwise the recovery will stop. Cases continue to spike, and July 4 numbers won't show up for a couple of weeks.
The county will announce an amendment to the Health Officer Order on Thursday, and more businesses can begin opening Friday.
County health officials have applied for a federal grant to help ease health inequities in neighborhoods of color. Ferrer thanks "everyone on the front lines to end racism and oppression."
Curfew for L.A. County cities, including Alhambra, extended into Monday night. In Alhambra, Mayor Maza draws new list of names for federal COVID-19 housing aid.
County health department lifts some COVID-19 restrictions: beach parking lots and bike paths will reopen and more stores in malls may conduct curbside business. Vehicular graduation celebrations will also be allowed.
The Thunderbirds blew over Main Street in Alhambra on their way to Los Angeles. The county is measuring the slowing of COVID-19's spread in five markers and effectiveness in four markers, which will help gauge the further loosening of restrictions.
Small retailers and their suppliers may reopen if they follow health department guidelines. Beaches are reopening with some restrictions; tennis courts and some community gardens will also be available.
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Pasadena’s Death Toll Surpasses OC; CDC Expands List of Symptoms, Isolation Guidance for COVID-19 Recovery
Most deaths in Pasadena occurred among residents of skilled nursing homes; throughout L.A. County, 48% of the deaths have been residents of similar facilities.
L.A. County health officials rolled out the COVID-19 Surveillance Dashboard, giving insight into persons tested, deaths per city, and demographic information like race/ethnicity and gender. Predictions and modeling were updated with calls for addressing inequity.