As of Sunday June 28, 2020, there were 15,526 documented cases of the novel coronavirus in San Fernando Valley communities, according to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.
There have been 676 total COVID-19 deaths recorded in the core areas of the San Fernando Valley, where 175,859 people have been tested for the virus.
Between 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, there were 424 new cases and 4 deaths in San Fernando Valley communities.
The Valley communities with the most overall cases of COVID-19 are Sylmar with 1,295, Pacoima with 1,274, and Panorama City with 1,238.
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Outside of the San Fernando Valley, the Agoura and Calabasas area has a total of 186 cases and 11 deaths.
The Burbank-Glendale area, including La Canada Flintridge, has 2,107 cases and 160 deaths.
The Santa Clarita and Antelope Valley areas, including Canyon Country and Castaic, have 5,746 cases and 81 deaths.
There could be more cases in any of these areas. The county is still investigating 2,400 possible coronavirus cases and 12 possible COVID-19 deaths and hasn’t yet released information on where those patients live in the county.
And due to the limited availability of COVID-19 tests, officials have said there are many more people infected with the novel coronavirus than are represented in these numbers.
As of 8 p.m. Sunday across Los Angeles County, the health departments of LA County and the cities of Pasadena and Long Beach have recorded 100,958 confirmed cases of coronavirus.
Of all patients with positive tests, 8,198 have been hospitalized over the course of the outbreak.
On Saturday, June 27, 1,710 patients with confirmed cases were hospitalized, and another 606 were suspected of having coronavirus. There were 445 patients in the ICU, and 298 on ventilators. Of those patients, 357 with confirmed cases and another 350 with suspected cases were newly admitted.
There have been 3,331 deaths in the county due to the virus.
Between Saturday and Sunday, there were 2,884 new cases and 21 deaths across LA County.
The county’s data is released late in the afternoon and covers the period of time ending at 8 p.m. the previous day.
Totals for Long Beach and Pasadena are provided by those cities’ public health departments and are generally ahead of those reported by the county.
Community-level data from Los Angeles County includes the number of positive cases, deaths and COVID-19 tests administered along with percentages of the area’s population for each.
Cases and deaths are added to the totals based on when they are confirmed, not necessarily when the illness is diagnosed or a death occurs.
Rates of infection, death and testing that are provided by LA County are age-adjusted to account for differences in the distribution of age in the underlying population, said county officials. The adjusted rates are useful for comparing rates between cities and communities that have different age distributions.
Los Angeles County is compiling coronavirus statistics for a total of 332 cities and communities. For complete totals, check the health department’s coronavirus location page at http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/locations.htm, the Pasadena …read more
Source:: Los Angeles Daily News