LA County nears 1,000 coronavirus deaths and 20,000 cases

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LA County have died from complications

The highest rate of death for COVID-19 .

When it compared to other groups at 13 deaths per 100 000 people.

Communities are three times more likely to die from COVID-19 living in wealthier communities.

The health department stated.

“The most difficult part of the COVID-19 pandemic is losing people to the virus.

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Los Angeles County reported 18 more deaths related to the novel coronavirus on Sunday,

April 26, as the county crept toward 1,000 deaths and 20,000 confirmed cases, the most of any county in California.

LA County, where the coronavirus is now the leading cause of death above heart disease.

The next highest case count was in Riverside with slightly.

More then Three thousand confirmed cases are now reported.

LA County have died from complications

A total of nine hundred thirteen people in LA County have died from complications related to COVID-19 .

Disease caused by the coronavirus pandemic began.

The LA county health department

new confirmed cases on Sunday bringing the total to 19 528.

A number that officials say is bound to continue rising as they complete more testing.

The figures reported Sunday included 29 deaths each in Long Beach and Pasadena. Both cities operate their own health departments.

Among those whose death was reported on Sunday, 13 were over the age of 65.

Four were between 41 and 65, and one person was between 18 and 40.

A total of 15 people had underlying health conditions including 13 over the age of 65 and two people between the ages of 41 and 65.

Out of all 913 deaths reported in LA County from COVID-19, 92% had underlying health conditions.

African Americans continued to experience the highest rate of death for COVID-19

African Americans continued to experience.

The highest rate of death for COVID-19 .

When it compared to other groups at 13 deaths per 100 000 people.

the health department said. The mortality rate for Latinx is 9.5; for Asians, the rate is 7.5; and for Whites, the rate is 5.5. Data for race and ethnicity was now available for 98% of all deaths in LA County related to COVID-19.

Disparities tracked by the income.

Individuals living in lower-income .

Communities are three times more likely to die from COVID-19 living in wealthier communities.

The health department stated.

“The most difficult part of the COVID-19 pandemic is losing people to the virus.

To all of you who have lost loved ones,

we are deeply sorry, said Barbara Ferrer. Director of Public Health. “As we have more information about who is dying.

We are reminded that the work ahead requires that we address issues of

dis-proportionality that result in higher rates of death among African Americans,

Latinx and Asians,residents living in poverty.

Ensuring access to testing, early treatment and care, and economic support among those communities

at higher risk of devastating outcomes associated with COVID-19, is essential.

As of Sunday, roughly 23% of those who tested positive for COVID-19 have

hospitalized .

Testing capacity continued to increase in LA County this week, with testing results available for over 117,000 individuals.

Los Angeles Fire Department

The Los Angeles Fire Department. Meanwhile 20 employees test positive for COVID-19.

A number of cases that remained unchanged for more than a week.

Fourteen have recovered and returned to work with none hospitalized, Kellog said.

COVID-19

The Los Angeles Fire Department 20 employees test positive for COVID-19.

A number remained unchanged.

Fourteen have recovered and returned to work with none hospitalized, Kellog said.

The California Department of Public Health has reported 1,710 deaths from the virus with 42,164 confirmed cases.

On the testing front.Commercial and academic labs.

As of April 25, local health departments have reported the deaths of 24 health care workers throughout the state and 4,593 confirmed cases.


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