COVID-19 Pandemic



America has its first paralytic polio patient in a decade. Do you need to be worried about catching it? Probably not.

While coronavirus cases and hospitalizations have dropped, COVID-19 deaths remain on the rise and aren’t likely to decrease for some time.

COVID-19 safety measures will mirror county requirements, a step back from more aggressive protocols on testing, masking and vaccinations.

Many of us suffer from pandemic fatigue. But with COVID-19 an ongoing menace, it’s time for all of us to step up and not skimp on precautions.


The latest totals, where new cases are concentrated, testing numbers, demographcics, nursing homes and California state and county data in context compared to other states.


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There’s a disconnect between alarmed public health officials and the general public, which believes itself to be over the pandemic.

Recent declines in cases and coronavirus-positive hospitalizations could pull Los Angeles County back from the brink of a new universal public indoor mask mandate.

The City Council votes not to enforce an indoor mask rule, which county officials plan to issue unless COVID rates improve.