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This map shows how coronavirus has struck much of LA County – LA Daily News

This map shows how coronavirus has struck much of LA County – LA Daily News

Los Angeles County released a list of confirmed novel coronavirus cases on Monday, March 16, grouped by city.

There have been 94 laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the county so far. The most, 43 cases, are in Los Angeles city; the Department of Public Health broke out numbers for 14 of the massive city’s larger neighborhoods. Next up is Long Beach with five confirmed cases. The specific location of 11 cases is still under investigation, officials said.
Officials cautioned that because of limited testing, the public should assume that many people may be infected and should not think that any one location is safer than another.
“Just because you don’t see a case in your community doesn’t mean you aren’t going to see a case there tomorrow,” said LA County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer, “and more importantly it doesn’t mean there may not be people in your community who might have COVID-19 but are not diagnosed.”
Here is the full list of confirmed cases in Los Angeles County as of March 16:
Alhambra: 2
Arcadia: 1
Beverly Hills: 1
Carson: 1
Culver City: 2
Diamond Bar: 2
Gardena: 1
Glendale: 2
Glendora: 1
Granada Hills: 3
Inglewood: 2
La Mirada: 2
Lancaster: 1
Long Beach: 5
Los Angeles: 43
Boyle Heights neighborhood: 5
Encino neighborhood: 3
Koreatown neighborhood: 1
Melrose neighborhood: 2
Northridge neighborhood: 1
San Pedro neighborhood: 1
Sherman Oaks neighborhood: 2
Silverlake neighborhood: 1
Tarzana neighborhood: 5
Venice neighborhood: 1
West Adams neighborhood: 1
West Hills neighborhood: 3
West Hollywood neighborhood: 5
West Vernon neighborhood: 1
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