LA Updates Its COVID-19 Numbers


May 11

LA County

As of May 11, Los Angeles County Public Health has confirmed 39 new deaths due to COVID-19 bringing the total of deaths in the county to 1,569. As of May 10, the City of Glendale reported 50 deaths.

Public Health reported 591 new positive cases of COVID-19 as of May 11 bringing the total to 32,358. This number includes 738 total cases in Glendale, 43 in La Cañada Flintridge, 122 in Eagle Rock, 111 in Sunland and 90 in Tujunga. In the unincorporated area of Los Angeles County Angeles National Forest has reported zero cases, Altadena has reported 101 and Montrose La Crescenta has reported 18 cases.

Currently, LA County is in phase two of the five-stage roadmap to recovery which allows florists and some retailers to offer curbside pickup only, car dealership showrooms to reopen with appropriate physical distancing and infection control measures, and trails and golf courses to reopen with pro shops remaining closed to public entry. Public Health surveyed businesses this weekend to determine if physical distancing and infection control measures were being followed. Of the 410 businesses surveyed, 162 were in violation of the Health Officer Order because they were allowing customers into stores, not following physical distancing measures and not requiring customers to wear cloth face coverings.

Public Health required a few businesses to close their doors because they were not equipped to open their doors to customers in accordance to the County’s guidelines. Inspectors will continue to monitor for compliance and ensure that all adhere to the Health Officer Order.