• The latest charts on the spread of COVID-19 in our communities for the week of January 17 – 24, 2021.

      By ColoradoBoulevard.net Team

      How are we flattening the curve? How did our communities do this past week?
      (Click individual charts to enlarge).

      New Cases

      Chart of new covid-19 cases

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      L.A. County Total Cases:
      This Week: 1,064,887 Confirmed Cases (50,225 new), 15,162 deaths (1314 additional).
      Last Week: 1,014,662 Confirmed Cases, 13,848 deaths.

      L.A. County Total Tests:
      This Week: 2,332,393
      Last Week: 5,218,812

      Chart of total covid-19 cases

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      Total Confirmed Cases

      > Pasadena:

      This Week: 9776 confirmed Cases (544 new), 226 deaths (35 additional).
      Last Week: 9232 Confirmed Cases, and 191 Deaths.
      Decedents:
      This week – Male: 119, Female: 107
      Last Week – Male: 100, Female: 91
      Deaths Age Group:
      18-40: 2
      41-64: 26
      65+: 198
      – Click for Pasadena’s COVID-19 Dashboard.

      Total Deaths

      Chart of total covid-19 deaths

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      The following local cities and towns are in alphabetical order:

      > Alhambra:
      This week: 5876 Confirmed Cases (281 new), 113 deaths (12 additional).
      Last Week: 5595 Confirmed Cases, and 101 deaths.

      > Altadena*:
      This Week: 2779 Confirmed Cases (129 new), 46 deaths (5 additional).
      Last Week: 2650 Confirmed Cases, and 41 deaths.

      > Angeles National Forest (Inc. and Unincorporated):
      This Week: 29 Confirmed cases, 0 death.
      Last Week: 29 Confirmed cases, 0 death.

      > Arcadia:
      This Week: 2252 Confirmed Cases (110 new), 82 deaths (14 additional).
      Last Week: 2142 Confirmed Cases, 68 deaths.

      > Arcadia (Unincorporated):
      This Week: 516 Confirmed Cases (28 new), 11 deaths (2 additional).
      Last Week: 488 Confirmed Cases, 9 deaths.

      > Burbank:
      This Week: 7176 Confirmed Cases (363 new), 163 deaths (10 additional).
      Last Week: 6813 Confirmed Cases, 153 deaths.

      > Eagle Rock:
      This Week: 3198 Confirmed Cases (149 new), 71 deaths (6 additional).
      Last Week: 3049 Confirmed Cases, 65 deaths.

      > El Sereno*:
      This Week: 5525 Confirmed Cases (258 new), 72 deaths (4 additional).
      Last Week: 5267 Confirmed Cases, 68 deaths.

      > East Pasadena (Unincorporated):
      This Week: 174 Confirmed Cases (2 new), 6 Deaths.
      Last Week: 172 Confirmed Cases, 6 Deaths.

      > Glendale*:
      This Week: 15,808 Confirmed Cases (859 new), 392 deaths (34 additional).
      Last Week: 14,949 Confirmed Cases, 358 deaths.
      – Click for Glendale’s COVID-19 Dashboard.

      > Highland Park:
      This Week: 5086 Confirmed Cases (228 new), 57 deaths (6 additional).
      Last Week: 4858 Confirmed Cases, 51 deaths.

      > La Canada Flintridge*:
      This Week: 635 Confirmed Cases (24 new), 12 deaths.
      Last Week: 611 Confirmed Cases, 12 deaths.

      > La Crescenta-Montrose (Unincorporated):
      This Week: 889 Confirmed Cases (49 new), 7 deaths (1 additional).
      Last Week: 840 Confirmed Cases, 6 deaths.

      > Monrovia:
      This Week: 2712 Confirmed Cases (130 new), 50 deaths (3 additional).
      Last Week: 2582 Confirmed Cases, 47 deaths.

      > Monrovia (Unincorporated):
      This Week: 319 Confirmed Cases (22 new), 1 death.
      Last Week: 297 Confirmed Cases, 1 death.

      > Monterey Park*:
      This Week: 4092 Confirmed Cases (210 new), 122 deaths (8 additional).
      Last Week: 3882 Confirmed Cases, 114 deaths.

      > San Gabriel*:
      This Week: 2715 Confirmed Cases (132 new), 149 deaths (5 additional).
      Last Week: 2583 Confirmed Cases, 144 deaths.

      > San Gabriel (Northeast – Unincorporated):
      This Week: 1398 Confirmed Cases (85 new), 28 deaths.
      Last Week: 1313 Confirmed Cases, 28 deaths.

      > San Gabriel (South – Unincorporated):
      This Week: 808 Confirmed Cases (43 new), 33 deaths (1 additional).
      Last Week: 765 Confirmed Cases, 32 deaths.

      > San Marino:
      This Week: 330 Confirmed cases (12 new), 11 deaths.
      Last Week: 318 Confirmed cases, 11 deaths.

      > Sierra Madre:
      This Week: 395 Confirmed cases (21 new), 8 deaths.
      Last Week: 374 Confirmed Cases, 8 deaths.

      > South Pasadena*:
      This Week: 1125 Confirmed Cases (48 new), 35 deaths (3 additional).
      Last Week: 1077 Confirmed Cases, 32 deaths.

      > Temple City*:
      This Week: 2003 Confirmed Cases (90 new), 81 deaths (6 additional).
      Last Week: 1913 Confirmed Cases, 75 deaths.

      > Tujunga:
      This Week: 2317 Confirmed Cases (127 new), 41 deaths (5 additional).
      Last Week: 2190 Confirmed Cases, 36 deaths.

      > Total Recovery in California:
      This Week: 1,412,011
      Last Week: 1,268,521

      Note: Numbers above are subject to change based on further investigation.

      *Case numbers include cases for Correctional Facility Outbreaks located in the City/Community. Due to reporting delays, numbers may not align with outbreak investigation counts shown for Correctional Facilities on the list of Los Angeles Residential Congregate Settings with One of More Positive COVID-19 Cases.

      **Note: The above numbers are subject to change based on further investigation.

      > Check L.A. County Daily COVID-19 Data here.

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