Los Angeles County recorded another spike in new cases of the coronavirus, although it's significantly less than announced in the past few days, according a news release on Thursday from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. Claremont’s 21 confirmed number of cases has not changed in two days.
The Claremont Police Department will continue to suspend the enforcement of the overnight parking ordinance (ONP) until May 16 at 2 a.m., unless notice is provided by CPD that the date is extended. This is based on the “Safer at Home” order being extended until May 15 by Los Angeles County.
The bonds of childhood are fragile, and can be severed by any number of outside forces as kids wind their way through elementary, middle and high school. With all the changes taking place as children become young adults, it’s no wonder friends lose touch as the years go by. But some connections endure the gauntlet of middle school, and the expectations and new anxieties that often accompany high school.
A Claremont police officer monitors traffic Monday morning on Mountain Avenue adjacent to Harrison Avenue. Congestion in the area has increased significantly on certain weekday mornings because the City of Claremont’s senior nutrition distribution at the Joslyn Senior Center and Claremont Unified School District’s lunch program at El Roble Intermediate School are held at overlapping times. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has confirmed 66 new deaths and 1318 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday. Claremont’s cases have increased to 21.
Forty-eight people who died were over the age of 65, 13 were between the ages of 41 and 65 and two people were between the ages of 18 and 40. Forty-nine people had underlying health conditions.
The University of Southern California and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health released preliminary results from a collaborative scientific study that suggests that infections from the novel coronavirus are far more widespread—and that the fatality rate much lower—in Los Angeles County than previously thought, according a news release on Monday.
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health recorded another spike in new cases of the novel coronavirus, including three new cases in the city of Claremont, according a news release on Tuesday. The total confirmed cases in Claremont now stands at 19.
Public health has confirmed 17 new deaths and 1,491 new coronavirus cases on Monday. The huge jump in cases are the result of a backlog of 1,191 tests received from one lab, officials said. Just 293 of the new cases are from the county’s daily report. Claremont now has 16 confirmed cases.
Through a detailed map created by the Department of Public Health shows the location of coronavirus cases throughout Los Angeles County and more. That of course included Claremont, with reporting no cases at nursing homes. As of Saturday, April 18 Claremont currently had 15 Covid-19 cases total.
Claremonters are generous people. Whether it’s volunteering time or writing a check for a worthy cause, we are pretty good at working together to make this town a better place. So, as we stay at home for the greater good, don’t forget that our local charities could use a boost. COURIER photo/StevenFelschundneff
Los Angeles County recorded another spike in new cases of the coronavirus, according a news release on Saturday from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. “Public Health has confirmed 81 new deaths and 642 new cases of 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19). This is the highest number of daily reported deaths in L.A. County to date, and the total number of deaths attributed to COVID-19 almost doubled this past week,” the statement read. The city of Claremont now has 15 cases.
City facilities are closed to the public through April 3, including all public meeting spaces, lobbies and community buildings. This may be extended by county orders. If you have business with the city, it is requested that you make a phone or online appointment.
On Friday the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health reported 40 deaths in the county, and 567 new cases of the novel coronavirus. The numbers represent a reversal of Thursday’s report which had a big jump in new deaths to 55, but lower new cases at 399. The department now reports 14 confirmed cases in the city of Claremont.
On Friday the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health reported 55 deaths in the county, the most in any 24-hour period during the coronavirus pandemic. It is the third day in a row that deaths exceeded 40 which represents a significant increase over numbers reported a week ago. The health department also confirmed 399 new cases of COVID-19, since the update on Thursday, which is a significant decrease from last week.