7 Coronavirus Cases Confirmed In Pasadena Wednesday

This article originally appeared on the Pasadena Patch

LOS ANGELES, CA — There are now more than 800 confirmed coronavirus cases in Los Angeles County Wednesday, and health officials reported three additional deaths.

Dr. Barbara Ferrer, head of the county Department of Public Health, said the three new deaths were all people over age 65 with underlying health conditions. The deaths brought the county's total to 13 — with Ferrer saying the death of a 17-year-old boy in Lancaster that was reported Tuesday is no longer considered a coronavirus case, pending a determination by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Ferrer said 138 new cases of coronavirus were confirmed by the county Department of Public Health, bringing the total to 799. However, the city of Long Beach announced 13 new cases not yet included in the county's number, meaning the actual total in the county is 812.

Read more: Quarantine Tightened As Coronavirus Deaths Mount In Los Angeles

The locations with confirmed coronavirus cases around Los Angeles County, as of Wednesday, are:

  • Los Angeles County: 764
  • Long Beach: 41
  • Pasadena: 7

By City

  • Agoura Hills — 3
  • Alhambra — 6
  • Altadena — 5
  • Arcadia — 4
  • Arleta — 1
  • Athens — 1
  • Baldwin Hills — 3
  • Bell Gardens — 3
  • Bellflower — 7
  • Beverly Hills — 13
  • Beverlywood — 8
  • Boyle Heights — 5
  • Brentwood — 34
  • Burbank — 3
  • Calabasas — 4
  • Canoga Park — 2
  • Canyon County — 1
  • Carson — 9
  • Castiac — 2
  • Century City — 7
  • Century Palms/Cove — 3
  • Cerritos — 2
  • Claremont — 1
  • Cloverdale/Cochran — 3
  • Compton — 2
  • Covina — 3
  • Crenshaw District — 2
  • Crestview — 7
  • Culver City — 6
  • Del Rey — 5
  • Diamond Bar — 2
  • Downey — 5
  • Downtown — 6
  • Duarte — 1
  • Eagle Rock — 2
  • East Hollywood — 1
  • East Los Angeles — 3
  • Echo Park — 4
  • El Segundo — 2
  • Encino — 13
  • Exposition Park — 1
  • Florence — 4
  • Gardena — 1
  • Glassell Park — 1
  • Glendale — 12
  • Glendora — 2
  • Granada Hills — 7
  • Hancock Park — 8
  • Harbor Gateway — 2
  • Harvard Heights — 1
  • Hawthorne — 8
  • Highland Park — 2
  • Hollywood — 23
  • Hollywood Hills — 8
  • Hyde Park — 1
  • Inglewood — 5
  • Koreatown — 5
  • La Canada Flintridge — 3
  • La Mirada — 4
  • La Verne — 2
  • Lake Balboa — 2
  • Lakewood — 4
  • Lancaster — 13
  • Lawndale — 1
  • Lomita — 9
  • Los Feliz — 3
  • Lynwood — 3
  • Manhattan Beach — 17
  • Mar Vista — 6
  • Melrose — 33
  • Miracle Mile — 8
  • Monterey Park — 4
  • Mt. Washington — 2
  • North Hollywood — 11
  • Northridge — 2
  • Pacific Palisades — 9
  • Palmdale — 2
  • Palms — 8
  • Paramount City — 1
  • Park La Brea — 8
  • Pico — 2
  • Pico Rivera — 1
  • Playa Vista — 5
  • Pomona — 1
  • Porter Ranch — 1
  • Rancho Palos Verdes — 5
  • Redondo Beach — 9
  • Reseda — 5
  • San Dimas — 1
  • San Fernando — 3
  • San Gabriel — 1
  • San Pedro — 4
  • Santa Clarita — 10
  • Santa Monica — 18
  • Santa Monica Mountains — 3
  • Sherman Oaks — 12
  • Silverlake — 6
  • South El Monte — 3
  • South Gate — 2
  • South Park — 1
  • South Pasadena — 3
  • South Whittier — 3
  • Stevenson Ranch — 2
  • Studio City — 7
  • Sun Valley — 2
  • Sylmar — 1
  • Tarzana — 9
  • Temple City — 3
  • Torrance — 9
  • Tujunga — 1
  • University Park — 4
  • Valley Glen — 11
  • Van Nuys — 4
  • Venice — 9
  • Vermont Knolls — 1
  • Vermont Vista — 3
  • Vermont Central — 1
  • Walnut — 1
  • West Adams — 4
  • West Covina — 2
  • West Hills — 4
  • West Hollywood — 31
  • West Los Angeles — 4
  • West Vernon — 5
  • Westchester — 5
  • Westlake — 1
  • Westwood — 9
  • Whittier — 3
  • Wholesale District — 4
  • Willowbrook — 1
  • Wilmington — 4
  • Wilshire Center — 2
  • Winnetka — 3
  • Woodland Hills — 11
  • Under Investigation — 56

These numbers are subject to change based on further investigation, county health officials said. For the most updated numbers, visit the county Department of Public Health website.

There is currently no vaccine to prevent coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus. However, as a reminder, CDC always recommends everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases, including:

  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.
  • Follow CDC's recommendations for using a facemask.
    • CDC does not recommend that people who are well wear a facemask to protect themselves from respiratory diseases, including COVID-19.
    • Facemasks should be used by people who show symptoms of COVID-19 to help prevent the spread of the disease to others. The use of facemasks is also crucial for health workers and people who are taking care of someone in close settings (at home or in a health care facility).
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
    • If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water if hands are visibly dirty.

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