9 More Manhattan Beach City Employees Test Positive For COVID-19

Liz Spear

MANHATTAN BEACH, CA — Nine employees of the City of Manhattan Beach have tested positive for the coronavirus since Dec. 22, 2020. Overall, the city has had 29 employees test positive since data began to be recorded by Los Angeles County in March.

Three Manhattan Beach Police Department employees [could be civilian or sworn officers] are among the nine, as are three staffers in the Parks and Recreation Department. One employee at city hall, one in the "yard," and one who is off site are included in the nine disclosed by the city today to a Manhattan Beach Patch inquiry.

To date, the city has had 29 employees test positive for the virus, among them

  • 2 – City Hall (Human Resources, Information Technology, Management Services, Community Development, Parks & Recreation Administration, Finance)

  • 1 - Fire Department

  • 6 - Parks & Recreation (Other P&R work locations)

  • 9 - Police

  • 6 - Yard (Public Works and Finance)

  • 5 - Offsite (Offsite at least 14 days prior to testing positive. Includes all departments.)

This article originally appeared on the Manhattan Beach Patch