Press-Telegram (Long Beach) : 2021-03-08

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NEWS | | 6 LONG BEACH PRESS-TELEGRAM » PRESSTELEG­RAM.COM MONDAY, MARCH 8, 2021 A California* U.S. Current hospitaliz­ations CORONAVIRU­S DAILY TRACKER Total cases Confirmed/ Change: per suspected previous In Avail. 10K patients day ICU ICUs Cases/ 10K Total New Cases Deaths Cases Deaths Total Cases Deaths New Cases Deaths County Alameda Alpine Amador Butte Calaveras Colusa Contra Costa Del Norte El Dorado Fresno Glenn Humboldt Imperial Inyo Kern Kings Lake Lassen Los Angeles Madera Marin Mariposa Mendocino Merced Modoc Mono Monterey Napa Nevada Orange Placer Plumas Riverside Sacramento San Benito San Bernardino San Diego San Francisco San Joaquin San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Shasta Sierra Siskiyou Solano Sonoma Stanislaus Sutter Tehama Trinity Tulare Tuolumne Ventura Yolo Yuba California State | By JEFF GOERTZEN and KURT SNIBBE Data reporting by HARRIET ROWAN Southern California News Group jgoertzen@scng.com Bay Area News Group hrowan@bayareanew­sgroup.com 81,255 1,289 87 4 482 145 -14 37 99 Ala. 499,411 10,149 524 27 1,019 | 84 0 0 0 752 NA NA NA NA Alaska 59,285 305 0 0 810 Data as of Saturday, March 6 3,455 44 0 0 897 2 0 2 2 Ariz. 825,119 16,323 1,735 54 1,134 HOSPITALIZ­ATIONS New cases rate CASES DEATHS 10,837 169 0 0 498 19 0 3 14 Ark. 324,653 5,297 327 14 1,076 222 fewer new patients 4,291 patients 3,572,132 54,127 <0 cases 0-14.9 15-29.9 30-44.9 45-59.9 60 or more 1,928 49 0 0 435 1 1 0 8 Calif.* 3,572,132 54,127 3,588 258 890 New cases per 10,000 people (and total deaths) in the past 14 days 2,142 13 0 0 948 3 -1 0 5 VACCINATIO­NS Colo. 435,762 5,986 1,108 0 757 Distribute­d Administer­ed County name Case rate (Total deaths) 63,297 708 155 7 546 74 -8 24 40 Conn. 285,330 7,704 0 0 800 3,588 new cases 258 new deaths 13,345,790 10,379,688 1,027 5 7 0 373 1 0 1 3 Del. 88,139 1,464 265 11 905 9,204 100 0 0 477 2 -1 2 5 D.C. 41,273 1,030 151 3 585 Cumulative 96,023 1,488 0 0 930 171 -3 38 28 Fla. 1,940,897 31,620 4,690 98 904 By age By race/ethnicity Cases Deaths DelNo 26.1 (0) 2,196 23 0 0 748 0 0 0 0 Ga. 1,021,778 17,905 2,269 90 962 Siski 20.2 (1) 3,266 33 0 0 244 8 1 0 7 Hawaii 28,060 443 81 1 198 12% 0% 55% 46% 14.8 (0) 284,404 6 1,509,103 24,402 0-17 Latino 24,722 639 0 0 1,290 18 -4 7 6 Idaho 172,931 1,879 104 3 968 1,334 37 0 0 723 2 0 0 1 Ill. 1,197,187 23,003 2,558 56 945 59% 20% 32% 1,372,058 1,807 546,630 16,586 18-49 White 104,181 942 124 5 1,124 121 -15 28 35 Ind. 666,516 12,726 1,231 29 990 7% 22,175 227 25 0 1,417 33 -2 3 4 Iowa 339,529 5,552 381 3 1,076 Asian American 19% 19% 7% 12% 444,733 4,874 186,562 6,105 12.3 (7) 3,160 41 0 0 487 0 0 0 2 Kan. 298,188 4,768 199 -11 1,024 sen 24.9 (5) 50-64 24.7 (0) 5,633 24 0 0 1,874 0 0 0 0 Ky. 410,184 4,806 839 52 918 Humbol 14.8 (1) African American 1,201,866 22,008 1,746 98 1,172 1,288 -52 373 538 La. 433,045 9,716 0 0 932 65 and older 10% 4% 6% 243,143 19,545 111,279 3,275 75% 15,540 214 0 0 971 20 7 4 8 Maine 45,639 704 183 0 340 13,358 198 21 0 512 21 0 3 12 Md. 386,610 7,941 932 11 639 11.4 (0) Age unknown 0.1% 0% 14% 4% 1,571 4 371,607 2,302 Other 2.6 (0) 395 7 0 0 222 0 0 0 0 Mass. 589,931 16,374 1,722 52 856 3,839 44 5 0 434 1 -1 0 5 Mendocino 6.6 (1) Mich. 656,072 16,658 1,692 57 657 Note: Percentage­s may not add to 100 because of rounding. Does not include 846,951 cases and 1,457 deaths that have missing race or ethnicity data. 10.1 (13) Sierr 3.2 (0) 11.9 (0) 29,376 413 0 0 1,022 14 -2 1 10 Minn. 489,116 6,614 946 12 867 Reopening tiers Nevad Pla 12.9 (3) 460 4 0 0 485 0 0 0 0 Miss. 297,321 6,805 576 22 999 14.4 (3) 1,219 4 0 0 873 0 0 0 1 Mo. 497,695 8,506 495 5 811 Under this program, California assigns each county to a tier, based on the prevalence of COVID-19 in the community, that determines how tightly businesses will be restricted. Details at: covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy 21.4 (1) 42,404 331 31 2 945 35 -5 8 20 Mont. 100,656 1,379 0 0 942 9,073 75 0 0 650 7 0 2 6 Neb. 202,653 2,113 343 1 1,048 15.7 (4) 4,022 74 0 0 407 2 -3 1 3 Nev. 295,960 5,036 500 16 961 15.8 (12) 35.8 (0) 247,641 4,173 269 98 767 311 -25 90 254 N.H. 76,695 1,181 273 3 564 20,035 232 0 0 500 51 -1 14 19 N.J. 810,090 23,557 3,720 36 912 13.3 (4) 12.1 (6) Tier Higher 654 6 0 0 344 0 0 0 0 N.M. 186,742 3,796 282 9 891 San 1. Widespread 2. Substantia­l 3. Moderate 4. Minimal 19.5 (3) 290,904 3,892 0 0 1,179 311 1 67 62 N.Y. 1,686,993 48,247 8,126 94 867 9.3 (0) 17.8 (156) 94,129 1,510 0 0 600 149 -11 46 85 N.C. 872,176 11,502 2,027 56 832 San Francisco 9.1 (38) 5,716 61 0 0 893 1 0 0 0 N.D. 100,357 1,479 79 1 1,317 3.4 (0) Lower Transmissi­on risk and restrictio­ns Alamed 10.6 (114) Santa 287,782 3,137 269 21 1,298 262 -24 55 118 Ohio 977,736 17,501 1,506 -1 836 262,781 3,385 421 14 780 384 2 118 279 Okla. 428,536 4,534 978 0 1,083 San Mate 10.5 (28) 34,286 432 41 6 384 56 -11 15 75 Ore. 157,079 2,296 195 3 372 30.9 (25) 24.2 (13) 19.9 (121) 67,284 1,182 0 0 860 91 -4 35 11 Pa. 949,127 24,306 2,393 51 741 12.8 (15) San 19,835 246 0 0 711 11 -3 3 21 R.I. 128,121 2,541 0 0 1,209 49.3 (3) 39,048 525 38 0 502 42 -10 15 20 S.C. 524,457 8,719 1,199 20 1,019 14.7 (4) 32,301 423 34 1 708 50 -1 15 30 S.D. 113,378 1,898 149 2 1,282 111,638 1,822 178 0 567 182 -17 49 55 Tenn. 782,206 11,543 1,312 9 1,145 16.6 (50) Monter 11.6 (16) 14,790 187 0 0 540 10 1 2 6 Texas 2,692,691 45,249 3,716 202 929 20.6 (13) Daily total of COVID-19 patients 11,086 179 0 0 623 13 1 4 19 Utah 374,438 1,975 570 5 1,168 Confirmed Suspected cases San Luis 100 0 0 0 321 NA NA NA NA Vt. 15,964 208 145 1 256 1,790 14 0 0 407 2 0 1 2 Va. 584,537 9,519 1,477 91 685 20,000 Kern 27.7 (181) 30,305 167 0 0 682 39 -5 9 13 Wash. 344,532 5,041 664 0 452 17.8 (29) 15,000 28,326 303 45 2 570 19 -1 10 15 W.V. 133,290 2,323 326 5 744 10,000 51,018 957 92 0 907 118 -8 26 18 Wis. 621,275 7,103 612 9 1,067 San Bernardino 15.8 (580) 8,923 98 0 0 844 0 0 0 0 Wyo. 54,764 682 0 0 946 5,000 S ra 5,118 52 0 0 777 3 0 1 3 U.S. 28,840,884 522,140 57,800 1,482 879 19 (29) 0 Apr 373 5 0 0 279 0 0 0 0 21.3 (101) World Jul Oct Jan es 22.2 (2,215) Top 10 countries by case 48,203 770 0 0 995 56 -4 9 21 Total Cases Deaths 28,840,884 522,140 11,210,799 157,756 New Cases Deaths 57,800 1,482 18,754 100 69,609 1,555 10,909 432 6,118 159 23,306 170 NA NA 23,633 307 11,770 64 8,264 99 3,972 59 0 0 759 0 0 0 0 Trends in daily cases and deaths Country 1.U.S. 2.India 3.Brazil 10,938,836 264,325 4.Russia 4,263,785 87,253 5.U.K. 4,225,906 124,654 6.France 3,942,243 88,597 7.Spain 3,149,012 71,138 8. Italy 3,046,762 99,578 9.Turkey 2,769,230 28,965 10.Germany 2,502,151 71,951 78,050 883 0 0 915 117 1 31 51 Rive 13.7 (259) Statewide 12,778 185 0 0 571 7 0 4 1 10.1 (403) 14-day moving average Daily cases 5,795 39 0 0 731 18 -1 3 3 3,572,132 54,127 3,588 258 890 4,291 -222 1,159 2,043 70,000 Imperial -110.5 (55) Confirmed cases per population S 18.6 (197) * NOTE: California data is collected daily from county public health department­s by this news organizati­on and reflects the final totals reported two days prior to publicatio­n. Negative numbers of new cases or new deaths indicate adjustment­s and correction­s from the reporting entities. % infected Pop. 39.5 million 328.2 million 7.8 billion 50,000 State Nation World 8.9% 0% 1.52% 30,000 ** Does not include Calif., Fla., Ga., Mo., Nev., Wash. Nationwide Worldwide 10,000 CASES DEATHS RECOVERIES** VACCINATIO­NS CASES DEATHS RECOVERIES Mar May Jul Sep Nov Jan Mar Distribute­d Administer­ed 18,840,884 522,140 NA 116,502,825 2,587,977 49,997,720 Daily deaths 116,363,405 90,351,750 7,811 new deaths 57,800 new cases 1,482 new deaths NA Since Dec. 14 436,657 new cases 268,275 new recoveries 700 Daily cases Daily deaths Daily cases Daily deaths 20k 15k 10k 5k 0 300k 900k 700k 500k 300k 100k 5k 4k 3k 2k 1k 0 500 200k 300 100k 100 0 Mar May Jul Sep Nov Jan Mar Mar May Jul Sep Nov Jan Mar Mar May Jul Sep Nov Jan Mar Mar May Jul Sep Nov Jan Mar Mar May Jul Sep Nov Jan Mar Sources: State data is from the California Department of Public Health and county health department­s. Unless noted, national and world data is from Johns Hopkins University. 2020 LA River Master Plan California Environmen­tal Quality Act Draft Program Environmen­tal Impact Report The County of Los Angeles has prepared a Draft Program Environmen­tal Impact Report (PEIR) to assess the potential environmen­tal impacts of implementi­ng the 2020 LA River Master Plan (Project). The County is soliciting comments from members of the public, organizati­ons, and government agencies on the PEIR. The Draft PEIR is available for an extended public review and comment period starting on February 1, 2021 and ending on April 2, 2021 TS 170 TS 27 TS 134 TS 110 ¤£ 101 TS 60 TS 72 TS 90 TS 42 Los Angeles River City Bell Bell Gardens Burbank TS Carson Commerce Compton 91 TS 19 TS 107 Cudahy Downey Glendale TS 213 Huntington Park Long Beach Los Angeles The proposed Project builds on the adopted 1996 Master Plan and other regional planning studies since then. The Project proposes six categories of project improvemen­ts, or “kit of parts” (KOP): KOP Category 1: Trails and Access Gateways; KOP Category 2: Channel Modificati­ons; KOP Category 3: Crossings and Platforms; KOP Category 4: Diversions; KOP Category 5: Floodplain Reclamatio­n; and KOP Category 6: Off-Channel Land Assets. Each KOP category includes a recommende­d collection of design components that can be implemente­d individual­ly or in any combinatio­n. In addition, the 2020 LA River Master Plan includes a series of smaller common elements and Design Guidelines. TS Lynwood Maywood Paramount 47 South Gate Unincorpor­ated Vernon Source: Los Angeles County; ESRI StreetMap Map Prepared: 4/13/2020 ± 0 1 2 4 2020 LA River Master Plan Program EIR Study Area Miles The public review and comment period has been extended. Comments on the Draft PEIR are due no later than April 2, 2021, which marks the end of the extend-ed 60-day public review period. 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