The 2021 Golden Globes — the first Golden Globes to be held in the COVID-19 era — were hosted in both New York and Los Angeles Sunday with a socially distanced audience at both locations.
COVID-19 hospitalizations in Los Angeles County are at their lowest point since Thanksgiving, authorities said Thursday. The L.A. County Public Health Department said the daily positivity rate is just over 3%, down from more than 20% around Jan. 1.
At least three private schools in Los Angeles County offered their teachers and other staff a way to get COVID-19 vaccinations during a time of limited supplies.
Speaking of vaccines, here's how three private schools in Los Angeles County offered their teachers and other staff a way to get COVID-19 vaccinations.
Why your place in the COVID-19 vaccine line depends on where you live (Los Angeles Times)
Los Angeles County is now the epicenter of the pandemic in the U.S. — and as the virus rages, experts say that deeply rooted inequality is both a symptom and a key cause of Covid-19’s overwhelming spread. The data reveals the virus’s unequal toll.
Legendary talk show host and former CNN interviewer Larry King has Covid-19 and has been hospitalized in Los Angeles for more than a week, according to a source close to the family
Unimaginable Loss: A college student in Los Angeles has been left to care for her 17-year-old brother, after COVID-19 swept through her household, killing first her grandmother, then taking her father, and finally her mother.
Breaking: A child under the age of 18 has died of coronavirus in Los Angeles, public health officials announce, in what is believed to be the first child death from the virus in the US. “A devastating reminder that COVID-19 infects people of all ages,” LA health official says.