The owner of a Belmont Shore gym that hosted an outdoor yoga class was given a warning Monday for violating health orders meant to slow the spread of coronavirus, according to a spokesman for the city of Long Beach.
A woman in her 80s is the latest Long Beach resident to die from COVID-19, according to health officials.
Local hospitals weren’t overwhelmed by COVID-19 because the rate of coronavirus spread has been cut dramatically, health officials said today.
Only one other facility in the federal prison system has had more inmates die of the disease.
Long Beach today reported its highest number of newly confirmed COVID-19 cases, but officials cautioned that the spike was caused by a backlog in testing results, not a sudden rise in new infections.
Los Angeles County residents will likely find themselves under some type of stay-at-home restrictions through July, barring a major change in the fight against the coronavirus, the county’s public health director said today.
A pedestrian was killed in a violent crash that involved two cars at Santa Fe Avenue and Hill Street this evening, according to authorities.
Mayor Robert Garcia said Long Beach is expected to release information tomorrow about its restrictions on beaches.
Scott Douglas Cutting Sr., 70, was serving a 26-month sentence at Terminal Island for tax fraud.
This week, two more Long Beach police officers tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the number of employees who’ve been infected to at least five