Long Beach’s positivity rate is at 10.8%, a jump from 8.4% last week and the 6% range weeks ago.
Police do not yet have a suspect description or know the reason for the shooting.
The reopenings continue even as the number of new daily cases of coronavirus have jumped state and countywide.
The city’s Venue Task Force has so far observed “only a few instances” of the shields not being used at restaurants, Chelsey Finnegan of the city’s Joint Information Task Force said.
In the first shooting, police were called to Seaside Park in the Washington neighborhood at 5 p.m. where they found a man with multiple gunshot wounds to his upper and lower body, according to Sgt. Rudy Garcia.
Starting Monday, lap swim and water exercise classes will begin again at Belmont Plaza Pool and Martin Luther King, Jr. Park Pool.
As the state sees a spike in coronavirus cases, Long Beach health officials are seeing a jump in cases in people in their 20s and 30s, health director Kelly Colopy said Wednesday.
An estimated crowd of 300 people gathered in Downtown Long Beach Saturday afternoon calling on the government to release children from ICE detention centers and for reforms in law enforcement while miles away in Belmont Shore, dozens of people prepared their vehicles for a caravan protest through the city.
The man was found fatally stabbed in his Alamitos Beach home on the evening of April 6 after a verbal dispute, officials said at the time.
The events are meant to “acknowledge the existence of and create a plan to address long-standing, systemic racism locally and in the United States.”