The total number of fatalities is now at 65, with 50 associated with long-term care facilities, Mayor Robert Garcia said in a press conference.
Officers were called to the scene just after 1:40 a.m. about a person down near Woodruff Avenue and Willow Street.
Once Krispy Kreme ran out of doughnuts and handed out all their coupons, they closed on their own, police said.
Police said there was no reason to believe the suspect was armed.
The man showed up to the St. Mary Medical Center emergency room with a gunshot wound to his upper body, police said.
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A total of 61 people are hospitalized with the virus, up from 56 on Friday.
It’s because the Long Beach Airport has temporarily closed its main commercial runway for construction that will update the geometry of the taxiway to meet current federal design standards.
Officers were called to the area of 17th Street and Gaviota Avenue at about 12:30 a.m., when they found a man sitting inside a vehicle with multiple gunshot wounds to his upper body, Lt. James Richardson said.
Garcia said city health officials hope to be able to decipher when each positive case actually happened so they can add it to those daily totals. The city also later added that there is a high demand for testing, so numbers will continue to grow.