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Manhattan Beach COVID-19 Case Count - April 16, 2021

COVID-19 Case Count

Date: 04/16/2021 7:41 PM

The City of Manhattan Beach remains committed to providing the community with critical information and updates on the COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 Situation Reports are published twice-a-week on Tuesdays and Thursdays and supplements the Situation Reports with coronavirus case counts (latest numbers) on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays to keep the community informed.
Latest Numbers on COVID-19
Area Confirmed Cases (Change) Deaths (Change)
United States (1) 31,306,928 (+75,059) 562,296 (+940)
California (2) 3,611,349 (+2,451) 59,587 (+79)
Los Angeles County (3) 1,228,114 (+643) 23,601 (+36)
Manhattan Beach (4) 1,329 (+2) 18 (0)
The change reflects daily increases, not increases from the prior situation report.
COVID-19 Weekly Update
Week Manhattan Beach
New Cases Manhattan Beach
New Deaths Los Angeles
New Cases Los Angeles
New Deaths
April 5 - April 11 35 0 3,682 202
March 29 - April 4 14 0 3,889 198
March 22 - March 28 10 0 4,047 280
March 15 - March 21 13 1 3,913 323
March 8 - March 14 21 1 7,113 445
March 1 - March 7 16 1 11,229 594
February 22 - February 28 25 3 11,458 1,550
February 15 - February 21 26 0 13,927 819
February 8 - February 14 39 0 20,088 1,022
February 1 – February 7 33 3 29,558 2,274
January 25 - January 31 44 0 43,781 1,520
January 18 - January 24 53 3 58,449 1,402
January 11 - January 17 63 2 94,485 1,598
January 4 - January 10 101 2 101,538 1,477
December 28 - January 3 89 0 98,806 1,291
December 21 - December 27 55 0 96,163 607
December 14 - December 20 60 0 98,184 577
December 7 - December 13 45 0 75,635 389
November 30 - December 6 59 0 54,008 270
November 23 - November 29 33 0 31,323 201
November 16 - November 22 28 0 25,583 174
November 9 - November 15 20 0 17,353 97
November 2 - November 8 15 0 13,017 98
View daily cases in an infographic via the . View Beach Cities Case Information via .

Los Angeles County Testing Results
Total Number of
Individuals Tested (9) % Testing
Positive Daily Positivity Rate
(7-Day Daily Rolling Average)
Tests by Date (10)
6,271,567 18.2% 1.2%
Hospitalizations
L.A. County Ever L.A. County Current % in ICU
85,489 512 24%

COVID-19 Vaccinations
Area Data
Through Partially
Vaccinated Fully
Vaccinated Vaccinations
Administered
** California (7) 4/15/2021 6,402,020
(+42,729) 9,774,849
(+243,271) 30,970,800
(+520,160)
Los Angeles County (8) 4/6/2021 4,913,321*
(+899,800) 1,746,103*
(+422,417) 5,939,158 (9)
(+149,896)
Manhattan Beach (10) 4/9/2021 15,480*
(+3,459) Data Not Available Data Not Available
*Los Angeles County and Manhattan Beach vaccination progress are not updated regularly on the source websites; the table reflects data currently available. **Today's count of vaccinations in California is incomplete due to data processing latency; counts will be updated when available. View the State's vaccination progress via the . View vaccinations in the .

Los Angeles County Data and Tier Assignment Over Time (11)
Reporting Date County Risk Level Cases per 100K Adjusted Case Rate Positivity Rate Health Equity Metric
4/13 Moderate 3.9 3.2 1.5% 1.9%
4/6 Moderate 3.9 3.1 1.4% 1.9%
3/30 Moderate 3.8 3.1 1.5& 2.1%
3/23 Substantial 4.8 3.7 1.8% 2.5%
3/16 Substantial 5.5 4.1 2.0% 2.8%
3/12 Substantial Tier Change
3/9 Widespread 6.9 5.2 2.5% 3.6%
3/2 Widespread 9.7 7.2 3.5% 5.1%
2/23 Widespread 16.5 12.3 5.1% 7.5%
2/16 Widespread 29.0 20.0 7.2% 10.1%
2/9 Widespread 42.5 31.7 9.5% 13.0%
2/2 Widespread 61.2 38.7 11.3% 15.0%
1/26 Widespread 96.5 48.2 13.9% 18.3%
1/19 Widespread 150.7 75.3 17.1% 22.4%
1/12 Widespread 127.3 77.0 20.5% 26.3%
1/5 Widespread 107.9 65.8 17.8% 25.0%
12/29 Widespread 132.7 66.4 16.5% 23.4%
12/22 Widespread 106.0 53.0 14.3% 20,3%
12/15 Widespread 84.4 42.2 11.4% 17.0%
12/8 Widespread 41.8 26.9 8.7% 13.9%
12/1 Widespread 40.3 20.2 7.0% N/A
11/28 Widespread 38.7 19.4 6.8% N/A
11/24 Widespread 31.9 16.0 6.6% N/A
11/16 Widespread 20.6 13.7 5.3% 6.5%
11/10 Widespread 11.5 7.6 3.8% 6.5%
11/4 Widespread 12.5 7.5 4.0% 6.8%

According to the State's website, L.A. County reflects 3.9 new COVID-19 cases per day (per 100K), consistent from the previous week; although, the adjusted case rate for tier assignment increased from 3.1 to 3.2. There is a slight increase in the County's overall test positivity rate to 1.5% from 1.4%. The remains the same at 1.9%. For the County to move to the less restrictive "Minimal Risk" Yellow Tier, the County's case rate must be less than two new cases per 100K people, and test positivity must be less than 2%. The State plans to fully reopen with safety measures on June 15 if there is enough vaccine supply for Californians 16 years and older to be vaccinated and hospitalizations rates remain stable and low, especially among fully vaccinated Californians. A county will only in extenuating circumstances such as 1) low rate of the vaccine uptake, 2) hospitalizations increase significantly among vulnerable individuals, especially among vaccinated individuals, and 3) both test positivity and adjusted case rates show a concerning increase in transmission (see updated Blueprint for a Safer Economy table below). To find the status of activities in each risk level and Guidance for each business/service, visit .
Blueprint For A Safer Economy
(Now that California has 4 Million People Vaccinated in HPI quartile 1, to move forward toward
more reopening, the Case Rate, Test Positivity, and Health Equity Metric thresholds must be met.)

Widespread
TIER ONE (Purple)
Many non-essential indoor business operations are closed Substantial
TIER TWO (Red)
Some non-essential indoor business operations are closed Moderate
TIER THREE (Orange)
Some indoor business operations are open with modifications
Minimal
TIER FOUR (Yellow)
Most indoor business operations are open with modifications
More than 10.0
daily new cases
(per 100k) 6.0 – 10.0
daily new cases
(per 100k) 2.0 – 5.9
daily new cases
(per 100k)
Less than 2.0
daily new case
(per 100k)

More than 8.0%
test positivity
for entire County 5.0 – 8.0%
test positivity
for entire County 2.0 – 4.9%
test positivity
for entire County Less than 2.0%
test positivity
for entire County

Less than 8.1%
positive tests for
health equity quartile Less than 5.3%
positive tests for
health equity quartile Less than 2.2%
positive tests for
health equity quartile

- If both the test positivity and health equity metric are especially low, and the case rate is declining but does not yet meet the less restrictive tier's level, a county can still move forward towards more reopening.
- Unless there are extenuating circumstances (low rate of vaccine take up), a county will only move to a more restrictive tier if hospitalizations increase significantly among vulnerable individuals, especially among vaccinated individuals, and both test positivity and adjusted case rates show a concerning increase in transmission.

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[1] Source: April 14, 2021, https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker
[2] Source: April 14, 2021,
[3] Source: April 15, 2021, http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/
[4] Source: April 15, 2021, http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/locations.htm
[5] Source: April 15, 2021, http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/
[6] Source: April 14, 2021, http://dashboard.publichealth.lacounty.gov/covid19_surveillance_dashboard/ Daily Positivity Rate reflects the seven day averages for the day of report plus the prior 6 days.
[7] Source: April 14, 2021,
[8] Source: April 9, 2021, http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/vaccine/vaccine-dashboard.htm
[9] Source: April 14, 2021,
[10] Source: April 9, 2021,
[11] Source: April 14, 2021, https://covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy/

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