South Bay COVID-19 Cases by the community as of April 26, 2020


For complete totals, check the health department’s coronavirus location page at http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/locations.htm,


South Bay area

  • Carson: 220 cases (0.22% of total population), 15 deaths (0.0119% of total population), 958 tested, (0.98% of total population)

  • Del Aire: 7 cases (0.14% of total population), 1 death (0.0255% of total population), 47 tested, (0.98% of total population)

  • El Camino Village: 7 cases (0.09% of total population), 0 deaths (0% of total population), 63 tested, (0.7% of total population)

  • El Segundo: 27 cases (0.15% of total population), 0 deaths (0% of total population), 146 tested, (0.84% of total population)

  • Gardena: 140 cases (0.19% of total population), 15 deaths (0.0172% of total population), 571 tested, (0.85% of total population)

  • Harbor City: 42 cases (0.13% of total population), 3 deaths (0.0082% of total population), 246 tested, (0.82% of total population)

  • Harbor Gateway: 57 cases (0.13% of total population), 2 deaths (0.0053% of total population), 300 tested, (0.7% of total population)

  • Hawthorne: 160 cases (0.18% of total population), 3 deaths (0.0036% of total population), 739 tested, (0.83% of total population)

  • Unincorporated Hawthorne: 3 cases (0.1% of total population), 0 deaths (0% of total population), 13 tested, (0.51% of total population)

  • Hermosa Beach: 23 cases (0.11% of total population), 1 death (0.0063% of total population), 167 tested, (0.79% of total population)

  • Hyde Park: 53 cases (0.17% of total population), 0 deaths (0% of total population), 306 tested, (1.06% of total population)

  • Inglewood: 285 cases (0.25% of total population), 23 deaths (0.0225% of total population), 1028 tested, (0.9% of total population)

  • La Rambla: 6 cases (0.27% of total population), 0 deaths (0% of total population), 32 tested, (1.44% of total population)

  • Ladera Heights: 15 cases (0.15% of total population), 1 death (0.0066% of total population), 131 tested, (1.38% of total population)

  • Lawndale: 53 cases (0.16% of total population), 2 deaths (0.0077% of total population), 250 tested, (0.74% of total population)

  • Lennox: 41 cases (0.2% of total population), 0 deaths (0% of total population), 131 tested, (0.62% of total population)

  • Lomita: 32 cases (0.15% of total population), 4 deaths (0.0136% of total population), 163 tested, (0.75% of total population)

  • Manhattan Beach: 65 cases (0.16% of total population), 1 death (0.0029% of total population), 372 tested, (0.99% of total population)

  • Palos Verdes Estates: 37 cases (0.22% of total population), 0 deaths (0% of total population), 149 tested, (1.2% of total population)

  • Rancho Palos Verdes: 52 cases (0.09% of total population), 9 deaths (0.0102% of total population), 390 tested, (1.06% of total population)

  • Redondo Beach: 102 cases (0.14% of total population), 6 deaths (0.0099% of total population), 624 tested, (0.88% of total population)

  • Rolling Hills: 1 case (0.02% of total population), 0 deaths (0% of total population), 17 tested, (1.9% of total population)

  • Rolling Hills Estates: 13 cases (0.26% of total population), 0 deaths (0% of total population), 88 tested, (1.08% of total population)

  • San Pedro: 167 cases (0.21% of total population), 8 deaths (0.0095% of total population), 753 tested, (0.91% of total population)

  • Torrance: 242 cases (0.14% of total population), 29 deaths (0.0144% of total population), 1219 tested, (0.77% of total population)

  • West Carson: 54 cases (0.21% of total population), 2 deaths (0.0053% of total population), 224 tested, (0.93% of total population)

  • Westchester: 59 cases (0.11% of total population), 4 deaths (0.0064% of total population), 532 tested, (0.97% of total population)

  • Wilmington: 78 cases (0.14% of total population), 1 death (0.0022% of total population), 397 tested, (0.76% of total population)

  • Wiseburn: 5 cases (0.08% of total population), 0 deaths (0% of total population), 65 tested, (1.1% of total population)

  • Total cases: 2,046

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