1. Everything to Know About LA County’s Yellow Tier Reopening Plan  Eater LA
  2. Los Angeles County reports NO new COVID-19 deaths for the first time in 410 days  Daily Mail
  3. Los Angeles County Notches a Much-Wanted Goose Egg  Newser
  4. Los Angeles County reports no new COVID-19 deaths  Los Angeles Times
  5. Los Angeles County on the verge of moving to least-restrictive yellow tier this week  KABC-TV
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All the details for tomorrow’s expected announcement of a move into the least restrictive coronavirus tier, plus what to expect this summerAll the details for tomorrow’s expected announcement of a move into the least restrictive coronavirus tier, plus what to expect this summer

Everything to Know About LA County’s Yellow Tier Reopening Plan - Eater LA

LA County marked its first day without a fatality from COVID-19 in more than a year on Sunday. Officials say the figure may be adjusted as there are often reporting delays on weekends.LA County marked its first day without a fatality from COVID-19 in more than a year on Sunday. Officials say the figure may be adjusted as there are often reporting delays on weekends.

Los Angeles County reports NO new COVID-19 deaths for the first time in 410 days | Daily Mail Online

It's the number every county hopes to register in the COVID fight: Zero. Los Angeles County on Sunday reported no COVID deaths for the first time in a long time, reports the...No COVID deaths reported on Sunday

Los Angeles County Notches a Much-Wanted Goose Egg

Los Angeles County reported no new deaths related to COVID-19 Sunday. Though the figure may reflect possible reporting delays over the weekend, it is still a bright spot in our months of progress as the region is on the verge of moving to the yellow tier.L.A. County reported no new deaths related to COVID-19 on Sunday. Though the figure may reflect possible reporting delays over the weekend, it is still a bright spot in our months of progress.

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LA County reports no new COVID deaths Sunday as region is on verge of moving to yellow tier | abc7.com

Ten city-run sites will now operate Monday through Saturday as part of a wider effort to expand vaccine access amid declining local demand for the doses.Ten city-run sites will now operate Monday through Saturday as part of a wider effort to expand vaccine access amid declining local demand for the doses.

L.A. expands operations at COVID-19 vaccine sites - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles County is expected to reach the least-restrictive yellow tier of the state's four-tier Blueprint for a Safer Economy when updated statistics are released on Tuesday.Los Angeles County is expected to reach the least-restrictive yellow tier of the state's four-tier Blueprint for a Safer Economy when updated statistics are released on Tuesday.

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Los Angeles County on the verge of moving to least-restrictive yellow tier this week | abc7.com

Los Angeles County reported 313 new cases of COVID-19 and no additional deaths Monday, though officials said those low numbers likely reflect reporting delays...Los Angeles County reported 313 new cases of COVID-19 and no additional deaths Monday, though officials said those low numbers likely reflect reporting delays over the weekend.

LA County on Verge of Yellow Tier – NBC Los Angeles

42 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Luzerne County on Monday | Times Leader

For the first time in over a year, Los Angeles County reported no Covid-related deaths, though there was likely a weekend reporting lag.For the first time in over a year, Los Angeles County reported no Covid-related deaths, though there was likely a weekend reporting lag.

Los Angeles Reports Zero Daily Covid Deaths For Second Day In A Row – Deadline

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Los Angeles County reported no new COVID-19 deaths on Sunday, a marker of progress for a county that has been hit hard by the virus.Los Angeles County reported no new COVID-19 deaths on Sunday, a marker of progress for a county that has been hit hard by the virus.

LA county reports zero COVID-19 deaths on Sunday | TheHill

Los Angeles County reported no new COVID-19 deaths on Sunday, a marker of progress for a county that has been hit hard by the virus.Los Angeles County reported no new COVID-19 deaths on Sunday, a marker of progress for a county that has been hit hard by the virus.

LA county reports zero COVID-19 deaths on Sunday | TheHill

Los Angeles County public health authorities on Sunday reported no new deaths related to COVID-19. Although officials cautioned that the figure was probably an undercount because of reporting delays on weekends, it still marked a bright spot, capping several months of progress in the fight against the coronavirus. The county also reported 313 new cases […]Los Angeles County public health authorities on Sunday reported no new deaths related to COVID-19. Although officials cautioned that the figure was probably an undercount because of reporting delay…

L.A. County reported no new COVID-19 deaths on Sunday | KTLA

The Florida Department of Health on Saturday reported 186 new cases of COVID-19 in Lee County and and no additional deathsThe Florida Department of Health on Saturday reported 186 new cases of COVID-19 in Lee County and and no additional deaths

COVID in Lee County: State reports 186 new cases, no additional deaths

Collier County's cumulative total of COVID-19 fatalities holds at 528, the 18th-highest total among Florida counties.Collier County's cumulative total of COVID-19 fatalities holds at 528, the 18th-highest total among Florida counties.

COVID in Collier County: Cases, deaths, hospitalizations on May 2

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. Los Angeles County, once a hot spot in the COVID-19 pandemic, reported zero new coronavirus-related deaths on Sunday and 313 new cases. County health officials said it's likely the actual numbers were higher due to weekend reporting delays, but by all available metrics Los Angeles and California overall are successfully containing the coronavirus. Public health experts attribute L.A.'s declining numbers in part to the low rate of vaccine hesitancy in California, the Los Angeles Times reports; 46.8 percent of L.A. County's 10 million residents are at least partially vaccinated and 31.5 percent are fully vaccinated. Since the pandemic began, the county has recorded more than 1.2 million COVID-19 cases and 23,915 deaths, according to a tally by the Times. On Saturday, L.A. County health officials said infections are now at the lowest levels since the pandemic began, and if the daily rate remains below 2 new cases per 100,000 residents this week, most Los Angeles businesses will be able to reopen indoor operations under California's lowest restrictions tier. Peter Weber

Los Angeles County reports zero new COVID-19 deaths

UPDATE, 8 PM: For the first time in 410 days, Los Angeles County on Sunday reported no new deaths from Covid-19. The county Department of Public Health showed 313 cases and 414 hospitalizations, but health officials caution that the numbers could reflect delays in weekend reporting. According to official data, the county experienced the worst […]UPDATE, 8 PM: For the first time in 410 days, Los Angeles County on Sunday reported no new deaths from Covid-19. The county Department of Public Health showed 313 cases and 414 hospitalizations, but health officials caution that the numbers could reflect delays in weekend reporting. According to official data, the county experienced the worst […]

L.A. County Public Health Covid-19 Report: No New Deaths For First Time In 410 Days – Update

The sites will remain open until the end of May.The sites will remain open until the end of May.

COVID-19 testing sites opening in Luzerne and Centre Counties | wnep.com

Los Angeles County again eased its COVID-19 health restrictions, lifting restrictions on operating hours for bars, breweries and wineries, while allowing indoor playgrounds and arcades to reopen at limited capacity.L.A. County again eased its COVID-19 health restrictions, lifting restrictions on operating hours for bars, breweries and wineries, while allowing indoor playgrounds and arcades to reopen at limited capacity.

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Los Angeles County lifts restrictions on operating hours for bars, breweries and wineries | abc7.com

Those looking to grab drinks (responsibly) in LA County can now keep their tabs open a little longer.Those looking to grab drinks (responsibly) in LA County can now keep their tabs open a little longer.

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LA Regains Right To Party: Bar & Indoor Play Restrictions Eased - Los Angeles, CA - Los Angeles County nixed health restrictions on bar, brewery and winery hours while allowing indoor playgrounds and arcades to reopen.Los Angeles County nixed health restrictions on bar, brewery and winery hours while allowing indoor playgrounds and arcades to reopen.

LA Regains Right To Party: Bar & Indoor Play Restrictions Eased | Los Angeles, CA Patch

Bars had been restricted to operating hours of 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., but those restrictions are now lifted.Restrictions on bar hours now lifted

LA indoor playgrounds and arcades reopen