COVID-19 Comprehensive Coverage Summary

COVID-19: The Latest Numbers

Cases Updated: monday, march 21, 2022

Los Angeles County

2,825,423

Total Cases

31,491

Deaths

Santa Clarita Valley

71,891

Total Cases

453

Deaths

77.8%

Vaccinated

% Vaccinated Updated: JAN. 30, 2022

Latest News

Beth Shalom hosts FUDGE day

FUDGE (Fathers, Uncles, Dads, Grandfathers and Everyone) gathered with their families for an event on Sunday that aimed to show them what their children are

Graphic Snapshots

Visualize trends and impacts of coronavirus cases, deaths, and hospitalizations over time for the Los Angeles County and Santa Clarita Valley. 

Community

Education

Five SCV schools make state distinguished list

State Superintendent Tony Thurmond announced on Friday that five local schools have made the state’s distinguished schools list for 2023.   Charles Helmers Elementary and West

The pandemic’s educational toll

Testing results indicate more than 50% of Hart district students did not meet state standards In late October the California Department of Education released its

Local Businesses

VIA swears in new board of directors

The Valley Industry Association installed its new board of directors during a luncheon and swearing-in ceremony at College of the Canyons’ University Center on Tuesday.  

Frontier Toyota sold

By Michele E. Buttelman  Special to The Signal  Frontier Toyota, owned since 1988 by Santa Clarita Valley resident Joe Caso, was recently sold to Aman

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital

Sports & Events

Grocery & Food Services

Free food distribution scheduled in Castaic

Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger’s office is again partnering with the L.A. Regional Food Bank to host a free food distribution event at Castaic

Senior Centers

Cards from the heart

There’s a group of mischievous, giggling and sweet girls on the loose spreading Christmas cheer. The girls, some in their pajamas, were last seen dropping off

Looking for something to eat?

Here’s an interactive map showing many the Santa Clarita Valley restaurants and food establishments that are open and serving. If you’d like to be added, please let us know by contacting [email protected]

By the Numbers

Testing

Antibody treatments can help fight COVID-19

As the winter surge in cases continues, COVID-19 testing along with monoclonal antibody treatments have become harder to come by. Locally, COVID-19 testing lines could

Resources

Antibody treatments can help fight COVID-19

As the winter surge in cases continues, COVID-19 testing along with monoclonal antibody treatments have become harder to come by. Locally, COVID-19 testing lines could

Local Government

State Government

Federal Government

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