COVID-19 Comprehensive Coverage Summary

COVID-19: The Latest Numbers

Cases Updated: monday, NOV. 22, 2021

Los Angeles County

1,520,504

Total Cases

27,017

Deaths

Santa Clarita Valley

38,664

Total Cases

357

Deaths

74.9%

Vaccinated

% Vaccinated Updated: Oct. 10, 2021

Latest News

Holiday home tour benefits Henry Mayo

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital has served the Santa Clarita Valley since 1975 and, as one of the primary centers for health and wellness, many residents

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

Local Businesses

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital

Henry Mayo reports three COVID-19 deaths

As Los Angeles County reports its second and third confirmed cases of the Omicron COVID-19 variant, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital announced three deaths related to

Henry Mayo accepts award for stroke treatment

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital earned its ninth consecutive award for stroke quality achievement from the American Heart Association for its commitment to ensuring stroke patients

Sports & Events

City holds Central Park expansion groundbreaking

The city of Santa Clarita held a groundbreaking ceremony for its recently approved Central Park expansion project, promising more fields, lights and facilities for local residents at the park.   

6 SCV football teams head to playoffs

A total of six Santa Clarita Valley varsity football teams are heading to the playoffs this year, giving each a chance to win out their

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

Seniors receive Passover meal

In celebration of Passover, 90 seniors in the Santa Clarita Valley were delivered meals Friday. Sheila and Scott Petri and their kids Sam, 13, and

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

Henry Mayo reports three COVID-19 deaths

As Los Angeles County reports its second and third confirmed cases of the Omicron COVID-19 variant, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital announced three deaths related to

COVID-19 graphic snapshot: Updated Nov. 22

The following graphics are regularly updated to provide a visual representation of the coronavirus trends and impacts in Los Angeles County and the Santa Clarita

Testing

State releases Valencia lab report

The California Department of Public Health closed the investigation for complaints filed against the PerkinElmer COVID-19 laboratory this month without imposing sanctions, following the release

State auto-renews Valencia lab contract

The PerkinElmer COVID-19 laboratory’s $1.7 billion contract was quietly auto-renewed Sunday amid allegations of poor management and ongoing state investigations of the Valencia lab.  PerkinElmer,

Resources

County extends tenant protections

Los Angeles County’s temporary eviction moratorium was extended through Jan. 31, 2022, after a 4-0 county Board of Supervisors vote last week. The move comes

A second pandemic looms

The pandemic’s toll could be seen nationwide this past year, as deaths from drug overdoses hit a record high in 2020, according to the U.S.

Local Government

SCV water receives financial reporting award

The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada awarded Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency the certificate of achievement for excellence for its

State Government

State releases Valencia lab report

The California Department of Public Health closed the investigation for complaints filed against the PerkinElmer COVID-19 laboratory this month without imposing sanctions, following the release

State auto-renews Valencia lab contract

The PerkinElmer COVID-19 laboratory’s $1.7 billion contract was quietly auto-renewed Sunday amid allegations of poor management and ongoing state investigations of the Valencia lab.  PerkinElmer,

Federal Government

CDC releases updated school guidance

Students and teachers will still be required to wear masks when returning to school this fall, the California Department of Public Health announced Friday, despite

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