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City Manager's Update | COVID-19 Update | June 17, 2020

Post Date:06/17/2020 10:53 AM
Hello Monrovians, 
As more businesses begin to reopen, please remember that wearing cloth face coverings is required when you are around people not in your household. Individuals can be contagious before the onset of symptoms and by using a face covering, you are protecting others from your respiratory droplets.
A cloth face covering is not required when you are in solitary areas. However, you are advised to carry your face covering with you in the event that you do encounter people who are not in your household. Children 2 and under should not wear cloth face coverings, as well as people with certain health conditions or disabilities.
In addition to wearing a face covering, our best community and individual defense against COVID-19 is to wash our hands frequently, avoid touching our eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands, avoid being around sick people and practicing physical distancing, especially by staying at home.


How to wear a mask

COVID-19 At a Glance 


As of June 16, approximately 2,937,755 tests have been conducted in California.

Latest Facts & Figures  

Jurisdiction - Confirmed Cases | Deaths

Residential Congregate Settings in Monrovia - Confirmed Cases | Deaths

  • Brookdale Monrovia - 3 staff cases* | 5 resident cases | 1 death
  • Monrovia Gardens Healthcare Center - 20 staff cases* | 54 resident cases | 16 deaths
    • (Last updated May 29)
  • Monrovia Memorial Hospital - 18 staff cases* | 9 resident cases | 2 deaths
    • (Last updated on June 10)

*Please note, confirmed cases of employees from residential congregate settings get counted under their home city.

**Additional details on cases and deaths were not provided by the County of Los Angeles. View the Public Health Statement Regarding COVID-19 and Patient Privacy.

LA County's Interactive Dashboard

An interactive COVID-19 Surveillance Dashboard provides an overview on COVID-19 testing, cases and deaths along with maps and graphs showing testing, cases and death data by community poverty level, age, sex and race/ethnicity. 

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