About the Map

Data drives every decision about the City’s COVID-19 response and policies. Led by the Mayor’s office, the City of Los Angeles COVID-19 Neighborhood Map visualizes trends in cases and deaths across 139 neighborhoods, utilizing the same information deployed by local officials to spot changes in infection rates and target vital testing resources.

Data Source:

Data are provided on a weekly basis by the L.A. County Department of Public Health and prepared by the L.A. Mayor's Office Innovation Team. The data included in this map are on a one-week lag -- meaning the numbers shown here are reporting statistics gathered from one week ago. This map will be updated every Tuesday. Click on the maps to zoom in, get more details, and see the legends.

*Note: Previously, the data reflected on these maps were displaying case rates and cases by report date. As of February 10, the data will be displayed by the episode date.

Case Rates | New Cases | New Deaths

Case Rate: As of February 19, 2021

New Cases per 100,000 residents: Case rates offer a way to compare neighborhoods with different population sizes. In general, the higher the case rate, the more widespread COVID-19 is in that area.

Weekly Data Highlights:

For the week of February 13, 2021 to February 19, 2021, the City of Los Angeles saw a total of 6,274
new infections reported in the city, as well as 342 fatalities. 

New Cases

Confirmed cases reported in the week ending on February 19, 2021.

New Deaths

Confirmed deaths reported in the week ending on February 19, 2021.


Get a free COVID-19 Test Today

The City’s testing program, in partnership with Curative and Community Organized Relief Effort (CORE), runs testing sites with both drive-through and walk-up options. There is no cost to patients for any test, and this service is available to anyone, with or without symptoms, regardless of whether you have insurance.

COVID-19 Testing Locations