Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Rosemead

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Rosemead
Posted on 06/01/2020

Updated June 1, 2020
Contact Person: Gloria Molleda, City Manager
Email: gmolleda@cityofrosemead.org   
Phone Number: (626) 569-2100           

                                                                                              



Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in the City of Rosemead

The County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health announced thirty-four (34) new confirmed novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases over the course of one week, bringing us to a total of one hundred and twenty-one (121) confirmed cases in the City of Rosemead.  Due to patient confidentiality, no further information on the identity of the residents has been released by the Public Health authorities. To view the daily confirmed COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles County cities, including Rosemead, please visit the Los Angeles County Public Health COVID-19 website by clicking here.

A friendly reminder to please do your part and take all measures our local, state, and federal partners recommend to keep you and your families healthy.   Please note that the data provided on the site indicates where a patient lives, not where COVID-19 was contracted. Do not assume that one area is safer than another. Do not have non-essential gatherings with anyone outside of your immediate family (living with you). Essential gatherings only include medical visits and purchasing food.

Serious cases are occurring across Los Angeles County. Please stay home and if you must go out, it is very important that you practice social distancing (6 feet away) from other people. These efforts will not only assist in flattening the curve but will save lives.

These are ways you can help prevent the spread of COVID-19:

  • Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds;
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands;
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick;
  • If you are sick, isolate yourself from others in your home and call your doctor to determine what care you need. If available, consider telemedicine to speak with your healthcare provider; and
  • If you have recently returned from an area with ongoing COVID-19 infections, follow public health guidance and monitor your health.

For the best and latest information on COVID-19, always check with trusted sources:

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health

California Department of Public Health 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

World Health Organization

L.A. County Department of Consumer and Business Affairs

L.A. County residents can also call 2-1-1

Los Angeles County COVID-19 Updates