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LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles County Department 
of Public Health (Public Health) received confir-
mation from the Centers for Disease Control and 
Prevention (CDC) that a South Korean flight at-tendant, 
who was diagnosed with novel coronavirus 2019 
(COVID-19) in South Korea and had re-cently visited 
LA County, was not symptomatic during their time in 
LA County and did not pose any risk to others while 
in LA County. The CDC confirmed the flight attendant 
did not develop symptoms until after departing 
LA County.

At this time, there are no new cases of COVID-19 in 
LA County, and there is currently no evidence of person-
to-person spread of the virus within LA County. 
Therefore, the immediate health risk to the general 
public of exposure to this virus in Los Angeles County 
is still considered low.

Public Health is carefully assessing the situation as it 
evolves. Public Health also continues to proac-tively 
take steps to prevent the spread of this novel coronavirus 
and to work with healthcare, schools, colleges, 
and universities, the business community, and State 
and Federal partners, among others, to prepare for the 
possibility of additional cases in the future. 

"It is likely we will eventually see more cases of the 
novel coronavirus, in the midst of continuing to see 
other respiratory illnesses, like the flu. Respiratory 
infections predominantly spread when people are sick 
with fever and cough are in contact with others,” said 
Barbara Ferrer, PhD, MPH, MEd, Direc-tor of Los 
Angeles County Public Health. “Everyone should stay 
at home when they're sick. This re-quires our employers 
and schools to be flexible when staff and students 
are sick and need to stay home."

Residents can continue to enjoy all their usual activities 
and feel comfortable eating and shopping at restaurants 
and stores across LA County, and are encouraged 
to the follow the actions below.

Public Health continues to recommend that the public 
do the following to protect themselves and to prevent 
the spread of all respiratory illnesses:

• Stay home when you are sick.

• Wash your hands often with soap and water
for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the 
bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, 
coughing, or sneezing.

• Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
with unwashed hands.

• Limit close contact, like kissing and sharing
cups or utensils, with people who are sick.

• Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces 
using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.

• Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then
throw the tissue in the trash. If you do not have a tissue, 
use your sleeve (not your hands).

• Facemasks are most effective when used appropriately 
by health care workers and people who are 

• Get a flu immunization if you have not done so
this season.

Public Health, along with partners in healthcare, state 
and federal agencies, have systems in place to support 
appropriate screening and testing for those with an 
exposure to COVID-19, and healthcare providers are 
able to provide excellent care to manage respiratory 

Always check with trusted sources for the latest accurate 
information about COVID-19 :

• Los Angeles County Department of Public 

• California Department of Public Health

• Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

• World Health Organization https://www.who.

• LA County residents can also call 2-1-1

The Sierra Madre Community Foundation recently celebrated 20 years of 
serving the local community with a Whiskey & Wine tasting event at the 
historic Mia Italia residence. The event’s proceeds will be reinvested into the 
community via grants for local activities, events and pro-grams. More than 
150 residents and supporters attended the Feb. 22 event. Apply for a grant at

Community Foundation board members celebrate at conclusion of Whiskey 
& Wine event: L to R—Tom Hoffman, Ed Garcia, Sue Spears, Heather Young, 
Jeff Dapper, Sharon Pevsner, Frank Moore, Laura Palmer, Allison Evans, Greg 
Harman, Carol Canterbury Photo Courtesy SMCF


On Tuesday evening, the Sierra Madre Rose Float Association presented the City 
of Sierra Madre a souvenir of their 2020 award winning float, KA LA HIKI OLA 
(The Dawning Of A New Day), for the City Hall archives. Pictured above is SMRFA 
Board Member Gwen Robertson with the picture. 

 Meanwhile, the Sierra Madre Chamber of Commerce presented the SMRFA with 
a donation of $1,200 for the purchase of a AED (defibrillator), for use at the Float 
Barn where hundreds of volunteers work year round. .......Photo by Laura Aguilar

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