COVID Dashboard

Updated 5/26/2022

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City of Redondo Beach

5+ yo (fully vaccinated) 82.3%
LA County projection (12+ yo)
With vaccination rates dropping, these projections likely overestimate the rate of vaccination progress.
Source: LA County
 
Monitor this chart more carefully when reviewing the below RBUSD status.
 
12-17 yo (vaccinated, 1+ add'l dose) 40.5%
LA County projection (12-17 yo)
With vaccination rates dropping, these projections likely overestimate the rate of vaccination progress.
Source: LA County
 
Monitor this chart more carefully when reviewing the below RBUSD status.
5-11 yo (1+ dose) 58.2%
LA County projection (5-11 yo)
With vaccination rates dropping, these projections likely overestimate the rate of vaccination progress.
Source: LA County
 
  as of 3/13/21    as of 3/20/22    
Vaccination Rates (1+ dose) Previous* Change Total Population %
5-11 yo (City of Redondo Beach) 3,548 +15 3,563 6,122 58.2%
5-11 yo: (County of LA) 320,951 +2,329 323,280 897,561 36.0%
           
Vaccination Rates (fully)** Previous* Change Total Population %
5-11 yo (raw data) 3,291 +7 3,298 6,122 53.9%
12-18 yo (school district table) 4,561 +6 4,567 5,101 89.5%
12-17 yo (raw data) 3,962 +8 3,968 4,424 89.7%
18-64 yo (raw data) 36,428 +26 36,454 44,450 82.0%
65+ yo (raw data) 9,437 +3 9,440 9,791 96.4%
           
5+ yo (raw data) 53,283 +23 53,306 58,665 82.3%
All ages (raw data) 53,283 +23 53,306 71,756*** 74.8%
           
Vaccination Rates (1+ add'l dose) Previous Change Total Population %
12-17 yo (raw data)**** 1,774 +17 1,791 4,424 40.5%
12-18 yo (school district table) n/a n/a 1,919 5,101 34.7%
18-64 yo (raw data) 22,000 +170 22,170 44,450 49.9%
65+ yo (raw data) 7,132 +10 7,142 9,791 71.4%
           
5+ yo (raw data) 31,871 +104 31,975 58,665 47.5%
All ages (raw data) 31,871 +104 31,975 71,756*** 44.5%
*LA County may revise prior entries 🤷🏻‍♂️        
Note: Rates appear a week later. Expect week ending 1/2 rates by Sat 1/8
Note**: LA County began providing fully vaccinated data on 11/6/2021
Note***: (11/9/2021) Population now uses 2020 Census data, which lowers some above %s. Caveat: City Council will appeal 1547 ppl as an error.
Note****: Only older teens, 16-17 yo, can receive booster shots.
Source: LA County      
   as of 12/14/21    as of 1/20/22   unvax %
RBUSD unvaccinated staff 124 (out of 1,346)   116 1,185 9.2%
certificated staff ("teachers") 30 (out of 510)   32 534 6.0%
classified staff  94 (out of 748)   84 621 13.5%
unrepresented staff* n/a (out of 88)   n/a 330 n/a
*Unrepresented staff are the most difficult to track because many are seasonal (coaches, lifeguards, etc.) so they haven't had to report their vaccination status yet.
**LAUSD reported 97% vaccinated in early Oct: 99% among classroom teachers and administrators
           
Daily new cases/100k, 7d avg 05/25/2022: 53.03 ⬆️
Beach Cities Health District COVID Cases
Source: Beach Cities Health District

 


Redondo Beach Unified School District

5/26/2022 7:25 am
Community <—> Schools
The case rates in the community (above) and school (below) indelibly correlate, especially when RBUSD has determined that cases have not originated on campus (note that the timelines are different).
RBUSD Confirmed Cases Graph
RBUSD COVID 19 Dashboard
Source: RBUDS COVID_19 Dashboard

 

COVID Positive Cases*
per the Tues 9/28 board meeting, Jessica Silberling summarized approx 6-9 elementary and up to 19 secondary school students quarantine per confirmed case.
    8/18/2021   5/26/2022
Type Population Students Staff per 100k pp   Students Staff per 100k ppl
Pre-School 93 0 0 0   0 1,075
Elementary 4,937 1 1 41   127 ⬆️ 15 ⬇️ 2,876 ⬆️
Secondary 5,602 8 2 179   128 ⬆️ 18 ⬇️ 2,606 ⬆️
District Offices 235 0 1 426   959
total 10,774 9 4 120   260 ⬆️ 36 ⬇️ 2,605 ⬆️
                 
            7-day avg per 100k ppl
RBUSD       (8/25/2021) 183.6       2,228.0 ⬆️
City of RB       26.4       53.0 ⬆️
LAUSD West LA               128.9 ⬇️
*Note that RBUSD case rates are current confirmed cases, not new daily cases like for the LAUSD/city/county. The dashboard does not distinguish new vs existing cases, so I cannot calculate the same rate. Therefore, the RBUSD per 100k rate will always be much higher than the city/county. However, you can at least know the net daily changes by subtracting the current from prior day #, which carries yet again its own caveat: if two consecutive days is the same 27, as it did Wed 8/25 - Thur 8/26, there could have been 2 new cases but 2 cases that no longer are active.
**LAUSD no longer reports the per 100k rate for the district - just per community.