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Los Angeles County Monkeypox Daily Case Update

Total Monkeypox / Orthopox Confirmed Cases


Data as of at
*includes Long Beach and Pasadena
Los Angeles County (excl. Long Beach and Pasadena)
Long Beach
Long Beach data as of .
Pasadena data as of .

Los Angeles County Monkeypox Case and Vaccine Summary (Weekly)

Updated on Fridays. Data as of August 5, 2022.

Total Cumulative Cases1


Data as of August 5, 2022 at 9:00 a.m.
count (%)
Male489 (99%)
Transgender Male0-42
Transgender Female0-42
Gender Non-Conforming or Another Gender Identity0-42
Age Group
20-29114 (23%)
30-39230 (46%)
40-49105 (21%)
50-5936 (7%)
60 or older10 (2%)
count (%)
Sexual Orientation
LGBQ+3420 (85%)
Straight or Heterosexual9 (2%)
Unknown67 (14%)
American Indian or Alaska Native0-42
Asian23 (5%)
Black or African American55 (11%)
Latino/Hispanic170 (34%)
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander0-42
White190 (38%)
Other/Multiracial14 (3%)
Unknown42 (8%)
Service Planning Area (SPA)
18 (2%)
276 (15%)
317 (3%)
4259 (52%)
527 (5%)
640 (8%)
737 (7%)
831 (6%)

Case1 Counts by Episode Date

Bar chart of Monkeypox / Orthopox confirmed cases Episode date is defined as the earliest existing value of: Date of Onset, Date of Diagnosis, Date of Death, Date Received, Specimen Collection Date

Cumulative Vaccine Summary

Dose Received, Doses Distributed and Doses Administered

Cumulative Case1 Counts and Vaccination Sites5 by Service Planning Area (SPA)

1. Includes confirmed or probable monkeypox cases per case definitions from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
2. Suppressed due to small cell sizes.
3. Includes persons who responded as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or a different term. Excludes persons who did not understand the question or did not respond. Please note that transgender is not included in this classification because it is a gender identity and not a sexual orientation. Information on transgender individuals is listed in the section labeled “Gender”.
4. The number of doses received are directly allocated to LAC DPH from the federal government to respond to the current monkeypox outbreak. These doses are then distributed to public and community/hospital vaccination sites to administer.
5. Vaccination site locations are subject to change and do not imply vaccine availability. Please consult current LA County guidelines to determine vaccine eligibility.
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