Public health officials reported zero COVID-19 infections or deaths in Pasadena on Wednesday.
It was the first COVID-19-free day in the city since April 3, according to city data.
“We hope this trend continues,” Pasadena spokeswoman Lisa Derderian said.
The city’s pandemic totals stood at 11,182 infections and 339 fatalities, with the most recent fatalities reported on April 7.
Pasadena’s average daily infections over the prior week dropped to 3.1.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health documented 411 new infections and 57 deaths on Wednesday, raising the totals to 1,226,964 cases of the virus and 23,553 fatalities.
The California Department of Public Health reported 2,487 new infections and 114 deaths on Wednesday.
The statewide totals stood at 3,606,882 infections and 59,372 deaths, according to CDPH data. The average positivity rate increased to 1.7% after being recorded at 1.5% on Monday and Tuesday.
As of Wednesday, L.A. County represented 34% of California’s coronavirus cases and 40% of the state’s fatalities.