According to the Long Beach Post, LA County sees its 3rd straight drop in number of COVID patients. LA County hospitals saw a fall in patients from Sunday to Monday, Sunday there were 4,700 and on Monday there were 4,568 patients. Officials said residents who test positive should isolate away from others for at least five days. To exit isolation after day five, residents will need a negative COVID-19 viral test, have had no fever for at least 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medicine, and be asymptomatic or have improving symptoms. Residents who don’t meet these criteria can exit isolation after day 10, provided they have no fever for at least 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medicine and are asymptomatic or have improving symptoms.