Coronavirus cases in Burbank reach the triple-digit mark

A woman wears a face covering as she walks down San Fernando Road in Burbank this past Saturday, the day after the city required customers and employees of essential businesses to wear masks because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Photo by Raul Roa/Burbank Leader
A woman wears a face covering as she walks down San Fernando Road in Burbank this past Saturday, the day after the city required customers and employees of essential businesses to wear masks because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Burbank now has more than 100 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus.

The city reached the triple-digit mark over the weekend and, as of Monday afternoon, had 103 positive cases, according to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.

Burbank’s numbers have grown steadily since the novel coronavirus was first reported in the city on March 19. Continue reading “Coronavirus cases in Burbank reach the triple-digit mark”