California and Los Angeles County reported a record number of coronavirus deaths Wednesday – 197 and 91, respectively, as the metropolis remains a hotspot in Southern California.
According to the FOX report, a record 4,825 new cases on Wednesday in the LA district were partly caused by the backlog of events last weekend.
The deaths involved three people between the ages of 18 and 29, two of whom had basic health conditions.
California overtook New York as the state with the highest number of cases last week, and Florida, which recorded a record 216 deaths on Wednesday, now has the second highest number of cases in the United States.
“I also know that the only way to get back on the road to recovery is to accept the behavior that we now have as much as possible with our household members,”; Ferrer said in an information meeting on coronaviruses. “Even if you don’t feel bad, you can be infected and pass the virus on to someone vulnerable – your parents or grandparents, someone with a medical condition that could be devastating. ‘ “
Face masks continue to be required in California, and restaurant services, gyms, and restaurant lounges are limited to outdoor areas only. Cinemas remain closed.
As a sign of progress, the transfer rate for each person in LA County has dropped to less than one, from more than three in June, The Los Angeles Times reported. Hospitalizations continued at the same pace, according to the FOX report 11.
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The state reported a total of more than 8,900 deaths.