There have been a rising surge of COVID-19 in US particularly in California. Due to this, many of the reopened stores are now closing down and many of the schools are also pulling back their plans to go back to normal for the fall semester. Many of us might be thinking that this is a too radical of a procedural, but I believe that many of you will change your mind once you read this article.
“We’re still headed in the wrong direction,” said Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti at his Friday new conference. “This week we had three record days of new cases,” noted the mayor. “This is an extremely dangerous situation.”
Garcetti then announced the county had seen 62 new deaths related to coronavirus and 2,885 new cases of COVID-19.
That brings the total number of deaths from virus in the region to more than 4,000 since the pandemic erupted. The number of cases identified in Los Angeles County is now over 150,000, which equates to over one percent of the county’s population.
To date, Public Health officials have identified a total of 4,047 deaths.
For the entire article go to https://deadline.com/2020/07/los-angeles-mayor-eric-garcetti-reveals-4000-people-in-county-now-dead-from-covid-19-as-number-of-identified-cases-passes-150000-1202988668/