COVID-19 is not dying down in Los Angelos, CA. Healthcare officials are requesting additional help after the surge of COVID cases post-Thanksgiving gatherings. They healthcare system is finding it difficult to manage the cases given that their system is very over extended.
According to Webmd.com, “A person now dies every 10 minutes in L.A. County from COVID-19 - and since many of these deaths are preventable, our collective focus should be on doing right to save lives,” Barbara Ferrer, LA County director of public health, said in a news release. “I hope we can each find the strength and courage to take responsibility for each other's well-being. Follow the public health directives. These are the only tools that will work right now."
After every holiday, the healthcare system in all states have had a spike in cases but specifically Alaska, Alabama, California, the District of Columbia, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma, and New York according webmd.com. Currently, 81 Million cases of COVID-19 have been recorded and 1.8 Million deaths have occurred nationally. In LA County some people have or will pass away every 10 minutes due to COVID-19. Governor Gavin Newsom believes "We could have a surge on top of a surge on top of a surge in January and February in addition to the current cases.
Everyone, please remain safe!
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