Covid 19 In LA County, COVID-19 cases reached close to 1.1M,...

In LA County, COVID-19 cases reached close to 1.1M, with deaths exceeding 16K

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The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Thursday announced 6,592 recently affirmed COVID-19 cases and 213 deaths, carrying countywide sums to 1,097,941 cases and 16,107 deaths.

“Coronavirus deaths reflect transmission that happened weeks sooner,” the office said in an articulation. “Due to the new flood in cases and hospitalizations recently, the County will probably keep on encountering high number of deaths daily for quite a while.”

On Saturday, the area outperformed the bleak achievement of in excess of 15,000 complete COVID-19 deaths. In under multi week, the area has detailed almost 1,000 extra fatalities.

Of the new deaths detailed Thursday, 62 individuals were beyond 80 69 years old, individuals were between the ages of 65 and 79, 38 individuals were between the ages of 50 and 64, 24 individuals were between the ages of 30 and 49, one individual was between the ages of 18 and 29 and one death was under scrutiny.

Health authorities additionally detailed that there have been a sum of nine deaths among the 5,569 pregnant ladies who tried positive for COVID-19. Among the 3,405 births where there was trying accessible, 46 babies tried positive for the infection.

There were 6,026 COVID-19 patients hospitalized Thursday, 26% of whom were being treated in serious consideration units.

“We have a best approach before our hospitals are not focused and less individuals bite the dust every day,” Dr. Barbara Ferrer, region general health chief, said. “Remaining on a recuperation venture is just conceivable on the off chance that we as a whole carry on honestly.”

With testing results accessible for almost 5,446,000 individuals, the area’s general positivity rate was holding consistent at 19%.

 

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