Covid 19 L. A.County COVID cases fall,but health authorities urges...

L. A.County COVID cases fall,but health authorities urges people to remain cautious ahead of holidays

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Los Angeles County public health authorities on Saturday kept on revealing a drop in coronavirus case numbers yet asked individuals to stay cautious when traveling or associating during the impending holidays, saying that transmission of the virus stays far and wide and is expanding in different states.

The county recorded 700 new instances of the coronavirus and 23 related passings. There were 669 COVID-19 patients in its hospitals as of Friday, a decrease of almost 30% from about fourteen days prior.

In any case, authorities said, it’s ideal to observe Easter, Passover, spring break and different holidays for all intents and purposes, or to restrict gatherings to individuals from a similar family. A travel advisory remaining parts in actuality for L.A. County, and inhabitants should remain inside 120 miles of their home except if they’re traveling for fundamental purposes.

Indoor gatherings of up to three separate families are allowed by public health rules, if there’s mask-wearing and distancing if members aren’t completely vaccinated, yet such exercises actually convey hazard, authorities said.

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