Entertainer Megan Fox missed her own movie premiere in downtown Los Angeles Monday night, citing the territorial spike in Covid cases.
An agent for the film “Midnight in the Switchgrass” told media that Fox would not be attending “because of the new California mask command and ascent of COVID cases.”
The premiere occurred at Regal LA Live. The film additionally stars Bruce Willis and Emile Hirsch. Hirsch joined in, however Willis didn’t.
Monday denoted the 11th consecutive day with more than 1,000 Covid cases in Los Angeles County, the spike welcomed on by the profoundly infectious Delta variation. 1,233 individuals testing positive Monday, marking a 700% increase in cases since June 15, the date that California formally dropped a larger part of its pandemic limitations.
528 individuals were hospitalized with the Covid in L.A. Region, up from 372 per week prior.
The test inspiration rate has additionally increased ten times, jumping from 0.4% on June 15 to 4.1% Monday.
Last week, L.A. Province reported that masks would again be commanded in indoor public spaces.