Covid 19 Los Angeles County confirmed first case of the South...

Los Angeles County confirmed first case of the South African COVID-19 variant and three cases of the Brazilian variant

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Los Angeles County affirmed its first instance of the South African COVID-19 variant Tuesday just as the initial three cases of the Brazilian variant.

During the county’s evening news conference, Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said there are likely a lot more cases of the variants in the county however they are not announced because of the restricted testing accomplished for variants.

“We actually have moderate transmission, that is the reason we are in the orange level,” Ferrer said. “It is beautiful to get to the yellow level, which truly implies you have negligible transmission going on locally in light of the fact that your case rate has dropped to under two new cases for every 100,000 individuals.”

“So indeed, I might want to see our case rate drop more,” she said. “We’ll need to keep on buckling down for that to occur.”

On Tuesday, the state delivered its refreshed COVID measurements, showing L.A. County’s normal day by day pace of new cases held consistent at 3.1 per 100,000 occupants, finishing a weeks-in length descending pattern.

In view of the update, the county will stay in the orange level of the state’s returning outline as the case rate continued as before as a week ago, which health officials say shows that the county isn’t proceeding to see a decrease in cases.

Ferrer likewise detailed an extra 53 deaths Tuesday and 479 new cases.

The numbers brought the county’s loss of life to 23,340 and its caseload to 1,223,174.

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