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California Surpasses New York for Most COVID-19 Cases in US

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However, New York’s 72,302 deaths are by far the highest total in the country and nine times more than California’s tally, and its rate of confirmed infections of about 2,100 per 100,000 people is twice California’s rate.
2020/07/22 19:23
The U.S. also has had consistent testing failures that experts say contribute to an undercount of the actual virus rate.
2020/07/22 19:23
California residents starting in March were urged to stay home as much as possible and state health orders shut down all but essential businesses such as grocery stores.
2020/07/22 19:23
The tragedy of what we are witnessing is that many of our younger residents are interacting with each other and not adhering to the recommended prevention measures, while our older residents continue to experience the results of this increased spread with the worst health outcomes, including death,”
2020/07/22 19:23