California tops 3 million Covid-19 cases

California has become the first state in the nation to record more than 3 million Covid-19 cases, according to data from Johns Hopkins University and the Covid Tracking Project.

The number of cases there has tripled in just the past two months.
Current data shows 3,005,830 케이스 및 33,623 사망자 resulting from the virus that has plagued the nation and debilitated the economy.
이상 1 million of those cases are in Los Angeles County, where about 1 에 10 people have been confirmed to have contracted the virus.
Hospitals throughout the state remain overwhelmed with patients seeking treatment. Covid-19 hospitalizations have dropped to just under 21,000 환자, but the number of available ICU beds remain incredibly low. There are just 1,113 ICU beds available statewide.
약 90% of the state remains under stay-at-home orders due in part to limited intensive care unit capacity. Regions of the state are eligible to have the order lifted once four-week projections show an ICU capacity of more than 15% available.
Testing in the Golden State ramped up over the weekend with more than 427,000 tests conducted in a single day. California’s two-week positivity rate continues its slow slide downward and stands at 12.2%. 1 주일 전, the positivity rate reached 14%, the highest percentage seen since widespread testing began.
California recorded its first coronavirus case on January 26, 2020.

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