LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – The Los Angeles County Department of Health reported 2,318 new confirmed cases of coronavirus and 25 deaths Tuesday, bringing the total number of cases across the county to 325,876 and 7,200, respectively.
Registration for coronavirus testing does not take place until day 10. November at the test site in Los Angeles. (Photo by Frederick J. Brown/AFP-Getty)
Of the 25 new deaths, eight were over 80, nine between 65 and 79, seven between 50 and 64, and one between 30 and 49. Twenty-one of the dead were seriously ill.
The hospital currently has 888 people with KOVID-19, 28% of whom are being treated in the intensive care units. The number of patients admitted to hospital last week was over 800. At the beginning of October, between 650 and 725 people were admitted to hospital every day.
He promises to receive news in the near future about the potential of the KOVID-19 vaccine, said Dr. Barbara Ferrer, director of the district health service. However, we can’t wait for the vaccine to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Los Angeles County. Every person has to make a personal decision every day to use the tools we know for the job. I ask you to encourage your family and friends to continue the course. The authority to prevent new cases, hospitalizations and deaths is in our hands.
The Ministry of Health also reported that other companies were mentioned in connection with violations of the Health Code. Starting at 25. From October to October 1st. In November, 44 bids were submitted to companies, including restaurants, fitness studios, hotels and places of worship. A total of 260 quotations have been published since the end of August.
Health professionals have continued to insist that Los Angeles residents be vaccinated against the flu for the season, and Covid-19 continues to circulate rapidly throughout Los Angeles County.
Influenza vaccination is safe and protects against the harmful effects of the flu. It can help keep people out of the hospital and free up critical hospital resources, the ministry said. As the number of hospitalizations with COVID-19 increases and the cost of using COVID-19 for our communities and our health system decreases, it is more important than ever to be protected against the flu.
The Ministry of Health encourages all people aged 6 months and over to be vaccinated, but strongly recommends that people with a high risk of serious complications – people aged 65 years and over, pregnant women, children under the age of 5 and people with a chronic illness – be vaccinated.
On Tuesday, L.A. County remained at the most restrictive level in the state, at 7.6 per 100,000 residents, a quartile with 3.8 percent positive equity and 6.5 percent positive health equality.
To enter the red zone, a district must have a positive employment rate of less than 7.0 per 100,000 inhabitants, a positive employment rate of less than 8% and a positive employment rate of 8% of the health care corps for two consecutive weeks.
With test results available for more than 3,282,000 people, the overall percentage of positive test results in the district remained stable at 9%.
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