L.A. Covid-19 Update: County Attempting To Vaccinate 6 Million People In 6 Months — And It May Not Be Enough
Initial doses of Pfizer’s long-awaited COVID-19 vaccine have arrived in Los Angeles, the first step in a massive undertaking that will see the county attempt to vaccinate six million people in six months, beginning with critical health care workers. The
California Covid-19 Update: New Infections Jump 20% In Single Day; Record Number Of Hospitalizations, ICU Patients And Deaths This Week
The number of daily new Covid-19 cases in California jumped 20% in the past 24 hours to a new all-time high of 35,468. It’s the third record number of new cases in the past week. The state has also seen
Los Angeles Covid-19 Update: Top Health Official Sounds Alarm About “Unprecedented And Catastrophic Suffering And Death”
“I again want to sound an alarm that we’ve been sounding for the last month,” said Los Angeles Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer.
“We’re on a very dangerous track to seeing unprecedented and catastrophic suffering and death,” she warned.
L.A. Official Emotionally Overwhelmed As She Announces Huge Number Of New Covid-19 Deaths, Including County’s First Child Lost To Pandemic
After months of trying to communicate the devastating impact of Covid-19 to pandemic-weary Angelenos, County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer’s moment of televised emotion might have emphasized the urgency of the crisis more powerfully than the all the numbers, charts
California Counties Run Out Of ICU Capacity; Predicted Covid-19 “Surge On Top Of A Surge” Hits; Deaths Spike Dramatically
The long talked about “surge on top of a surge” seems to have arrived in California.
For weeks state, local and national health officials such as Dr. Anthony Fauci had warned about already elevated Covid-19 numbers could be overtopped by
California’s 3-Week Covid-19 Shutdown Could Turn Into “6 or 9 Weeks If Transmission Rates Stay As High As They Are,” Warns Health Official
While the 24,375 new Covid-19 cases reported in California on Tuesday were lower than the 30,000-plus all-time high seen over the weekend, California Director of Health and Human Services Dr. Mark Ghaly stressed that the state has still “seen more