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Los Angeles County Coronavirus Update: Public Health Confirms 25 Deaths And 494 New Cases – Update

Los Angeles County Coronavirus Update: Public Health Confirms 25 Deaths And 494 New Cases – Update
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Mark Terrill/AP UPDATE: Labor Day weekend, which has featured record-breaking heat and wildfires, has continued to see a steady decrease in new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Los Angeles County . The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health confirmed Monday 494 new positive cases of COVID-19, more than 300 fewer cases than Sunday’s showing. Monday’s count, though confirming a decline in new positive cases, shows an increase in COVID-19 related deaths. Officials counted 25 COVID-19 deaths, up from Sunday’s five new ones. Public Health said the low number of cases and deaths were a result of delays in test and death reports due to the holiday as testing sites were closed over Labor Day weekend. Monday’s update also shows a continued decrease of current hospitalizations, with a total of 943 patients in hospitals for the infectious disease or related complications. As of Monday officials confirmed a total of 248,821 positive COVID-19 cases and 6,030 deaths. COVID-19 Daily Update: September 7, 2020 New Cases: 494 (248,821 to date) New Deaths: 25 (6,030 to date) Current Hospitalizations: 943 pic.twitter.com/BgJTEMQA0S — LA Public Health (@lapublichealth) September 7, 2020 UPDATED Sept. 6: The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has confirmed […]

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