California Is 2nd State To Surpass 1 Million Coronavirus Cases

Since Friday morning, Californias own state websites do not yet reflect that cases have actually surpassed one million.

A traffic warden directs traffic as people show up and depart from the coronavirus screening location at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on Nov. 12. California went beyond more than 1 million confirmed coronavirus cases, according to Johns Hopkins University.

The state now signs up with Texas, which reached more than 1 million cases on Tuesday. The record-shattering numbers come as the country continues to compete with the third, and biggest, rise in coronavirus infections since the start of the pandemic.

California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly is set to hold an interview this afternoon to offer an upgrade on coronavirus cases in the state, an agent from his office informed NPR.

The U.S. is averaging more than 100,000 cases per day and could surpass 200,000 brand-new cases each day by Thanksgiving, NPR reported earlier today.

California has actually reached more than one million verified coronavirus cases, ending up being only the 2nd state to reach the bleak turning point considering that the start of the pandemic.

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A traffic warden directs traffic as people arrive and leave from the coronavirus screening venue at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on Nov. 12. California exceeded more than 1 million confirmed coronavirus cases, according to Johns Hopkins University.

As of Friday early morning, Johns Hopkins data shows that California has actually recorded a minimum of 1,006,400 validated cases and 18,144 deaths. Los Angeles County is likewise the U.S. county with the highest variety of validated cases, at 330,450.

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The most populous state in the country crossed the million mark on Thursday, according to information gathered by Johns Hopkins University.

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