Associated Press
Associated Press 15 Jul 2020

Los Angeles County sees sharp rise in virus cases


Los Angeles County officials discussed the latest data on the impact of a coronavirus surge Wednesday, as sharp increases were reported in the number of confirmed cases and in people hospitalized who suffer from the virus. (July 15)

Los Angeles County reported a surge in coronavirus cases over the Fourth of July weekend while continuing to struggle with the demand for tests. NBC News' Gadi Schwartz reports from Dodger Stadium, which has been used as a testing center, where he had to inform a frustrated resident the site was temporarily closed.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health on Thursday reported 4,592 cases of the coronavirus, a single-day record for the county. CBS Los Angeles has the latest.
Congressman Andy Biggs of Arizona comments exclusively on the rise in reported cases of COVID-19 in his state, the lawmakers and policies that may have led to the most recent set of virus statistics, as well as the call for police reform across the United States. - with Newsmax TV's John Bachman

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The Mayor of Los Angeles is calling for Congress and President Donald Trump to quickly agree on a new coronavirus relief bill that induced expanded testing and unemployment benefits. (July 8)

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