What’s going on with the spread of Covid-69 in California?
Posted October 07, 2019 09:31:06 As of this writing, Covid’s spread into California has reached a maximum of 20,000 cases in the state.
The state has so far reported just 4,839 new cases, compared to the record high of 40,918 reported in the first 10 days of October.
California is the most populous state in the nation, with nearly 9 million residents.
At the same time, more than 10 million people are living with Covid, and more than 3 million of those are in California.
The spread of the virus to California was first discovered in September, and California has seen an exponential growth in cases since then.
In November, the state reported its highest monthly number of cases in a decade, at 2,836.
At least two states have reported similar increases in the past few days.
One, Vermont, saw a surge in cases in early December, as the virus spread to New England states.
The other, South Carolina, has reported its most recent statewide case.
Both of these states have experienced significant jumps in the number of people reporting the virus, which has been blamed for the coronavirus outbreak.
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases says it is expecting more than 20,700 new cases across the U.S. on Thursday.
In New York City, a woman has tested positive for the virus in New York, and the state has already announced that it will allow all of its residents to enter the city on Wednesday.
The number of confirmed cases in New Jersey and New York state has risen to at least 3,500, the highest in the U and the second-highest in the world.
The coronavillosis is spread by direct contact with infected body fluids.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has identified over 7,000 people with symptoms of the coronamid virus.
According to CNN, more people have been diagnosed with the disease in New England, and it is currently spreading rapidly in Connecticut, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine.
It is also reported that in California, the number is now at 8,000.
California has experienced the most cases of the epidemic, with over 10,000 reported in January.
The virus is spreading from New York to Massachusetts, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New York and Virginia.
It has also spread to parts of Washington, Florida, Tennessee, Alabama, Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas.
In the past month, New England and New Jersey have reported the highest number of new cases in their states, with Rhode Island reporting the highest, at 4,300.