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“Coronavirus-related hospitalizations in California’s Los Angeles County have increased by 32 percent in three weeks as the number of daily cases trends upward. The full state has reported a record seven-day average of cases for 19 straight days.” This is literally the second point made in the article. This is before Texas, Florida, and Arizona are even mentioned. If California didn’t “re-open early,” then why is this the second most significant point the article illustrates?
“Coronavirus-related hospitalizations in California’s Los Angeles County have increased by 32 percent in three weeks as the number of daily cases trends upward. The full state has reported a record seven-day average of cases for 19 straight days.” This is literally the second point made in the article. This is before Texas, Florida, and Arizona are even mentioned. If California didn’t “re-open early,” then why is this the second most significant point the article illustrates?
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