March 7, 2021
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LA County announces stricter stay-at-home order to come Monday as coronavirus case rate climbs – LA Daily News

Los Angeles County will ban most public and private gatherings next week as part of a stricter stay-at-home order, health officials announced Friday, Nov. 27, as the coronavirus case rate continued to climb.
The new order will go into effect Monday, Nov. 30.
Officials reported 24 more coronavirus-related deaths and 4,544 new cases in Los Angeles County on Friday. The five-day average of new cases is now 4,751.
There were also 1,893 LA County residents in hospitals with the coronavirus, 24% of whom…

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