According to data from Johns Hopkins University, California became the second state after Texas to have more confirmed coronavirus cases than Texas on Thursday.
Data shows that since the beginning of the pandemic, Golden State has recorded at least 1,000,631 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 18,126 deaths.
The pathological milestone occurred in California’s most populous state, California, the most populous state in the state, nearly 10 months after the first coronavirus case was confirmed.
Governor Gavin Newsom (Gavin Newsom) issued the first statewide home order in the United States on March 19 to close businesses and schools to stop the spread of the virus and prevent congestion in hospitals.
After the number of confirmed cases dropped in the summer, California began to experience a surge in infections this fall, just like the rest of the United States.
Due to the surge in cases, the authorities withdrew at least 1
According to the Los Angeles Times, in Los Angeles County, health officials warned that “other actions” may be needed to control the spread of COVID-19.
“We all need to take immediate action,” said Barbara Ferrer, director of public health.
“If in general, if we cannot prevent the accelerated development of new cases, we have no choice but to consider other actions.”