California sets new COVID-19 death record as hospitalization increases

California set a new COVID-19 death record on Wednesday, with more than 400 new casualties. “We are on the verge of truly devastating moments.” Chief Medical Officer of KPC Health Global Medical Centers Dr. Doctors like Tirso del Jonco, Jr. are also being admitted to the hospital.

Del Jonco said Southern California hospitals now face the potential for rationing care.

“When you have multiple patients who are going into cardiac arrest or code blues, not everyone can answer it. So they have to make a choice. Who will I answer to? I don’t answer to whom?” He said.

He added that many Kovid patients are now in their 20s and 30s.

California received worse news on Wednesday when He joined Colorado In A case report A newer, more contagious strain of coronavirus. The new variant was first reported in the United Kingdom and has since been introduced in a number of countries.

“We were informed that this new variable, which we clearly know from the United Kingdom, has been identified in the state of California,” Governor Gavin Newsme said during a virtual conversation with Anthony Fauci on Wednesday. The country’s top infectious disease specialist.

“I’m not surprised you have a case in California and probably. There are more cases and we’ll be looking at reports from other states.” One case has been confirmed Colorado, And others are suspicious.

Dr. Rachel Hurley, a state epidemiologist at the Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment, said the two cases involved Colorado National Guard employees, both of whom were deployed to support staff at the Good Samaritan Society Nursing Home.

Hurleyhi said there is a constant spread of coronavirus in nursing homes.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday there is no evidence that the new strain is lethal or that the vaccine is resistant. The agency said current guidelines, such as wearing masks and social distance, should be followed.

Scientists in England believe that this type spreads more rapidly and may have mutations that can infect children.

Correction: This article has been updated to show that the second case of the variant has not been confirmed in Colorado.