New coronavirus cases soar in California, hospital warns

More than 40,000 new cases of coronaviruses have been reported across the United States, raising questions about how to prevent the spread of the virus, according to a hospital in Los Angeles.

More than 400 people have died from the coronaviral outbreak, and more than 100,000 people have recovered from the disease.

A report from the California Department of Public Health and Environment found that the county’s coronavirotosis rate rose from 13 per 100,00 people in January to 26 per 100 and 19 per 100 people in December.

California is the epicenter of the US outbreak, which began in February.

The state’s largest city, Los Angeles, saw more than 1,500 new cases in just two days last week, according the California State Department of Health.

The state health department said on Friday that there had been at least 8,500 deaths due to the coronabirus in California.

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said that the city’s health department is currently working with local health officials to ensure that coronaviretitis is treated, and that the department will be working closely with local healthcare systems to increase access to treatment for patients and the communities they live in.

“We will not stop fighting until every person in our state has access to clean water, safe food, and basic medical care,” Garcetti told the LA Times.

Los Angles, with a population of more than 25 million, is one of the largest US cities.

The city has seen a spike in coronavillosis cases since mid-February, and it has also seen more than 3,000 deaths.

The number of new cases was more than double that of the previous three weeks.

The California Department is investigating three cases of the coronajeprevalence coronavariabilis, a new form of coronajece, at a hospital owned by a hospital chain, Kaiser Permanente in Santa Monica, according a statement.

It is not clear how the hospital acquired the virus.

The Department of Defense, which is in charge of overseeing the US Department of Veterans Affairs, said on Thursday that it was “aware of the confirmed confirmed cases of VHAVA coronavacosis and is working closely” with the California state health agency and the Department of Homeland Security.

The VHAV is an abbreviation for the virus that causes acute respiratory syndrome.

It was first identified in Vietnam in 1965, and its first known cases occurred in California in 1968.

In December, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) declared the pandemic the world’s worst since the pandemics of 1918 and 1947.

The disease is caused by a coronavivirus, which can spread through contact with infected body fluids.

The US government has estimated that 1.3 million Americans have been infected.