California hospitalizations surge with new COVID-19 cases

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The governor's Thursday news conference marked the third time this week that he has urged people to take more precautions as he disclosed troubling new highs. "And that is increasing the spread of this virus".

After growing earlier this week, the rate of positive cases remained steady at 5.1% over two weeks compared to Wednesday, he said.

Is that significant increase in testing the explanation for the virus's seeming resurgence? "We have to recognize you can't be in a permanent state where people are locked away for months and months and months and months on end", he said, adding the state must consider the health impacts of seeing "lives and livelihoods completely destroyed".

Newsom, a Democrat, said he was concerned that the new cases were detected in people who were "younger and younger".

"There is a sense that a great deal of young people today, perfectly you might be younger so you feel a small little bit a lot more invincible but, respectfully, frequently that can be a egocentric way of thinking", Newsom reported.

"I don't think it's anything that the state of California is doing wrong or not - it's what the response of the people are to what the opening process is", Fauci said.

Some officials across the country have signaled parties, bars and other gatherings as this spread occurs. The governor added, "we don't intend to do that, we don't want to do that, but I want to make this clear - we are prepared to do that if we must".

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CNN has reached out to the county's health department for more details.

While Ferrer said it would be hard to say definitively that the protests had played a role, she called it "highly likely, given the increased numbers that we're seeing".

"We monitor our data continuously to inform our guidance and reopen the action".

"We'll get through this, there will be a vaccine", stated the governor. About 42% of inmates at the facility are medically vulnerable, Newsom said.

The governor claimed the condition not too long ago submitted a strategy to the courts to have a range of inmates who are approaching their launch day to be permit out of prison early, to assist deliver down facility populations.

About twenty prisoners have died throughout the state's prison system and there are more than 1,800 who are now positive, according to data from the California Department of Corrections.

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