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Los Angeles County health officials are asking residents to get a COVID test before celebrating Mother's Day

Los Angeles County health officials are asking residents to get a COVID test before celebrating Mother’s Day

Los Angeles County health officials have warned residents to be careful on Mother’s Day COVID-19 High altitude again.

“As the virus is spreading at such a rapid pace, Public Health is asking all members of the congregation to celebrate and honor their mothers and grandmothers this weekend to keep each other safe by getting tested before meeting, staying outside as much as possible and wearing masks when indoors,” the department said. Los Angeles Public Health in a letter.

The news came amid a slight uptick in business in Los Angeles County. Statistics released Friday showed the county recorded more than 3,000 new cases, six deaths and more than 230 hospitalizations — a slight decrease from the previous week.

According to state data released Sunday, the number of hospitalizations related to the coronavirus decreased by 10 to 248, while the number of patients in intensive care, 33, remained unchanged from the previous day.

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Cases are still well below their peak in mid-January, when Los Angeles County received more than 40,000 new cases of COVID a week amid the winter wave of Omicron change.

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“As Los Angeles County continues through this other phase of the pandemic, the public health goal has not changed and we will work with partners to reduce severe illness and death from COVID-19,” Barbara Ferrer, director of public health, said in a statement. advertisement. †

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“It is simply not appropriate to tolerate the disproportionateness that leads to high rates of morbidity, mortality and long-term disability among some populations and workers when there are collective prevention strategies that can reduce the spread of serious diseases.”