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Los Angeles becomes first US county to hit 1 million COVID-19 cases – New York Post

More than 14,669 new cases were reported on Saturday, bringing its total count to 1,003,923, the Los Angeles County’s Department of Public Health said.

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Los Angeles has become the first county in the nation to record more than 1 million coronavirus cases, health officials said.
More than 14,669 new cases were reported on Saturday, bringing its total count to 1,003,923, the Los Angeles County’s Department of Public Health said.
The grim milestone comes as there are 7,597 people currently hospitalized with the virus and have been at least 13,741 deaths.
Our community is bearing the brunt of the winter surge, experiencing huge numbers of cases, hospitalizations…

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