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Stadiums, Fairgrounds and Disneyland Are Part of California’s Fight to Stem Virus Surge

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Stadiums, Fairgrounds and Disneyland Are Part of California's Fight to Stem Virus Surge

California’s COVID-19 death toll reached 30,000 on Monday after the state’s deadliest weekend of the pandemic.

California ranks third nationally for COVID-19-related deaths, behind Texas and New York, which is No. 1 with nearly 40,000.

The fight against a post-holiday surge has several new fronts — large-scale vaccination sites, including Dodger Stadium and Disneyland.

California is transforming baseball stadiums, fairgrounds and even a Disneyland Resort parking lot into mass vaccination sites as the coronavirus surge overwhelms hospitals and sets a deadly new record in the state.

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California’s COVID-19 death toll reached 30,000 on Monday, according to data collected by Johns Hopkins University.

It took six months for the nation’s most populous state to reach 10,000 deaths but barely a month to jump from 20,000 to 30,000 deaths. California ranks third nationally for COVID-19-related deaths, behind Texas and New York, which is No. 1 with nearly 40,000. Public health officials have estimated about 12% of those who catch the virus will require hospital care, usually several weeks after infection as they get sicker.Gov. Gavin Newsom and public health officials are counting on widespread vaccinations to help stem the tide of new infections, starting with medical workers and the most vulnerable elderly, such as those in care homes.Newsom, a Democrat, acknowledged the rollout of vaccines has been too slow and he pledged 1 million shots will be administered this week, more than twice what’s been done so far.That effort will require what Newsom called an “all-hands-on-deck approach,” including having vaccinations dispensed by pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, dentists, paramedics and […]

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