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1 person dies every 6 minutes: How L.A. became the nation’s largest coronavirus hot spot – NBC News

1 death every 6 minutes: How L.A. became nation’s largest Covid hot spot

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LOS ANGELES In Los Angeles County, 10 people on average test positive for the coronavirus every minute. Every six minutes, someone dies from Covid-19, according to county public health data.
The startling figures come as Californias most populous county rapidly approaches 1 million confirmed coronavirus cases since the pandemic started last year.
According to the county public health officials, more than 958,400 people in L.A. have been infected with the virus and nearly 13,000 people have died…

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