LOS ANGELES – COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles County continue to rise.
The county has been averaging daily new cases between 2,000 and 2,500 over the past week. Numbers like these haven’t been seen since February.
During a meeting with the County Board of Supervisors, Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said over the past few weeks case rates have risen drastically among unvaccinated people. Cases also rose among vaccinated people, but at a smaller and slower rate.
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Source: Fox 5 NY, By Alexi Chidbachian