Leaders say the curve is no longer flat, and it threatens, once again, to stress the county's hospitals.
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Out of three options, they picked the middle one.
The coroner ruled the man's June 25 death an accident.
L.A.'s mayor said the city and county are on the cusp of losing control of the coronavirus, which hit a new sad milestone on Monday.