close Video National Guard deployed in California, Washington, New York amid coronavirus pandemic How can the military assist in the coronavirus response? Retired Army Gen. Anthony Tata weighs in. Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. California’s secretary of Health and Human Services Tuesday said the state’s coronavirus cases are increasing at a rate on par with New York, which has the most cases in the U.S. New York currently has 10 times as many cases as California, but Secretary Mark Ghaly said California could see a surge in hospitals in one to two weeks, according to the Los Angeles Times. “We originally thought that it would be doubling every six to seven days; we see cases doubling every three to four days,” similar to New York’s infection rate, Ghaly said during a news conference. Los Angeles to shut off water, power of nonessential businesses that refuse to close amid coronavirus New York had more than 33,000 cases and 366 deaths. Hospitals are overwhelmed by patients and health care workers are facing shortages of face masks and personal protective gear. “We are now, in New York City, the epicenter of this crisis in the… Read full this story
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