Indeed, at a news conference LA County Supervisor Kathryn Barger reiterated that "this is not a response rooted in panic".
With more than 100 confirmed cases in the United States, lawmakers in the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives and Republican-led U.S. Senate reached a deal after several days of intense negotiations, made more urgent by the rapid pace of the epidemic's spread. Three of the individuals had recently traveled to Northern Italy, while two were in contact with family members who were infected; the sixth new case reported was from an individual whose job put them in close contact with travelers.
Public health officials say among the new cases, one person is hospitalized while the other five are isolated at home.
There have now been seven confirmed cases in the county this year.
The county's second case of COVID-19 was confirmed on Tuesday by Kaiser Permanente, who is overseeing the care of the patient, now in self-isolation and being treated as an outpatient, a spokesperson said.
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The ex-veep, after all, "actually stands a chance against Sanders". "Pete was not going to play the role of spoiler". But he said he still believes that Bloomberg can win by playing the long game and gradually accumulating delegates.
If necessary, the university may provide opportunities for remote test-taking, Block added.
This declaration, signed by LA mayor Eric Garcetti, allows the city to ask for aid and to allocate the local resources in anticipation of a rapid response. Washington state has the second most cases with 27 patients and nine deaths. Six new cases were also reported in the city Tuesday.
Hilda Solis, the supervisor of the first district, said she thinks it is important to get accurate information because misinformation has cultivated fear and discrimination. "As we expected, it's cultivating fears and leading to racial profiling".