California’s feared surge of virus cases hasn’t happened

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Dr. Mark Ghaly, California’s top public health official, said hospitalizations have declined in part because the state is testing more people, allowing public health officials to trace positive cases and put people into “supportive isolation.”

Dr. Mark Ghaly, California’s top public health official, said hospitalizations have declined in part because the state is testing more people, allowing public health officials to trace positive cases and put people into “supportive isolation.”

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