California’s number of confirmed coronavirus cases keeps growing, and officials say it is understated due to the lack of tests for the virus. Testing has picked up, but health officials say they still don’t have anything close to a firm estimate of how many people are infected.
California entered the weekend with coronavirus deaths rising, orders for most residents to stay at home to slow the spread and already desperate hospitals bracing for more patients that officials fear will overwhelm the state’s healthcare system.
California’s landscape of everyday life is changing under the state’s stay-home order. These drone photos prove it.
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