California little one dies of coronavirus: well being official

A baby in California with “severe underlying medical conditions” has died after contracting the novel coronavirus, a well being official within the state stated this week. 

Dr. Julie Vaishampayan, the Stanislaus County well being officer, introduced the fatality when giving an replace on the coronavirus epidemic to the county Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, the Modesto Bee, a neighborhood outlet, reported. 

Vaishampayan didn’t reveal the kid’s gender or age, saying solely that she or he suffered from “severe underlying medical conditions” that will have contributed to their loss of life. 

No different particulars on the loss of life will probably be supplied for privateness causes, Kamlesh Kaur, a spokesperson for the Stanislaus County well being providers, advised the Modesto Bee. 

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The loss of life marks the primary COVID-19 pediatric fatality within the county, per the outlet. 

As of Jan. 6, COVID-19 has claimed the lives of six individuals 17 years of age or youthful within the state, in response to the California Department of Public Health’s COVID-19 dashboard

The information comes because the Golden State continues to grapple to comprise the virus, with California surpassing 2 million total cases of COVID-19 simply earlier than Christmas. The state rounded out the primary weekend of the brand new yr with 45,000 new virus circumstances reported on Sunday alone. 

Hospitals in California proceed to be overwhelmed, with greater than 22,000 individuals hospitalized as of Wednesday.

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Health specialists have expressed issues over the affect a post-holiday surge might have on circumstances and hospitalizations, as California remains to be reeling from such results linked to Thanksgiving gatherings. 

South of Stanislaus County, in Los Angeles County, an individual is dying each eight minutes from COVID-19, officials warned on Thursday because the area once more confronted a double-digit rise in new day by day circumstances.

Fox News‘ Alexandria Hein contributed to this report. 

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