Dr. Jeff Guzenhauser

Chief Medical Officer and Director of Disease Control Bureau, LA County Department of Public Health

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LA announced more than 6,000 new COVID cases on Monday. That means the county has likely reached the benchmark to trigger another stay-at-home order.

Health care system could hit capacity next month during COVID surge, says LA DPH’s chief medical officer

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