Dr. Muntu Davis

LA County Chief Health Officer

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In LA, new coronavirus cases, hospitalizations, and deaths are all down significantly compared to the peak of the outbreak in July.

‘Optimistic with some caution’: LA’s chief health officer on COVID-19 and possible reopenings

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