Roger J. Lewis

MD, PhD, Director of COVID-19 Demand Modeling, Los Angeles County Department of Health Services

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New modeling from LA Public Health estimates that approximately one in three people here have been infected with COVID-19 since March.

LA County now estimates 1 in 3 residents got COVID. What might that mean for immunity?

New modeling from LA Public Health estimates that approximately one in three people here have been infected with COVID-19 since March.

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