Soumya Karlamangla

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Coronavirus hospitalizations in California are expected to peak today. Deaths are expected to peak on Wednesday, according to a widely used model by the University of Washington.

California flattens the curve more than other states. What does it mean for reopening the economy?

Coronavirus hospitalizations in California are expected to peak today. Deaths are expected to peak on Wednesday, according to a widely used model by the University of Washington.

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The U.S. is expected to face “the hardest and the saddest week” of the COVID-19 pandemic to date, Surgeon General Jerome Adams said on Sunday.

Unusually high number of COVID-19 deaths in LA on Saturday. What’s next?

The U.S. is expected to face “the hardest and the saddest week” of the COVID-19 pandemic to date, Surgeon General Jerome Adams said on Sunday.

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California has a surplus of abortion doctors. So some are commuting to states where it’s difficult to find an abortion provider, like Texas, Arizona, and Florida.

California doctors are traveling to other states to perform abortions

California has a surplus of abortion doctors. So some are commuting to states where it’s difficult to find an abortion provider, like Texas, Arizona, and Florida.

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