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This is very bad, L.A. We are in trouble. “The dreaded post-Christmas spike in coronavirus cases appears to be materializing in Los Angeles County, with a new rise in cases as hospitals are already in crisis from the Thanksgiving surge.”

Critically-ill COVID-19 patients are spilling into hallways in California hospitals as the state’s ICU’s are completely full. In Los Angeles County, hospitals took in less than 150 COVID-19 patients a day in October. By Thanksgiving, it was 300 a day. Now, nearly 700 a day.

Epidemiologists in communities in and near Los Angeles are linking current surges to families who held small gatherings during Thanksgiving. Covid-19 hospitalizations there spiked 156% in the three weeks after the holiday. In the prior three weeks, they increased by 108%.

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The Greater Los Angeles area reported another record day of coronavirus cases Friday, with infections surpassing 500,000 in what health officials say is a “Thanksgiving surge”

California has again demolished a daily record for newly confirmed coronavirus cases. “I would say this is the start of the Thanksgiving bump,” Los Angeles County PublicHealth Director Barbara Ferrer said.

More than 50 million people traveled for Thanksgiving despite CDC guidelines. As a result, elected officials such as Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti are incorporating more lockdowns. @Logan_Ratick  shares details.

SURGING VIRUS CRACKDOWNS: With fears Thanksgiving travel may accelerate the COVID-19 surge, the governor of New York is suggesting a potential pause for America’s first epicenter while Los Angeles County issued a stay-at-home order. @mattgutmanABC  reports.

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How likely is it you’ll encounter at least one person who is infected with the coronavirus if you go to a bar in Denver? What about a 100-person wedding in Baltimore? Or a Thanksgiving dinner with 25 guests in Los Angeles? Now, you can find out:

Aerial footage shows bumper-to-bumper traffic in Los Angeles as Americans get a head start on Thanksgiving travel.

Aerial footage shows traffic gridlock in Los Angeles as the Thanksgiving travel rush begins

Overhead look at people trying to escape Los Angeles for Thanksgiving. Just a guess: Already looks too late

HOLIDAY TRADITION: Bumper-to-bumper traffic in Los Angeles on Tuesday night as Americans get a head start on Thanksgiving travel.

Traffic is already bumper to bumper across Los Angeles ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, seen here downtown on the 110 Freeway

Aerial footage shows traffic gridlock in Los Angeles as the Thanksgiving travel rush begins

Aerial footage shows traffic gridlock in Los Angeles as the Thanksgiving travel rush begins

Aerial footage shows traffic gridlock in Los Angeles as the Thanksgiving travel rush begins

Aerial footage shows traffic gridlock in Los Angeles as the Thanksgiving travel rush begins

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