California recorded 214 coronavirus-related deaths on Friday, a record-setting daily total that capped a month of rising fatalities amid a surge of recent COVID-19 circumstances.
It marked the fifth time in July that California broke its single-day file for deaths, and the third time this week. The earlier file of 176 was simply set on Wednesday.
The common variety of each day COVID-19 deaths in California for the seven days that ended Friday was 127. Last week, the quantity was 104.
Officials introduced Friday that a young person within the Central Valley had died of causes associated to COVID-19, changing into the primary juvenile loss of life from the illness in California.
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