Yesterday marked the deadliest day for coronavirus in California with at least 115 deaths, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced in his daily update on the status of Covid-19 in the state.
“This disease killed more people in the state of California in the last 24 hours than in any previous 24 hours,” Newsom said.
The governor noted some small glimmers of hope, with the numbers of hospitalized people and intensive care unit patients showing slight decreases.
“We are seeing some stabilization of that curve,” the governor said, but he cautioned that “we aren’t out of the woods yet.”
The total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in California has climbed to more than 37,000.