Over a 14-day period, the coronavirus positivity rate in Californa has increased from 4.9% to 6.8%, Gov. Gavin Newsom said in a news conference on Monday.
Hospitalizations in California have also increased, Newsom added.
The state reported 5,699 new cases on July 5 and a 7-day average of 7,876 cases.
This includes the data that was suspended in Los Angeles County during the holiday weekend, Newsom said.
Here's a look at how new Covid-19 cases have progressed in the state over time, according to Johns Hopkins University data: