Los Angeles Times: Californians are testing positive for COVID-19 at the lowest rate on record

Los Angeles Times: Californians are testing positive for COVID-19 at the lowest rate on record. “Over the last seven days, just 3.5% of COVID-19 tests in California came back positive, the lowest rate since the state began reporting the data in late March. A month ago, the positive test rate was nearly twice as high. The number of new confirmed cases has fallen to the lowest level since mid-June, according to a Times analysis of state data. Hospitalizations for COVID-19 have fallen to the lowest levels since the start of April, with 2,869 patients in hospital beds Saturday.”

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