California COVID Cases Spiked After July 4th Gatherings Say Experts

According to experts California coronavirus cases spiked after the Fourth of July.

On that holiday weekend, all large events and firework shows were cancelled. Officials couldn't control families and friends gathering to celebrate. The 4th helped the virus continue to spread according to the public health experts. Contact tracing shows that with bars closed, the disease is being spread by gatherings at home or small get-togethers.

By late July, California had the most COVID-19 cases in the country, around half-a million or 10% of those reported in the United States. California's cases began to really spike in late June, which was a month after Memorial Day and following Newsom's choice to walk back emergency orders and allow businesses to open back up again.

What are your thoughts on this? For more info, click here.

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content