ICU availability dips to 1.7% in LA County

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California and Los Angeles County continue to report record-high coronavirus case rates. Today, L.A. County announced 131 deaths — the highest number ever reported — and 21,411 new cases, about 7,000 of which were part of a backlog. Intensive care capacity is 1.7%. — CBS Los AngelesKTLA

As L.A. hospitals receive their vaccine shipments today and tomorrow, medical staff prepare to administer shots to as many as 500 people a day. — ABC Los Angeles

In Orange County, at least three hospitals have requested that a mobile field hospital be set up to assist with the COVID-19 surge. — NBC Los Angeles

A recent study published by USC reveals how low-income residents in L.A. have been impacted by food insecurity since the start of the pandemic. — USC Dornsife

Full coverage: A person stops for a photo while wearing a face covering, sunglasses and a hat. Photo by Afonso Salcedo.

This article first appeared on Los Angeleno and is shared with their permission in partnership with the Los Angeles Wave. You can subscribe for news and features from Los Angeleno here.

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