Texas and California, two of the states hardest hit by COVID-19 since Thanksgiving, have reached new milestones indicating that the spread of infections is slowing.The number of new daily coronavirus cases in California fell to just over 10,000 yesterday, down from 50,000 a month ago, according to KQED.
Gov. Gavin Newsom also reported a 25% decline in COVID-19 patients in intensive care units."Everything that should be up is up, and everything that should be down is down," Newsom said during remarks given yesterday at San Diego Petco Park, which will be the state's first mass vaccine "super station."In Texas, for the first time since Dec 20, fewer than 10,000 people are hospitalized with COVID-19, the Texas Tribune reports.Read more on cidrap.umn.edu