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Los Angeles coronavirus cases could match New York in days

Reuters Friday, 27 March 2020
Coronavirus cases in Los Angeles are spiking, putting the region on track to have as many cases as hard-hit New York in five days, Mayor Eric Garcetti said on Friday, speaking from a naval hospital ship in the Port of Los Angeles.
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