Coronavirus tracker: California reported 5,889 new cases, 1,114 new deaths and 244 fewer hospitalizations as of Feb. 24

The end-of-day overalls from California public health and wellness sites for Wednesday, Feb. 24, signed up 5,889 brand-new cases of the coronavirus, bringing the overall number of cases there have actually been in the state to 3,525,178.

The 14-day overall of new instances, 6,772, is down 84% from the Jan. 1 high of 42,268.

There were 1,114 brand-new deaths reported Wednesday, for a total amount of 50,990 people in California who have passed away from the virus.

Hospitalizations remain to decrease, averaging a 1% decline daily. There were 6,520 hospitalizations of people with coronavirus-related infections reported on Wednesday. That’s a 71.5% decrease since the Jan. 1 high of 22,853 individuals who required hospital treatment.

Resources: Centers for Illness Control and Prevention, Johns Hopkins University, the World Health Company, the California Division of Public Health And Wellness, The Associated Press, reporting areas and also information resources

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