COVID-19 May Have Spread in LA Weeks Before First Official US Case


A spike of patients with coughs and acute respiratory failure in December 2019 in Los Angeles suggests COVID-19 may have been circulating months before the first definitive U.S. cases were identified, a new study showed.

The surge in patients with those symptoms at UCLA Health hospitals and clinics continued through February — and had an unexpected 50% increase compared with the same time period in each of the previous five years, UCLA researchers reported.

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  1. High ranking covid rats from those nefarious tunnels in LA, as well as the elite criminals from Hollywood, LA, with heinous crimes against children, were from the first to be arrested in the US.


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