20% Of New Los Angeles COVID Cases Are In Vaccinated People As Delta Variant Spikes | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

20% Of New Los Angeles COVID Cases Are In Vaccinated People As Delta Variant Spikes

Los Angeles County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer announced on Thursday that 20 percent of new COVID-19 cases identified in Los Angeles County were in vaccinated individuals.

"The Delta variant is a game-changer," Ferrer said. With the Delta variant driving community spread and positive case numbers up in LA County, the percentage of breakthrough cases in fully-vaccinated people has gone up as well. The daily average case rate was 7.1 per 100,000 people on July 15 and shot up to 12.9 on Thursday.

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