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Chance of COVID death in the hospital doubles amid L.A. surge – Los Angeles Times

More than 4,000 of Los Angeles County’s 14,000-plus COVID-19 deaths have been reported since New Year’s Day.



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The chance that a person hospitalized for COVID-19 will die in Los Angeles County has doubled in recent months.
Thats according to an analysis released Wednesday by the countys Department of Health Services, which found that the chance someone will die from the disease while hospitalized increased from about 1 in 8 in September and October to roughly 1 in 4 since early November.
Those increased odds coincide with a devastating spike in L.A. Countys death toll. In early November, when the current…

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