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By Don Thompson
The Associated Press 

California reveals data used to lift stay-at-home order

 

Last updated 2/4/2021 at 1:20pm

Eric and Tess from Pasadena

AP photo/Damian Dovarganes photo

Eric and Tess from Pasadena enter the Skylight Book store, decorated with a poster of American poet Amanda Gorman, in Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles Monday, Jan. 25. California has lifted regional stay-at-home orders statewide in response to improving coronavirus conditions.

California's health department Monday, Jan. 25, released to the public previously secret projections for future hospital intensive care unit capacity throughout the state, the key metric for lifting the coronavirus stay-at-home order.

However, state officials did not explain how regional per capita virus cases and transmission rates that also were released might influence how much ICU space will be available in four weeks.

The week before, state health officials told The Associated Press they were keeping all the data secret because it was complicated and might mislead the public. The relea...



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