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Update for Thursday July 23, 2020

California now has 425,616 confirmed cases of COVID-19, resulting in 8,027 deaths

There were 12,040 new confirmed cases Wednesday. Numbers may not represent true day-over-day change as reporting of test results can be delayed. The total number of deaths is 8,027, an increase of 157 from Tuesday. 

California recorded its largest daily increase in COVID-19 cases on Tuesday and surpassed New York as the state with the highest number of cases.


As of Wednesday, the state’s total number of cases stood at more than 422,000, eclipsing the 413,000 cases recorded in New York, the early epicenter of the pandemic. California also counted a record 12,807 new cases of the virus on Tuesday, Governor Gavin Newsom said.


New York still surpasses California in deaths from the virus, however, with more than 32,200 deaths since the state’s outbreak began compared to California’s 8,000 deaths. California’s population of 40 million residents is about twice New York’s 19 million residents.

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