LOS ANGELES — Another 3,125 COVID-19 infections were reported in Los Angeles County, on Tuesday, while virus-related hospitalizations rose again as a long-feared winter surge in cases continued to materialize.

The new infections lifted the county’s overall total from throughout the pandemic to 3,565,418. The number, however, is believed to be an undercount of actual COVID activity in the county, since many residents use at-home tests without reporting the results and many others don’t test at all.

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I know recent data (and Birx's book) seem to indicate the CDC is a POS. Seems the CDC just pulls numbers out of its behind. Data is showing those who got the CoVid vaccine now have a lowered immune system....Are you willing to bet your life on a "Untested" vaccine...10 years = a semi adequate time frame, and would qualify as "Tested" Big Pharma has nothing to lose...you cannot sue the weasels if the CoVid Vax kills you (they are exempt from lawsuits)....Thanks Joe Biden (Pedo Pete). The sky is Falling...take the Jab...Sheeple ;) ...and then Mask Up and Kneel.

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