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. . Power outages, which could ultimately affect more than 1 million people in Southern California, began Wednesday morning as high winds increased the risk of live cables causing wildfires.
. . Bella Hadid has been scouting her neighborhood amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and the 24-year-old was looking for plants in SoHo on Wednesday.
. . SACRAMENTO, California. (AP) - California scored more than 20 as of Wednesday. 000 new coronavirus cases reported, shaking the state's previous one-day record as governor. Gavin Newsom, who was quarantined after his family at home was revealed, is considering a new stay home order. After an early summer spike that resulted in a new round of restrictions, California cases plunged in August and September. The state eased restrictions so more businesses could operate, indoor religious services could resume, and many schools reopened to teaching. However, in the past few weeks, new cases have exploded, leaving the state averaging 15. Has 000 new cases per day and the infection rate has more than doubled. A record of 8. 500 people are in the hospital, including more than 2. 000 in intensive care and the state has fewer than 2. 000 available intensive care beds. Newsom's own employees were hit. A member of the governor's office tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday afternoon. The employee had no contact with the quarantined governor, but is said to have come into contact with other employees who will begin the quarantine, the office said. In total, California reported more than 1. 2 million COVID-19 cases and more than 19. 300 deaths. The state reported on Wednesday 20. 759 new cases, surpassing the previous high of 18. 350, which was set just last week. In Los Angeles, county health director Barbara Ferrer said, "We're seeing a terrifying surge in numbers. "The largest district in the country with around 10 million inhabitants recorded more than 7 on Tuesday. 500 has the highest daily total number of cases, falling to just under 6 on Wednesday. 000, still one of the highest to date. The count of cases rose 225% in three weeks in November, which was reflected. . .