L.A. County health officials worried as “tripledemic” surges this holiday season



Health officials remain concerned as millions of people prepare to travel for the holiday season and gather with loved ones while the “tripledemic” of COVID-19, influenza and RSV infections spike across Southern California. As infections continue surging, available hospital beds across Los Angeles County have hit an all-time low, according to hospital workers. KTLA’s Mary Beth McDade reports on Dec. 15, 2022. Get Los Angeles breaking news, entertainment, weather, traffic and sports from L.A.’s Very Own, KTLA 5 News. Keeping Southern Californians informed since 1947. Online: https://ktla.com/

16 thoughts on “L.A. County health officials worried as “tripledemic” surges this holiday season”

  1. yeah, okay.

    news stirs up some fear, and the hospitals are suddenly flooded on top of the influx of seasonable illnesses that are actually legit. this seems akin to what’s going on in china right now where an area’s covid restrictions are eased up, but people brainwashed and kept locked up in their own homes off and on for the last three years are freaking out and simply overwhelming the hospitals which is basically the whole of their health care system. it’s not like here where there’s a clinic or some kind of healthcare facility in every other strip mall, grocery store, and street corner.

    there’s going to be ebbs and flows to this stuff. don’t give up your rights because of it.

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