LA COVID-19 Super Spreader Task Force Raids 5 New Years Eve Parties and Make 90 Arrests [Video]

hqdefault Los Angeles County reported another 20,414 new cases of COVID-19 and 207 additional deaths Friday, although 40 of the deaths were from a backlog associated with a Spectrum outage and holiday reporting delays. Despite Gavin Newsom's lockdowns California is struggling.
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Los Angeles County reported another 20,414 new cases of COVID-19 and 207 additional deaths Friday, although 40 of the deaths were from a backlog associated with a Spectrum outage and holiday reporting delays. Despite Gavin Newsom’s lockdowns California is struggling.

The number of COVID patients in county hospitals rose to 7,613, the highest number seen during the pandemic, with 21% of those people in intensive care units.

Conditions continue to worsen at hospitals in the county with the strictest lockdowns in America, with ambulances waiting up to eight hours to off-load patients according to media reports. All of this despite the strictest lockdown restrictions in America.

According to ABC 7

hundreds packed a parking lot to ring in the new year. Few who attended the outdoor concert, hosted by Christian activist Sean Feucht, at Higher Vision Church wore masks or physically distanced.

Car enthusiasts gathered in Pasadena for their annual New Year’s Eve Rose Parade cruise, even though the world-famous show had been canceled.

A special task force of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department conducted raids on five New Year’s Eve “super-spreader” parties across the county, making over 90 arrests and taking seven handguns off the streets, officials said Friday.

The raids included one in Hawthorne, two in Los Angeles, one in Malibu and one in Pomona, LASD Sgt. Bob Boese said. The locations raided included rented homes, vacant warehouses, hotels and shuttered businesses.

Overall, 90 adults were arrested and cited for violations of the county’s Safer At Home order to stem the surge in COVID-19 cases, Boese continued. One person was arrested for alleged possession of narcotics and a loaded firearm. Over 900 people were warned and advised of the updated safer-at-home order. Deputies recovered five handguns from the event in Hawthorne, officials said.

“I have made it clear that we will seek out and take law enforcement action against all super spreader events occurring anywhere within Los Angeles County,” Sheriff Alex Villanueva said. “The goal of these enforcement actions is to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and the risk to our vulnerable populations.”

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