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Community Meeting in Santa Ana Held to Curb Virus Spread

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Community Meeting in Santa Ana Held to Curb Virus Spread

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As Santa Ana continues to be Orange County’s hotspot for the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, local officials are urging its residents to help control the spread. Santa Ana held a virtual town hall meeting to address how city residents can protect themselves from the CCP virus, commonly called the novel coronavirus, in the wake of a rapid increase in cases. Santa Ana has recorded 33,525 cases of the virus since the pandemic began, handily outpacing any other Orange County city. Anaheim has had 30,631 cases. Conversely, Laguna Beach has identified 559 cases as of Jan. 8. During the Jan. 8 event, Dr. Sarah Lopez stressed the importance of taking precautions against the virus, quarantining if exposed to it, and accessing proper testing. She called the diagnostic PCR tests the “gold standard” to determine if you have the virus. She also said the antibody test tells you if you have …

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