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Twenty second. <Speech_Female> I'm mary regalado. <Speech_Female> And here's your local <Speech_Female> news from the los angeles <Silence> times <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> brought to you by <Silence> audible. second. <Speech_Female> I'm mary regalado. <Speech_Female> And here's your local <Speech_Female> news from the los angeles <Silence> times <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> brought to you by <Silence> audible. <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> Today will be <Speech_Female> cloudy and cooler <Speech_Female> with a possible shower <Speech_Female> later in the afternoon <Speech_Female> highs <Speech_Female> will also be around sixty <Speech_Female> two with low <Silence> tonight fifty <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> our top story. <Speech_Female> The odds that a person <Speech_Female> will die while <Speech_Female> hospitalized in <Speech_Female> l. a. county for covid <Speech_Female> nineteen <Speech_Female> has doubled in <Speech_Female> recent months. <Speech_Female> That's according to an <Speech_Female> analysis released <Speech_Female> wednesday by the county's <Silence> health department <Speech_Female> data shows <Speech_Female> that the chances that <Speech_Female> someone will die from <Speech_Female> the disease while hospitalized <Speech_Female> increased <Speech_Female> from about <Speech_Female> one in eight <Speech_Female> in september and october <Speech_Female> two roughly <Speech_Female> one in four <Speech_Female> since early november <Speech_Female> in <Speech_Female> all more than four <Speech_Female> thousand of la county's <Speech_Female> fourteen thousand <Speech_Female> plus cove in nineteen <Speech_Female> deaths have <Speech_Female> been reported since <Silence> new year's day <Speech_Female> the county <Speech_Female> also accounts <Speech_Female> for roughly forty one <Speech_Female> percent of california's. <Speech_Female> Thirty five thousand <Speech_Female> cumulative cove <Speech_Female> nineteen deaths <Speech_Female> despite being home <Speech_Female> to only a quarter <Speech_Female> of the state's population <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> in vaccine news <Speech_Female> schools can be <Speech_Female> used as covid nineteen <Speech_Female> vaccine centers <Speech_Female> under new state guidelines. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> But what california <Speech_Female> needs. More than new sites <Speech_Female> is more <Speech_Female> vaccine. Doses <Speech_Female> supply issues <Speech_Female> are becoming a critical <Speech_Female> problem <Speech_Female> and some counties <Speech_Female> say they are running out <Speech_Female> l. a. county <Speech_Female> public health director <Speech_Female> barbara farah <Speech_Female> also said the county <Speech_Female> often doesn't know <Speech_Female> how many doses it <Speech_Female> will get each week <Speech_Female> on <Speech_Female> average. It is receiving <Speech_Female> between one hundred <Speech_Female> ten thousand one <Speech_Female> hundred sixty thousand <Speech_Female> doses <Speech_Female> people sixty five <Speech_Female> and older endured <Speech_Female> long lines as <Speech_Female> well and state <Speech_Female> officials warn us <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> could delay getting <Speech_Female> all older californians <Speech_Female> vaccinated <Speech_Female> and <SpeakerChange> the possibility <Speech_Female> of moving onto <Silence> other groups <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> in <SpeakerChange> other news. <Speech_Female> California evictions <Speech_Female> may double <Speech_Female> over the next year <Speech_Female> as pandemic related <Speech_Female> financial woes <Speech_Female> it deepen for <Speech_Female> thousands of renters. <Speech_Female> According to estimates <Speech_Female> by state court <Speech_Female> officials landlords <Speech_Female> are expecting to <Speech_Female> file two hundred <Speech_Female> forty thousand <Speech_Female> new eviction cases <Speech_Female> state <Speech_Female> addiction protections <Speech_Female>

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