Los Angeles became the first city in the world USA which provides all residents with a free test for him Coronavirus COVID-19, regardless of whether or not someone has symptoms of the virus, state Mayor Eric Garcetti told a news conference on Wednesday (April 29th). However, he clarified that those who show symptoms of the virus as well as those who work in facilities health care in the midst of this global threat. But he emphasizes that everyone will be able to take a free test. Garcetti also noted that Los Angeles has the ability to conduct about 9% of all tests for COVID-19 in the United States, adding that the tests are among the best. tools at their disposal to stop the spread of the virus. In other parts of the state, efforts are being made to understand the spread of the virus by examining those with obvious symptoms. Bolinas, California was the first city to provide testing to its residents. The effort, which began in early April, is part of one research held by the Community of Marin County of Bolinas and the University of California, San Francisco. In general, California has implemented quickly meters that prevented the virus from spreading further.
The University of California, San Francisco, has begun its own effort to offer diagnostic tests and antibody tests for COVID-19 to 5.700 residents living in a specific part of the Mission area, San Francisco's densest neighborhood. This initiative is being implemented through a partnership with Chan Zuckerberg Biohub, with the aim of collecting data on the impact of COVID-19 in the region. Across the country, states say COVID-19 tests are on the rise, but there is still little availability. As the US begins to "come alive" again after lockdown, experts say tests should be accelerated, combined with detection contacts and other efforts to immediately identify those who may be ill and can therefore transmit the virus to others. To date, about 46.500 have been registered in the most populous state in the United States outbreaks Koronoi and almost 1.887 deaths. Los Angeles was one of the areas with the highest incidence of infection at the beginning of the health crisis.