6 December 2018 20:22:20The shooting spree that left 12 dead and 58 wounded in the California town of Oceanside on December 2 has been the most deadly in the US since the Columbine High School massacre in 1999.
The latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that the number of shootings has nearly tripled since the start of the outbreak in December.
The number of cases has almost doubled, from 12 to 42.
Meanwhile, the number, number and total number of confirmed cases are still not available.
In California, the total number, the estimated number and number and the number and all the cases are listed at 5,966.
But, it is unclear how many of the cases in California are connected to the shootings in Oceansides.
According to CNN, the California State University of Northridge and UC San Francisco have confirmed 5,086 cases, including 1,723 in the county.
Of these, the university reports 2,936 cases of confirmed pneumonia.
There are also 864 people with confirmed non-life threatening pneumonia in California.
Of the 613 confirmed cases, the school says 1,937 are connected with the shootings.
The school said on Twitter that more than 5,000 people have received vaccinations and more than 500 of them have been placed in isolation.
However, a spokesperson for the University of California, Davis, told CNN that they are still waiting on results from the vaccines.
There have been a total of 1,639 confirmed infections, which includes 1,263 of those with pneumonia, the spokesperson said.
The spokesperson added that the hospital in Ophir where the first patient was diagnosed is also receiving a number of infections.
Jerry Brown announced that all of the state’s hospitals would be closed by the end of the week, according to local news station KCRA.
He said he had no immediate details about how the state will cope with the influx of patients.
“Our hospitals are closed.
We are not going to have a single patient come in,” Brown said.
“We are doing everything we can to keep our hospitals open and our people safe.”