With the recent passing of the summer tourist season, there is a chance that many of you may be thinking about returning to the sea.
And if you are, it might be the last time you see it.
According to NOAA, there have been 9,735 recorded cases of the coronavirus in California, and an additional 3,000 confirmed cases since last October.
The number of confirmed cases in California rose to 18,862 on Wednesday, and the number of deaths has jumped to more than 11,000.
On Wednesday, the state’s Health Department said more than 7,000 people have died from the virus, and that more than 6,500 of those have died in the last few days.
A state of emergency was declared in California for six days in October.
The state is trying to contain the outbreak, but it may not be able to do so with enough money.
With an outbreak this big, California is a national model.
Its health department reported that the cost of treating the outbreak in California is expected to reach $100 billion by the end of the year.
“We are working with partners to try and help mitigate the cost burden of this pandemic and its impacts, and we expect to see that continue to be a key consideration for the state in the coming weeks,” the Health Department wrote in a release.