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California hurtles toward 3 million coronavirus cases

LOS ANGELES — California is on the precipice of passing 3 million total coronavirus cases — a mind-boggling milestone that will arrive amid both promising signs that the pandemic has plateaued following a monthslong surge, as well as fresh concerns that recently confirmed variants could add more fuel to the viral wildfire.

The 3 million mark, which California is all but certain to reach Tuesday, demonstrates just how widely the coronavirus has spread throughout the nation’s most-populous state.

Clearing that threshold will mean roughly 1 out of every 13 Californians has been infected at some point during the pandemic.

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