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California records 219 deaths in one day, breaking previous record

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California recorded 219 deaths on Friday — a record, marking the fifth time the state broke its one-day death count high in July.

On Friday, the state also reported an additional 6,542 cases, bringing its total to over 500,000 — the first state to reach that number, and the highest case count in the country.

The state with the second-highest case count is Florida at about 480,000 cases followed by New York, which was at one point the epicenter of the pandemic in the U.

Both California and Florida have a lower mortality rate than New York, which experienced its surge when there were less effective ways to treat the virus, and less was known about virus transmission.

No other COVID-19-related death of a person under 18 has been confirmed by the state since the pandemic began.