RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Riverside County health officials Thursday reported three COVID-19 deaths and 237 newly confirmed infections, marking the lowest one-day case increase in a week and a half and following by two days the largest one-day uptick since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Total known infections stand at 15,142, with the death toll at 435, according to the Riverside University Health System. The RUHS data showed 311 patients hospitalized with COVID-19 in county hospitals, three fewer than Wednesday, but the number being treated in intensive care units was up by three to 95. The 237 cases reported Thursday represent the lowest daily increase since June 15, when 177 cases were reported. On Tuesday, officials reported 631 new cases, the largest one-day increase since the pand
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