California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a state of COVID emergency would end well in February 2023 California Governor Gavin

Newsom said Monday that the state would end the state of emergency in February 2023, nearly three years after it was first declared.

Better prepare the state health care system, giving local governments time to make necessary changes after the holidays.

Let us move fast and strategically to save lives, guided by science and data during a pandemic. The state of emergency

was an effective and necessary tool used to defend our state, we do not receive it well. Newsom said. 

Newsom said. With operational preparedness, we have fully prepared California to phase out this equipment.

The state of emergency will end on February 28, 2023, three years after it began on March 4, 2020. Newsom's office said in the news

release that California was allowed to have the lowest death rate among the larger states. California would have had

the same death rate as Texas, 27,000 more people would have died. California would have had Florida's rate, 

resulting in an additional 56,000 deaths, The SMART plan will guide California's strategy to best protect people from COVID-19,

 The government last week extended the COVID-19 public health emergency until 11 January 2023. The move

The move comes weeks after President Biden warned health officials about the end of the pandemic as a winter outbreak.