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The New York Times reported on Wednesday that more than 50 cray fish species have been detected in California since early February, most of them in the Bay Area.
The news comes after the Associated Press reported last week that the United States is in the middle of the worst outbreak of the cray-fish plague in decades.
More than 2,000 people in California have died from the disease, which has killed hundreds of thousands of animals.
It has spread to other states, including the Carolinas, where at least 20 people have died.
On Wednesday, Gov.
Jerry Brown (D) announced that he is ordering an expanded response to the pandemic.
The state is already grappling with the impact of the coronavirus on its economy, and has begun offering free flu vaccinations to people who need them.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.