More than 10,000 cutie marks have been removed from the state of California after its new cutiemark system was implemented.

The state is now one of several that have adopted the system.

It began in March with eight counties in Southern California, including Los Angeles and San Bernardino, and it is expected to spread to other states.

In addition to cuttingie marks, the state has begun using the new system to detect more serious forms of acne and other skin problems.

The new system, known as the CutieMark System, will be used by coronavirus experts and health officials to monitor and treat those with chronic skin conditions.

It was created by the California Department of Public Health and the California Office of Emergency Services, which provides medical and emergency services.

The California Department has not publicly said when or where it will start using the Cutiemark System.