The Bay Area now has the state’s highest COVID an infection charges, fueled by extremely contagious omicron subvariants.
San Francisco Health Officer Dr. Susan Philip says, “Wearing a mask in indoor, public settings is a smart move, as is staying up to date on vaccinations and, importantly, having a plan to reach a doctor if you get infected. People who are at high risk of severe illness, or who are in close contact with someone at high risk should be especially vigilant as we get through this current swell in cases.”
Hospitalizations are growing in San Francisco however stay comparatively low in comparison with earlier surges, in keeping with officers.
Approximately 84% of eligible residents within the metropolis are vaccinated.
This comes amid a swell in circumstances nationally because the United States reached the grim milestone of 1 million COVID deaths.
Although not required, masking is strongly really useful by the California Department of Public Health for many public indoor settings.
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