Covid-19 Tracker: Hospitalization – Mission Local
Covid-19 Tracker: Hospitalization – Mission Local

Covid-19 Tracker: Hospitalization – Mission Local

Good morning, Mission, and welcome to Virus Village, your (somewhat common) Covid-19 data dump.

As registered infection rates and positivity rates rise, hospital admissions remain remarkably flat. R-number models suggest the virus is on the rise in the city.

The San Francisco Department of Public Health continues to promote vaccination and has increased testing in some of the city’s hardest hit neighborhoods. SFDPH continues to withhold demographic and vaccine data on hospital admissions and provide no new updates on schools for 2022.

With reports of new variants and sub-variants, the virus seems to be changing rapidly. Here is a partial update.

The reports emphasize how little one actually understands about the virus including transmission.

One thing you know is that with better ventilation, indoor spaces can be made relatively safer. The technology exists and the costs are not prohibitive. This means that companies are investing in improved working conditions?

Is public health un-American? The jury is still out on that question, however a judge has spoken.

Now that mask mandates for public transport are declining, several expert celebrities are engaging in the dubious practice of individual risk calculation. What you need to know to make that calculation in terms of masking on flights? A lot.


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