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    Gov. Gavin Newsom shares ‘early good signs’ in California COVID-19 trends

    By Alix Martichoux

    SAN FRANCISCO — Gov. Gavin Newsom shared “early good signs” that things may be getting better in California amid the coronavirus pandemic.

    The seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases is at 7,764, the governor said, which is down 21% from a week ago. Coronavirus-related hospitalizations are down 10% and ICU hospitalizations are down 5% over the past two weeks, Newsom added.

    “Encouraging signs, but one week does not make the kind of trend that gives us confidence to generate headlines,” the governor said.

    When asked what may be contributing to the apparent decline in transmission, whether it was more mask wearing or fewer gatherings, Newsom answered “all of the above.” He added the mandatory sectoral closings – including bars and indoor restaurants statewide – have also had an impact.

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    William Hicks
    William Hicks
    3 years ago

    None of what h has to say means shit. As long as there will be unlimited testing there will be more detection. It’s the number of those hospitals, ICU’s, or dead that really matters.

    IF this virus is as widespread as we’re told then like any other virus it will run its course. Instead of the lockdown of ALL Able Bodied people, only those at risk should have ever been locked down; AND that’s only if it is more deadly than anything we’ve ever experienced in human history short of the bubonic plague.

    3 years ago
    Reply to  William Hicks

    You are spot on Mr. Hicks. The problem is politics, not the virus. Yeah, we shut down early on because we did not know what the heck we were dealing with, and were concerned about overwhelming the healthcare system.
    Now we know what this virus is and how to treat it.
    Most politicians, however, see this through a political lens during an election year. Some see a crisis (or want to create a crisis) that needs to be exploited for political (and in some cases personal) gain.
    So, when you state that whatever Governor Newsollini says doesn’t shit you are spot on!

    3 years ago
    Reply to  Frederick

    Know what the virus is and how to treat it?

    Keep watching OANN. I cannot say Fox News because even they are not that uninformed.

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