Question: Is it smart for San Jose to allow outdoor dining, even though its county has the highest deaths in our Bay Area?
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California public health officials are watching a surge in new cases, especially in 11 counties. One of them is Santa Clara county.
Santa Clara County is experiencing increasing hospitalization. Santa Clara county recorded 146 new coronavirus cases yesterday Wednesday, bringing its total to 3032.
Santa Clara County: The location for the first known COVID-19 fatality in the United States on Feb. 6, Santa Clara County is a source of concern because of the increasing number of people being cared for in local hospitals, according to the stage website.
The county recorded 146 new coronavirus cases yesterday Wednesday, bringing its total to 3032.
Data updated Thursday shows there are 59 patients in Santa Clara County acute and ICU beds. The causes of the increase of coronavirus-related in-patients may include the increased testing of county residents and people from neighboring counties coming to Santa Clara County for care.
Santa Clara County public health officials are working to increase coordination between them and local hospitals to identify the underlying causes of the increased hospitalizations. They also will increase public messaging, in multiple languages, about the importance of people using personal protection measures and the risks of mass gatherings.
June 11th: Santa Clara county are 146 deaths
Here’s all 11 California counties being monitored:
Is it smart for San Jose to allow outdoor dining, even though its county has the highest deaths in our Bay Area?
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