California's delta surge pushes COVID hospitalizations to their highest since April

California's case rate was 7.7 per 100,000 as of Sunday, up from just 2 per 100,000 on June 1. Solano County had the Bay Area's second-highest hospitalization rate of 8 per 100,000 on July 18, which was double the rate two weeks ago. The last time...

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performace-gardening
performace-gardening
26 · 4 days ago · Reddit

These asshole antivaxxers are going to get all our goddamn kids sick.

Stackitu
Stackitu
23 · 4 days ago · Reddit

Normally I’d point and laugh at all the antivaxxers but I just can’t this time considering that we have a vaccine and children under 12 are not eligible for it. Their bullshit is causing children and the immunocompromise to suffer and that is absolutely disgusting to me.

How have we allowed vaccines, one of the greatest scientific advancements ever, to become politicized and so chock-full of miss-information?

seancarter90
seancarter90
17 · 4 days ago · Reddit

Unless we begin to get to a point where hospital capacity in general and ICU capacity in particular becomes strained due to COVID-induced hospitalizations, none of this should matter in terms of policy-making. The whole idea behind the lockdowns and then universal masking was to keep the strain on the healthcare system down. We achieved that and there seems to be no signs of any sort of strain.

TheJadedSF
TheJadedSF
17 · 4 days ago · Reddit

If you're unvaccinated: get the shot like a sane person, or get fuck out of my life and take your gross variants with you.

onerinconhill
onerinconhill
12 · 4 days ago · Reddit

Just wait until we are forced to wear masks again and small businesses need to shut down again because of this

Or we could just enforce vaccine passports and the problem would solve itself! But we won’t do that