Pandemic Updates: SF's Test-Positivity Rate Hits 15-Month High, Parties and Shows Start to Cancel Out of Caution

San Francisco's seven-day rolling average of new daily COVID cases hit 235 as of July 28, the last day for which reliable data from the health department is available. That's up from 165 just a week earlier, and up from 27 on July 1. But back in...

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Dubrovski
Dubrovski
49 · a year ago · Reddit

It's also still not known what percentage of positive tests in SF are coming from vaccinated people

Why? It should not be a rocket science.

Edit: Santa Clara County shows COVID-19 Case Rates by Vaccination Status https://covid19.sccgov.org/​dashboard-case-rates-vaccination-status

onerinconhill
onerinconhill
19 · a year ago · Reddit

At least hospital rates aren’t going up the same as last year

triple-double
triple-double
15 · a year ago · Reddit

Now, SF's test positivity rate stands at 5.8%, the highest it's been at any point since April 25, 2020, when the number of tests being administered was far lower. Even at the height of the January surge, the positivity rate in the city peaked at 5.4%. In more recent days, the rate has even gone as high as 6.9% and may still be climbing.