Last week the state took the unprecedented step of ordering Imperial officials to come up with a new health order and on Wednesday the most restrictive plan in California was approved. It bars nonessential gatherings of any size, shopping in stores and indoor religious ceremonies. … [Read more...] about California takes step back from reopening amid virus surge
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“From the virus’ standpoint, I would be sitting there and saying, ‘Thank you so much for doing that because now I can infect more people,’” Swartzberg said. “Police were irresponsible for using pepper spray and tear gas.” … [Read more...] about Protesters and coronavirus: Bay Area health officials brace for spike in cases
It’s a similar story in Arizona, where Governor Doug Ducey has ordered bars and nightclubs to shut down at least until July 27. “The age-group breakdown looks a lot different now compared to before the stay-at-home order,” Dr. Sara Scott of the Maricopa County Department of Public Health told the Arizona Republic last week. The paper reported that, since the state reopened in mid-May, cases among those under 19 have increased by eight times and cases among those between 20 and 44 are up six times. People over 65 have only seen cases double. The average age of a positive test is now 35, down from 49 in mid-May. … [Read more...] about Who Is Getting the Coronavirus in America Now?
“This was to be expected because the cases we are seeing are in the aftermath of the Memorial Day weekend,” he told CBS Austin. “Some are from the early part of when the [George Floyd] protests started over ten days ago. So we were anticipating a slight increase.” … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Lockdown Fatigue: Governors Assert They’re Well-Equipped for Wave of New Cases
Similarly, Weinstein, a surgeon at UCLA’s Northridge clinic from 2015 to 2017, was the subject of a patient complaint that involved law enforcement when he worked at a Woodland Hills medical center, but UCLA did not learn about the complaint when it later hired Weinstein, the report said. Weinstein was placed on investigatory leave and reported to the Medical Board; he has since challenged UCLA’s response to a patient complaint. … [Read more...] about UCLA handling of sexual misconduct allegations against physicians ‘inadequate,’ report finds