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California's daily COVID-19 case average has more than doubled in two weeks

Original post made on Dec 9, 2020

California's average number of new coronavirus cases per day has more than doubled over the last two weeks, one of the state's top health officials said Tuesday.


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Posted by Tal Shaya
a resident of another community
on Dec 9, 2020 at 6:50 pm

Tal Shaya is a registered user.

By now, anyone flouting the guidances should be flogged in a public square. This is not the time to worry about restaurant capacities when our hospitals are about to overflow.


Posted by Steven Goldstein
a resident of Old Mountain View
on Dec 9, 2020 at 7:55 pm

Steven Goldstein is a registered user.

We have had so many people argue that we need to open up the city for business, and the state, county, and city let it happen.

And now these same people are saying their actions CANNOT be the cause of this flare up.

One constantly argues that outdoor dining cannot be the cause of the problem.

There is no scientific proof of this. But there is a correlation of increased infections after the deployment of outdoor dining. I cannot claim cause and effect myself, but if we are trying to "play it safe" it seems like there is a likely connection.


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