July 3, 2022

The CDC now recommends homemade masks in Sacramento and 4 neighboring districts

Federal health officials are now recommending that people wear the mask indoors in more places, including Sacramento and four surrounding districts in California due to high levels of Govt-19. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention added more districts to its “high” community on Thursday. Status, which is based not only on increasing cases, but also on hospitalization in communities. Guidance for districts with higher levels of “generally wear a mask at home.” Conversely, the CDC states that those in “medium” sized districts may “choose to wear masks.” High-risk levels of CDC include Sacramento, Yolo, Blazer, El Torado and Solano. Other California districts in the same category include Del Norde, Marin, Mendocino, Monterrey, Napa, San Benido, Santa Clara and Sonoma.Alameda County. Now classified at the medium level of the CDC, Friday reaffirmed the mask order in many indoor settings. Switching to a higher level will lead to a masking order for students in the Sacramento City Unified School District. SCUSD has previously said that moving to CDC’s high will trigger a global mask on students and staff and on all school platforms. KRA 3 has approached SCUSD for a district timeline update. On Wednesday, the 7-day Cavit-19 dashboard in Sacramento County reported an average of 36.1 cases per 100,000 people, up from 32 the previous week. The number of hospital admissions has risen to 150 from 138 in the previous week. “We are constantly monitoring the impact on cases and hospitals,” district spokeswoman Samantha Mod said in a statement on the recent increase. “Public health continues to recommend vaccinations and masks in public places. Businesses can make independent risk assessments and implement additional requirements such as a mask.

Federal health officials Recommend now Due to the high levels of Covit-19, people wear the mask indoors in many places in California, including Sacramento and the four surrounding districts.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday added more districts to its “highs”. Social status, Which is based not only on the increasing number of cases, but also on hospital admissions in communities. Guidance for high-volume districts “Wear a mask indoors in general.”

In contrast, the CDC says that people in “medium” sized districts may “choose to wear masks.”

The districts in the coverage area of ​​KCRA3 are now the high-risk areas of the CDC: Sacramento, Yolo, Blazer, El Torado and Solano.

Other California districts in the same category include Del Norde, Marin, Mendocino, Monterrey, Napa, San Benito, Santa Clara and Sonoma.

Alameda County, now classified as the CDC’s medium, is Friday Reinstalling the mask order in many indoor settings.

The transition to higher level will lead to a masquerade order for students in the Sacramento City Unified School District.

SCUSD said earlier Moving to a higher level of CDC will provoke a global mask on students and staff and across all school platforms. KCRA has approached SCUSD for an update on the district timeline.

On Wednesday, the Sacramento County Govt-19 dashboard reported a 7-day weekly average of 36.1 cases per 100,000 people, up from 32 the previous week. The number of hospital admissions rose to 150 from 138 in the previous week.

“We are constantly monitoring the impact on cases and hospitals,” district spokeswoman Samantha Mod said in a statement on the latest increase. “Public health continues to recommend vaccinations and masks in public places. Businesses can make independent risk assessments and implement additional requirements such as a mask.