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San Francisco General Hospital has no COVID-19 patients for the first time since March 2020

As a sign of both the reduction of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States and the remarkable efficacy of the vaccine, San Francisco General Hospital had zero COVID-19 patients on Thursday for the first time since March 2020. It demonstrates the power of vaccine efficacy, “UC San Francisco infectious disease expert Monica Gandhi told the San Francisco Chronicle that 76% of San Francisco residents over the age of 16 were at least partially vaccinated. He said he was. “This milestone continues to assure us that the San Francisco epidemic is no longer a public health threat,” said Dr. Sumant Ranji, Head of Medicine at San Francisco General Hospital, for the first time in the Bay Area. He said he was “happy” with the progress made so far since the COVID-19 case. He said the hospital hit the highest of 67 COVID-19 patients on January 19, but saw steady improvement as people were vaccinated. The United States also hit a promising 14-month milestone on Thursday: The seven-day average of COVID-19 deaths fell below 500 for the first time since March 31, 2020, according to data from the new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It was. Andy Slavit, adviser to the White House Coronavirus, acknowledged the vaccine’s achievements. For the first time since March 2020, the average seven-day death toll from COVID-19 has fallen below 500. And it is decreasing. Please continue to be vaccinated. — Andy Slavitt (@ aslavitt46) May 21, 2021 “The virus lacks a place to spread,” Slavitt told The New York Times. There are still tough benchmarks. Texas became the second state after California on Thursday, with more than 50,000 recorded COVID-19 deaths. India recorded 4,529 new coronavirus deaths on Wednesday, surpassing the previous day’s record set by the United States in January. .. 12. But no doubt, “the pandemic is retreating,” David Leonhard wrote in The Times on Friday. But it’s approaching. “And” progress is the cause of true joy. ” The sharp decline in US cases over the last 30 days “practically guarantees a decline in deaths next month,” he added. “This is more than just a theoretical forecast. In the UK, one of the few countries to target a larger proportion of the population than the United States, deaths have fallen by more than 99% from peak times.” January 6 More stories from theweek.com 5’s very funny cartoon about Republican resistance to the Commission of the Day Why Emily Wilder was fired and Crisco Omo wasn’t fired Angelina Jolly was completely stationary, not taking a shower, Covered with bees for World Bee Day

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