It’s not yet clear what the new curfew parameters will be, or how they differ from the state’s first curfew in March. I will update this story as I learn more from the Governor’s Office.
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Newsom hinted at a press conference on Monday that the restrictions were even higher.
The state’s biggest concern is the increase in hospitalizations, especially in the ICU bed. In most areas, ICU beds are currently about 75% full, but are projected to reach capacity between mid-December and early January if current trends are maintained.
“If these trends continue, we’ll definitely need to take more dramatic and radical action,” Newsom said. “The curfew in these areas could be purple. There is. “
Of the 58 counties in California, 52 are in the most restrictive purple layer.
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The governor said the 7-day average of new coronavirus cases is now 14,000 north per day. Looking at this, the number at the last peak was about 9,900.
“Remind us that the high number of cases seen in the last 10 days has not yet begun to affect hospitals,” added Dr. Mark Garry, Secretary of Health and Welfare. “We know it will take about two weeks. A few days ago, when there were more than 18,000 cases in the state, hospitals, emergency rooms, and ICUs were still unaffected.”
After Thanksgiving holidays, there is widespread concern that the state is about to see an even bigger surge in the incident, and eventually in hospitalization.
“We are really different from the communication situation we have never faced before,” said Dr. Ghaly. “All activities a month ago were low risk and this month are higher than ever.”
This is a developing story. Please check for updates.
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