"There are tremendous societal changes that are going to happen in September, and that’s school — and that’s going to perturb the system," said Swartzberg. "We’re going to also have the system perturbed locally with fires. The fire season is predicted to extend through Thanksgiving. We’re going to be inhaling particulate matter through the fall. By November influenza starts to appear. Influenza reaches its zenith typically in January and February. We’ll see influenza start to get better in March and April. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus cases in California are surging: When will the spike end?
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Dr. Bob Kocher, a former member of California’s coronavirus testing task force and a senior fellow at the Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics at the University of Southern California, said the state has done a good job making sure the highest risk people can be tested. But he said it’s disappointing that the state is only allowing asymptomatic testing for nonessential people if lab turnaround times are short. … [Read more...] about California Narrows Testing Priority As Virus Cases Surge
A federal appeals court eventually upheld the ban, but on Tuesday U.S. District Judge Stephen V. Wilson decided for the plaintiffs, which include farmers in Canada and New York and a restaurant. They had challenged part of the law that banned liver produced out of state from being sold. … [Read more...] about Foie Gras Back On The Menu In California After Court Ruling
While Big Basin is on the doorstep of the Bay Area, there are several state parks actually in the nine Bay Area counties that are now taking camping reservations on ReserveCalifornia.com, including Salt Point State Park (Sonoma County), Sonoma Coast State Park (Sonoma), Henry W. Coe State Park (Santa Clara), Bothe-Napa Valley State Park (Napa), Sugarloaf Ridge State Park (Napa/Sonoma), Samuel P Taylor State Park (Marin), Mount Diablo State Park (Contra Costa), and Portola Redwoods State Park (San Mateo). … [Read more...] about I went camping in one of NorCal’s newly reopened state parks. Here’s what it’s like
Kallum Pickering of Berenberg Bank notes that there’s no need to panic yet — large parts of the UK economy remained locked down in May, as the country’s reopening lagged behind Europe. But the data is a warning that policymakers need to “remain aggressive in their efforts to stimulate demand,” he said. … [Read more...] about California’s New Lockdown Could Be Brutal For The Economy