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Bay Area ICU Capacity Swings to 23.4% — Could Lockdown End Soon? – SFist

With the Bay Area’s ICU capacity now over 23% — a massive improvement from the last reported ICU availability rate of just 6.5% — the region now falls under the…

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With the Bay Area’s ICU capacity now over 23% a massive improvement from the last reported ICU availability rate of just 6.5% the region now falls under the state’s criteria for leaving its current stay-at-home order.
Pandemic-wise, things are improving in our slice of California. The past seven days have seen the opening of mass vaccinations sites, more COVID-19 vaccine doses coming to the Bay Area, and, chiefly among these positive updates, the region’s ICU capacity significantly increasing to…

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