The first known case of variant P.1 of Brazil, found in Davis
BACK TO YOU. TEO: THIS IS A MONUMENTAL DAY AGAINST A BATTLE AGAINST KOVID. DIRADE: ANYONE WHO WANTS THE VACCINE IS ALLOWED TO TAKE IT. WE HAVE A LIVE OPENING OF THE TEAM THIS MORNING. AND JARRED HILL IS IN WASHINGTON WITH THE LAST DETAINES OF THE JOHNSON & JOHNSON VACCINE. WE START WITH TONI VALLIERE. Tony. – TONY: GOOD MORNING – TONI: BEFORE PEOPLE IN THE YOUNG AGE GROUPS THEY HAD TO BE HEALTH WORKERS, FIRST ANSWERS, OR OTHER NOW. YOU CAN GO TO SAN JOAQUIN OR ALAMEDA TO SEE HOW VACCINATIONS ARE. ALSO TODAY, LIVE INTERNAL EVENTS ARE ALLOWED TO RENEW THE CALIFORNIA WITH PRESENCE RESTRICTIONS BASED ON THE DISTRICT TEAR – ROW. AND EUROPE HAS MOVED A MILLION DEATHS FROM COVID-19, BUT THE SITUATION IS STILL SERIOUS, WITH 1.6 MILLION NEW CASES REPORTING EVERY WEEK. LET’S LOOK AT THE CALIFORNIA NUMBERS. THE COUNTRY, REPORTING 2400 NEW CASES TUESDAY, THE LINE THRONE MAINLY IN THE LAST MONTH WITH A COUPLE OF SPIKES, WHICH WERE PROVIDED IN THE COUNT OF COUNTRIES. THE QUANTITY OF POSITIVITY IS 1.7%. ON THE VACCINE, 23 MILLION DOSES HAVE BEEN ADMINISTRATED IN THE COUNTRY OF 29% OF THE POPULATION OF 16 AND OVER THERE ARE FULLY VACCINATED. The state currently has 5 million doses on hand, which is a 13-day delivery. FOR MORE HOW SACRAMENTO CANTI WORKS WITH THE NEW EXPANSION OF THE VACCINATION AGE, WE GO TO MIK TESELLE, WHO JOINS US MC LIVE PARC. GOOD MORNING. MIKE: KEY POINT HERE IS ONLY BECAUSE YOU WANT VACCINE DOES NOT MEAN THAT YOU CAN GET THAT WE LIVE HERE because it is tuned to the site for vaccination drive-through that offers PIFIZERNA VACCINATION FOR THOSE TAKING AND HE does not matter where you live, if you are 16 or 17 years old, the PFIZER vaccine is the only one that is acceptable for young children. BUT ON SEARCH, THERE ARE NO APPOINTMENTS ONLINE FOR THIS LOCATION TODAY OR TOMORROW. THIS IS SIGNIFICANT, TWO DAYS AGO, WE REPORTED MORE THAN 1000 AVAILABLE POINTS. FROM THE DISTRICT THERE IS ACCESS IN DIFFERENT WAYS FOR PEOPLE OF ALL CENTURIES TO RECEIVE THE VACCINE, WHETHER IT IS A DRIVE OR A DOCTOR’S OFFICE. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON HOW YOU CAN REGISTER OR FIND OUT WHICH OPTIONS ARE THE BEST, YOU CAN GO TO OUR WEBSITE. OR YOU CAN GO TO THE SACRAMENTO DISTRICT WEBSITE. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS FREE OF CHARGE ON HEALTH INSURANCE OR IMMIGRATION STATUS. AND IN JUST A FEW HOURS, THIS PETER WILL BEGIN THE VACCINATION PROCESS FOR THESE 16-YEAR-OLD YOUNG PEOPLE HERE IN SACRAMENTO DISTRICT HERE IN MACELLAN PARK. HOWEVER, BRIAN HICKY MAY HAVE BETTER NEWS IF YOU ARE 16 OR 17 YEARS OLD AND ARE LOOKING FOR AN APPOINTMENT. Brian: WE ARE CENTER FOR AGRICULTURAL CENTER SAN ZHOAKVIN, this is one of clinics to vaccinate district, THIS is complete, if you go here folks SIC Today there are over 400 appointments available IF YOU ARE NEW ELIGIBLE here in Cantrell San Joaquin there are many appointments. AS OF TODAY, THEY HAVE RECEIVED OVER 210,000 DOSES OF KOVID-19 AND HAVE ALREADY ADMINISTRATED NEARLY 168,000 DOSES. THE DISTRICT WAS ONE OF A LONGER COUNTRY – TO MOVE FROM THE LIMITED PURPLE TEAR. Health officials say getting vaccinated and following health guidelines such as physical distance and wearing a mask is the only way they will continue to make progress. THE MASS VACCINATION HUB OPENED IN STOCKTON ARENA CONSORTIUM HOSPITALS. I WAS ONLY ON WEBSE, THIS WILL BE APPOINTED AND I MADE MY TODAY’S CHOICE OF TIME TO APPOINT A PERSONAL APPOINTMENT FROM 9:00 AM. MANY OPPORTUNITIES, IF YOU ARE NEWLY ADMISSIBLE WITH ALL 16 AND OVER NOW, IT’S GOOD TO GET ONE. SMJ.ORG IS THE WEBSITE FOR WHICH THE STATE CLINIC IS APPOINTED. SO NOW IS Y.
The first known case of variant P.1 of Brazil, found in Davis
The first known case of the COVID-19 P.1 variant, which originally appeared in Brazil, was discovered in Iolo County, UC Davis said on Thursday. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identified Option P.1 as a “concern option” due to higher levels of transmission: “They are much more infectious; they can be twice as infectious as non-variant versions of the virus. “We still have concerns about whether they could cause a more serious illness if you become infected,” said Brad Pollock, vice dean for public health sciences at the University of Davis School of Medicine. There is no doubt that with the return of the trip you have the opportunity to transport the virus over long distances and after a few hours on a plane “, adding that the more people are infected, the more likely it is to mutate. This option is the third option of concern in Davis, following B.1.351 and B.1.1.7 In California, option P.1 caused 166 cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, according to the California Department of Public Health.Officials said the man who took the test with option The man also lives in Davis and has not received the COVID-19 vaccine. “The discovery of another highly transmissible variant is worrying, especially when things start to reopen and more people are out and about.” said Amy Sison, Yolo County Public Health Officer, in a press release. “It is important, as always, to adhere to public health measures, including camouflage, physical distancing and regular testing, to to keep the transmission of the virus as low as possible while accelerating our vaccination efforts. ”Sison continued.
The first known case of COVID-19 option P.1, which originally appeared in Brazil was discovered in Yolo County, UC Davis officials said Thursday.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identified Option P.1 as an “option of concern” due to higher transmission rates.
“They are much more contagious; they can be twice as contagious as non-variant versions of the virus. We still have concerns about whether they could cause a more serious illness if you become infected,” said Brad Pollock, an assistant to the dean for Public Health Sciences at UC Davis School of Medicine.
“There is no doubt that by retrieving the trip, you have the opportunity to transport the virus over long distances and in a few hours by plane,” adding that the more people are infected, the more likely it is to mutate.
This option is the third option of concern in Davis, following B.1.351 and B.1.1.7. In California, option P.1 caused 166 cases of COVID-19 as of Wednesday, according to California Department of Public Health.
Officials said the person who tested positive for the variant was aware of the results and was isolated. The person also lives in Davis and has not received the COVID-19 vaccine.
“The discovery of another highly transmissible option is worrying, especially when things start to reopen and more people are out and about,” Amy Sison, a public health official in Yolo County, said in a press release.
“It is important, as always, to adhere to public health measures, including camouflage, physical distancing, and regular testing, to keep transmission of the virus as low as possible while accelerating vaccination efforts,” Sison continued.