Good Morning, Mission! Welcome to Virus Village, your daily Covid-19 data dump.
A new study out from the National Bureau of Economic Research reports essential (ly screwed) workers are 55 percent more likely to contract Covid than those classified as non-essential workers. Those living with essential (ly screwed) workers also have a greater probablity of contracting the disease than others.
Despite the FDA and the Biden Administration coming down hard on the side of following the two dose vaccination protocol, prolonged bungling keeps the debate alive.
We’ve all seen recent reports, and evidence, of a “tech exodus” from San Francisco. But as David discovered, that’s only one side of the story.
And Julian reports on a new space for street and graffiti artists to create and promote their works.
While waiting for the Vaccination, scroll down for today’s Covid numbers.
What is wrong with this picture? Approximately 90 percent of SF residents have some form of private health insurance (for which we pay a fortune). Yet, the publicly under-funded, under-staffed, under-resourced DPH administers 55 percent of the tests.
So far this month, 1915 positive cases had one or more underlying conditions, while 874 had none. The rest (3604) are unknown.