While citywide positivity rates are just under 5 percent, the Latinx positivity rate at the 24th Street BART Plaza after seven days of testing is 11 percent, while the non-white positivity rate is 6 percent.
The high numbers indicate a continuing surge, researchers said.
So far, the research and testing campaign led by UCSF and the Latino Task Force has tested 4,553 residents and found 445 residents tested positive. Some 73 percent of those tested identified as Latinx.
We will be updating these numbers daily. The campaign is testing every day of the week, except Thursdays and Saturdays, starting at 9 a.m. The testing will run until Jan. 29.
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This article was supported in part by University of Southern California Annenberg and the USC Center of Health Data Fellowship.