St. Louis County executive says unvaccinated young people are filling up COVID hospital beds  FOX 2 St. LouisView Full coverage on Google News
"The new delta variant is driving these numbers at a faster clip than our vaccination rate. That's not good math," County Executive Sam Page said."The new delta variant is driving these numbers at a faster clip than our vaccination rate. That's not good math," County Executive Sam Page said

St. Louis Co. reports rise in delta variant coronavirus cases | ksdk.com

Dr. Sam Page says in St. Louis County, the seven-day rolling average of COVID-19 cases has jumped by 35 percent in the last week and averaging 90 new cases aDr. Sam Page says in St. Louis County, the seven-day rolling average of COVID-19 cases has jumped by 35 percent in the last week and averaging 90 new cases a

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Virology and epidemiology can give people an estimate of how risky something is, but can’t tell people how much risk is too much, or which mitigation measures impose too much burden.Virology and epidemiology can give people an estimate of how risky something is, but can’t tell people how much risk is too much, or which mitigation measures impose too much burden.

Why following the science isn't curing Covid confusion over the Delta variant

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According to the county executive, the Delta variant is driving numbers faster than the vaccination rate.According to the county executive, the Delta variant is driving numbers faster than the vaccination rate.

‘This pandemic is far from over’ – Sam Page advises St. Louis County residents to get vaccinated now | FOX 2

The UCLA has reinstated a mask mandate that was lifted not too long ago, regardless of whether an individual has been vaccinated against the CCP virus.The UCLA has reinstated a mask mandate that was lifted not too long ago, regardless of whether an individual has been vaccinated against the CCP virus.

UCLA Reinstates Mask Mandate Over Delta Variant

Over a two-week period between May and June, the hospitalization rate among Black LA County residents increased 11% while decreasing 37% among whiteLos Angeles County health officials reported an "alarming" rise in COVID-19 hospitalization rates among Black residents. Meanwhile, hospitalizations among other groups declined.

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COVID hospitalization rates rise among Black residents in Los Angeles County as other groups see decrease

COVID hospitalization rates rise among Black residents in Los Angeles County as other groups see decrease | abc7.com