Bay Area COVID case rates have now surpassed those of the devastating winter of 2021-2021 spike caused by what we know today as the “epsilon” variant. A massive survey of COVID-19 survivors sheds new light on predictors of long COVID. And UCSF Chief Medical Officer Dr. Bob Wachter tweeted that 6.2% of people in San Francisco screening who showed no COVID-19 symptoms tested positive for coronavirus infection, according to the latest hospital data.
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