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Posted by: thepinetree on 06/30/2020 07:27 AM Updated by: thepinetree on 06/30/2020 07:27 AM
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Sutter Creek Resident is Twenty Second COVID-19 Case in Amador County

Amador County, CA...Today, June 29, 2020, Amador County Public Health reported one additional case of COVID-19 in Amador County. The new case is an adult female in her 40s who is a resident of Sutter Creek and is linked to a previous Amador case. This new case is currently isolated at home. All close-contacts have been identified by Health Department staff.





Total positive COVID-19 cases in Amador to date = 22.
Total currently in isolation at home = 9.
Total currently hospitalized in isolation = 1.
Total recovered = 12.

With the upcoming holiday weekend, and the likelihood of out-of-county visitors, it is important to remember that COVID-19 activity may increase.
 Limit the number of others you interact with outside your household.
 Stay home if you are sick.
 Regularly clean high-touch surfaces.
 When you go out, practice social distancing, wear a face covering, and wash your hands as soon as possible afterward.
 Persons over age 65 and those with chronic health conditions that put them at higher risk for severe COVID-19 should continue to stay home as much as possible.

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*ahem* “And just like a miracle, this will just disappear!”
Posted on: 2020-06-30 08:45:05   By: Anonymous
 
So it was supposed to disappear in April, then May, but Trump couldn’t get the virus to sign an NDA, and it continues on, into June.....very “ telling.....”

All the while Mitch McConnell’s Turkey Neck continues to slouch from his chin as Trump* kicks him in the rump (for not praying hard enough) like an abused poodle.

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Posted on: 2020-06-30 09:39:03   By: Anonymous
 
Fauci: 'We are going in the wrong direction ... it could get really bad'


America’s leading public health expert Anthony Fauci has confirmed what the record figures are telling us – the US is sliding backwards on its handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

“We are going in the wrong direction,” Fauci just told the Senate.

Last week the US saw a new daily record of 40,000 new coronavirus cases in one day.

Fauci just said, in testimony before committee, that he fears that the rate will rise dramatically.

“I would not be surprised if we go up to 100,000 a day if this does not turn around.”

Fauci added about death and infection rates going forward: It’s going to be very disturbing … it could get really bad.”

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    Posted on: 2020-06-30 10:00:53   By: Anonymous
     
    ^^Not according to our fearless leader. The POS POTUS. And also his many followers and admirers here in Calaveras and Amador Counties.

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      Posted on: 2020-06-30 10:16:30   By: Anonymous
       
      Visitors need to behave when visiting here - don't drive the wrong way in the market parking lot, clean up your trash after snow play, or summer play, don't park on the sides of Highway 4 where it is no parking, including other roads i.e., Natural Bridges, don't turn left from Blagen Road onto Highway 4 - be respectful of where you are visiting - disrespect is what is irritating to permanent residents.

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        Posted on: 2020-06-30 10:40:44   By: Anonymous
         
        This place sadly is no longer a person’s permanent place. The once foothills and mountains towns have been on the incline and worst is yet to come. Life as we know not be the same. Kept the so called Democratic Party around right in county’s supervisor board. Push tourism. You push the wrong people moving here.

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          Posted on: 2020-06-30 12:34:03   By: Anonymous
           
          ^You must be a Bret Harte English composition major.

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            Posted on: 2020-06-30 18:00:39   By: Anonymous
             
            And you must be an idiot..

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Posted on: 2020-06-30 13:05:00   By: Anonymous
 
“We’ve learned that the CDC is making, at best, a debilitating mistake: combining test results that diagnose current coronavirus infections with test results that measure whether someone has ever had the virus…The agency confirmed to The Atlantic on Wednesday that it is mixing the results of viral [PCR] and antibody tests, even though the two tests reveal different information and are used for different reasons.”

“Several states—including Pennsylvania, the site of one of the country’s largest outbreaks, as well as Texas, Georgia, and Vermont—are blending the data in the same way. Virginia likewise mixed viral and antibody test results until last week, but it reversed course and the governor apologized for the practice after it was covered by the Richmond Times-Dispatch and The Atlantic. Maine similarly separated its data on Wednesday; Vermont authorities claimed they didn’t even know they were doing this.”

“’You’ve got to be kidding me,’ Ashish Jha, the K. T. Li Professor of Global Health at Harvard and the director of the Harvard Global Health Institute, told us when we described what the CDC was doing. ‘How could the CDC make that mistake? This is a mess’.”

“The CDC stopped publishing anything resembling a complete database of daily [COVID] test results on February 29. When it resumed publishing test data last week [the middle of May]…”

First of all, the CDC’s basic mission is publishing disease statistics on an ongoing basis. Reporting partial data flies in the face of what they’re supposed to be all about.

But the big deal, of course, is combining results from two different tests—the PCR and the antibody—and placing them in one lump.

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    Posted on: 2020-06-30 18:02:50   By: Anonymous
     
    Right...fuzzy thinking. Cases are increasing for a reason. Icu are filling up again for a reason.

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