Not if They’re All About Fear
“To get this pandemic under control, 16,000 adults must be vaccinated every day for six months.” — Dow Constantine
In the history of public health laws, even rules that have had time to build widely accepted evidence weren’t guaranteed support.
While 87% of Democrats said they always wear a mask out of the house, 71% of independents and 55% of Republicans said the same.
The place you go to relax on the job can be a high-risk location for transmission of the coronavirus. Here’s two local examples.
It’s not the caffeine, it’s the people
As COVID-19 cases surge, health experts are urging Americans to stay home for the holidays. But for many,, travel comes down to a risk-benefit analysis.
The hospitalization projections are scary. We’re already at 80% ICU capacity in Washington. Unless this turns around, our system will be overrun.
Quarantine is used to reduce the risk that infected people might unknowingly transmit infection to others.
When voluntarily activated, phones with WA Notify use Bluetooth technology to exchange random codes with the phones of other users they are near.
Report shows most common exposure settings are homes, workplaces, community and social gatherings.
Rather than being an artifact of changes in testing policy, the rise in cases reflects ongoing transmission and serious illness.
The unprecedented nature of the pandemic undermines how we process information and assess risk. Need proof? Look around.
Republican say governors need legislative approval to shut down businesses, require mask-wearing or force residents to stay home to slow the spread of COVID-19.
The restrictions go into effect Monday, November 16 at 11:59 PM