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Bay Area ICU availability is nearly double Sacramento’s. Why is it still locked down and Sacramento is not? – San Francisco Chronicle

The Bay Area’s ICU availability is 23.4% and Sacramento’s is 11.9%. But the Bay Area remains on lockdown, more than a week after Sacramento’s lockdown was lifted….

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Intensive care unit availability in the Bay Area jumped to 23.4% on Saturday after weeks of single-digit availability, a strong signal that the worst of the surge is in the past.
Nonetheless, it was not immediately clear when the region could emerge from the state’s stay-home order. The order is supposed to be lifted when ICU availability is projected to exceed 15% looking four weeks ahead.
The Bay Area, which includes the nine core counties as well as Monterey and Santa Cruz counties, is well beyond…

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