Riverside, California 2021-07-25 23:25:30 –
On Sunday, there was a long line at the test facility near the intersection of the airline and SPID. Staff said there was an upward trend last week.
More and more people are flocking to the COVID-19 testing site this weekend after the delta variant was identified in Corpus Christi, Texas — Nueces County.
On Sunday, there was a long line at the test facility near the intersection of the airline and SPID.
Facility staff say there was a rise last week as police had to guide traffic.
Dr. Kim Onufurak, a public health district, said safety measures for both unvaccinated and fully vaccinated people as the health sector continues to increase the number of COVID-19 cases to three digits. I am asking you to continue.
“These numbers are too high. Our cases of hospitalization are also increasing, and our numbers at Driscoll and even teenage cases are increasing,” said Dr. Onufrac.
Dr. Onufrac says that people who are not completely vaccinated should wear a mask.
“In Texas, only 42% are vaccinated, so 60% don’t wear masks, so you need to wear a mask. But if you look around, no one is wearing a mask and now It’s no wonder that our cases are on the rise, “says Dr. Onufrac.
The health department provides all three vaccines seven days a week and has additional testing sites throughout the county. Dr. Onufrac says that if you are symptomatic or exposed to someone who has a positive test, you need to quarantine.
“These quarantine measures never stop. If you’re sick, quarantine. If the sick person is at home and not vaccinated, wear a mask,” said Dr. Onufrac. ..
The health department offers COVID tests at La Palmela Mall on Tuesdays and Thursdays, but if you have symptoms or are exposed, call 361-826-2700 and drive in the health department to avoid congestion with the mall. You will be asked to make a through reservation.
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