Cleveland, Ohio 2021-08-02 14:53:00 –
@CDCgovThe data shows that@CuyahogaCountyCurrently in “substantial communication” # COVID-19 (New Coronavirus Infection) We recommend masks indoors for everyone, including those who are vaccinated. https://t.co/dpthGAuJmZ pic.twitter.com/36X2zF2Yly
— Terry Allan (@TerryAllanCCBH) August 2, 2021
Terry Alan, director of the Kaiyahoga County Health Commission, recommended that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Kaiyahoga County wear masks indoors on Monday morning for everyone, including those who have been vaccinated. Announced that This recommendation is due to the spread of delta variants and the increasing number of cases in recent weeks.
Cuyahoga is located in the Lorain, Geauga, Medina and Portage counties. CDC considers Alan’s “substantial” infection, the threshold mentioned in a social media post. The CDC has four infection severity designations: low, medium, parenchymal, and high. It is advisable to wear a mask indoors in areas that have broken through the “substantial” zone. Areas with a new infection rate of 50 or more per 100,000 inhabitants.
When Alain tweeted this morning, Kaiyahoga County had 52.55 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. As of 2:00 pm, the county had a maximum of 56.35 cases per 100,000, an increase of more than 40% over the last seven days.
Although the number of cases is increasing, hospitalizations and ICU admissions are still low, and the risk of severe cases in vaccinated people is still very low. Following the CDC’s revised masking recommendations, CNN reported: 99.99% of vaccinated people do not have a contract The so-called “breakthrough Covid case” that resulted in hospitalization or death.
Still, vaccinated people can carry the virus and infect others. This is the main reason for the widespread use of masks. The CDC states that delta variants are as infectious as chickenpox.
In Kaiyahoga County, 52% of the total population and 60% over the age of 12 are fully vaccinated.Nationwide The number of vaccinations is increasing Mainly due to fear of delta variants.
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