Omicron peaking in parts of the Bay Area

Omicron peaking in parts of the Bay Area | KSRO


Recent data suggests that the Omicron variant may peak in parts of the Bay Area. The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the seven-day average of cases in the Bay Area is down 4% from last week. The largest declines were in San Francisco and Marin counties, where numbers fell 14 and 20 percent, respectively, from last week. Cases have also mostly flattened out in Contra Costa, Santa Clara and Solano counties. Cases continue to rise in Sonoma County with more than 18,000 active cases.


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