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Trending: Santa Clara County’s top health official warned on Tuesday that COVID case counts and hospitalizations are on the upswing and urged everyone to consider wearing masks in high-risk settings, keep a stockpile of tests and exercise caution when socializing indoors.“The pandemic is still here,” said Health Officer Dr. Sara Cody. Within the county, 29 percent of those 65 and up have received a second booster, while just 15 percent of those between 50 to 64 have received one.Other counties in the Bay Area on Tuesday were also keeping an eye on the steady rise in COVID cases.At the Alameda County Board of Supervisors meeting, Health Officer Dr. Nicholas Moss said that his department has no plans for upcoming public health mandates. However, if hospitalizations keep rising and widespread “long” COVID symptoms reappear, Moss said a mask mandate would likely come back.San Mateo, Contra Costa, Marin and San Francisco counties have no current plans for a mask requirement, according to their health departments.Related Articles

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