COVID-19 activity trends down in Thurston County
+ The Olympian: COVID-19 disease activity falls again in Thurston County as CDC risk level stays low
Thurston County’s COVID-19 disease activity fell in late August, continuing a downward trend. Public Health and Social Services reported 237 additional cases and no deaths for the week of Aug. 22-28. Weekly case counts have been declining since mid-July.
+ Truthout: When We Rose to Fight COVID, We Were Deliberately Turned Against Each Other
+ The Defender: How Are the Unvaccinated Doing? Survey Says: Healthy But Unjustly Treated – A new international study of 18,497 individuals unvaccinated against COVID-19 shows potentially illegal discrimination. “Such discrimination and restriction of liberties based on a medical choice may fall foul of relevant national anti-discrimination laws and international treaties,” concluded the authors.
+ Bloomberg: Omicron’s Mutations Impaired Vaccine Effectiveness, CDC Says
- 40% of hospitalizations during BA.2 were vaccinated, boosted
- Waning immunity and Covid’s frequent mutations play a role
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