February 18 According to the World Daily, California Governor Newsom announced on February 16 that many counties in California are expected to enter the “red” pandemic prevention level next week, which means that when the proportion of COVID-19 positive for COVID-19 drops to 3.5% and the ICU bed rate and mortality rate continue to decline.
The local restaurant will be able to accommodate less than 25% of the guests, partially resume indoor meals, and cinemas, museums and gyms can also resume partial operations.
Newsom also announced on the 16th that the federal government has begun to participate in California’s vaccination work, including the addition of large-scale vaccination sites in Los Angeles and Oakland, which will be able to vaccinate 6,000 people a day.
And Newsom stressed that the two federally participating vaccination centers will not be limited to California’s original vaccine quota.
Although California has previously had large vaccination sites, such as Los Angeles Dodgers Stadium and San Francisco Muskoni Convention Center have been temporarily closed due to insufficient vaccines.
California will receive 1.08 million doses of vaccine from the federal government this week, 1.28 million doses next week and 1.31 million doses next week. The slow increase has led health officials to worry that it is difficult to meet the demand.
However, with Blue Shield, the number of vaccinated people in California will increase to 3 million doses a week.
Newsom said that California has been increasing its vaccination infrastructure, but it is limited by the number of vaccines. As long as the vaccine is sufficient, vaccination can be carried out quickly.
Two venues in cooperation with the Federation will be located at California State University in Los Angeles and Oakland Coliseum on the east side of the San Francisco Bay Area.
At the Los Angeles State Vaccination Ground, people can choose to walk, take public transportation, or drive to it.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) plans to set up similar large-scale vaccination sites in New York and Texas to strengthen vaccination services for areas with more than 40% of minorities, while making vaccination available to people who are economically ill, homeless or without cars.
FEMA will also set up a mobile clinic to vaccinate people without transportation.