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SACRAMENTO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DECLARES RACISM A PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS

Now, therefore,be it resolved by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Sacramento, that Sacramento County commits to the following: Review all policies, procedures, practices and protocols to ensure racial equity is a core value of Sacramento County, and work to eliminate those policies, procedures, practices and protocols that facilitate and/or harbor racial discrimination against specific populations. Click Here To Read Full Resolution. Click Here To Read Sacramento Bee Article.

PEOPLE ARE STILL HAVING SEX. SO WHY ARE S.T.D. RATES DROPPING?





Public health officials believe many cases are going undetected as clinics close during the pandemic and testing supplies are diverted to coronavirus screening. Doctors also believe that many patients who might otherwise seek treatment for S.T.D. symptoms have been avoiding the clinics for fear of being exposed to Covid-19. Read More

LOCKDOWN LED TO LESS SEX, LOWER USE OF

HIV-PREVENTING DRUGS: SURVEY

About one-third of people prescribed drugs to prevent HIV stopped taking the medications when they were forced to stay home due to the coronavirus pandemic, a new survey finds. The reason, they said: They weren't having sex. Many discontinued the drugs without their doctor's say-so, which has experts concerned. Read More

COVID-19 SUSPECTED TO HAVE POTENTIAL LONGTERM AIRBORNE TRANSMISSION

The principal mode by which people are infected with COVID-19 is exposure to respiratory droplets produced during exhalation (e.g., breathing, speaking, singing, coughing, sneezing). Larger droplets fall out of the air within minutes. Smaller droplets formed when small droplets dry quickly in the airstream can remain suspended for hours and travel far from the source on air currents. Read More