VALLEJO, Calif .– Solano County could join a handful of other Bay Area counties outside the state’s most restrictive coronavirus pandemic level as early as next week, the health official said on Tuesday County.
Speaking to the county watchdog, Dr Bela Matyas said the test positivity rate in the county’s census tracts most affected by the pandemic had dropped sufficiently low, as measured by the California Healthy Places Index. of the State, for eligible to go to the red level as of next Tuesday.
Solano County’s overall test positivity rate has dropped to 2.6%, state public health says data, as the county averages nearly 8 new cases of COVID-19 per day per 100,000 residents.
The county could also qualify for the red level with a case rate of less than seven per 100,000 population and an overall positivity rate of less than 8%.
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