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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reduced the amount of time that people should be isolated for public health reasons.
SAN LUIS OBIPSO, CALIFORNIA — On Tuesday, December 29, the County of San Luis Obispo Public Health Department reported seven more instances of COVID-19’s Omicron variant in San Luis Obispo County.
Over the previous week, 659 new instances of COVID-19 have been reported in SLO County, with 21 patients admitted to the hospital, including eight in the critical care unit.
Officials believe there are likely more occurrences of the Omicron variation in SLO County since just a tiny number of cases are collected to identify the strain.
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“Omicron is here in our community, and we know it spreads faster and easier than any other strain of COVID-19 we’ve encountered so far,” said County Health Officer Dr. Penny Borenstein. “Vaccines, boosters, and masking up in indoor public areas are among the tools and resources we have to restrict its spread.” The best thing to do if you’re ill, even if it’s only a little bit, is to get tested and remain at home.”
Indoor public spaces in San Luis Obispo County and around the state need masking. Vaccines are provided for free at pharmacies, physicians’ offices, Public Health Department clinics, and mobile clinics around the county.
The county will hold a COVID-19 Pop-Up Quick Testing Event on Thursday, Dec. 30 for community members to get a free COVID-19 rapid test before New Year’s Eve.
Rapid antigen testing will be provided at the Atascadero Lake Park Pavilion Community Room from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (To accommodate staff luncheon, no exams will be administered between 12 p.m. and 12:30 p.m.)
A total of 150 tests will be available to persons aged two and above on a first-come, first-served basis. A parent or guardian’s permission is required for those under the age of 18.
“It’s a good idea to be tested before any gathering,” said Dr. Penny Borenstein, County Health Officer. “Especially as we see cases grow, it’s a good idea to ensure that everyone is as safe as possible.” “Those who test positive for COVID-19 will be advised to isolate and safeguard their loved ones.”
There will be no appointments accepted for the event. It’s conceivable that some people may have to wait in line outdoors if demand is great. To be prepared for adverse weather, it is suggested that you dress appropriately and wear layers.
Community testing centers in Grover Beach, Morro Bay, Paso Robles, and San Luis Obispo also provide free testing by appointment, with results usually ready in two days.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said earlier this week that, in light of recent studies on COVID-19 and the Omicron variant, they are reducing the recommended period for public isolation.
People with COVID-19 should now isolate for five days and then wear a mask when around others for five days if they are asymptomatic or their symptoms are fading (no fever for 24 hours). This will reduce the chance of infecting others.
According to the CDC, research shows that the bulk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission occurs early in the disease, often 1-2 days before to the beginning of symptoms and 2-3 days thereafter.
In addition, the CDC is revising the recommended quarantine time for anybody who has been exposed to COVID-19 in the general population. The CDC now advises quarantine for five days followed by strict mask usage for another five days for persons who are unvaccinated or are more than six months away from their second mRNA dosage (or more than two months after the J&J vaccination) and have not yet been boosted. If a 5-day quarantine is not possible, an exposed individual must wear a well-fitting mask at all times while in the presence of others for 10 days following exposure.
Individuals who have had their booster injection do not need to be quarantined after an exposure, but they should wear a mask for the next ten days. A test for SARS-CoV-2 would be recommended for all persons who have been exposed on day five following exposure. Individuals should be quarantined as soon as symptoms appear until a negative test proves the symptoms are not caused by COVID-19.
Isolation, according to the CDC, refers to conduct after a proven illness. Isolation for five days, followed by the use of a well-fitting mask, will help to reduce the danger of the virus spreading to others. The term “quarantine” refers to the period of time after being exposed to the virus or having close contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Both upgrades come as the Omicron form spreads throughout the United States, and they reflect current understanding on when and how long a person is most infectious. These guidelines do not replace state, municipal, tribal, or territorial laws, rules, or regulations, and they do not apply to healthcare personnel who have received updated information from the CDC.
According to data from South Africa and the United Kingdom, an mRNA vaccine’s efficacy against infection after two doses is about 35%. A COVID-19 vaccination booster boosts the vaccine’s anti-infection efficacy to 75%. COVID-19 vaccine reduces the risk of severe illness, hospitalization, and death caused by the virus. COVID-19 vaccine is recommended for everyone aged five and up, as well as boosters for those aged 16 and up, according to the CDC.
Visit slopublichealth.org/COVID19 for updates on COVID-19 in SLO County, or contact the recorded Public Health Information Line at (805) 788-2903. Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., call (805) 781-5500 for help.
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