Frustration mounts as Sacramento County remains in COVID-19 red tier – KCRA Sacramento

Rojek stated he hopes more people continue to take the COVID-19 outbreak seriously, so constraints can continue to be loosened up. “I want people would take it more seriously or at least be more thoughtful about how other people feel about it.” We understand the number of individuals looking for screening has actually dropped a bit, so that might be contributing to why we are lagging behind,” she said.

” Our business was getting busier monthly we were open, then come February, we had a 60% loss in profits,” he stated, reviewing service since the pandemic started. All of Abes workers are immunized. But remaining in the red tier implies more constraints, which implies less service. “We need people to feel comfy once again being out,” Abe said.On Tuesday, Dr. Olivia Kasirye, the Sacramento County public health officer, acknowledged Sacramento is dragging other counties.” We still have hope we will get to the orange tier before June 15. We have to see the pattern continuing to go downwards to do that,” said Kasirye. “We are advancing gradually in the best instructions.” Kasirye noted numerous reasons behind Sacramento remaining in the red tier.” We know the variety of individuals looking for testing has dropped a bit, so that could be adding to why we are lagging behind,” she stated. “We [likewise] know there are several reports of variations in the Sacramento region which might be contributing to the stagnation in cases.”

Rojek stated he hopes more individuals continue to take the COVID-19 outbreak seriously, so restrictions can continue to be loosened. “I want people would take it more seriously or at least be more thoughtful about how other individuals feel about it.” We understand the number of people looking for testing has dropped a bit, so that could be contributing to why we are lagging behind,” she said. “I wish individuals would take it more seriously or at least be more thoughtful about how other individuals feel about it.” We know the number of individuals looking for screening has dropped a bit, so that might be contributing to why we are lagging behind,” she stated.

SACRAMENTO, Calif.– Sacramento spends another week at a loss tier as other significant cities, including San Francisco and Los Angeles, move into the least restrictive yellow tier. “That was not on business plan at all,” stated Ross Rojek, co-owner of Capital Books in downtown Sacramento. “I see downtown getting busier, I see individuals without masks, which I think is part of the issue.”
Rojek stated he hopes more people continue to take the COVID-19 outbreak seriously, so restrictions can continue to be loosened. I think you have more people who are arguing they should be able to come in the shop since they have gotten immunized. “I want individuals would take it more seriously or at least be more thoughtful about how other individuals feel about it.