COVID-19 still surging in California’s capital region. Will subvariants lead to even more?

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A major Sacramento K-12 district has returned to indoor masking, a Bay Area county of more than 1.6 million people has reverted to a countywide mask mandate, and transmission and hospitalization rates for COVID-19 continue to swell throughout California as a new pair of omicron subvariants make up a growing footprint of cases. The California Department of Public Health on Tuesday reported the statewide case rate at 30.5 per 100,000 residents. California’s case rate dropped by 11% compared to one week earlier. But that decline came as test positivity increased by nearly a third, up from 6.7% to…

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