Coronavirus infections spike among workers at San Francisco hospital

July 21, 2020

Rising Coronavirus infections among workers at San Francisco General Hospital are raising concerns about workplace conditions, according to an article on the San Francisco Chronicle website.

The hospital is stepping up safety protocols.

Between June 27 and July 6, COVID-19 infections among employees at the facility rose by 50 percent.

Researchers believe that for every one person infected with COVID-19 in San Francisco, he or she spreads it to 1.25 people on average.

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