[camouflaged by protests_riots]
COVID-19 positive patients in MEXICO were quietly transferred [routed] to CA.
"The swelling numbers of COVID-19 patients entering the United States from Mexico comes as many parts of California have pushed down their infection rates, enables many counties to lift stay-at-home restrictions and reopen businesses."
HOW DO YOU MAINTAIN CONTROL OF THE NARRATIVE [MAIL-IN VOTING NECESSARY] AND ATTEMPT TO KEEP CONTROL OF POP?
Next challenge: rise in cases [due to testing inc & MX>CA] but overall decrease in death rates [nursing home scandal in public domain _no longer viable option].
NY TIMES: Coronavirus Jumps the Border, Overwhelming Hospitals in California
Hospitals are airlifting patients to facilities hundreds of miles away to handle an influx of Americans and U.S. green card holders sickened in Mexico.
By Miriam Jordan
Published June 7, 2020
Updated June 29, 2020
The hospital, which has a 20-bed intensive-care unit, has been overwhelmed with ailing residents of the Imperial Valley, as well as Americans and U.S. green card holders fleeing overcrowded clinics and hospitals in Mexicali, a city of 1.1 million on the other side of the border.
To alleviate the pressure, hospitals in nearby San Diego and Riverside counties began accepting transfers in April. But the intensifying crisis prompted California last week to activate an extraordinary response, enlisting hospitals as far north as Santa Barbara, San Francisco and Sacramento to accept patients from this remote southeastern corner of the state.
DEADLINE: California Coronavirus Update: Governor Gavin Newsom Indicates L.A. County Could Close Back Down Soon: “We Will Be Stepping Up Our Enforcement”
By Tom Tapp Deputy Managing Editor
June 29, 2020 1:13pm
“Transmission is increasing in the state,” said California Governor Gavin Newsom said plainly at his Monday coronavirus press briefing. Accordingly, Newsom said he would likely be using the “dimmer switch” to toggle back reopening measures in more hard-hit counties. He said there were seven counties, including Los Angeles, that likely would need to “reinstitute community measures.”
Right now, that involves the closing of bars and nightclubs. But if counties are not effective in remediation measures, “I am committed to intervening,” said the governor.
Newsom indicated that he would leave it to county officials to determine the appropriate measures but, if they did not find the right measures, “I am committed to intervening,” said the governor.