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The application to stay at home in the Greater Sacramento area is likely to be extended

The Greater Sacramento area will likely remain under a stay-at-home order, according to state health officials, and the California Department of Public Health said it would release updated information on Saturday based on district data, but said in a press release that it expects the matter. To remain in effect. KCRA 3 News spoke with Sacramento County Public Health Officer Dr. Olivia Cassiri who explained what will happen next, here are three things to know about the stay-at-home order that could potentially be extended. The request is based on a four-week projection, and a team of scientists, statisticians, and epidemiologists from the state will review the data starting January 1, the day the residence order was lifted, and based on that data, they will determine whether the ICU capacity is expected to decrease In the region to less than 15%, and if this decline is expected, demand is likely to remain in place, and they are also reviewing three other factors: case rate, dispatch rate and ICU acceptance rate, if the request is extended, it may not last three weeks, Again, according to the state, the data will be reviewed twice a week, if the data shows a four-week forecast for ICU capacity at 15%, the request may be raised, and if the request is extended, Sacramento County health officials hope it can be lifted in January, said Csiri. The incidence of Covid-19 virus associated with the Christmas and New Year gatherings is expected to increase over the next two weeks, and she said that by the end of January the increase will reach its peak and the intensive care unit capacity will start. J height.

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The Greater Sacramento area will likely remain under a stay-at-home order, according to state health officials.

The California Department of Public Health said it would release updated information on Saturday based on district data but said in a press release that it expected the order to remain in effect.

KCRA 3 News spoke with Sacramento County Public Health Officer Dr. Olivia Casserie who clarified what will happen next.

Here are three things to know about a potentially extended stay-at-home application.

The decision to extend the order is based on a four-week drop

A team of scientists, statisticians, and epidemiologists from the state will review the data starting January 1st, the day the residency order was lifted.

Based on this data, they will determine whether the ICU capacity in the region is expected to decrease to less than 15%.

If such a decline was to be expected, the order would likely remain in place.

They also review three other factors: case rate, dispatch rate, and ICU admission rate.

If the application is extended, it may not last three weeks again

Depending on the state, the data will be reviewed twice a week.

If the data shows a four-week forecast of ICU capacity at 15%, the demand could be lifted.

If the order is extended, Sacramento County health officials hope it can be lifted in January

Dr. Cassery said an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases associated with Christmas and New Year gatherings is expected over the next two weeks.

She said she hopes by the end of January the increase will reach its peak and the ICU capacity will start to rise.

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