Getting tested is one way to combat the rising tide of COVID-19 cases in Ventura County, public health officials continue to stress.
The Board of Supervisors learned at a recent meeting that despite increasing its testing rate by over 24% over the last month, the county is no longer testing enough to receive significant credit toward its average daily case rate, one of two metrics used to determine the county’s place in the state’s color-coded system for reopening.
County CEO Mike Powers called ...
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