As COVID makes another winter comeback, many Californians don’t seem to care
The Bay Area was a model of cooperation during the early years of the COVID pandemic, as residents holed up in town, lined up for vaccines and wore masks in public. Many locals watched in dismay as health precautions became politicized in other parts of the country.
However, caution did not last even in this conscientious area. As
another winter wave of COVID
affects the region, a large number of people are
renunciation of masks
skipping the latest booster
— a key tool in the prevention of serious diseases when immunity from previous vaccinations or infection declines.