More Active COVID-19 Cases in County Main Jail

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​​Update by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
January 28, 2022

The Sheriff’s Office Main Jail has identified three additional COVID cases related to the outbreak that began on Wednesday, December 8, 2021. Since our update on Wednesday, January 26, 2022, 3 inmates have recovered.  There has been a total of 252 cases in this outbreak that includes 37 active cases, 211 recovered, and 4 released.

All COVID positive inmates are continuously monitored by custody staff and our Wellpath partners. There are no inmates currently hospitalized because of this outbreak. 48 inmates have reported being symptomatic, 203 are asymptomatic, and 1 declined to answer.


​​Update by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
January 26, 2022

The Sheriff’s Office Main Jail has identified 28 additional COVID cases related to the outbreak that began on Wednesday, December 8, 2021. Since our update on Tuesday, January 18, 2022, 17 inmates have recovered. There has been a total of 249 cases in this outbreak that includes 37 active cases, 208 recovered, and 4 released.

All COVID positive inmates are continuously monitored by custody staff and our Wellpath partners. There are no inmates currently hospitalized because of this outbreak. 48 inmates have reported being symptomatic, 200 are asymptomatic, and 1 declined to answer.


​​Update by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
January 18, 2022

The Sheriff’s Office Main Jail has identified 3 additional COVID cases related to the outbreak that began on Wednesday, December 8, 2021. Since our update on Thursday, January 13, 2022, 45 inmates have recovered.  There has been a total of 221 cases in this outbreak that includes 26 active cases, 191 recovered, and 4 released.

All COVID positive inmates are continuously monitored by custody staff and our Wellpath partners. There are no inmates currently hospitalized because of this outbreak. 42 inmates have reported being symptomatic, 178 are asymptomatic, and 1 declined to answer.


​​Update by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
January 13, 2022

The Sheriff’s Office Main Jail has identified 10 additional COVID cases related to the outbreak that began on Wednesday, December 8, 2021. Since our update from Monday, 10 inmates have recovered.  There has been a total of 218 cases in this outbreak that include 68 active cases, 146 recovered, and 4 released.

 All COVID positive inmates are continuously monitored by custody staff and our Wellpath partners. One inmate is currently admitted in an area hospital for advanced care. 39 inmates have reported being symptomatic, 178 are asymptomatic and 1 declined to answer.

As we identify COVID-19 positive inmates, they are moved into an area of the facility that has negative pressure cells. In the case of an outbreak, only those with active symptoms are moved. The remainder are placed together in small groups (cohorts) and isolated from other inmates. We also separate those who were exposed but have not tested positive. Inmates with severe symptoms or who have underlying health conditions are transported to a hospital for evaluation and treatment.

The Sheriff’s Office has worked on a continual basis with our Wellpath and Public Health partners to address this outbreak as well as to establish and constantly re-evaluate plans for health safety within the Main Jail. At the request of Santa Barbara County Public Health, the California Department of Public Health has responded to assist with testing at the Main Jail and has provided a team of medical professionals who will remain in the facility for the duration of this outbreak.

Inmates are tested when they arrive in our custody and are housed separately from the general population during the initial 10 days of their stay. They are tested again before they are moved out of the quarantine area into other areas of the facility. During their stay, inmates are tested whenever they exhibit symptoms and whenever they might have been exposed to someone who has tested positive. The Sheriff’s Office continues to offer all three of the COVID-19 vaccines to all inmates in our care and recently implemented an incentive program where funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) is used to award newly vaccinated inmates with $20 added to their commissary fund for full vaccination or $10 for a booster. This program resulted in 148 inmate vaccinations in the span of a two days and was accomplished thanks to the teamwork and partnership of the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department and California Department of Public Health. Additionally, Wellpath has administered over 630 vaccinations at the Main Jail since the beginning of the pandemic.


​​Update by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
January 11, 2022

The Sheriff’s Office Main Jail has identified 26 additional COVID cases related to the outbreak that began on Wednesday, December 8, 2021. Since our press release last week, 54 inmates have recovered. There has been a total of 208 cases in this outbreak that include 68 active cases, 136 recovered, and 4 released.

All COVID positive inmates are continuously monitored by custody staff and our Wellpath partners. One inmate has been transported to an area hospital for advanced care. 38 inmates have reported being symptomatic, 169 are asymptomatic and 1 declined to answer.

As we identify COVID-19 positive inmates, they are moved into an area of the facility that has negative pressure cells. In the case of an outbreak, only those with active symptoms are moved. The remainder are placed together in small groups (cohorts) and isolated from other inmates. We also separate those who were exposed but have not tested positive. Inmates with severe symptoms or who have underlying health conditions are transported to a hospital for evaluation and treatment.

The Sheriff’s Office has worked on a continual basis with our Wellpath and Public Health partners to address this outbreak as well as to establish and constantly re-evaluate plans for health safety within the Main Jail. At the request of Santa Barbara County Public Health, the California Department of Public Health has responded to assist with testing at the Main Jail and has provided a team of medical professionals who will remain in the facility for the duration of this outbreak.

Inmates are tested when they arrive in our custody and are housed separately from the general population during the initial 10 days of their stay. They are tested again before they are moved out of the quarantine area into other areas of the facility. During their stay, inmates are tested whenever they exhibit symptoms and whenever they might have been exposed to someone who has tested positive. The Sheriff’s Office continues to offer all three of the COVID-19 vaccines to all inmates in our care and recently implemented an incentive program where funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) is used to award newly vaccinated inmates with $20 added to their commissary fund for full vaccination or $10 for a booster. This program resulted in 148 inmate vaccinations in the span of a two days and was accomplished thanks to the teamwork and partnership of the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department and California Department of Public Health. Additionally, Wellpath has administered over 630 vaccinations at the Main Jail since the beginning of the pandemic.


​​Update by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
January 6, 2022

The Sheriff’s Office Main Jail has identified 13 additional COVID cases related to the outbreak that began on Wednesday, December 8, 2021. Since our press release yesterday, there have been no additional inmates who have recovered or been release. There has been a total of 182 cases in this outbreak that include 96 active cases, 82 recovered, and 4 released.

All COVID positive inmates are continuously monitored by custody staff and our Wellpath partners. None of the COVID positive inmates in this outbreak have required hospitalization, 30 inmates have reported being symptomatic, 151 are asymptomatic and 1 declined to answer.

As we identify COVID-19 positive inmates, they are moved into an area of the facility that has negative pressure cells. In the case of an outbreak, only those with active symptoms are moved. The remainder are placed together in small groups (cohorts) and isolated from other inmates. We also separate those who were exposed but have not tested positive. Inmates with severe symptoms or who have underlying health conditions are transported to a hospital for evaluation and treatment, although none of the inmates in this outbreak have necessitated hospital transport.

The Sheriff’s Office has worked on a continual basis with our Wellpath and Public Health partners to address this outbreak as well as to establish and constantly re-evaluate plans for health safety within the Main Jail. At the request of Santa Barbara County Public Health, the California Department of Public Health has responded to assist with testing at the Main Jail and has provided a team of medical professionals who will remain in the facility for the duration of this outbreak.

Inmates are tested when they arrive in our custody and are housed separately from the general population during the initial 10 days of their stay. They are tested again before they are moved out of the quarantine area into other areas of the facility. During their stay, inmates are tested whenever they exhibit symptoms and whenever they might have been exposed to someone who has tested positive. The Sheriff’s Office continues to offer all three of the COVID-19 vaccines to all inmates in our care and recently implemented an incentive program where funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) is used to award newly vaccinated inmates with $20 added to their commissary fund for full vaccination or $10 for a booster. This program resulted in 148 inmate vaccinations in the span of a two days and was accomplished thanks to the teamwork and partnership of the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department and California Department of Public Health. Additionally, Wellpath has administered over 630 vaccinations at the Main Jail since the beginning of the pandemic.


Update by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
January 4, 2022

The Sheriff’s Office Main Jail has identified 50 additional COVID cases related to the outbreak that began on Wednesday, December 8, 2021. Since our last press release, 54 of the COVID positive inmates have recovered and there are 83 active cases remaining. There has been a total of 169 cases in this outbreak that include 83 active cases, 82 recovered, and 4 released.

All COVID positive inmates are continuously monitored by custody staff and our Wellpath partners. None of the COVID positive inmates in this outbreak have required hospitalization, 30 inmates have reported being symptomatic, 138 are asymptomatic and 1 declined to answer.

As we identify COVID-19 positive inmates, they are moved into an area of the facility that has negative pressure cells. In the case of an outbreak, only those with active symptoms are moved. The remainder are placed together in small groups (cohorts) and isolated from other inmates. We also separate those who were exposed but have not tested positive. Inmates with severe symptoms or who have underlying health conditions are transported to a hospital for evaluation and treatment, although none of the inmates in this outbreak have necessitated hospital transport.

The Sheriff’s Office has worked on a continual basis with our Wellpath and Public Health partners to address this outbreak as well as to establish and constantly re-evaluate plans for health safety within the Main Jail. At the request of Santa Barbara County Public Health, the California Department of Public Health has responded to assist with testing at the Main Jail and has provided a team of medical professionals who will remain in the facility for the duration of this outbreak.

Inmates are tested when they arrive in our custody and are housed separately from the general population during the initial 10 days of their stay. They are tested again before they are moved out of the quarantine area into other areas of the facility. During their stay, inmates are tested whenever they exhibit symptoms and whenever they might have been exposed to someone who has tested positive. The Sheriff’s Office continues to offer all three of the COVID-19 vaccines to all inmates in our care and recently implemented an incentive program where funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) is used to award newly vaccinated inmates with $20 added to their commissary fund for full vaccination or $10 for a booster. This program resulted in 148 inmate vaccinations in the span of a two days and was accomplished thanks to the teamwork and partnership of the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department and California Department of Public Health. Additionally, Wellpath has administered over 630 vaccinations at the Main Jail since the beginning of the pandemic.


Update by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
December 28, 2021

Custody staff at the Main Jail have continued with follow-up testing for the outbreak that began Thursday, December 9, 2021.

Since our last press release on Thursday, December 23, 2021, we have identified an additional 38 COVID positive inmates, 28 inmates have recovered, and 4 inmates have been released from custody. This brings the total number of COVID positive inmates in this outbreak to 119 with 87 active cases.

All COVID positive inmates are continuously monitored by custody staff and our Wellpath partners. Only 22 of the inmates are symptomatic and none of them have required hospitalization. Of the remaining 97 inmates, 96 are asymptomatic, and 1 refused to disclose if they were experiencing COVID symptoms. We will continue to provide updated information on the status of this outbreak as it becomes available.


Update by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
December 23, 2021

Custody staff at the Main Jail have continued with follow-up testing for the outbreak that began Thursday, December 9, 2021. Since our last press release on Tuesday, December 21, 2021, we have identified an additional 22 COVID positive inmates, and 5 inmates have recovered.

This brings the total number of COVID positive inmates in this outbreak to 81 with 76 active cases.

All COVID positive inmates are continuously monitored by custody staff and our Wellpath partners. None of the COVID positive inmates in this outbreak have required hospitalization and 72 of them are asymptomatic. We will continue to provide updated information on the status of this outbreak as it becomes available.


Update by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
December 21, 2021

Custody staff at the Main Jail have continued with follow-up testing for the outbreak that began Thursday, December 9, 2021. Since our last press release on Friday, December 17, 2021, we have identified an additional 35 COVID positive inmates, and 5 inmates have recovered.

This brings the total number of COVID positive inmates in this outbreak to 59 with 54 active cases.

All COVID positive inmates are continuously monitored by custody staff and our Wellpath partners. None of the COVID positive inmates in this outbreak have required hospitalization and 50 of them are asymptomatic. We will continue to provide update information on the status of this outbreak as it becomes available.


Update by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
December 17, 2021

The Sheriff’s Office has identified four additional COVID positive inmates associated with the outbreak that began Thursday, December 9, 2021 in the Main Jail. This brings the total number of COVID positive inmates in this outbreak to 24.

All COVID positive inmates are continuously monitored by custody staff and our Wellpath partners. None of the COVID positive inmates in this outbreak have required hospitalization. We will continue to provide update information on the status of this outbreak as it becomes available.


Update by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
December 14, 2021

Custody staff at the Main Jail have continued with follow-up testing for the outbreak that began Thursday, December 9, 2021. As a result of this ongoing testing, three additional inmates have been found to be COVID positive. This brings the total number of COVID positive inmates in this outbreak to 20.

All COVID positive inmates are continuously monitored by custody staff and our Wellpath partners. None of the COVID positive inmates in this outbreak have required hospitalization. We will continue to provide update information on the status of this outbreak as it becomes available.


Update by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
December 13, 2021

Follow-up testing for the outbreak that began last week has detected 12 additional COVID positive inmates. This outbreak was originally reported as beginning on Wednesday, December 8, 2021, but it was actually in the early morning hours of Thursday, December 9, 2021. This brings the total number of COVID positive inmates in this outbreak to 17. The COVID positive inmates are being constantly monitored by custody staff and our Wellpath partners. None of the COVID positive inmates in this outbreak have required hospitalization.


Source: Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
December 9, 2021

Sheriff’s Office Custody staff have identified a COVID outbreak in the Main Jail.

On Wednesday, December 8, 2021, Custody staff identified a COVID positive inmate in the Male Basement Dormitory. This area of the jail is a dormitory type housing area with bunks where 51 inmates, including the COVID positive inmate, were being housed.

The initial COVID positive inmate has been re-housed and inmates who were exposed to him are currently being tracked and tested. Four additional COVID positive inmates have been identified from that housing area. Prior to testing positive, the initially detected inmate in this outbreak was recently transported to an in-person court appearance, where he had contact with other inmates from various parts of the facility during those court appearances.

Custody staff are working with our Wellpath healthcare partners in efforts to test much of the inmate population, as well as monitoring and caring for the five COVID positive inmates that have been identified. We are also coordinating with the Santa Barbara Court and the Public Defender’s Office to adjust court appearances to minimize the spread of the virus through the movement of inmates.

All staff, both professional and sworn, who work in positions that have direct inmate contact are regularly tested and are required to wear an N95 mask while working. The Sheriff’s Office will provide regular updates on the status of this outbreak.

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Ahchooo Jan 05, 2022 09:08 AM
More Active COVID-19 Cases in County Main Jail

Siskiyou county started out really well way back in 2020, probably due to the relatively sparse population. But they caught up, and then some. Siskiyou’s all-time covid death rate is higher than Santa Barbara’s.

PitMix Dec 30, 2021 11:23 AM
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LA Times Op-Ed from a guy living in Finland during the pandemic says they ask him, don't we (Americans) feel an obligation to do things (get vaccinated) to help others?

The answer for many seems to be- no.

James B Jan 05, 2022 03:14 PM
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These jails are the type of environment where infections thrive like an unsanitary trauma center. They look clean but a lot of the surfaces are contaminated.

a-1642201841 Jan 14, 2022 03:10 PM
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James B, the virus is airborne. Wiping stuff down was discredited years ago. I hope you, and all, are using the best masks you can purchase, N and KN 95.

bumblebee Jan 08, 2022 02:19 PM
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Covid is on fire and unfortunately vaccination has been a disappointment regarding preventing spread. Given the poor performance of the vaccines, we will never reach herd immunity even if we were able to vaccinate the whole population.
Before someone gets the wrong idea, I am vaxxed and boosted. The vaccine will prevent severe disease, it just won't stop the spread.

Voice of Reason Jan 08, 2022 03:06 PM
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India has developed a vaccine, Covaxin, with whole-virion inactivated covid virus similar to polio and measles vaccine. As it contains the entire inactivated virus it generates a much broader immune response as opposed to mRNA which just targets the spike protiens which makes it significantly more effective against different variants and greater ability to stop transmission. The phase 3 trial showed better performance than our current vaccines, including in children as young as two. They submitted to the FDA in early November for EUA in kids 2-18. Most importantly, it showed no more adverse events than the placebo group. If the FDA wasn’t in bed with Big Pharma (who is the one of the largest advertisers for the media) you would have heard about it already and demanding it for our kids. Pfizer’s/Moderna see more like treatments in that they reduce symptoms, Covaxin is a more typical vaccine.

Voice of Reason Jan 08, 2022 03:39 PM
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Wow, a downvote for sharing info about a promising new vaccine that’s safe for kids as young as 2 and more effective against new variants. Thanks guys!

PitMix Jan 11, 2022 12:46 PM
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Bharat Biotech, which makes the vaccine, has since published data suggesting 78% efficacy.

I'll stick with Moderna with its 95% efficacy, thank you very much.

a-1642201045 Jan 14, 2022 02:57 PM
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Bumblebee: the vaccine prevents the worst of illness and helps prevent transmission. No one ever said it would prevent transmission. I do not consider the vaccine to be performing poorly.

a-1642200906 Jan 14, 2022 02:55 PM
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I'm no epidemiologist, nor am I credentialed, but I did work in infection control at a local hospital.

This seems to be a decent protocol:
"Inmates are tested when they arrive in our custody and are housed separately from the general population during the initial 10 days of their stay. They are tested again before they are moved out of the quarantine area into other areas of the facility. "

How are so many inmates getting Covid?

Chip of SB Jan 19, 2022 01:36 PM
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Here is another piece from the BBC. The uk government studies the effect of mask rules by comparing schools that required masks to schools that did not. The result was they found no statistically significant difference in covid outcomes.

https://www.bbc.com/news/health-59895934

Chip of SB Jan 19, 2022 02:01 PM
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1:51 and 1:54, the data from the study did not support a conclusion that the 123 schools that required masks reduced covid cases in a statistically significant way compared to schools that did not require masks. However, the article also notes that 70% of people feel safer with masks. The data may not show that masks reduce covid cases, but I will concede that it definitely shows masks make people feel safer...

a-1642630968 Jan 19, 2022 02:22 PM
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No, the results were inconclusive, meaning they could not, from the data, tell whether masks reduced infections or whether the unmasked were infected more. That just means it was a poorly designed study, not that masks don't help.

Basicinfo805 Jan 27, 2022 06:11 PM
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Shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone that there are many cases being found solely through testing, as in the case of inmates. How many of them are going to get seriously, if at all ill? Very few if any, just like the population in general, especially healthy adults and youth.

Basicinfo805 Jan 27, 2022 07:05 PM
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6:16 I’m glad you’re paying attention, sort of. If you’re outraged because of inmates suffering and dying from Covid, why don’t you take a hard look at it. If you do, you’ll find that inmates aren’t getting seriously I’ll or dying at any greater rate than the general population. What’s your beef?

a-1643342118 Jan 27, 2022 07:55 PM
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If you had put any thought into it at all, you would realize that in the general population, you are free to avoid potential contagion in a way that inmates aren't, especially given the attitudes in the sheriff's department.

a-1643343607 Jan 27, 2022 08:20 PM
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6:11

Police sometimes make mistakes. And even if they didn't, thinking that a potentially minor antisocial act should be punished with even a slight chance of a death sentence means you've just indicted yourself.

a-1643415874 Jan 28, 2022 04:24 PM
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So many threads that I don't know where to post, so I'll further clog up the popular one.

An interesting discussion:

"The Florida controversy underscores a bizarre phenomenon: That while largely baseless vaccine hesitancy has hindered the U.S. pandemic response, Americans are tripping over themselves to take therapeutics that are experimental, expensive, and ineffective — precisely the characteristics that anti-vaccine advocates falsely ascribe to Covid immunizations, which are proven, free, and effective.

Gupta ascribed the phenomenon to a fundamental flaw in Americans’ view of health care: That most people see doctors’ role as treating illnesses, not preventing them."
https://www.statnews.com/2022/01/27/some-americans-are-hesitant-about-covid-vaccines-but-theyre-all-in-on-unproven-treatments/

a-1643512130 Jan 29, 2022 07:08 PM
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more social media fun re: covid. lol!

1/ Welp, I spent last night continuing my research into the #blizzard2022 #hoax.
Thankfully, @Twitter and Facebook have helpful algorithms that pointed me in the direction of *real* experts who helped me round out my thinking.

2/ I studied poignant, analytical memes from leading thinkers in finance, technology, and art sales. To my surprise, their insights actually CONFIRMED all of my pre-conceived notions about this storm. Thanks for the research help @twitter!

3/ All of this research has led me to conclude that the hype around #blizzard2022 is being driven by the weather-industrial complex. In short, it is all #propaganda. I am concerned for our republic.

It goes on. A fun read.
https://twitter.com/nirav_mainecdc/status/1487455146208600066

a-1643513152 Jan 29, 2022 07:25 PM
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The author:
Nirav D. Shah @nirav_mainecdc Director, Maine CDC (@MEPublicHealth). President, Assn. State/Terr Health Officials (@ASTHO). Opinions are my own. I may call out Tweets that are not factual.

I left out the good parts, where he really gets going. For those who don't and/or won't read the thread (you don't have to sign up, I'm not on twitter, I just scan it):

4/ First of all, @CDCgov says blizzards are no big deal so long as you're financially stable, don't have to leave your house for work, have food, can afford heating and internet, and don't have to worry about power outages. Those apply to me. So why should I care about others?

5/ This morning, my neighbors said I needed to put salt on our shared sidewalk to keep THEM safe! But putting salt down is inconvenient. Why should I be inconvenienced to help others in my community? Can't people who are vulnerable to slips and falls just stay inside?

6/ Get this: my town implemented a "parking ban" too. They say it's to help them keep roads cleared. But it really amounts to the government telling me, a taxpayer, what I can and can't do with my own private property. Didn't we fight a war against England to prevent this?

7/ This is a blatant violation of the Takings Clause of the 5th Amendment to the
@usconstitution. It also violates the Declaration of Independence. A lawyer I chatted with last night on Facebook says this could go all the way to @SCOTUS

8/ And these so-called meteorologists have no clue what they're talking about. Earlier this week, the forecast was for 10-20 inches. Then it changed to 8-12 inches. And now they're hyping it up as a "blizzard"! I challenge @KeithCarson to debate me publicly on this.

9/ I also find it deeply suspicious that their "models" change all the time. I thought this was "science", which does not change (see, e.g., gravity). Who pressured them to change the models? My hunch: follow the $$$ and we'll find out.

There's more. As I said, a good read.
https://twitter.com/nirav_mainecdc/status/1487455146208600066

SBSand Jan 30, 2022 10:20 AM
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Can't we just retire this thread? Honestly, this is a broken record at this point. Between irresponsible inmates who have the right to NOT be vaccinated and Sherrif employees who flat out refuse to be vaccinated or tested (what world do we live in where this even makes sense??!!) it's the same story over and over... old news that none of us can do anything about. The whole situation over there is a stain on our community.

dukemunson Jan 30, 2022 10:50 AM
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I agree that this isn’t news, as it’s literally a nothing. But I am curious, Why are you so worked up about a few positive cases? Millions of people are testing positive daily with omicron… it’s complete non story. A few inmates are positive and asymptomatic… end of (non) story!

SBSand Jan 30, 2022 03:30 PM
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I'm tired of hearing about the jail and their cases and the Sheriff's dept and the lack of regard for keeping others safe. Nothing is changing so why keep reporting it? Of course the numbers are higher...

a-1643597158 Jan 30, 2022 06:45 PM
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The Sheriff Departments lack of concern for public safety is not something that should be swept under the rug, no matter how tiresome it gets to hear about it. Maybe, if enough people realize how disgusting it is, and raise their voices, we'll get some change in their behavior.

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