I should charge JB my hourly rate for making me watch CNN and educate him. Hmm, Why Is Gavin Newsom Hiding Coronavirus Data from the Public? Do you think any of the progs in this thread will ever admit Florida did a good job dealing with the China plague while California did everything wrong? https://townhall.com/tipsheet/brons...ding-coronavirus-data-amid-lockdowns-n2583584 Despite ICU capacity still south of 15 percent, the governor has lifted restrictions for 13 counties in the Greater Sacramento area, the AP reported. State data updated daily shows the Sacramento region currently has an ICU capacity of around 7.8 percent at the time of this writing. In those 13 counties, restaurants are once again allowed to offer outdoor dining, worshipers can attend church services, hair salons and other businesses are allowed to make money and retailers can operate at a higher capacity. Lucky them. When asked about the underlying data used to justify the reopening of those counties, state health officials cited "projections" purportedly showing ICU capacity in those counties rising above the 15-percent threshold in coming weeks. "At the moment the projections are not being shared publicly," Department of Public Health spokeswoman Ali Bay said in an email to the AP.