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Bay Area seeing more COVID-19 patients with no underlying health conditions – San Francisco Chronicle

Santa Clara County reported a record number of single-day deaths, and hospitals are seeing the virus striking more unpredictably.

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The rampaging coronavirus is revealing new unpredictability as the promised post-holiday surge continues apace, with some hospitals now seeing an uptick in patients sick with COVID-19 who had no underlying medical conditions, officials say.
Hospitals in the Bay Area and beyond are seeing an increase in such patients, Dr. Peter Chin-Hong, an infectious disease expert with UCSF, said Sunday.
“It’s not just people in nursing homes or people who are ill with immuno-compromising conditions who are the…

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