Tracking COVID in Piedmont | Oct. 1

Cases go up by one to close out the week, from 261 on Tuesday to 262 on Friday.

The slowdown in reported cases is reflected in the county’s overall downward trend:

The number of eligible residents who are fully vaccinated now tops 90%:

In other Friday news, the FDA’s vaccine advisory committee will meet on Oct. 14-15 to discuss boosters for those the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson shots and will hold an additional meeting on Oct. 26 to review Pfizer’s vaccine data for children ages 5-11. (Read full FDA press release HERE.)

On the heels of Piedmont’s student vaccine mandate, California becomes the first state to issue same:

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