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San Francisco General Hospital has 0 Covid Patients

The significant milestone was reached on May 20, 2021
By - posted 5/21/2021 No Comment

For the first time since the pandemic started, San Francisco General has zero coronavirus patients.

Dr. Vivek Jain from San Francisco General took to Twitter to make the uplifting announcement.

It’s first time since March 5, 2020 that the hospital has no COVID-19 patients. Although, Dr. Jain mentioned that  “no doubt, we will continue to admit and care for more patients with COVID-19 in the weeks and months ahead,” it’s still a significant milestone. Thankfully, the number of Covid-19 cases in the city continues to drop and vaccination numbers continue to climb.