After the past Omicron surge, hospital staffing starts to to improve

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – On Good Morning San Diego, KUSI’s Ed Lenderman was out Scripps Mercy Hospital to talk about how the hospital staff is going back to work after the latest Omicron surge.

Healthcare workers were isolating because of positive COVID-19 test but now they are making their way back into the workplace.

San Diego County recorded more than 35,000 new COVID- 19 cases from Friday to Monday, pushing the county’s cumulative cases over the 600,000 mark, the county Health and Human Services Agency reported in its most recent data.

The county reported 10,990 new cases on Friday, 8,991 on Saturday, 7,460 on Sunday and 8,013 on Monday for a total of 35,454 new cases over the holiday weekend.

Categories: Coronavirus, Good Morning San Diego