According to health officials, as of Monday, a total of 92 cases of the virus were related to the outbreak. Including 77 staff and 15 patients.
The county said in an email statement to CNN: “Kaiser is responsible for complying with all applicable public health orders and work safety regulations, including timely reporting of cases and all necessary follow-up actions.”
Officials said that the initial cause of the outbreak is still being investigated by the public health department.
Chavez said: “Any exposure, if it happens, will be completely innocent and accidental.” “Since this person has no COVID symptoms, he just wants to boost the spirits of those around him during a very stressful period.
Chavez added that the facility will no longer allow the use of pneumatic clothing.
The fine for each violation is $1,000.
The county said in a statement: “Kaiser Permanente failed to report any such cases in the county’s workplace case and contact information reporting portal as required by the public health order issued on October 5.” A “Social Evacuation Agreement” was submitted to the county on June 19 to prove that it met all reporting requirements.
The county said that they did not know about the positive cases until a press release issued by Kaiser Permanente on January 3 confirmed the positive cases.
Kaiser Permanente Spokeswoman (Ciser Permanente Spokeswoman) said in a statement to CNN that it is consistent with state and local agencies regarding Covid-19 cases in its facilities.
Costa Rica said in a statement: “We have other suggestions besides the upcoming report.”
According to Costa, the hospital is reviewing the citations in Santa Clara County and plans to respond before the county’s deadline on January 15.
The health department continues to investigate the cause of the outbreak. It is determined that the outbreak is not the first new variant of COVID-19 discovered in the UK.
Kay Jones and Jessica Flynn of CNN contributed to this report.