welcome. I’m back with today’s edition of the San Diego Daily. Sip that coffee, eat that bread, and find out what’s happening around town:
- It’s called the “triple epidemic.” She is here in San Diego.
- University of California, San Francisco researchers found that COVID damages synapses in brain cells.
- successful San Diego program for housing the homeless.
- 50 shelters required to house the animals on a temporary basis.
- Daylight saving time ends Here on Sunday.
But first, today’s weather:
Mostly sunny and nice – beautiful San Diego weather High: 70, Low: 55.
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Here are five of today’s top stories in San Diego:
- Hospitals here are filling up fast Because of the so-called “triple epidemic”. It is the triple threat of influenza (influenza), respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and COVID-19. Although there is no cure yet for RSV, San Diego residents are being urged to get a flu shot and a COVID-19 vaccine. US Secretary of Health and Human Services, Xavier Becerra, commented during a recent visit that federal and health officials are working to keep us safe. The question is: Will everyone listen? (NBC San Diego)
- The SARS-CoV-2 damages the synapse in the brain. According to an international team of researchers led by the University of California, the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19, is responsible for damaging synapses in the brain. These connections allow brain cells to communicate with each other. However, according to Alison R. Muotri, a professor at the University of California School of Medicine, treatment is available with sofosbuvir, a drug already on the market. Clinical trials must be conducted to confirm the result. (Times of San Diego
- Compared to many other cities, San Diego succeeded housing for the homeless. Thanks to a program called PATH (People Helping the Homeless), people in need can get help finding a place to live. The City of San Diego has reduced the number of agencies a person needs to process to obtain housing. It has hired workers to help the homeless find housing, and calculates housing vouchers by neighborhood. According to the Los Angeles Times, San Diego has significantly outperformed its neighbors to the north. (Los Angeles Times)
- On the same date every year: It’s time to set your watch back an hour Starting on Sunday, November 6 at 2 a.m., at which time you’ll need to reset your clocks to 1 a.m. to slide into the new Pacific Standard Time (PST). The new schedule will result in an early sunset. Sleep schedules may be disrupted as a result of changing time, affecting both people and pets. Many San Diegan residents would like to make daylight saving time permanent, but that effort has been put on hold by the House of Representatives. So, in the meantime, sit back and enjoy an extra hour. (patch
- help! We need to take care! Shelters are full and the San Diego Humane Association needs your help. The association estimates it will need 50 custodial volunteers to help during a critical space shortage. Dogs, cats, kittens, reptiles, rabbits, etc. are available to be cared for. If you have some love to give these pets on a temporary basis, it’s time to act. Take a look at SDHS website, where you can also find information on how to apply for the program. (10 news
Today in San Diego:
- Ikebana: The Japanese Art of Flower Arranging – Rayford Branch Library / La Jolla. (9:30 am
- Saturday morning story! Paradise Hills Branch Library. (10 am
- Food Waste Prevention Workshop Scripps Library Center Miramar Ranch. (10 am
- gardening exchange – Rancho Pinaschitos Library. (10 am
- Dance Pants Bash! – Mission Hills Branch Library. (10 am
- paws for reading – Mira Mesa branch library. (11 am
From my notebook:
- Suggestions, candidates, everything is so confusing! Election Day is next week! Are you scratching your mind about some of the proposals and candidates for the 2022 California general election? Confused about actions that matter to your community? The KPBS Voter Hub website appears to be the resource you need to make an informed decision. Contains Tools and information that help you make an informed decision about what is on the ballot and can be customized for your local area.” (San Diego Central Library via Facebook
- Yes, it happens here: Tonight at 7:00 p.m., “It Happens Here” will be shown in theaters across the United States. It’s happening here A documentary about sex trafficking and online solicitation/exploitation. We have San Diego ICAC (Internet Crimes Against Children) featured in the video! ” (San Diego Police Department via Facebook
- Talented women wanted: “We are looking for talented women to join our ranks. On Saturday, JoinSDPDnow hosted our second annual Women’s Recruitment Fair for participants to learn from our SWAT, K-9, Drivers, Investigations, Dispatch, and Recruitment modules about what it takes to join a team.” (San Diego Police Department via Facebook
- Plant life care: “San Diego is a really biologically diverse place in terms of flora… In my opinion, it is impossible to think of enjoying the quality of life in San Diego without caring about the plant life and all the other living things.” Read more about what’s happening in the park from our President and CEO Ari Novi!San Diego Botanical Garden via Facebook
- Fertilizer: Thinking of starting composting at home, but don’t know where to start? The city of San Diego is hosting a free webinar to help you get started! Our partner @solanacenter will show you how to improve the quality of your land while saving energy, money, and water. The webinar will be offered in Spanish on Wednesday November 9 6-7pm Share this with a friend and sign up soon! https://bit.ly/los-basicos-de-compostaje
(City of San Diego via Facebook
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- Miles for Migraine Walk/Run Fundraiser for Migraine Research. (November 5
- La Mesa’s 16th Annual Home Tour: “Fabulous Foothill-ers.” (November 5
- Grand Rehab opens in San Diego. (November 7
- Jazz is performed in the ballroom “HOLIDAY IN.” (December 1
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