California’s Public Health Director RESIGNS After Massive Data Glitch on Covid-19 Cases

More corruption coming out of the liberal state of California that you won’t hear about in the mainstream media. In fact, they won’t even discuss the subject because it goes against their narrative of pushing fear down your throats.

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On Monday morning Californians woke up to the news that Gov. Gavin Newsom’s appointed Public Health Director resigned, following the news last week of the epic IT data failure that resulted in the supposed undercounting of COVID-19 cases.

Dr. Sonia Angell was only in the position less than a year before she announced her resignation in an email Sunday to her staff. On Monday, despite being asked by several reporters via phone, Newsom would not disclose if he terminated Angell’s employment, but it was clearly obvious that her departure was related to the data “glitch,” and more likely to overall incompetence.

What was so odd is that Gov. Newsom gave an upbeat press conference last Monday Aug. 3, and announced that COVID cases in the state had declined by 21%. The very next day, Newsom was absent from the podium and Dr. Mark Ghaly, California Health and Human Services Agency Secretary, said that the governor’s good news of the 21% decline in COVID “cases” was wrong due to case undercount because of a data “glitch” of the backlogged cases.

The Governor was not seen after last Monday’s press conference when his office revealed the major “glitch” in COVID case data… until this Monday.

The “glitch” supposedly caused up to 295,000 records to be backlogged, but as news reports found, not all of the cases were COVID cases and some will be duplicates, according to Ghaly.

The problem affected the California Reportable Disease Information Exchange, also known as CalREDIE.

And Monday this week, Dr. Angell is out.

It’s not hard to connect some of the dots.

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