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Eleven Bay Area Health Officers to Lift Most Indoor Mask Mandates on February 16

In alignment with the State, the Bay Area counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Monterey, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Cruz, Solano, Sonoma, and the City of Berkeley will lift universal mask requirements for most indoor public settings beginning Wednesday, February 16.

2022-02-10T11:16:16-08:00February 10, 2022|News|0 Comments

Alameda County to Ease Masking Requirementsfor Fully Vaccinated People in Limited Indoor Settings

With COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations declining, on November 1 the County of Alameda will ease masking requirements in certain indoor settings where everyone is fully vaccinated.

2021-10-29T15:54:04-07:00October 29, 2021|News|0 Comments

Bay Area Health Officers Issue Criteria for Lifting COVID-19 Indoor Masking Requirements

As decisions to vaccinate and wear face coverings indoors drive down COVID-19 case rates and hospitalizations, health officers for the nine Bay Area jurisdictions that require face coverings in most indoor public spaces today reached consensus on criteria to lift those health orders under certain conditions.

2021-10-08T14:42:22-07:00October 8, 2021|News|0 Comments

Adult Care Facilities and Direct Care Worker Vaccine Requirement

Adult and senior care facilities, and settings within which direct care and services are provided, as identified in this order, are high-risk settings where COVID-19 transmission and outbreaks can have severe consequences for vulnerable populations resulting in hospitalization, severe illness, and death.

2021-10-01T15:17:49-07:00October 1, 2021|News|0 Comments

Vaccine Verification or Negative Testing Requirement to Indoor Mega Events

Although vaccinations provide a powerful protection against COVID-19 hospitalization and death, the Delta variant, which is currently the most common strain of COVID-19 in California, is highly transmissible and may cause more severe illness.

2021-08-23T12:46:51-07:00August 23, 2021|News|0 Comments
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