The State announced today that the availability of intensive care unit (ICU) beds has fallen below 15 percent in the Bay Area Region.
Alameda County Prepares for Vaccine Distribution to Frontline Hospital Workers and 911 First Responders
Alameda County expects its first shipments of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine as soon as December 15 and is planning for safe, equitable and broad distribution.
Bay Area Health Officers Move to Implement the State’s New Regional Stay Home Order, Not Waiting Until Local Hospitals Are Near Crisis to Act
Yesterday, Governor Newsom announced that all sectors other than retail and essential operations would be closed in regions of the State where less than 15 percent of ICU beds are available under a new Regional Stay Home Order. Although health officials throughout the Bay Area are glad to see the State take action in light of the rapidly escalating surge in hospitalizations statewide.
The State announced today that they will use regional availability of intensive care unit (ICU) beds to implement a Regional Stay-At-Home Order. The State’s Order would go into effect when a region’s ICU availability falls below 15 percent and would remain in effect for a minimum of three weeks.
Livermore City Council Authorized the use of Matching Funds for the Alameda County CARES Grant Program
At Monday’s meeting, the City Council authorized the use of $1,000,000 in matching funds for the Alameda County CARES Grant program. This action creates a pool of $2,000,000 that Livermore businesses can apply for at $5,000 per business, which can be used for rent, payroll, and other expenditures. DEADLINE TO APPLY IS NOV. 30
The State announced today a limited Stay at Home Order generally requiring that non-essential work, movement, and gatherings stop between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. PST in counties in the Purple Tier.
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Starting at 12:01 a.m. on November 18 previously open sectors and activities are restricted to State’s Purple Tier allowances and restrictions
iven recent increases in the COVID-19 case rate in Alameda County, and the rise in cases across the Bay Area and the state, we have temporarily paused plans to open additional activities.
The recommendations cover gatherings and travel, with recommended steps to reduce risk.