Alameda County is in the Orange (Moderate) Tier on the State's color-coded Blueprint for a Safer Economy.
Alameda County Permits New Indoor Activities as Case Rates, Testing Positivity and Hospitalizations Remain Stable
Alameda County Permits New Indoor Activities as Case Rates, Testing Positivity and Hospitalizations Remain Stable. The following activities may start as soon as Friday, October 23.
The state announced that Alameda County is in the Orange Tier of the color-coded four-tier Blueprint for a Safer Economy because it has met the State’s metrics for the Tier for at least two weeks.
Alameda County Meets New Equity Metric, Allows Elementary Schools to Open if Ready, and Phases in Some Indoor Activities
This new metric is in addition to the overall testing positivity rate and case rate requirements within the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy and will go into effect on October 6.
Governor Gavin Newsom announced that Alameda County received $14.5M in the first round of awards for Homekey, California’s innovative $600 million program to purchase.
The County of Alameda is partnering with the City of Alameda to bring pop-up testing to the island’s residents and workers.
Local County Health Officials Offer Guidance on How to Celebrate Halloween and Día de Los Muertos Safely and Prevent Spreading COVID-19 Among Friends and Neighbors.
On Tuesday, September 22, the State announced an update to its color-coded four-tier Blueprint for a Safer Economy to allow nail salons to operate indoors even in the most restrictive Purple Tier.
Last month the State announced their color-coded four-tier Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Today the State announced that Alameda County is in the Red Tier. This is a tier below Purple, and still reflects the substantial risk of COVID-19 in our county.
This week Alameda County advanced to the Red Tier in California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. This progress reflects continued downward trends in COVID-19 cases and test positivity rates in Alameda County.