The California Department of Public Health announced that effective today, January 25, the Bay Area region meets the criteria to exit the Regional Stay at Home Order due to encouraging long-term projections for ICU bed availability.
Alameda County has received a little over 85,000 doses to date as noted on our website.
In order to increase the pace of COVID-19 vaccine distribution to those at greatest risk, the state is prioritizing individuals 65 and older to receive the vaccine as demand subsides among health care workers.
The State’s Regional Stay at Home Order will remain in effect until lifted by the state. Alameda County is part of the Bay Area Region and ICU bed capacity has steadily declined over the past several weeks.
Governor Newsom Announces Immediate Assistance for Businesses Impacted by COVID-19 Including Temporary Tax Relief and $500 Million in Grants
The Governor announced the creation of a $500 million COVID Relief Grant administered by the California Office of the Small Business Advocate (CalOSBA) at the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development for small businesses that have been impacted by COVID and the health and safety restrictions.
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.
Alameda County Health Officer, Dr. Nicholas Moss, returns with an update on COVID-19 and the latest Alameda County Health Order. You will have an opportunity to ask questions at the end of Dr. Moss' presentation. Livermore Valley Chamber of Commerce has partnered with the Dublin and Pleasanton Chambers of Commerce to bring you [...]
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.