Published On: Tue, Apr 28th, 2020

Stay-at-home sequence for 7 million Bay Area residents extended to finish of May

A stay-at-home sequence for several San Francisco Bay Area counties will be extended by a finish of May due to a COVID-19 pandemic, a preference that affects 7 million residents and thousands of businesses.

The Public Health Officers of a Counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara as good as a City of Berkeley pronounced in a corner matter released Monday that it will emanate revised shelter-in-place orders after this week. The new sequence will palliate some specific restrictions for what a health officers from a counties described as a “small series of series of lower-risk activities.”

The stay-at-home orders were set to end May 3. Details per this subsequent proviso will be common after in a week, along with a updated order.

The counties are home to thousands of startups and record companies that includes Apple, Facebook, Google, Salesforce, Twitter, Tesla and Uber.

“Thanks to a common bid and scapegoat of a 7 million residents opposite a jurisdictions, we have done estimable swell in negligence a widespread of a novel coronavirus, ensuring a internal hospitals are not impressed with COVID-19 cases, and saving lives,” a health officers pronounced in a corner statement. “At this theatre of a pandemic, however, it is vicious that a common efforts continue so that we do not remove a swell we have achieved together.”

The open health officials pronounced Monday that hospitalizations have leveled, though some-more work is indispensable to safely re-open communities and warned that “prematurely lifting restrictions could lead to a vast swell in cases.”

The health officers devise to also recover a set of extended indicators used to lane swell in preparedness and response to COVID-19, in fixing with a horizon being used by a rest of a state.

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