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WATCH LIVE: San Francisco officials to give details on orange tier

San Francisco (KGO)- COVID-19 Pandemic It has a huge impact not only on the world, but also on cities in Northern California. The latest number of cases confirmed in the United States is CDC’s 2019 US New Coronavirus Page.. (CDC updates its web page on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.)

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This is the latest development in respiratory disease in the United States.

March 18, 2021


7:25 am
COVID-19 LiveUpdate: Sci-Fi officials provide details on Orange Tier
Today, San Francisco officials will give details on what will change when the city enters the orange layer. City guidelines are expected to be more restrictive than state guidelines. The city will enter the orange layer next week.

March 17, 2021

11:00 am
Mayor of San Francisco commemorates the first anniversary of the stay-at-home order

Mayor of San Francisco London Breed commemorates the first anniversary of the COVID-19 home order coming into effect during the event on Wednesday.

7:00 am
San Mateo Co.Moves to Orange Tier
San Mateo County became the first Bay Area county to return to the Oranges. From today, restaurants can fill up to 50% capacity. The gym and indoor entertainment can be opened with 25% capacity.

March 16, 2021

6:15 pm
San Mateo Co.Stakeholders discuss transition to Orange Tier

Mike Charazy, San Mateo County Manager, attended ABC7’s Getting Answers on Tuesday afternoon to discuss the relaxation of restrictions. This is the first county to return to the orange layer in the Bay Area. Watch the video below to see what it looks like.

12:15 pm
Governor Newsom provides up-to-date information on COVID-19 at Alameda School

Governor Gavin Newsom was at Alameda Elementary School and talked about his ongoing efforts to reopen most California schools for direct study over the next few weeks. So far, about 400,000 educators have been vaccinated in the state, according to Newsam.

To date, a total of 12.6 million doses have been administered throughout the state. In the last 24 hours, Newsome said 464,000 people have been vaccinated. He reminded everyone that the only reason the numbers weren’t even higher was due to limited supply. In the past few weeks, the state has received only 1.7 to 1.8 million doses weekly.

As the number of vaccinations increases, the number of COVID-19 cases continues to plummet. In California, the positive rate of 1.8% has been record low over the past day, with only 1,260 new cases. “If you think about just eight weeks ago, we were 53,000,” Newsom said.

10:40 am
First Case of UK COVID Mutant Detected in Contra Costa County
The test results revealed the first two known cases of a highly infectious British mutant (B.1.117) in Contra Costa County. The B.1.117 variant is called the UK variant because it is believed to have originated in the United Kingdom and is more contagious and probably more deadly than the other variants. These are the first confirmed cases of a British variant in Contra Costa, but county health officer Dr. Chris Farnitano said there is likely to be more undetected in the community. I did.

9:30 am
Legislators demand the end of state-wide COVID-19 restrictions
Congressmen James Gallagher (R-Yuba City) and Kevin Kylie (R-Rocklin) are calling for the removal of state-level COVID-19 restrictions in California to end Governor Newsum’s emergency powers. Introduced Congressional Simultaneous Resolution 46. The resolution is co-authored by other North State leaders, including Congressman Megan Dahle and Senator Brian Dahle and Jim Nielsen.

6:55 am
Bay Area health officials advertise the safety of J & J vaccines
Health officials in all Bay Area counties advertise the safety of Johnson & Johnson’s one-shot vaccine. It comes because many have expressed concern about the effectiveness of the vaccine in clinical trials.

March 15, 2021

12:30 pm
First case in California of a Brazilian COVID-19 mutant found in San Bernardino County

The first case of the COVID-19 mutant, first discovered in Brazil earlier this year in California, was detected in San Bernardino over the weekend, county officials said.get Click here for full text..

6 am
Vaccine eligibility expands today

Starting today, 4.4 million Californians aged 16-64 years in existing health will be prioritized for the COVID-19 vaccine. It can be difficult to schedule until the vaccine supply actually begins to increase.to see Click here for details..

March 14, 2021

2 pm
The 7-day positive rate drops to 2%, state health officials say

The California Public Health Service announced on Sunday that the seven-day positive rate dropped to 2% across the state. There were 2,772 new confirmed cases recorded on Saturday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to date to 3,526,335. The numbers may not represent actual day-to-day changes due to delays in reporting test results. As of Sunday, providers have reported a total of 11,785,750 vaccinations across the state. The CDC reports that 15,702,230 doses were given to businesses in the state and 16,361,975 vaccines were shipped, including the first and second doses.

March 13, 2021
11:35 am
The 7-day positive rate is 2.1%, 3,230 new CA cases, state health officials say.

According to the California Public Health Service, there were 3,523,563 confirmed cases so far in California on Saturday.
As of Friday, there were 3,230 newly recorded confirmed cases in the state.
The 7-day positive rate is 2.1%.
There are 50,889,509 tests conducted in California.
Since the start of the pandemic, there have been 55,095 COVID-19 deaths (217 additional deaths as of Friday).

As of March 13, the provider reported a total of 11,418,507 vaccinations across the state. The CDC reports that 15,702,230 doses were given to businesses in the state and 15,896,795 vaccines were shipped, including the first and second doses.

Hospitalization: 3,250
For ICU: 942

March 12, 2021
1:10 pm

Sonoma, Contra Costa County enters Red Tier on Sunday
Two more Bay Area counties will be in the loosely restricted red layer this weekend, according to the California Public Health Service.

“After reassessing with the new threshold, 13 counties will move to a less restrictive hierarchy from purple (widespread) to red (substantial): Amador, Corsa, Contra Costa, Los Angeles, Mendoshino. , Mono, Orange, Placer, San Benito, San Bernardino, Siskiyou, Sonoma, Tuolumne. 21 counties remain in the purple (extensive) layer, 33 counties remain in the red (real) layer, and 3 are in the orange (medium) layer. One remains in yellow (minimum).) Tier. These changes will take effect on Sunday, March 14, “CDPH said in a statement.

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March 11, 2021
5:35 am
Sci-fi mass site to administer J & J vaccine today
San Francisco today will administer part of the first dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Authorities say there will be 1,000 vaccinations at Citi College’s mass vaccination site.

March 10, 2021

3 pm
California breweries, non-food wineries can now operate outdoors with a purple layer

California health officials have announced that non-food breweries, wineries and distilleries can now operate outdoors with a change in the purple and red layers.Regular customers need to make a reservation, meet the 90 minute time limit, and the onsite consumption service must end by 8 pm
This change will take effect on March 13.

In the orange layer, indoor operation can be started with 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is less. In the yellow layer, indoor operation can increase to 50% of capacity or 200 people, whichever is less.

For more information on what can be resumed at each layer Access this page..

6:10 am
Students returning to the Pleasanton classroom
Pleasanton middle and high school students are back in the classroom. Six campuses will be reopened this morning. Last week, a district elementary school student returned to the classroom.

March 10, 2021
Business resumes in three counties: indoor dining and bay area
Three more Bay Area counties have moved from the purple layer to the less restrictive red layer. Indoor dining and other businesses can now be resumed in the counties of Alameda, Solano and Santa Cruz.

March 9, 2021

10:30 am
Newsom speaks in Los Angeles County

Governor Newsom attended the Los Angeles County Vaccination Clinic on Wednesday to discuss California’s continued progress in the fight against the pandemic and its commitment to vaccination fairness the day after the state’s speech.

3:45 pm
Alcatraz will resume after a year of closure

For the first time since the pandemic began, visitors can enter the prison to tour the prison. I need a mask. The National Park Service also caps 900 visitors per day from Friday to Monday and 600 per day on weekdays. Alcatraz reopened in August for an outdoor-only tour, but was closed again in December during the winter COVID surge.

11:30 am
Disneyland has announced plans to reopen by the end of April

Disney CEO Bob Chapek says California theme parks Disneyland Resort and Disney California Adventure Park will be reopened by late April. This was after state health officials stated that certain outdoor activities, including the reopening of theme parks, could be resumed with limited capacity by April 1 at the earliest. Full text..

10:30 am

Alameda, Solano County officially move to the red layer
Alameda and Solano counties are officially in the red today. Santa Cruz County is also in the red. This means that indoor dining is allowed and museums, gyms and cinemas may be reopened. This is the map Indicates which reopening layer the county is under and what is allowed.

March 8, 2021
12:00 pm
SFUSD leaders will provide up-to-date information on plans to resume
The San Francisco Unified School District leaders provided up-to-date information on the school district’s plans to bring students back to the classroom.

6:15 am
Sci-fi parents propose to change school board
Today, a group of parents in San Francisco announce plans to move the school board to a designated system. They say it will help deal with systematic problems. The announcement will take place on the same day that the school district announces new details about plans to reopen the school.

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