May 4, 2020 Shelter-in-Place Order


Executive Summary This updated Order continues to restrict most activity to essential functions and needs. But because of progress we have collectively achieved in slowing the spread of the disease and limiting hospitalizations, the Order allows certain additional essential businesses and activities to resume, allows certain low-risk outdoor businesses to being operating again, and authorizes certain additional outdoor activities to take place even though they are not essential. The new Order also introduces a framework to guide the Health Officer’s decisions about further easing of restrictions, focusing on progress achieved addressing COVID-19 and ensuring that there are adequate health care [...]

May 4, 2020 Shelter-in-Place Order2020-05-27T15:24:46-07:00

Free Child Care for Frontline Healthcare Workers


As a health care worker, you are on the frontlines of the fight against COVID-19 — and we know you are in need of care, too. High-quality, safe, and nurturing child care is essential so you can get to work and have the peace-of-mind to focus on your critical job. Cisco and Bright Horizons have partnered with #FirstRespondersFirst to open this special child care hub that can meet the needs of you and your child. The center will operate with special COVID-19 protocols in place, including limited capacity and small group sizes, enhanced teacher: child ratios, and intensive hygiene and [...]

Free Child Care for Frontline Healthcare Workers2020-05-27T15:25:31-07:00

Business Update from Business Liaison County of Santa Clara Emergency Operations Center


COVID-19 Update: Wednesday, April 15, 2020Date: April 15, 2020 at 8:45:42 AM PDT Dear Community Partners, We write to provide our latest update related to the County’s COVID-19 response efforts. Top of mind for many people is when can our Shelter in Place Order be eased and what criteria need to be met before we move into the next phase of the effort. This was the topic of the latest press conference held by Dr. Sara Cody. After there is a sustained reduction in cases, we must have adequate hospital capacity to safely serve everyone. This is not only beds [...]

Business Update from Business Liaison County of Santa Clara Emergency Operations Center2020-05-27T15:25:49-07:00
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