Cupertino News July 2020

2020-07-14T12:24:17-07:00

Cupertino News July 2020 July 14, 2020 The latest updates on Covid-19 closures, filing requirements. Also FREE drive through testing, small business grants, and much more. https://mailchi.mp/cupertino-chamber/cupertino-chamber-of-commerce-newsletter-july

Cupertino News July 20202020-07-14T12:24:17-07:00

Governor Announces New Business Closures 7/13/2020

2020-07-13T21:55:57-07:00

July 13, 2020 at 5:09:52 PM PDT Statement of the Santa Clara County Public Health Department regarding the Governor’s announcement: Today, the Governor took bold statewide action to respond to the rapid and troubling growth of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations across California.  Reducing transmission statewide is critical to controlling the pandemic.  According to the State’s website (covid19.ca.gov): Effective immediately, California closes some indoor business operations statewide and additional indoor operations in counties on Monitoring List for 3 consecutive days.  Statewide indoor closures include restaurants, bars and breweries, wineries & tasting rooms, movie theaters, family entertainment centers, zoos and museums, and [...]

Governor Announces New Business Closures 7/13/20202020-07-13T21:55:57-07:00

July 3, 2020 Re-Opening Tool Kit

2020-07-03T11:48:46-07:00

July 3, 2020 Re-opening Toolkit Simple and Direct: Our team at the Cupertino Chamber of Commerce has recently put together a Re-opening Toolkit for the business community. This toolkit will help cut through the noise. It is an important starting point on our road to recovery. Follow us for resources, information, and support for your business and for Cupertino.

July 3, 2020 Re-Opening Tool Kit2020-07-03T11:48:46-07:00

The new Santa Clara County Health Officer Order, issued July 2, 2020

2020-07-02T17:20:46-07:00

https://www.sccgov.org/sites/covid19/Documents/07-02-20_executive_summary.pdf New Order Issued July 2, 2020:  The Health Officer issued a new Order on July 2, 2020.  The County is submitting an application to the State that, if approved, would allow more businesses to open under the State’s Stay-at-Home Order.  The State calls this a “variance.”  If the State approves the County’s application for a variance before July 13, then the Order issued on July 2 goes into effect on July 13.  Otherwise, the Order will go into effect two days after the State approves the County’s variance.  Continue to check the Public Health website for updates.  Below are [...]

The new Santa Clara County Health Officer Order, issued July 2, 20202020-07-02T17:20:46-07:00