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This time, at least, she has some money left over from her federal Paycheck Protection Program loan. Santa Clara County on Monday backed off from a booster mandate for health care workers at the request of already strained hospitals. It's a stark difference from nearly a year ago when officials closed everything down all nonessential retail, restaurants, schools and offices to get a grip on the contagious coronavirus, an illness most scientists were scrambling to figure out. After Successfully Administering 1.9 Million COVID-19 Vaccinations, County of Santa Clara to Demobilize Mass Testing and Vaccination Locations by Feb. 28. Fridays announcement did not include health officers from San Mateo, Napa, Sonoma, Solano, Santa Cruz or Monterey counties. I the last 3 months we lost nearly 200 people. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group), CUPERTINO, CA - DEC. 4: Restaurant owner Helen Nyugen watches as Jacquelin Kieu adds decorative lights to the outdoor dining tent at Pho Ha Noi restaurant in Cupertino, Calif., Friday, Dec. 4, 2020. If they even mention the words lock down we need to respond with overwhelming violence. Weve seen that from the beginning of this pandemic.. The countyrecently required all of its workers to get the jab to curb further transmission. Data provided by the county showed more than 6,500 cases on Monday. "I don't even know how to process it. Now, Nguyen's bracing as Santa Clara County shuts down outdoor dining Sunday night. Im confident in their program and the measures they instituted for protecting their players, Hernandez said, adding that includes continual player testing. What does COVID-19 do to your body and why does it spread so easily? Thats prompting health officials to reinstate safety guidelinesand raising questions about the possibility of another shutdown. Just understand this fact if it stays the same for 30 days here is the real problem, the new cases in Santa Clara county will be 59,241 NEW CASES ( 5,770 more than it was yesterday which was 53,472). More by Emily Hoeven, Long lines of people wait for more than two hours for a COVID-19 test at a testing site in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles on Jan. 5, 2022. Helen Nguyen only recently received approval from the city of Cupertino after a month of bureaucratic tussles to put up a tent to seat 12 diners outside her Pho Ha Noi restaurant. ABC7 News visited with businesses finally able to reopen, on Monday morning. How long will California be able to avoid shutdowns of schools, health care facilities and businesses if the omicron wave doesnt peak soon? Gavin Newsom announced new restrictions on businesses and activities that were supposed to take effect in mid- to late-December when the regions availability of intensive care beds is expected to fall below 15%. Hair salons, barbershops, nail salons and other personal care services all have to cease operations, both indoors and outdoors. They note that in COVID-19 survivors, the immune systems antibodies evolve during the first year, becoming more potent and better able to resist new variants. The first time the pandemic closed her restaurant, Nguyen sold her jewelry to survive. It reported 167 COVID-related deaths. Her previous roles at the Mercury News include Lowell Thomas award-winning editor of the Travel section, Alameda County bureau chief and Getting Ahead editor. // Los Angeles Times, Firing upheld for California police who played video game during holdup. The clickbait headline triggered the homicidally insane anti-vaxxers, and the article buries the answer (No) in the seventh paragraph. If you have a social bubble, it is now popped.. Protect your nonprofit, nonpartisan state news. again. There have been 32,824 cases in the month of January and in the month of December there were 18,163, which means now that as of today there is an 80% rise in case only up to today versus the ENTIRE month of December, and if you take the entire month daily average and multiply by 21 you can expect to have 68,930 more cases this month which will come to a total of 101,754 cases. Private gatherings of any size, indoor and outdoor, are not allowed. Whats next for the former Frys HQ in San Jose? All journos do now is regurgitate what they are fed. Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco and Santa Clara counties, for example, are enforcing stay-at-home orders through Jan. 4, 2021. A city of 8.5 million people, New York City announced Tuesday that it will require vaccination proof for most indoors settingsa move that San Francisco officials are also considering, according to news reports. However, the state is asking all Californians to stop traveling, even if your region isn't under a stay-at-home order. By clicking subscribe, you agree to the Terms. Professional sports can continue without live audiences, according to the state's guidelines. Outdoor playgrounds, barbershops, hair salons and personal care services, museums, campgrounds, zoos and aquariums, theaters, wineries, bars, breweries, distilleries, family entertainment centers, card rooms, live sports and amusement parks must close. Will state resurrect COVID sick leave? (Ray Chavez/Bay Area News Group), OAKLAND, CA - DECEMBER 2: Visitors take photos at the Blue Planet which is part of the new exhibit Glowfari at Oakland Zoo in Oakland, Calif., on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2020. AND THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA IS GOING TO BE FORCED TO EXTEND MORATORIUMS AND UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE AGAIN. The new exhibit features hundreds of larger than life animal lanterns and interactive attractions, and a ride in the gondolas take visitors to the Land of the Lost section where the dinosaurs world and view of the bay awaits atop the Oakland hills. I have said this for years! Restaurants can only stay open for takeout or delivery. With regards to the state the 7 day average of new cases is 74,709 from yesterdays 74,599 and the state 7 day average is 78 deaths per day (it decreased 20 in 2 days) which means if stays that way 2,340 people WILL DIE!. And once you finish your plan, compare it to those created by others and share it on social media. INTERACTIVE TIMELINE: How close was CA to becoming a NY-level crisis? On the day that gyms, hair-and-nail salons and churches were allowed to reopen, Santa Clara county officials said Monday that they will likely be ordered to shut down again in two days. Gov. "If they don't ever let me be a personal trainer and coach people- this is what I love. Businesses hire people; unions dont hire anyone. Restaurants are also shuttering across the state, and the mayors of Los Angeles, San Francisco, Oakland and San Rafael recently joined 21 others across the country in begging Congress to provide emergency relief to stave off permanent closures and catastrophic economic impacts. And we may lose customers permanently in the future. Stay positive turn off news . THEREFORE, HE SAID, GIVING THOSE INDIVIDUALS A THIRD DOSE OF THE SAME VACCINE WOULD LIKELY RESULT IN HIGHER LEVELS OF ANTIBODIES THAT REMAIN LESS EFFECTIVE AGAINST VARIANTS., I AM CERTAIN THAT THE MEDICAL COMMUNITY IS IN AN UNWINNABLE POSITION. But if these people can be PREVENTED from being infected, WHY NOT? Santa Clara County, which reported 362 new cases on Friday, is expected to move back into the red tier as soon as next Tuesday. While critics have blamed Bay Area health officials for being too aggressive over the course of the pandemic, many health experts say they have taken the right measures at the right time to slow the spread of the virus. Still, restaurant owners reacted with alarm to the quicker timeline for closing on-site dining. THIS IS NOT A PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY IT IS A CRUEL METHOD OF ABUSING THE PEOPLE OF CALIFORNIA. The county is expected to tally its homeless residents in a biennial count next yearthe first since 2018 after COVID canceled the 2020 homeless census. As of 01/07/2022 there was 15,909 cases total NEW CASES for the week starting 12/31/2021 (2,000 more cases than yesterday) all variants in Santa Clara County AND there are only 30 ICU beds out of 3800 (4 beds less than yesterday) . Last week, a coalition of bars and restaurants in San Francisco started requiring proof of vaccinationto enter, and some establishments in San Jose are following suit. Zoom chops nearly 200 jobs in Bay Area as tech layoffs mount Whats next for the former Frys HQ in San Jose? // Associated Press, California budget surplus could lead to early CalPERS debt payments. In California, the Delta variant accounts for nearly 85% of cases analyzed in July, a jump from 5.9% just two months prior, according tothe California Department of Public Health. Santa Clara County also has a plan to end homelessness by 2025, but those plans have drawn much skepticism from those who have waited years and seen little results. If you have a question or comment about the coronavirus pandemic, submit yours via the form below or here. BUT FIVE MONTHS LATER, VACCINE-INDUCED ANTIBODIES WERE EQUIVALENT TO THOSE SEEN AFTER THE SECOND DOSE, WITH LITTLE MEASURABLE IMPROVEMENT IN THE ANTIBODIES ABILITY TO NEUTRALIZE A BROAD VARIETY OF NEW VARIANTS, SAID COAUTHOR MICHEL NUSSENZWEIG. Donate now. Business is slow. On the same day gyms, and nail and hair salons were able to reopen to customers across Santa Clara County, those small business owners got the news, they'd once again have to close. Track progress on 6 key metrics to reopening here, Reopening California: What's opening and when in the Bay Area, Everything we know about CA businesses opening and what comes next, Life after COVID-19: Here's what restaurants, gyms will look like, Here's everything allowed to open in CA (and what we're still waiting on). I recommend a peaceful protest for those who believe Faucis statement from Feb. 2020that masks dont work. A full list of essential work can be found here. And nearly 4,000 prison workers were COVID-positive on Tuesday, a more than 212% increase from the beginning of the month. Maddox was getting ready to reopen next Monday. However, County Public Health leaders said the county has been monitored since Sunday. The new orders include the region's. In San Francisco and Santa Clara County, 87% of residents of all ages have received at least one dose of vaccine; better than the rates for L.A. and Orange counties, which is 75%; and far. On Friday, the state listed the intensive-care availability in the Bay Area region at 25.3%. "I mean, before you know it's going be a year. The Bay Area orders dont alter the rules Newsom announced Thursday, said Santa Clara County Health Officer Dr. Sara Cody. He graduated from the University of North Texas with a degree in print/digital reporting and a minor in political science and German. // Mercury News, The true story behind the West Coasts only native oyster. December 20, 2010. Please contact CalMatters with any commentary questions: commentary@calmatters.org. Economy | As of 01/10/2022 there was 23,764 cases total NEW CASES for the week starting 01/04/2022. No ones calling for violence and calling for violence isnt Trumpist. This is your newsroom. Lunchtime traffic has dried up with most people working from home, and hes lost months of business at SAP Center, where he had a stand, with that facility shut down since March. Emailemily@calmatters.org. CUPERTINO, CA - DEC. 4: Restaurant owner Helen Nyugen sorts through decorative lights being added to the outdoor dining tent at her Pho Ha Noi restaurant in Cupertino, Calif., Friday, Dec. 4, 2020. Schools that have already received a waiver to reopen before the stay-at-home order can continue to do in-person learning. We were six or seven of us, and now were just four, Torres said of hairdressers at Textures Hair Design. // Sacramento Bee, How Newsoms proposed budget could help ports shore up supply chain, reduce pollution. THE FACT IS THAT THERE ARE ISSUES AT PLAY HERE. Tuesday was a big day for the Assembly Health Committee, which pushed forward three controversial bills that failed to advance last year. And again, if only 5% require any hospitalization it will come to 5,087 people needing medical attention. "If you have a social bubble, it is now popped.". Clickhereto find available walk-up vaccination clinics in San Jose. Photo by Emily Mibach. more laws that sound like they help, but only help the rich get richer and the poor more ghetoized and futureless and the borderline homeless, there is nothing to be done as you vote for the worst possible people who lack capacity for abstract thought and unbias analysis. // San Francisco Chronicle. As a result, indoor dining will be suspended on the same day. Newsom announced a regional stay-at-home order as an "emergency brake" to curb the rampant spread of COVID-19 in California. Los Angeles County on Tuesday urged residents to postpone nonessential gatherings and avoid some activities. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group), CUPERTINO, CA - DEC. 4: Bao Nguyen adds decorative lights to an outdoor dining tent at Pho Ha Noi restaurant in Cupertino, Calif., Friday, Dec. 4, 2020. App users: For a better experience, click here to view the full map in a new window, Storm timeline: Here's how much more rain is expected, Another freight train derails in Ohio, prompting shelter-in-place, At least 13 people are dead as severe storms sweep across US. all have to shut down. White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre also dismissed concerns of another lockdown in a briefing last Friday and urged the nation to continue its vaccination efforts. As of Monday, Santa Clara County ranked second among the 10 Bay Area counties. "So I don't know how we're going to get out of here at the rate that we're at.". The new exhibit features hundreds of larger than life animal lanterns and interactive attractions, and a ride in the gondolas take visitors to the Land of the Lost section where the dinosaurs world and view of the bay awaits atop the Oakland hills. "Workers manufacturing or providing parts and equipment that enable the maintenance and continued operation of essential businesses and facilities are considered essential," the California Department of Public Health told ABC7 News. Data provided by the county showed more than 6,500 cases on Monday. Published November 28, 2020. . Except for the fact that the ICU beds will be long gone. "Because we have the resources to make sure that doesn't happen.". "We're going to need everybody's help," said Santa Clara County Supervisor Cindy Chavez. Locally, the Delta variant accounts for 345 positive infections as of July 29, Santa Clara County data shows. This week, Santa Clara County and seven other Bay Areagovernmentsissued new rulesrequiring residents to mask up indoors in public places regardless of vaccination status. See the full guidelines here. This is a busy time, so when we close its going to be very bad for us.. Yep start it up again spotlight leave it to these guys Sick of this crap Shut off the news!! If we close, we lose money and we dont have enough to pay the rent or the utilities, Zo said. So this will obviously be another hit.. 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Offices (outside of critical infrastructure) should only do remote work wherever possible. California coronavirus shutdown will last through Christmas as deaths explode past 20,000 Kelsy Tasem, 11, left, and sister Mackenzi, 14, have their socially distanced photo taken with Santa,. Bay Area health officers Friday said they are already seeing indications that Thanksgiving gatherings are driving new infections. Just because someone went to in n out instead of working out or is to stupid to move to a more affordable place not my problem tired of caring. "Is this happening again? Emily DeRuy is the Bay Area News Group's housing and economy editor overseeing coverage for The Mercury News and East Bay Times. With regards to the state the 7 day average of new cases is 35,418 from yesterdays 32,001 (and increase of nearly 3417) and the state 7 day average is 54 deaths per day. THE VIRUS MUTATES, AND WE CANT KEEP UP. BUT the region has only Santa Clara County, San Mateo County, Santa Cruz County, San Francisco County, Marin County, Contra Costa County and Alameda County, which has a total of 273 open ICU beds at this time. The situation is similarly dire in other workplaces. And after a long stalemate, theres been some movement in Congress this week around another federal stimulus package that could include money for small business loans, unemployment benefits and renter protections. Youth and adult recreational sports are both on hold until Jan. 25 at the earliest. // Alta Online, Endangered salmon are appearing in Marin where they havent been in years. its poison media lies glad people waking up by the posts living life .thats awsome people who continue their know it all I got a degree post continue fear doom and gloom had enough the last year !!. How safe is your neighborhood? At Santana Row, the Left Bank family of restaurants, which includes traditional sit-down favorite Meso Mediterranean, isn't just relying on in-person dining. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group), OAKLAND, CA - DECEMBER 2: Jessica, no last names provided, and her kids Cruz P. Left, and Elliott P. 3, of Oakland, walk down the stairs after their visit to the Land of the Lost section which is part of the new exhibit Glowfari at Oakland Zoo in Oakland, Calif., on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2020. Randy Musterer, owner of Sushi Confidential in San Jose and Campbell, has been busy adding outdoor patio seating and heating in preparation for winter. There are only 11,815 available beds NOW in the state which means 4,682 people are out of luck!!! With regards to the state the 7 day average of new cases is 74,577 from yesterdays 62,094 (an increase of nearly 12,100) and the state 7 day average is 77 deaths per day (it decreased 20 in 2 days) which means if stays that way 2,310 people WILL DIE!. Health | Again if you take my 5% requiring hospitalization you will need 164,968 beds and if only 10% of those need ICUS then you will need 16,497 ICU beds. Eliminating sit-down service likely will force some restaurants into temporary hibernation, while others close permanently, according to Laurie Thomas, executive director of San Franciscos Golden Gate Restaurant Association, which represents hundreds of restaurants in the city. Comments are moderated and approved by administrators. Now, some arent sure theyll survive another closure. Follow CalMatters onFacebookandTwitter. By. Barbershops and hair and nail salons, which had only recently reopened after a long and excruciating shutdown, will close again. China dismisses FBI statement that COVID-19 likely leaked from Wuhan lab With regards to the state since Jan 1st we have had 1,185,642 cases and the 7 day average of new cases is 100,653 from yesterdays 74,709 (a difference of 25,944) and if you add the moving average for the rest of the month there will be a total of 3,299,355 and since the population of California is 39,510,000 that means by the end of the month about 8.3% of the state will be infected. Get Morning Report and other email newsletters. Santa Clara County on Monday backed off from a booster mandate for health care workers at the request of already strained hospitals. Subscribe to CalMatters free daily newsletter to get news and commentary that holds your elected leaders accountable. What could reparations mean for Black residents of Alameda County? There's bad news on the #coronavirus front for #Santa Clara County, but it's also a "call to action," according to one county leader. 02/01/2023. Drop your shields immediately., Then die in ignorance. CalMatters columnist Dan Walters: Californias school crisis gets short shrift in Newsoms budget proposal. Now given that there are 1,928,000 people in Santa Clara County some would argue that 68,181 is nothing to be concerned about. document.getElementById( "ak_js_2" ).setAttribute( "value", ( new Date() ).getTime() ); document.getElementById( "ak_js_3" ).setAttribute( "value", ( new Date() ).getTime() ); The 20% of people who havent been vaccinated can deal with the 1% chance of death. As of 01/08/2022 there was 13,909 cases total NEW CASES for the week starting 01/01/2022 (BUT THE DATA WAS MISSING REGARDING JAN 7) all variants in Santa Clara County AND there are only 30 ICU beds out of 3800 (4 beds less than yesterday) . Salons were shut down more than half. It's so hard.". Hospital beds statewide filled to their highest point of the pandemic, with 8,831 patients currently hospitalized, including 2,066 of them in intensive care. Things were going well, said Erin Harrison, the zoos vice president of marketing. Period! Economy | CalMatters is dedicated to explaining how state government impacts our lives. Movie theaters, museums, zoos, bars, wineries, cardrooms, amusement parks and family entertainment services (like bowling alleys, laser tag, mini golf, etc.) latest stories and videos about the coronavirus here. !function(){"use strict";window.addEventListener("message",(function(e){if(void 0!==e.data["datawrapper-height"]){var t=document.querySelectorAll("iframe");for(var a in e.data["datawrapper-height"])for(var r=0;r

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