Coronavirus updates: hair salons and barbershops to reopen in Contra Costa County

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LAST June 16, 3:30 p.m. New data analysis by Marin IJ found that 44% of new positive coronavirus tests done in California involve people 35 and under. This percentage is up substantially from 29% just a month ago.

“This may reflect the opening of California since mid-May, especially among young people who may have started to move away from social distancing and uniform mask use practices,” said the epidemiologist. Californian George Lemp at Marin IJ.

Learn more here.

June 16, 1:50 p.m., San Mateo County was approved on Tuesday to proceed to Step 3 of the state’s reopening plan, which means that barbershops, barbershops, schools, and restaurant restaurants among other businesses selected, will now be able to open when the county issues the new health order, KGO reported.

The county filed for certification Friday and was approved this week, but officials at San Mateo have yet to announce when the companies will be allowed to reopen locally.

June 16, 1:40 p.m. Hairdressers and barber shops in Contra Costa County will be allowed to reopen on Wednesday, provided they meet state health guidelines to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Some rules require employees to wash their hands frequently and wear masks at all times.

The new ordinance also allows swimmers to share a pool, one for every 75 square feet, and states that up to 100 people can attend funerals or other religious gatherings at the interior as long as everyone is socially distant.

June 16, 1:15 p.m. Here is an overview of the new cases reported on Tuesday in the Bay Area counties. This list will be updated as more countries publish information.

– Alameda County has reported additional cases, bringing the total to 4,481. The death toll remains at 112.

– Contra Costa County reported additional cases on Tuesday, for a total of 2,026. The county also reported five new deaths, with a toll of 49.

– Napa County has announced nine new cases, bringing the total to 199. The death toll remains three.

– Sonoma County added seven new cases for a total of 765. The death toll remains four.

– Santa Clara County has announced 28 new cases, bringing the total to 3,254. The death toll remains at 151.

– San Francisco reported 19 new cases, bringing its total to 2,971. The death toll remains at 46.

– San Mateo announced 31 new cases to bring its total to 2,625. The death toll remains at 99.

June 16, 12:30 p.m. San Francisco director of public health, Dr. Grant Colfax, presented a color-coded indicator system at a virtual press conference on Tuesday, explaining that each of the four colors will help guide city officials and law enforcement officials health on shelters. efforts in place in the city. The indicators are now on the city’s health data tracker and will be updated weekly.

Each color is influenced by several factors: success rates for contact tracing, weekly changes in hospitalization rates and the number of available intensive care and acute care beds, the average number of new daily cases, the number means of tests collected daily and the percentage of categories with sufficient PPE for a 30-day Period. Currently, the city is located between level 1 (green) and level 2 (yellow).

“We will use these indicators, as well as additional information that continues to be developed, as we are still in a changing environment,” he said. “We will take information locally, regionally, at the state level and at the national level to help inform and develop our approach … In the end, the reopening concerns shared risk. Shared risk and shared responsibility. “

Colfax also raised the question of whether mass protests could create an upsurge of new cases.

“We are still waiting to see if there is a correlation between the cases of the protests,” he said. “I have no reason to believe that a demonstration would create a more complicated situation [pour les traceurs de contacts] than the many complex and complicated situations they deal with in terms of partner notifications. “

June 16, 11:30 a.m. The state of California confirmed 3,469 new cases of coronavirus on Monday, a number that has drawn the attention of critics of the Governor of California’s plan to reopen businesses. New cases bring the total across the state to 155,596, and 31 new confirmed deaths bring the death toll to 5,113 in the state.

Newsom cited the state’s low hospitalization rate as a reason for efforts to reopen green lighting. A slight increase in such cases Monday to 4,323, an increase of 76 since Friday. The Mercury News reports that the increase is the “first increase in the total number of hospitalizations since June 9”.

June 16, 11:03 a.m. Here is an overview of the new cases reported on Tuesday in the Bay Area counties. This list will be updated as more countries publish information.

– San Francisco reported 19 new cases, bringing its total to 2,971. The death toll remains at 46.

– San Mateo announced 31 new cases to bring its total to 2,625. The death toll remains at 99.

June 16, 10:50 a.m. Santa Clara County has announced that it will offer free COVID-19 testing at six transitory locations in Cupertino, Los Altos, Palo Alto and San Jose.

The test is available without an appointment, insurance or doctor’s note, and regardless of immigration status.

Find more information and sign up for an appointment on the Santa Clara County Public Health Department website.

June 16, 8:20 a.m. Three workers from a Sonoma county winery tested positive for COVID-19 this week, according to the Democratic press.

The employees worked in production and had no contact with the public in their work.

Sonoma County health official Dr. Sundari Mase did not name the cellar and told the Democratic press: “I cannot, from a public health perspective, give it to you”

The news comes after 14 workers at a county winery tested positive last month.

As of June 14, Sonoma County has 758 confirmed cases, up from 36 in the past 24 hours, Mase said in a Facebook video message on Monday. The county has implemented approximately 35,000 tests.

The county has allowed wineries to open tasting rooms with safety protocols in place on Friday. Previously, wineries could only serve wine if a catering service was also provided. Now they can offer tastings without food, said Mase.

The modification of the order does not allow the reopening of bars and pubs without meal service.

June 16, 7:30 a.m. The total number of coronavirus cases worldwide exceeded 8 million on Tuesday morning, according to Johns Hopkins University. There have been 436,000 deaths.

In the United States, 2.11 million people tested positive and 116,000 died.

Coronavirus in the Greater Bay Area: An Overview by County

ALAMEDA COUNTY : 4,481 confirmed cases, 112 deaths

What is open beyond essential businesses : outdoor shopping and activities, retail and manufacturing

For more information on Alameda County, visit the public health website.

COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA : 2,026 confirmed cases, 49 deaths

What is open beyond essential companies: outdoor shopping and activities, retail and manufacturing, car washes, pet groomers, outdoor museums, outdoor restaurants, swimming pools, outdoor religious services.

For more information on Contra Costa County, visit the public health department’s website.

LAKE COUNTY : 34 confirmed cases

What is open beyond essential businesses : the outdoor businesses and activities, retail, manufacturing, car washes, pet groomers, outdoor museums, offices where telework is not possible, have received approval from the state to open restaurants, malls and schools

For more information on Lake County, visit the Ministry of Public Health website.

MARINE COUNTY : 725 confirmed cases, 17 deaths

What is open beyond essential businesses : outdoor shopping and activities, retail and manufacturing, car washes, pet groomers, outdoor museums, outdoor dining, outdoor religious services.

For more information on Marin County, visit the Ministry of Public Health website.

MONTEREY COUNTY : 1,015 confirmed cases, 12 deaths

What is open beyond essential businesses: outdoor businesses and activities, retail, manufacturing, car washes, pet groomers, outdoor museums, offices or telework is not possible, have received state approval to open restaurants, malls and schools

For more information on Monterey County, visit the public health department’s website.

NAPA COUNTY : 199 cases, 3 deaths

What is open beyond essential businesses : outdoor shopping and activities, retail, manufacturing, car washes, pet groomers, outdoor museums, offices where telework is not possible, has received state approval to open restaurants, shopping malls, schools and hair salons

For more information on Napa County, visit the public health department’s website.

SAN BENITO COUNTY : 129 confirmed cases, 2 deaths

What is open beyond essential businesses: outdoor businesses and activities, retail, manufacturing, car washes, pet groomers, outdoor museums, offices or telework is not possible, have received state approval to open restaurants, malls and schools

For more information on San Benito County, visit the public health department’s website.

SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY : 2,971 confirmed cases, 46 deaths

What is open beyond essential businesses : outdoor activities and activities, retail and manufacturing, outdoor dining

For more information on San Francisco County, visit the public health department’s website.

SAN MATEO COUNTY : 2,594 confirmed cases, 99 deaths

What’s open beyond essential businesses: outdoor activities and activities, retail and manufacturing, car washes, pet groomers, outdoor museums, outdoor restaurants, swimming pools, outdoor religious services air

For more information on San Mateo County, visit the public health department’s website.

SANTA CLARA COUNTY : 3,254 confirmed cases, 151 deaths

What is open beyond essential businesses : outdoor activities and activities; retail and manufacturing, pet grooming, outdoor dining

For more information on Santa Clara County, visit the public health department’s website.

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY : 260 confirmed cases, 2 deaths

What is open beyond essential businesses: outdoor businesses and activities, retail, manufacturing, car washes, pet groomers, outdoor museums, offices or telework is not possible, have received state approval to open restaurants, malls and schools

For more information on Santa Cruz County, visit the public health department’s website.

SOLANO COUNTY : 685 confirmed cases, 23 deaths

What is open beyond essential businesses : all “low risk” businesses that can comply with physical distance guidelines; has received state approval to open restaurants, malls, schools and hair salons

For more information on Solano County, visit the public health department’s website.

SONOMA COUNTY : 785 confirmed cases, 4 deaths

What’s open beyond essential businesses: Outdoor businesses and activities, retail, manufacturing, car washes, pet groomers, outdoor museums, offices where telework is not possible, received state approval to open dine-in restaurants, shopping malls, schools, and hair salons.

For more information on Sonoma County, visit the public health department website.


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