Keith Crosby, the pastor of Hillside Church in San Jose, urges Santa Clara County to ease public health rules on places of worship.
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Santa Clara County isn't the hotspot it was in the first months of the pandemic, but old challenges linger and new questions have emerged.
The county’s chief health officer talks about what would have happened had she not issued the nation’s first sweeping stay-at-home order.
County Public Health Officer Dr. Sara Cody issued the revisions to the mandate, saying private providers need to step up to the plate.
Armed-to-the-hilt South County resident Alan Viarengo was arrested for sending dozens of threatening letters to Dr. Sara Cody.
Public Health Officer Dr. Sara Cody issues a new stay-at-home order that extends through at least the third day of May.
County Public Health Officer Dr. Sara Cody has issued revised guidelines for the public on how to slow the COVID-19 outbreak.
Approximately 80 school locations have been identified in Santa Clara County for on-site COVID vaccinations. The first locations opened today with vaccinations being provided by the county’s Mobile Vaccination Teams.
The way Americans communicate and perceive each other—often at first glance—has changed since the election of former President Donald Trump.
The ban on flavored tobacco aligns with state and federal regulations so retailers that sell hookah or hookah related products would be exempt from the ban. but more than 650 San Jose tobacco retailers will have to make the shift.
The county order, which goes into effect at 12:01 am Tuesday, Aug. 3, “is made in light of the recent significant increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Santa Clara County due primarily to the Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.”
Santa Clara County has the nation’s highest vaccination rate among large counties, and one of the highest vaccination rates among all counties, according to CDC data. As of June 20, 2021, 80% of residents aged 12 and older have received their first dose, and over 71% of residents aged 12 and older were fully vaccinated.
With Covid-19 vaccination rates approaching 80 percent, sites are no longer needed, so some sites will be closing in the next few weeks, Santa Clara County health officials say.
With more than 75% of eligible people at least partially vaccinated, health officials said it’s safe to go to the office.
Bars in both counties will also be allowed to reopen indoors at 25% capacity or 100 people.
Two new variants detected in New York, three cases of the South Africa variant and one case first detected in Japan/Brazil have been found in the county.