Shelter in Place Orders Extended

The health departments from seven Bay Area counties and the City of Berkeley have extended their respective shelter in place orders to at least May 1.
The stay-at-home orders were initially planned to last until April 7, but public health officials said from the outset that they could be extended, depending on the regional spread of COVID-19. San Francisco's Department of Emergency Management confirmed that seven jurisdictions planned to extend their shelter-in-place orders today: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Santa Clara, San Francisco and San Mateo counties, as well as the city of Berkeley, which has its own health department.

It was not immediately clear whether Sonoma, Napa and Solano counties would also extend their health orders through next month.

Summary of Changes to Alameda County Order
Summary of Changes to Contra Costa County Order
BOMA OEB Coronavirus Resources Page


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