Alameda County's Plan

Alameda County announced changes to its Shelter in Place order.   Below is the quick summary of the key changes.  The new order allows certain businesses and small social gatherings to resume, under specific conditions. The measured steps towards re-opening are designed to avoid a spike in new COVID-19 cases that could overwhelm our health care system. The County's updated order and announcement details are online at
Beginning at 8:00 a.m. on June 8, 2020, business providing “limited services,” with limited person-to-person contact and permitted to operate under the State Resilience Roadmap, including dog walkers and pet grooming services, may operate in the County of Alameda. Limited services providers shall comply with Site-Specific Protection Plan set forth in the Order and with the requirements set forth in the Limited Services Industry Guidance published by CDPH and DIR ( (Added June 5, 2020

This order continues to maintain restrictions on movement and public and private gatherings set forth in the Health Officer's May 18, 2020 Shelter in Place Order. However, in light of the continued progress toward controlling the spread of COVID-19 in the County of Alameda and neighboring jurisdictions, this Order allows certain additional business, recreational, social, and cultural activities to resume.


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