June 23, 2020
COVID-19 Community Update
As of this afternoon, there are 72 cases of COVID-19 in the City of Alameda, an increase of 17 cases, or more than 30%, since we posted on June 10. Alameda County has 5,140 cases, 78 hospitalizations, and 120 deaths (compared to 4,033 cases, 92 hospitalizations, and 105 deaths on June 10). The State of California has 183,073 cases and 5,580 deaths (compared to 136,191 cases and 4,776 deaths on June 10). The United States continues to lead the world in cases and deaths with 2,346,950 cases and 121,228 deaths (compared to 1,996,160 cases and 112,726 deaths on June 10). Across the world, the caseload increased by 138,400 today, with 9,240,398 cases and 476,960 deaths (compared to 7,313,661 cases and 413,854 deaths on June 10).
- UPDATED Alameda County Health Order
- My mask protects you, your mask protects me
- Slow Streets Alameda continues to expand
- And now, Commercial Streets!
- ReadAlameda, a Citywide book club
- Alameda 4th of July shines on
- Upcoming workshop on police reforms
The June 19, 2020 Alameda County health order now allows all retail, outdoor dining, outdoor fitness, limited religious and cultural services, outdoor museums, dog parks, and First Amendment events.
Still closed for now are bars, barbershops and salons, playgrounds, and pools. The continuing Shelter in Place Order maintains restrictions on movement and public and private gatherings, with all travel into or out of the County prohibited, unless essential.
The County is monitoring 5 indicators, and if movement continues to trend in the right direction, we can expect to see additional reopening restrictions lifted in 2-4 week intervals.