“Our metrics have improved, but this pandemic is not yet in our rear-view mirror,” said Dr. Nicholas Moss, Alameda County Health Officer.
With an adjusted daily new case rate per 100,000 residents of 4.8, a testing positivity rate of 1.8 percent, and a health equity quartile positivity rate of 2.6 percent, the state of the pandemic has improved greatly in Alameda County since the peak of the winter surge in early January.
A full list of the groups eligible to receive the COVID vaccine can be found on our Vaccines page.
On February 3, Governor Newsom's announced that the State of California will partner with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to launch a mega Point-of-Dispensing (POD) pilot vaccination site at the Oakland Coliseum.
Starting February 2, 2021, at 8:00 am PST Lendistry will open Round 2 for all small businesses and nonprofits to apply.
On Monday, January 25, the California Department of Public Health announced the Bay Area region met criteria to exit the Regional Stay at Home Order.
The California Department of Public Health announced that effective today, January 25, the Bay Area region meets the criteria to exit the Regional Stay at Home Order due to encouraging long-term projections for ICU bed availability.
Alameda County has received a little over 85,000 doses to date as noted on our website.
The State’s Regional Stay at Home Order will remain in effect until lifted by the state. Alameda County is part of the Bay Area Region and ICU bed capacity has steadily declined over the past several weeks.
The deadline for Round 1 applications has been extended to January 13th, 2021, at 11:59 p.m. Apply now at CAReliefGrant.com.