COVID Reopening: California Reveals Data Used To Lift Stay-At-Home OrderCalifornia’s health department on Monday released to the public previously secret projections for future hospital intensive care unit capacity throughout the state, the key metric for lifting the coronavirus stay-at-home order.
California COVID Projection Models To Determine ICU Capacity, Stay-At-Home Orders Not Shared With PublicCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom has from the start said his coronavirus policy decisions would be driven by data shared with the public to provide maximum transparency.
COVID Surge: Stanford Medicine Accepting Patients to Alleviate Crowded HospitalsStanford Medicine, Stanford University’s department overseeing its medical school as well as its hospitals, said on Thursday that it’s treated hundreds of patients from other regional hospitals to help alleviate the recent crush of COVID-19 patients in the area.
COVID Surge: Santa Clara County Death Toll Hits 1,011; 3 Morgues At CapacityHealth officials in Santa Clara County were facing sobering news Wednesday as the region's COVID-19 death toll topped 1,000 with three of the county's seven morgues already at capacity.
COVID Surge: Stay-At-Home Order Lifted For Greater Sacramento RegionIn a surprising turn after state health officials indicated no major changes in ICU capacity across California, the stay-at-home order was lifted for the Greater Sacramento region Tuesday.
COVID Surge: Stay-At-Home Order Extended After Bay Area ICU Capacity Drops To 3 PercentCalifornia health officials on Friday afternoon provided an update on the state's latest ICU capacity data, confirming the Bay Area had dropped to its lowest level yet and would remain under the current stay-at-home order until capacity improves.
Current COVID-19 Hospitalizations Derive From Thanksgiving Week InfectionsICU capacity in the Bay Area was down to 3.5% on Thursday. Public health officials said they expected the drop because they’ve now discovered that coronavirus infections follow a predictable timeline.
COVID Surge: Santa Clara County Officials Say Case Spike Is Stretching Health System To 'Breaking Point'Health officials in Santa Clara County painted a grim picture Wednesday of overwhelmed hospitals and staff fighting to save the lives of a growing number of arriving coronavirus patients struggling to breathe.
COVID: Bay Area Health Officials Bracing For Christmas, New Year's Surge In CasesCalifornia health officials are begging residents to stay home on New Year's Eve, warning it could be a matter of life of death.
COVID Surge: Coronavirus Spread Likely To Worsen Due To Holiday Travel And GatheringThe spread of COVID in California is likely to increase this week as people travel and gather for holidays like Christmas and New Year's Eve, the state's Health and Human Services secretary said Tuesday.
COVID Surge: Ghaly Says SoCal, San Joaquin Valley Regions To Remain Under Stay-At-Home OrderCalifornia Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly on Tuesday said that the Southern California and San Joaquin Valley hospital regions would remain under the current stay-at-home order as long as their ICU projections were under 15% capacity.
COVID Restrictions: San Mateo County Businesses Prepare For ShutdownDiners in Redwood City were getting their last meal out until further notice Thursday night as San Mateo County prepared to join the rest of the Bay Area for the COVID stay-at-home order starting at midnight.
COVID Surge: Bay Area ICU Capacity At Under 13%; Stay-At-Home Order To Go Into Effect For Entire RegionAccording to the California COVID-19 website, Bay Area ICU capacity dipped below 13% Wednesday, triggering a stay-at-home order for the entire region starting Thursday night.
COVID Surge: San Mateo County To Join Stay-At-Home Order Amid Record Cases, Rising HospitalizationsAs hospitals strain under surging COVID-19 cases, San Mateo County officials on Wednesday urged people to stay home for the holidays.
COVID Update: Dr. Colfax Warns San Francisco 'At A Crossroads;' Hundreds Could Die In Worst-Case ScenarioSan Francisco Health Director Dr. Grant Colfax on Wednesday warned that the city was entering the worst COVID-19 case surge to date and that as many as 1,500 residents could die by the spring if safety measures aren't followed.