San Mateo Health Officer: 'Up To You' To Avoid 2nd COVID-19 WaveThe health officer in San Mateo County urged residents to continue wearing face coverings and take other precautions to avoid a potential second wave of COVID-19 infections later this year.
Reopening: San Mateo Officials Ask Newsom To Green Light Quicker Reopening PaceSan Mateo County officials asked Gov. Gavin Newsom Friday for a health order variance, allowing them to quicken the pace in lifting COVID-19 restrictions placed on local residents and businesses since mid-March.
San Mateo County Revises Shelter Order To Allow Outdoor Dining, Charter Boats, Limited Funeral AttendanceSan Mateo County Health Officer Dr. Scott Morrow on Thursday announced a revised shelter-in-place order allowing outdoor dining and charter boat operations and amending funeral attendance restrictions.
San Mateo Health Officer Urges Vigilance Amid Reopening, Says Hospitalizations RisingWhile San Mateo County continues the process of reopening businesses, the county's health officer urged residents to continue taking precautions to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Their Costa Rica Wedding a COVID Casualty, Couple Among 1st in San Mateo County to Marry OnlineWith their destination wedding plan scotched by the coronavirus pandemic, Thomas and Klee Baxter became one of the first in San Mateo county to be married via video conferencing.
San Mateo County Churches, Retail Stores, Beaches To Reopen On June 1 With RestrictionsA newly-revised coronavirus stay-at-home order issued by San Mateo County health officials Friday will allow places of worship, retail stores and beaches to reopen with some restrictions starting June 1.
Pacifica To Reopen Beach Parking Lots As San Mateo County Eases RestrictionsOfficials with the Pacifica Police Department announced Thursday evening that the city would be reopening beach parking on Saturday morning after San Mateo County health officials issue a new less restrictive coronavirus shelter order.
9th Circuit Court Revives Lawsuits By California Cities Against Oil CompaniesA federal appeals court in San Francisco on Tuesday gave a new lease on life to lawsuits in which eight California cities and counties are seeking to have oil companies pay millions or billions of dollars for sea walls and other protections from rising seas.
San Mateo County Gets State 'Roomkey' Funds To Help Homeless During The PandemicNinety homeless people considered at high risk have been sheltered at a San Mateo County hotel as part of the county's efforts to stem the spread of novel coronavirus among vulnerable populations.
San Mateo County Businesses Make Adjustments For Phase 2 Curbside ReopeningSome hopeful business owners in San Mateo County were able to reopen their shops for curbside pick-up Monday as parts of the Bay Area finally moved into Phase 2 reopening amid the coronavirus shelter order.
Coronavirus Update: San Mateo County To Enter Phase 2 ReopeningSan Mateo County is set to issue a revised coronavirus shelter-in-place order that would allow for more businesses to reopen next week.