On Monday, May 29, Alameda County Health Care Services Agency issued a Statement on Reopening and Health Officer Orders.
On Monday, May 18, the Alameda County Public Health Official issued an updated Shelter-in-Place Order that allows the following businesses to operate:
- Retail stores for curbside or storefront pickup, and/or delivery only
- Manufacturing businesses permitted to operate under the state Resilience Roadmap
- Logistics and Warehousing permitted to operate under the state Resilience Roadmap
The May 18th Order remains in effect until amended, suspended or rescinded.
See a roster of Essential, Outdoor & Additional Businesses allowed to operate in Alameda County with site specific safety plans and COVID-19 protective measures, dated May 18, 2020. This roster includes businesses and activities authorized under previous orders.
The seven Bay Area Health Officers continue tracking progress on the five key indicators, to determine when our community is safe to move to the next stage of relaxing shelter-in-place restrictions. It takes approximately 2 weeks to see the effects of recently allowed activities on the indicators. Ongoing favorable results will be the deciding factors to further relaxation.