County Creates COVID-19 Update Site

County Creates COVID-19 Update Site

The Alameda County Public Health Department (ACPHD) has launched a new program that will inform Californians about reopening the state procedures after COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.

The program is called Beyond the Blueprint. It will provide the community and business owners with information and updates on local ordinance changes in Alameda County.

On June 15th, the state of California plans to fully reopen the economy. The county will hold two public update events to learn about what will change in Alameda County as California lifts restrictions.

The first update is scheduled for June 15, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. This update will focus on community-based updates. The second event, on June 21 at the same time, will focus employer-based updates. Both events will take place over Zoom. To register for either or both meetings, visit https://covid-19.acgov.org/beyond-the-blueprint.

On the website, it details several of the restrictions that will be lifted on June 15. According to the county website, restrictions on capacity limitations and physical distancing will be lifted. A COVID-19 Vaccine Verification or negative testing result is required for indoor mega events, but just recommended for outdoor mega events. Example of an indoor events include conventions and sporting events, while an outdoor events includes marathons and parades.

COVID-19 restrictions in California began 15 months ago in March 2020.

For questions about these upcoming events, please email COVIDrecovery@acgov.org.