COVID-Safe, Alameda Strong
Cases and hospitalizations are up. What can you do?
The most recent statistics on COVID-19 for the City of Alameda shows 121 cases, up from 92 last week. Alameda County has 7,725 cases with 140 current hospitalizations and 148 total deaths. The state of California has 304,297 cases and 6,851 deaths.
The nation continues to lead every other country in the world in cases and deaths, with more than 3 million cases and 134,349 deaths. For the most up-to-date information on Alameda’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, visit the city website at www.alamedaca.gov.
County public-health officials remind residents to wear face coverings whenever they leave their homes. Substantial scientific evidence shows that, when combined with physical distancing and other health-and-safety practices like handwashing and regular disinfection of surfaces, wearing face coverings allows us to resume additional activities in the safest possible way.
Many Alameda small businesses, nonprofits and renters are experiencing financial impacts from COVID-19. Alameda Strong is a community fund where individuals and businesses can help provide critical support to keep our local businesses in business. A $50 donation gets the donor a T-shirt and a $150 donor receives a hoodie. Visit www.alamedastrong.org to donate and learn more.