Stricter Shelter In Place Order Issued
Posted on 12/04/2020
The Health Officers of five Bay Area counties, along with the City of Berkeley, have announced that these health jurisdictions will impose the provisions of the State of California’s stricter shelter in place order sooner than required by the state. In Alameda County, the revised shelter in place order will become effective at 12:01 a.m. on Monday, December 7th and will remain in effect until January 4th.

The revised, stricter shelter in place order is designed to limit interactions between persons living in different households which could spread the disease. The biggest change in the order is that private gatherings are prohibited and that social bubbles must be disbanded.

Please refer to the COVID 19 Information and Resources page for complete details of the revised order.