City of San José
Emergency Operations Center
Rosario Neaves, Director of Communications/EPIO: 210-823-3908
City of San José Media Line: 408-535-7777
City of San José Customer Contact Center: 3-1-1 (408-535-3500)
Updates on City of San José Services and/or Operations
- San José City Council Meeting Begins at 11:00 a.m. Tomorrow: During tomorrow's City Council Meeting, City Manager Dave Sykes and officials from the Emergency Operations Center will provide updates on the City's response to COVID-19 during Item 3.1. The virtual meeting will start at 11:00 a.m. Councilmembers and presenters will teleconference from remote locations. The public can watch the meeting on the City's YouTube Channel. Details and instructions for participation are in the meeting agenda.
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Updates from the County of Santa Clara
- Amendments to County of Santa Clara Shelter-in-Place Order: Effective June 5, amendments to the County of Santa Clara Shelter-in-Place Order will allow multiple sectors and activities to resume. Subject to social distancing protocols and safety requirements, the updated order:
- Expands previously permitted business activity to include outdoor dining at restaurants and in-store shopping at retail locations; Permits all children to take part in childcare, summer camps, summer school, or other educational and recreational programs, so long as groups are limited to 12 or fewer; Allows outdoor gatherings of up to 25 people for religious services and cultural ceremonies; Allows outdoor recreational activities that do not involve physical contact, such as swimming, to resume; and Permits car-based gatherings, including drive-in theaters.
- Media Statement on Right to Peaceful Protest: The County of Santa Clara Public Health Department issued a statement today, recognizing that "peaceful protest in response to the pain, anger and mourning due to deeply rooted inequities and systemic racism is a fundamental right that is critical to the health of our democracy." The Health Department respectfully reminds everyone that our community is still facing the COVID-19 health crisis. Those engaged in peaceful protest are strongly encouraged to protect their own health and the health of others by using face coverings and, to the extent possible, maintaining social distancing. Those who have been in close contact with others at large gatherings are encouraged to get tested for COVID-19 within three to five days of exposure, and to watch for any symptoms of COVID-19. There are numerous facilities across the county that offer free testing, which can be found at sccfreetest.org.
The updated order will go into effect at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, June 5, 2020, and will remain in effect until the Health Officer amends or rescinds it. For more information, visit the County Public Health Department's website.
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