For a few hours on Monday it seemed as though gyms, salons and other indoor operations would start to reopen in Santa Clara County, despite orders from Gov. Gavin Newsom to shut down businesses in jurisdictions on the state’s Covid-19 watch list.
The annual Taste of Morgan Hill food, wine, art and music festival has been canceled for 2020, according to the event sponsor the chamber of commerce.
New projections released by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia PolicyLab show that Santa Clara County could report more than 2,000 daily cases of COVID-19 by August.
Starting July 13, nail salons, barber shops and gyms are among the businesses permitted to open in Morgan Hill if they have implemented an approved social distancing plan.
As if high school football coaches weren’t busy enough, another layer was added to their duties when the coronavirus pandemic hit.
More businesses and workplaces could re-open in Santa Clara County as early as July 13, as long as new strict social distancing rules and other COVID-19 public health protocols are met, Santa Clara County officials announced today.
Santa Clara County officials are expected to issue a new health order for reopening next week, despite an uptick in COVID-19 cases across the region and state.
Coronavirus, illegal fireworks and tripled fines—these are among the potential dangers that might accompany this year’s Fourth of July holiday fun, and Morgan Hill Police are urging residents to celebrate safely and legally.
24 Hour Fitness, a national chain of gym clubs, announced today it is filing for bankruptcy and will be “restructuring” the company due to stresses of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. As a result, the company will permanently close more than 100 clubs, including their Morgan Hill location.
Frustrated that Covid-19 testing rates are still far below public health goals, Santa Clara County today announced that all private health clinics and hospitals in the county must immediately provide Covid-19 tests on demand to citizens in three categories.