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June3, 2020

Tag: covid-19

Outdoor dining, in-store retail to reopen June 5

Santa Clara County later this week will begin opening more “non-essential” businesses, including in-store retail, childcare and summer camps, outdoor dining and religious, cultural and civic activities.

South County churches show ‘unity’ on safe reopening

A coalition of South County churches issued a “statement of unity” that promises to continue to follow local public health guidelines for reopening, even though places of worship in neighboring counties have begun to open their doors again.

County releases details on $97M in Covid costs

Santa Clara County released the most detailed look yet at its pandemic-related spending.

Letters: More details needed on city budget

Having residents understand what they are getting and losing and having real opportunities to affect those proposals should be a primary focus.

Council discusses business rebound plan

Many business owners and representatives in Morgan Hill are increasingly voicing the fear that small businesses might not survive the Covid-19 pandemic and related shutdowns.

Retail begins to open

Retail business in Morgan Hill began to slowly trickle back to life over the Memorial Day weekend.

Covid-19 ‘cluster’ reported at MH company

As of May 26, thirty-eight employees of Lusamerica Foods, located at 16480 Railroad Avenue, have tested positive for the illness, Santa Clara County Public Health Officer Sara Cody told the supervisors’ Health and Hospital Committee on Tuesday.

County expands free Covid-19 testing

Santa Clara County this week expanded its local Covid-19 testing access with six new testing locations throughout the county.

More than 150 families served at ‘Gate To Gate’ drive-thru

A local charity organization and dozens of volunteers provided groceries and cloth face masks to more than 150 families at the May 21 “Gate to Gate Giveaway.”

Fentanyl deaths increase in Santa Clara County

Deaths from fentanyl, a powerful opioid drug, are drastically on the rise in Santa Clara County this year, and public health officials think stress and anxiety resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic might be contributing to the increase.