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July 20, 2024

By the numbers: 48 confirmed cases in MH

As of May 11, there have been a total of 2,341 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Santa Clara County, according to the county public health department’s website. A total of 129 people have died with Covid-19.

Supes OK $25M ‘emergency’ De Paul project

Construction crews will soon begin extensive work on De Paul Health Center in northeast Morgan Hill, as the county approved a $25 million “emergency repair project” to reopen the former hospital building.

Brightening their day

Robert Boyd, in full Scottish gear complete with a kilt, made his way through the grounds of Westmont of Morgan Hill playing the bagpipes, as the senior residents waved and clapped from their windows.

Donation drive aids ventilator effort

A local dentist has organized a drive to battle a global ventilator shortage during the Covid-19 outbreak. Dr. Kusum Atraya of Gilroy Family Dental is calling for users of Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) machines to donate it to The Ventilator Project and UC Berkeley....

Online portal assists essential workers with childcare

The Santa Clara County Office of Education released a new online portal that will provide essential workers access to childcare during the shelter-in-place order.

City Hall: Morgan Hill steps up with Covid-19 response

Morgan Hill City Hall touted the city’s robust manufacturing sector and the generosity of local companies in helping the community make it through the coronavirus pandemic so far.

County: Non-essential curbside business still prohibited

Bay Area authorities warned residents and business owners that although Gov. Gavin Newsom offered guidance today about how non-essential businesses can start to slowly reopen, such plans are not currently in effect at the local level.

Testing site arrives at Christopher High in Gilroy

A Covid-19 testing site at Christopher High School in Gilroy is expected to go live this week.

Two UNFI employees return to work after Covid-19 recovery

Two employees at United Natural Foods’ Gilroy distribution center that tested positive for Covid-19 have recovered and returned to work, the company confirmed.

Local food pantries increase assistance

Second Harvest Food Bank has responded to the growing need for food assistance among local residents by increasing the frequency of grocery giveaways at some South County distribution sites.