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April1, 2020

PG&E: Beware of scammers

Northern California’s largest utility provider is warning customers about scammers who are trying to take advantage of residents during the coronavirus pandemic and statewide stay-at-home orders.

Second Gilroy resident dies of COVID-19

The latest death from COVID-19 in Santa Clara County is a 60-year-old man from Gilroy, the Gilroy Dispatch has learned. The report marks the second Gilroy resident whose death was attributed to COVID-19. The County of Santa Clara Public...

Local restaurants remain open for takeout, delivery

While the ongoing Santa Clara County lockdown prohibits local restaurants, bars, entertainment facilities and other businesses from serving customers on site, many restaurants in Morgan Hill continue to sell food for takeout and delivery.

Senior facility purchases property

A senior living facility operator has purchased a property in a commercial development under construction on the corner of Cochrane Road and Butterfield Boulevard. McLean, Va.-based Artis Senior Living acquired a four-acre property within the 20-acre Evergreen Village development.

Gilroy Outlets close due to COVID-19

The Gilroy Premium Outlets are closed through April 7 following Santa Clara County’s order to cease all “non-essential” operations to combat the spread of COVID-19. The outlets, which stretch along San Ysidro Avenue, Leavesley Road and Arroyo Circle, consist...

Federal loans available for small businesses

The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering federal disaster loans of up to $2 million for small businesses affected by COVID-19. Eligibility for Economic Injury Disaster Loans is based on the financial impact of COVID-19. Businesses located in Santa...

Grocery stores increase hygiene efforts

Santa Clara County’s ban on large gatherings, as well its order to close all “non-essential” businesses for at least three weeks, does not apply to grocery stores. However, those involved in the food industry, from growers to markets, have found it necessary to respond to the increasing concern over COVID-19.

Businesses shutter for ‘shelter at home’ order

Brown’s dilemma is shared by business owners and employees throughout Morgan Hill and the Bay Area, where authorities on Monday effectively banned all residents from leaving their homes except for “essential” activities.

Bay Area counties tell citizens to ‘stay at home’ because of COVID-19

In what they called “a bold, unified step to slow the spread of COVID-19,” public health officials of six Bay Area counties on Monday ordered nearly all citizens to “ shelter at home” for three weeks. The legal order,...

Six-county area ordered to shelter in place

On Monday, March 16, public health officials in six Bay Area counties—including Santa Clara County—issued an order directing all residents to shelter at home for three weeks in order to slow the spread of novel coronavirus in the region.