Updated Shelter In Place Order: What Does It Mean For You?
Effective June 8, 2020 and valid until replaced, amended, or rescinded: Health Officer Order with updated Shelter-in-Place guidelines for Alameda County.
This order continues to maintain restrictions on movement and public and private gatherings set forth in the Health Officer’s May 18, 2020 Shelter in Place Order. However, in light of the continued progress toward controlling the spread of COVID-19 in the County of Alameda and neighboring jurisdictions, this Order allows certain additional business, recreational, social, and cultural activities to resume.
Childcare and camps are permitted for all children, not just children of essential workers, and establishes conditions under which youth extracurricular activities may resume.
Small outdoor gatherings are permitted for people belonging to the same Social Bubble.
Social Bubble is defined as a group of 12 or fewer people from different households
A Social Bubble should be maintained for a minimum of 3 weeks
Participation is restricted to only that one Social Bubble at a time
Face coverings should still be worn
Small outdoor gatherings are permitted for Childcare or Youth Extracurricular Activity Units (CYE Activity Unit).
A CYE Activity Unit is defined as a group of 12 or fewer children and adults, formed for the purpose of providing childcare or extracurricular activities for youth
A CYE Activity Unit should be maintained for a minimum of 3 weeks
Participation is restricted to only one Activity Unit at a time
People/families may engage in only one Social Bubble and only one CYE Activity Unit at the same time.
All Bubble and Activity Unit participants should practice social distancing and wear face coverings to the extent possible.
Educational institutions may resume career internship and pathways programs.