Bay Area “Stay-at-Home” Order Extended to May 1
As first reported by NBC and KRON4, health officials in most Bay Area counties will be extending the Stay-at-Home/Shelter-in-Place order until May 1st.
The Public Health Order for people to shelter-in-place safely in their homes will soon be extended until at least May 1. Public Health orders are issued by the respective Health Officers of each jurisdiction. The Bay Area is fortunate to have a group of dedicated public health leaders who are working together to address the interconnectedness of our region. We have said an extension might be expected as we work together to slow the spread of the COVID-19 disease. Additional details about the updated order will be available when it is finalized in the next day or two.
The original Bay Area mandate began on March 17th and was scheduled to end on April 7.
Please note this is an evolving news story and details may change.
Bay Area counties to extend Stay at Home Order through May 1, previously April 7
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