California COVID-19 News (April 12, 2021)

CA Health and Government COVID-19 Guidance: Week in Review


Office of the Governor

  • Governor Newsom Announces Extension of Oakland Coliseum Mass Vaccination Site (04/06/21)
    • The state has reached an agreement with Alameda and Contra Costa counties to continue operating the Oakland Coliseum Mass Vaccination Site for the next four weeks. The site is expected to deliver 6,000 vaccines per day. 
  • Governor Newsom Outlines the State’s Next Step in the COVID-19 Pandemic Recovery, Moving Beyond the Blueprint (04/06/21)
    • California will fully reopen its economy on June 15 if vaccine supply is sufficient for residents 16 years and older and if hospitalization rates remain stable and low. The entire state will move into this new phase while the state monitors hospitalization rates, vaccine access and efficacy against variants.
    • All sectors listed in the Blueprint for a Safer Economy grid may return to usual operations with commonsense public health policies in place. Large-scale indoor events will be allowed to occur with testing or vaccination verification requirements.
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