Oakland has surpassed 10,000 COVID-19 cases. According to the Alameda County Public Health Department, Oakland has 10,175 coronavirus cases. The County has 27,485. Statewide there have been 1.2 million cases and over 18,000 deaths. Countywide,[Read more]
Takeout, walking one's dog, going to the grocery store are still allowed after curfew.
New cases of COVID-19 in Alameda County seem to be slowing down after spiking multiple times this summer. As of this weekend, Alameda County has 22,149 COVID-19 cases. Oakland has 8,671 coronavirus cases. In Alameda[Read more]
Coronavirus is "widespread" in Alameda County, limiting business reopenings.
Residents in "high risk" neighborhoods including East Oakland, West Oakland, and Fruitvale/San Antonio are eligible for the $1,250 stipend.
Outdoor activities, services can resume, but cannot require clients to remove face coverings.
Conflict at Lake Merritt over vendors. COVID-19 cases rise to 6,000 in Oakland.
OUSD schools and the district are offering to fill the technology gap, including loaning out Chromebooks and WiFi hotspots, while the clock is ticking closer to first day of school on August 10.
COVID-19 may worsen in Alameda County. Protests at San Quentin calls for "mass releases."
Latinos continue to be disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 in Oakalnd.