Final plans on reopening OUSD schools will be announced on Friday, July 10.
As coronavirus hit an all-time high in California this week with more than 6,000 positive cases per day on some days, Oakland and Alameda County are starting to re-open some businesses and places of worship.
Workers at North Oakland McDonald's sue; plus, where to get free COVID-19 tests in Oakland.
Latinos nearly half of COVID-19 cases in Alameda County.
Latinx people make up 22.4% of Alameda County's population, yet they represent 47% of the cases in Alameda County now.
Alameda County now has the highest number of cases in the Bay Area, at 2,560 as of data from May 19, 2020
Additional Food Distribution in East Oakland: Salvation Army and 81st Avenue Branch of the OPL Food insecurity is still very prevalent. There are several more places offering food distribution. Salvation Army and Acts Full Gospel[Read more]
One of the major shelter-in-place changes is expanding essential businesses to include more types of businesses, as well as opening of some outdoor businesses.
Oakland COVID-19 Updates: Oakland cases increasing, artists create masks, and Oakland Police arrest two outreach workers serving unhoused residents.
The Bay Area shelter-in-place order set to expire on May 3 will be extended until the end of the month of May.