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Covid19

Welcome to DJ Alex Reyes Entertainment COVID19 update Center. This page has been created to give the latest update on the Corona Virus global pandemic. Our intentions is to be transparant to our clients from the Alameda County Public Health Department

January 25, 2021
Bay Area Exits State’s Regional Stay at Home Order; Alameda County is in the Purple Tier

January 14, 2021
Statement on ‘Who can get vaccinated in Alameda County right now?’

January 7, 2021
2021 Alameda County Expects State to Extend Regional Stay At Home Order

December 14, 2020
Alameda County Prepares for Vaccine Distribution to Frontline Hospital Workers and 911 First Responders

December 4, 2020
Bay Area Health Officers Move to Implement the State’s New Regional Stay Home Order

On December 16, 2020 the Bay Area region’s ICU bed availability dropped below 15%, which means that the Statewide Stay at Home Order has been extended to the entire region. Private gatherings of any size are prohibited, non-essential operations except for critical infrastructure and retail must close (view a list of what’s open and closed here), and masks are required at all times. The health order will remain in effect for a minimum of three additional weeks, or until January 7, 2021, if at that time the projected ICU capacity meets or exceeds 15%. 

The Regional-Stay-At-Home Order is similar to the March Shelter In Place Order and will impact many sectors. This is the most challenging moment we have faced since the beginning of the pandemic, but these new restrictions are temporary and necessary to save lives. We are being asked to do more than we have ever done through the next few weeks and months. And in the coming months when we recover and a vaccine is readily available, we will have saved the lives of our neighbors and loved ones. 

Click here for more information about the State’s Order.

Open

  • Acupuncture, Acupressure & Chiropractic Services (medically necessary only)
  • Athletic Fields for use by people within the same household or for Youth Sports in compliance with State restrictions as of 12/7/20
  • Automobile & Bicycle Repair
  • Car Washes
  • Childcare Facilities
  • Construction
  • Critical Infrastructure per the State
  • Dental Care
  • Drive-thru food and essential item distribution event
  • Financial Institutions
  • Funeral Homes, Mortuaries & Cemeteries
  • Gas Stations
  • Golf (use of carts is limited to single users unless both users are from the same household)
  • Government Services
  • Grocery & Other Food Stores (35% capacity, entrance metering, and no eating and drinking in store) as of 12/7/20
  • Gyms, Fitness Centers, Non-Contact Fitness Classes, Dance Studios & Other Exercise Facilities Outdoor Only with Purple Tier modifications and County modifications as of 12/7/20
    Note: Indoor pools allowed to be open for only drowning prevention classes, including swim lessons with certified instructors. Indoor and outdoor hot tubs, saunas, and steam rooms must close.
  • Higher Education (may offer in-person instruction for clinical training or classes and laboratory or studio classes only. In-person instruction is otherwise prohibited.)
  • Hotels and short-term lodging rentals open to support critical infrastructure only as of 12/7/20
    Note: Fitness centers, indoor pools, hot tubs, saunas and steam rooms must close.
  • K-12 Schools (only for schools that have opened for in-person instruction before November 18. Alameda County is not accepting elementary school waivers) ✓  
  • Laundromats & Dry Cleaning
  • Library (20% capacity) as of 12/7/20
  • Malls/Shopping Centers open with Purple Tier modifications (20% capacity with entrance metering, food courts and common areas closed, and no eating or drinking in the stores) as of 12/7/20
  • Manufacturing
  • Moving companies & storage
  • Outdoor Basketball & Volleyball Courts for use by people within the same household only as of 12/7/20
  • Outdoor Playgrounds in compliance with State modifications as of 12/9/20 ✓
  • Outdoor Recording, Live-Streaming, Broadcasting with  County modifications
  • Outdoor Recreation Facilities (outdoor operation only). No food, drink, or alcohol sales as of 12/7/20
  • Outdoor Seasonal Markets open with Purple Tier modifications (20% capacity with entrance metering, and no eating or drinking) as of 12/7/20
  • Outdoor Swimming Pools
    Note:  Indoor pools, hot tubs, saunas and steam rooms must close.
  • Outdoor Wedding Ceremony & Funeral Service (100 people maximum recommended)
  • Parks (including skate parks & dog parks, but BBQ and picnic areas to be closed because of no sitting and gathering per the State)
  • Pet grooming, walking, training (curbside pickup and drop-off only) as of 12/7/20
  • Pharmacies & Medical Supply (20% capacity) as of 12/7/20
  • Places of Worship & Cultural Ceremonies (Outdoor only and 100 people maximum recommended)
  • Political Gatherings/Protests with Physical Distancing ✓  
  • Professional Sports with the prior written approval of the Health Officer (without live audience) ✓   
  • Public & Private Transportation Services ✓  
  • Real Estate Transaction
  • Residential & Commercial Maintenance Services
  • Restaurants take-out and delivery only as of 12/7/20 ✓  
  • Retail Stores including auto sales (20% capacity) with entrance metering, no eating or drinking in stores, and special hours for seniors and others with compromised immune systems as of 12/7/20 ✓  
  • Retail Supply Chain Businesses
  • Small Youth Cohorts (non-sport, non-school based, and non-child care related youth activities including distance learning, before/after school programs, day camps, and extracurricular activities) allowed indoors and outdoors in cohorts ✓  
  • Tennis & Pickleball Courts (singles only)
  • Tutoring one-on-one or in compliance with the State cohort requirements
  • Vehicle-Based Gatherings in compliance with the Vehicle-Based Gathering Order
  • Veterinary Care ✓ 
  • Youth Sports (school-based and non-school based, club, and recreational programs in cohorts, outdoors only, no close contact ,and no competition – conditioning and individual skill training only) ✓     

Closed X

  • Amusement Parks & Theme Parks X
  • Bars, Brewpubs, Breweries, Pubs & Craft Distilleries as of 12/7/20 X
  • Community Centers X
  • Campgrounds overnight stay as of 12/7/20 X
  • Cardrooms, Casinos, Bingo & Satellite Wagering Sites as of 12/7/20 X
  • Door-to-Door Sales and Services X
  • Drive-thru Parades and Events as of 12/7/20 X
  • Family Entertainment Centers (bowling, climbing walls, arcade games, ice and roller skating, escape rooms, and indoor playgrounds, and outdoor activities like kart racing, mini golf, batting cages) as of 12/7/20 X
  • Float Therapy and Cryotherapy X
  • Gun Ranges as of 12/7/20 X
  • Hair Salons & Barbershops as of 12/7/20 X
  • Indoor Swimming Pools, and Indoor & Outdoor Hot Tubs, Spas, Saunas & Steam Rooms X
    Note: Indoor pools allowed to be open for only drowning prevention classes, including swim lessons with certified instructors.
  • Indoor Estate Sales X
  • Indoor or Outdoor Photos with Santa prohibited per the State as of 12/7/20 X
  • Indoor Gyms & Fitness Centers X
  • Live Entertainment, Performances, and DJs at Restaurants, Wineries, and Retail/Shopping Centers as of 12/7/20 X
  • Nail Salons as of 12/7/20 X
  • Movie Theaters as of 12/7/20 X
  • Museums, Zoos, Galleries & Botanical Gardens as of 12/7/20 X
  • Offices for Non-Critical Infrastructure Sectors (remote work only) X
  • Personal Care Services (non-medical massages,skin care, waxing services, tattoo, piercings, non-medical electrolysis, and facials or other personal care services that involve the removal of the clients’ face coverings) as of 12/7/20 X
  • Play Structures, Bounce Houses & Ball Pits X
  • Private Gatherings (only allowed to gather with people from your household as pursuant to the Regional Stay At Home Order) as of 12/7/20 X
  • Public Events & Gatherings (nightclubs, convention centers, trade shows, festivals, concerts, live audience sports, live performances etc.) X
  • Semi-Professional, Amateur, Recreational Team Sports X
  • Wine Tasting Rooms as of 12/7/20 X

Latest Updates

Alameda County is reviewing all Moderna vaccine distributed to the County to make sure administration of vaccine doses from the Lot in question (41L20A) is pausedThe County Points of Dispensing have not received or administered vaccine from this Lot, but some local providers did receive doses from it.

No Alameda County providers have reported unusual vaccine responses to the Public Health Department at this time. Alameda County is committed to safe distribution of COVID-19 vaccines and will continue to vaccinate health care workers eligible for Phase 1a.

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OPPORTUNITIES TO HELP: (PAID Positions Available)

  1. California Health Corps Register for the California Health Corps which is a State program for trained medical and healthcare workers to sign up and provide availability to assist in the COVID-19 response.
  2. Medical Surge Volunteer Sign Up Register as a volunteer with the County of Alameda to assist with the COVID-19 response. Medically and non-medically trained volunteers will be needed click here for more information

COVID-19 Case Investigation/Contract Tracing Services Vendor Pool Rolling RFQ

The Alameda County Health Care Services Agency is seeking qualified organizations to provide emergency COVID-19 services that include case investigation, contact tracing, resource navigation, outreach and health education, and distribution of the Isolation/Quarantine Care Kits to Alameda County residents Learn More!

Reopening and Recovery

 

COVID-19 Testing

 

Alameda County ResidentsGet notified when it’s your turn

Employers – Get notified when it’s your turn

Health Care Providers – Get notified when it’s your turn

Find out when its your turn to get the vaccine by visiting myturn.ca.gov

Vaccine administration began in Alameda County the week of 12/14/20. We are following the State’s prioritization framework, which is based on CDC recommendations and is evolving

  • Vaccines are being administered in phases. How quickly we can move through each phase depends on how much vaccine is available. Local health departments have some control within the phases but cannot skip phases or go out of order. All phases are subject to revision by the State.
  • Each Phase is broken down further into Tiers to help prioritize within each phase. For more information on the tiers, please visit
  • California’s COVID-19 Vaccine Plan.
  • For definitions of essential workers, please visit California’s Essential Workforce Page If you would like us to notify you when it’s your turn, please fill out one of the forms above.

Where do you stand inline to get the COVID19 vaccine? click on this page & this page in collaboration with NBC Bay Area News & KRON4 News. This page will be updated around the clock please share with your friends & family!

Doses that have been received by Alameda County Public Health Department
As of 1/14/21, Updated Weekly

TotalPfizer40,950
TotalModerna44,400

TotalAll85,350

We are currently vaccinating Phase 1a: Health Care Workers

Tier 1:  Hospitals, Dialysis, EMTs, Long-Term Care Facilities/Skilled Nursing
Tier 2:  Community Health Workers, IHSS/Home Health Care, Primary care, behavioral health, & speciality providers
Tier 3:  Dentists, Blood Banks, Pharmacy Staff


  • 47,800 doses have been allocated or redistributed to our health care partners to administer
  • 11,091 doses received by the Public Health Department and administered as of 1/14/2021

Alameda County is reviewing all Moderna vaccine distributed to the County to make sure administration ofvaccine doses from the Lot in question (41L20A) is pausedThe County Points of Dispensing have not received or administered vaccine from this Lot, but some local providers did receive doses from it.

No Alameda County providers have reported unusual vaccine responses to the Public Health Department at this time. Alameda County is committed to safe distribution of COVID-19 vaccines and will continue to vaccinate health care workers eligible for Phase 1a.

Vaccine Eligibility Through Health Care Providers

Healthcare systems are frequently updating eligibility criteria based on capacity and vaccine availability. This table will continue to be updated as more information becomes available.
 

Please be sure to confirm this information with your healthcare provider.

Healthcare System

Current Eligibility

(Confirm with your healthcare provider)

How to Schedule an Appointment

Kaiser Permanente

Kaiser members who are:

  • Healthcare workers
  • Long-term care patients and staff
  • Emergency medical services

Are you age 75 or older?

Kaiser will contact you when they can schedule you.

For more information, visit:

www.kp.org/covidvaccine

Sutter Health

Sutter patients who are:

  • Eligible healthcare personnel in Phase 1A
  • Age 75 and older

For more information, visit:

www.sutterhealth.org/covid-vaccine

Not a Kaiser Permanente or Sutter Health Member?  Contact your health provider directly to see if you can be vaccinated or complete the appropriate form at the top of this webpage

Vaccine Prioritization Framework

Vaccine administration began in Alameda County the week of December 14, 2020. Alameda County is following Federal and State recommendations, which change from time to time. Vaccines are being administered in phases. How quickly we can move through each phase depends on how much vaccine is available. Local health departments have some control within the phases but cannot skip phases or go out of order. All phases are subject to revision by the State.

Each Phase is broken down further into Tiers to help prioritize within each phase. For more details on tiers, please visit California’s COVID-19 Vaccine Plan. For definitions of essential workers, please visit California’s Essential Workforce Page.

Vaccine Prioritization: Who is in the phases? (last updated: 1/13/21)
Who can get vaccinated in Alameda County right now?(1/14/21)

If you would like us to notify you when it is your turn, please fill out one of the forms above.

Phase 1

Phase 1A – NOW

Includes Health Care Workers and Employees & Residents of Long-Term Care (LTC) Facilities.

Phase 1A: Tier 1

(started in mid-December 2020)

Phase 1A: Tier 2

(started in late December 2020)

Phase 1A: Tier 3

(started in mid-January 2021)

Hospitals
Acute care, psychiatric, and correctional facility hospital staff

Dialysis Centers

Emergency Medical Services
Paramedics, Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), and other emergency medical service providers

Long-Term Care Facilities /
Skilled Nursing

Staff and residents of skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, and similar settings for older or medically vulnerable individuals

Intermediate Care Facility  
Staff and residents of intermediate care facilities

In-Home Supportive Services
Home Health Care and In-Home Supportive Services staff

Community Health Workers
Community Health Workers/Promoters who provide basic medical, preventive, promotional, and rehabilitation care within the community.

Public Health Field Staff  

Primary Care Clinics
Primary Care facilities, including Federally Qualified Health Centers, Rural Health Centers, Correctional Facility Clinics, and Urgent Care Clinics

Primary Care Providers  

Behavioral Health Providers

Specialty Providers

Laboratory Workers

Dentists/Oral Health Personnel  

Blood Banks

Pharmacy Staff (non-hospital)

Phase 1B – NEXT (Coming Weeks)

Includes Health Care Workers and Employees & Residents of Long-Term Care (LTC) Facilities.

Phase 1B: Tier 1

Phase 1B: Tier 2

Older adults, aged 65+ 

Essential Workers in:

  • Education & Child Care (formal & informal)  
  • Emergency Services (including Law Enforcement)
  •  Food/Agriculture

Essential Workers in: 

  • Critical Manufacturing  
  • Industrial/Residential/Commercial Sheltering Services  
  • Transportation and Logistics  
  • Congregate Settings
    • Incarceration Settings   
    • People Experiencing Homelessness/Unstable Housing

Phase 1C

Includes Older Adults, Persons with High-Risk Health Conditions, and Essential Workers.

Phase 1C

Older adults, aged 50+ 

Persons ages 16-49 who are at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19 due to one or more underlying health conditions.

Essential Workers in:

  • Water & Waste Management
  • Defense
  • Energy
  • Communication & IT
  • Financial Services
  • Chemicals/Hazardous Materials
  • Government Ops/Community Services

Future Phases

(There are currently no tiers in Phases 2, 3, or 4)

Phase 2

Phase 3

Phase 4

Persons with moderate underlying health conditions.

Young Adults

Children

Workers not listed in Phases 1 or 2

Anyone who did not obtain the vaccine during Phases 1, 2, or 3
 
 

Alameda County COVID-19 Vaccine Values and Principles

  • Provide transparent and accurate information to help people make vaccine decisions.
  • Lead with equity and data (e.g., race/ethnicity, geography, socioeconomic factors, and critical populations)
  • Ensure safe and equitable vaccine distribution throughout the county.
  • Leverage all venues and partners for broad distribution (e.g., hospitals, clinics, private practice, pharmacies, community-based points of distribution [PODs])

Local Planning

Per State and Federal policy, COVID-19 vaccine will be administered to specific populations in phases and community sites would be in the last phase. Local planning will leverage lessons learned from flu clinics, which were modified to accommodate COVID-19 considerations, data on need, and community feedback, as well as our 2009 experience with H1N1.

This is a rapidly evolving situation and we are following closely the work of California’s vaccine planning task force, which is determining many of the policies and procedures for which vaccine gets distributed when, how, and to whom. The State’s decisions will be implemented through our local plans.

With authorization from the State of California, Alameda County is now able to provide vaccines to all Health Care Workers in Phase 1a, regardless of the Tier.

Federal and State Resources

Emergency Use Authorizations (EUAs)

The Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) authority allows the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to help strengthen the nation’s public health protections by facilitating the availability and use of medical countermeasures (e.g., vaccines) needed during public health emergencies.

**Important Tips to prevent the spread of Covid19**

  • Maintain 6 feet apart from people not in your household
  • Wash your hands frequently using soap, hand Sanitizer, Baby wipes etc
  • Wear your mask when out in public
  • If you feel sick stay home

The health and safety of our clients and employees is our highest priority we take this matter extremely serious!

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