Contra Costa Extends COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility to Essential Workers

Teachers, grocery workers and other frontline essential workers who live in Contra Costa County can now sign up to receive safe, effective COVID-19 vaccine at no cost to them. Contra Costa Health Services (CCHS) updated its eligibility policy for COVID-19 vaccine to extend vaccination eligibility to residents who work in the education and childcare sector,Continue reading “Contra Costa Extends COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility to Essential Workers”

Pittsburg eNews & Update

Contra Costa County is currently in the PURPLE Tier. Click to find out more information. Faria/Southwest Hills Annexation Project On Monday, February 22, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. the Pittsburg City Council will hold a special meeting to consider the “Faria/Southwest Hills” project which includes certification of an Environmental Impact Report, amendments to the General Plan andContinue reading “Pittsburg eNews & Update”

City of Pittsburg Weekly News & Updates

Contra Cost County is currently in PURPLE Tier. Click to find out more information.​   Vaccine Supply Shortages Prompt Public Health Leaders Throughout the Bay Area to Urge Prioritization of Older Adults for Vaccination For the time being, the scarcity of COVID-19 vaccination doses throughout the San Francisco Bay Area has led health officials inContinue reading “City of Pittsburg Weekly News & Updates”

Contra Costa Health Services Opens Vaccine Appointments to Residents 65 – 74 years old

Contra Costa County residents who are 65 years old or older can now get safe, effective COVID-19 vaccine at no cost to them from Contra Costa Health Services (CCHS). To request an appointment, eligible residents can use our online form. Our call center at 1-833-829-2626 is available from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily for residents who doContinue reading “Contra Costa Health Services Opens Vaccine Appointments to Residents 65 – 74 years old”

El estado de California emitió una orden de limitada

Hoy, el estado de California emitió una orden de limitada , vigente en los condados bajo el nivel uno (púrpura) del plan de California para una economía más segura, que requiere que todas las reuniones con miembros de otros hogares y todas las actividades realizadas fuera de la residencia, alojamiento, o el alojamiento temporal conContinue reading “El estado de California emitió una orden de limitada”

New Limited Stay At Home Order Issued for Most of California, including Contra Costa

Upon assessment of the recent, unprecedented rate of rise in increase in COVID-19 cases across California, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is taking immediate actions to prevent the spread of the virus. These immediate actions will help reduce community spread, protect individuals at higher risk of severe illness or death from COVID-19, andContinue reading “New Limited Stay At Home Order Issued for Most of California, including Contra Costa”

State Response to COVID-19 Spike Returns Contra Costa to Purple Tier

With new COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations surging across California, the state today restored safety measures in Contra Costa and many other counties that are needed to protect the public and save lives during the pandemic. The return to the purple tier of California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy comes with some additional requirements for businessesContinue reading “State Response to COVID-19 Spike Returns Contra Costa to Purple Tier”

As COVID-19 Spreads in the Bay Area, Red-Tier Safety Requirements Return in Contra Costa

In response to evidence that COVID-19 is spreading rapidly in Contra Costa, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) today moved the county back into the red tier of its Blueprint for a Safer Economy, restoring more safety requirements to slow the virus and save lives. The average daily number of new, confirmed COVID-19 isContinue reading “As COVID-19 Spreads in the Bay Area, Red-Tier Safety Requirements Return in Contra Costa”

Contra Costa Responds Quickly to Climbing COVID-19 Cases

With data from the past week showing a marked increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Contra Costa County, health officials are taking steps to protect the community with modest changes to local health orders. Contra Costa entered the orange tier of California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy on Oct. 27, triggering an expansion ofContinue reading “Contra Costa Responds Quickly to Climbing COVID-19 Cases”

Contra Costa County Advances in California’s COVID-19 Reopening Plan

More businesses and community activities can reopen beginning today in Contra Costa after the county’s data indicators for COVID-19 transmission showed improvement in October. California today reassigned Contra Costa to the less-restrictive orange tier of its Blueprint for a Safer Economy, allowing for larger local gatherings for indoor worship services and dining, and the reopeningContinue reading “Contra Costa County Advances in California’s COVID-19 Reopening Plan”