The state’s Health and Human Services Agency announced a supplemental order to accompany the regional stay-at-home order, which was originally set to expire Dec. 21.
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A surge in positive cases of the coronavirus has caused the region’s intensive unit capacity to drop to zero as of Thursday.
Long Beach is one of several cities in the state to be placed under the governor’s stricter order created to avoid overcrowding hospitals and prevent further spread of the virus.
Newsom imposes temporary ban on nonessential travel, regional stay-at-home order to take effect based on ICU capacity
In an effort to avoid overcrowding hospitals, state health officials announced Thursday that a stricter stay-at-home order based on region will go into effect based on intensive care unit capacity as COVID-19 cases increase in California.
An increase in COVID-19 cases over the Thanksgiving holiday has led to a modified temporary order urging residents to remain in their homes for nonessential activity and exercise caution.
Long Beach State Bob Cole Conservatory of Music director Johannes Müller Stosch and members of BCCM are fighting to preserve their high-caliber ensembles while longing to experience the essence of live performance once again.
Kimberly Fodran, medical director at Long Beach State’s Student Health Services, is urging students and staff to avoid travel and contact through the holiday season as coronavirus cases continue to skyrocket.
Students wishing to spend time with family this holiday break are being mandated to perform a 14-day quarantine upon returning back home.
As of May 8, there are 898 positive COVID-19 cases in Long Beach with 565 recoveries, officials said. Despite the continued increase in infection, Mayor Robert Garcia announced the first steps in reopening the economy set to begin Friday.
The California Department of Public Health has announced a stay-at-home order effective this Saturday limiting nonessential activity during the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. The order is set to last a month.