Gov. Newsom Issues Regional Stay-At-Home Order •

Southern California, including SLO County, expected to reachnext week.

SACRAMENTO – beef. Gavin Newsome released a new regional homeowner order on Thursday in response to the COWID-19 increase.

There are five regions – Northern California, Grand Sacramento, the Gulf region, the San Joaquin Valley and Southern California – including San Luis Obispo County.

Newsom said it pulled the emergency brake and announced an order for regional housing in California based on the IC’s existing capacity in the area.

The fact is that if we don’t act now, our hospital system will be overwhelmed, Newsome said. If we do nothing now, we will continue to see an increase in the number of deaths (and) the number of lives lost.

The governor’s statement was a record after Newsom Monday’s announcement that the state is considering staying in purple county houses. Currently, 51 of the state’s 58 districts are at this level, including San Luis Obispo.

New home stays come from regional hospital networks, not from individual districts, and only become effective when the capacity of existing intensive care units in a region falls below 15%.

Newsome said that four out of five regions, including Southern California, are expected to fall below 15 percent of their critical care capacity in the coming days. The fifth region, the Bay Area, is expected to reach this threshold in the middle of the month.

The one in three. The regional home care procedures announced in December will take effect within 48 hours in regions with less than 15% intensive care units. It prohibits private meetings of any size. All non-essential travel is now restricted throughout the state, the governor said Thursday.

If this is implemented, large companies such as grocery stores should operate at 20% of their capacity; bars, wineries, lounges and restaurants should be closed; and hotels should only be opened to support critical infrastructure.

The order is valid for a minimum of three weeks and will be cancelled at the end of this period if the expected capacity of the ICU in the area is 15% or more. The assessment takes place weekly after an initial period of three weeks.

Schools can stay open if they are refused. According to Newsom, restaurants can continue to receive customers and offer delivery services.

The State has published a map of five regions with their current potential and the expected dates by which they will fall below the 15% threshold. The regions :
– Northern California: Del Norte, Glenn, Humboldt, Lake, Welding, Mendocino, Modoc, Shasta, Siskew, Texama, Trinity Bay Area: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Monterrey, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, Sonoma- Grand Sacramento: Alpine, Amador, Batte, Colusa, El Dorado, Nevada, Pleaser, Slivas, Sacramento, Sierra, Sutter, Yolo, Yuba
– San Joaquin Valley : Calaveras, Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Mercedes, San Benito, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Tulare, Tuolumne
– Southern California: Imperial, Iño, Los Angeles, Mono, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura.

Newsom said the state would embezzle funds if provinces ignored orders and failed to follow protocols rather than pass them on to more deserving provinces.

On Wednesday, 20,759 new cases were registered on the dashboard of Covid-19 in the past 24 hours. That’s almost 2,500 more than the previous maximum of 18,350. Worse still, as the number of screening tests generally increases, the number of positive tests in this state continues to increase rapidly.

On Thursday, California reported 18,951 new cases. This is the second case after Wednesday and the third in 10 days in which the state has violated the previously unimaginable 18,000 new cases per day. The average processing time of the files is seven days and amounts to 15,121 years.

On Thursday, the average positive test after 14 days was 7.0%. That’s 1.8% more than last week. In total there were only 1,731 of the 7,662 emergency beds in the state on Thursday.

On Thursday, health officials in San Luis Obispo County reported 81 new CovID-19 cases, bringing the total to 6,459 and full recovery to 5,630 cases. The number of hospital admissions fell from two to eleven the previous day, one of which was in intensive care. Since March, 38 people have died in the SLA district as a result of COVID-19.

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