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County reminds residents, businesses of COVID guidelines

Original post made on Nov 12, 2020

Santa Clara County officials reminded residents and businesses Wednesday of the importance of complying with local health guidance to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus as cases have risen countywide in recent days.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Thursday, November 12, 2020, 1:33 PM

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Posted by Steven Goldstein
a resident of Old Mountain View
on Nov 12, 2020 at 7:08 pm

Steven Goldstein is a registered user.

Well it is about official.

Santa Clara County is back to the Red tier again.

Just look at the Santa Clara County Department of Health Blueprint page here (Web Link).

The Unadjusted rate is getting very close to the Purple Tier.

And we are not even close to Thanksgiving. This holiday season is in all likelihood going to be only online.

The Health Professionals were trying to help us, trying to avoid this, but NO ONE BOTHERED TO BEHAVE

The latest COVID Blueprint update for Nov. 9, 2020 is out regarding Santa Clara County, we are now back in the Code Red state.( Web Link)

Its just a matter of time an announcement of the change will happen. The Adjusted rate went up .9 a relative change of 28% plus.

It is just a matter of time.

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