SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KRON) — The California Department of Community Health and fitness announced the most recent update on COVID-19 on Wednesday.
As of Wednesday, 4 regions are beneath the state’s keep-at-home order: The San Joaquin Valley, Southern California, Greater Sacramento and the Bay Place.
These locations ought to remain less than the order for at minimum a few weeks and can exit the order if ICU potential for the subsequent month are at or higher than 15%.
Right now, the Bay Space is at 12.4% ICU potential.
The dates locations will be suitable to exit are:
- Bay Area: January 8
- San Joaquin: December 28
- Southern California: December 28
- Increased Sacramento: January 1
As of Dec. 23, California has 1,854,456 confirmed situations and claimed much more than 22,000 deaths. The 7-working day positivity fee is 13.3% and the 14-day positivity fee is 12.%.
Virtually 17,000 Californians are at the moment hospitalized in the state and 3,614 are in ICU.
Recent accessible ICU ability by location:
- Bay Spot: 12.4%
- Increased Sacramento Region: 11.6%
- Northern California: 24.2%
- San Joaquin Valley: .%
- Southern California: .%
The very first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine are currently being administered to overall health treatment personnel and nursing residence people, as aspect of the state’s Section 1A vaccine system.
California is working to decide who will be involved in Stage 1B and 1C.