CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) INFORMATION

  1. PRESS RELEASE
  2.   CLOSURES 
  3. MODIFIED SERVICES
  4. CONFIRMED CASES
  5.   SUMMARY  
PRESS RELEASE  (Haga clic aquí para ver la versión en español.) 

SAN PABLO CITY COUNCIL DECLARES LOCAL EMERGENCY AND LAUNCHES MODIFIED CITY OPERATIONS PLAN, EFFECTIVE MARCH 16, 2020

“The local emergency declaration will enable the City to activate its Emergency Operations Center, and transform City Operations to an “essential services” mode of operation with closure of non-essential City facilities, limited public services, and designation of all City employees as local disaster workers in response to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.” stated San Pablo City Manager Matt Rodriguez, acting as the City’s designated Emergency Services Director. “Our intention is to ensure all County public health protective and preventative measures are instituted for City Operations in order to protect the public, City employees and first responders.”

  1. CITY OPERATIONS RESO/ORD
  2. CITY CLERK
  3. DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
  4. PUBLIC WORKS
  5. COMMUNITY SERVICES
  6. COUNTY & STATE ORDERS
  1. SYMPTOMS
  2. PRECAUTIONS
  3. SENSITIVE GROUPS
  4. ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
  5. TESTING

Symptoms may appear in as few as 2 days or up to 14 days after exposure.

1) Fever

2) Cough

3) Shortness of breath

4) Severe complications often include pneumonia in both lungs

  1. NON-ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES
  2. ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES

Non-essential businesses

Non-essential businesses must cease all activities at facilities located within the City except minimum basic operations. Operations that can continue include:

  • Inventory, ensure security, process payroll, and employee benefits, or for related functions
  • Activities that help employees work from their homes
  • Sanitation, including janitorial

Employees must maintain a distance of at least 6 feet from each other at all times.