Stay at Home Order

featured graphic for news from the County of Orange during COVID-19, seal of the County of Orange courtesy of Orange County

Today the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced that the Southern California Region will remain under the State of California’s “Regional Stay-at-Home Order.” The County of Orange, along with 10 other Southern California Counties, were originally placed under the State’s Regional Stay-at-Home Order on December 3, 2020. As a …continue reading

featured graphic for Garden Grove’s Jobs 1st to go program during COVID-19

In response to the state’s recent regional Stay-at-Home order, which restricts outdoor dining, the City has expanded its JOBS 1st program to add a new JOBS 1st To-Go, which aims to assist local food and drink establishments with access to grants of up to $1,500. Qualifying local establishments can now …continue reading

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Top Ten Stories for December 06 through December 12 include seasonal events, Stay at Home order, COVID-19 testing, and asked-for help. Top Ten Stories for December 06 through December 12 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Community invited to …continue reading

featured graphic for California Assemblyman James Gallagher during COVID-19

California Assemblyman James Gallagher (R-Yuba City), who successfully sued Governor Newsom for abuse of power during the pandemic, issues the following statement in response to Newsom’s new stay-at-home order that goes into effect Thursday night throughout the “Greater Sacramento” region, closing hair salons and all outdoor/indoor dining, among other businesses …continue reading

featured graphic for Orange County Social Services Agency during COVID-19

Following the Governor’s Regional Stay-at-Home Order that went to effect on Sunday December 6th in Southern California and other regions throughout the state, Orange County residents are required to remain at home as much as possible to reduce their exposure to illness. As a result, the County of Orange Social …continue reading

featured graphic for news from the County of Orange during COVID-19, seal of the County of Orange courtesy of Orange County

Today the Southern California Region dropped below the 15 percent Intensive Care Unit (ICU) capacity thereby triggering the state of California’s “Regional Stay-at-Home Order” as was announced on December 3, 2020 by Governor Gavin Newsom. As a result, Orange County residents – along with residents of the other 10 Southern …continue reading

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Gavin Newsom today announced a new Five Region Stay at Home Order that will be triggered when a region has less than 15% ICU bed capacity. According to the Governor’s press conference, we are advised this could happen in the Southern California region in a …continue reading