Last weekend County Health Officer Nichole Quick issued new guidelines for Orange County. 16 reasons were listed for understanding the need for increased safety measures citing a strong likelihood of a large and increasing number of cases of community transmission, a lack of a vaccine and CDC guidelines for Covid-19.
Orange County is reopening over 60,000 acres of regional and wilderness parks along with camping on May 16 after a two-month long shut down. The Orange County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to reopen parking lots across the county this weekend with the exception of beach parking lots which will remain closed. Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do stated in a Press Release "Many Orange County residents do not live within walking distance of a park, especially our seniors and disabled residents," said Vice Chairman Andrew Do, First District Supervisor. "Now all residents have the opportunity to access County parks while
Starting Friday, April 24 some essential workers in Orange County are required to wear face masks while at work. The directive does not apply to customers. Vice Chairman Andrew Do, First District Supervisor, initiated the directive synonymous with the April 1 guidance from the California Department of Public Health, suggesting face coverings to be worn in public.
Private doctors are starting to administer Covid-19 tests throughout Orange County, offering certificates saying you are negative and may go back to work. Orange County Deputy Agency Director, Public Health Services David M. Souleles addressed the elusive paperwork and private practice testing groups in Orange County.
The Ayres Hotel in Laguna Woods has been approved as an isolation facility for the South Orange County homeless population. We have included the press release from the county as well as District Supervisor Lisa Bartlett's response addressing the situation.
Hi Locals! We know everything has been moving at the speed of light so we wanted to provide a quick recap for you that's easy, quick and factual. This is a three-part installation starting with our favorite city and county: Lake Forest, Orange County!
The California Department of Education held their very first virtual press conference today regarding the $100 million allocated in SB 117 to schools in response to covid-19. The conference included distance learning, special education, emergency grants and when schools can choose to open.
The Lake Forest Chamber of Commerce held a live stream on Facebook today discussing city efforts to help local businesses during the covid-19 pandemic. ake Forest Council Member Dwight Robinson said the Lake Forest Economic Development team has been reaching out to businesses and is available for help and questions.