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COVID-19

Santa Clara County unveils vaccine plan

At a press conference on Wednesday morning, Santa Clara County officials announced the County’s submission of its vaccine plan to the State of California. As...

ALERT: Santa Clara County sees record 760 cases in one day, issues new directives

This afternoon, Santa Clara County Public Health officials held a rare Saturday event to inform the public of rapidly rising COVID-19 case numbers and...

Milpitas: Here’s what you need to know about the COVID curfew

With 41 California counties now in the state’s Purple COVID-19 tier—meaning the virus in those counties is widespread—midday Thursday Gavin Newsom and the California...

Pandemic Alert: Santa Clara County moved from Orange Tier into Purple Tier

In an unexpected move, Santa Clara County has been moved from COVID-19’s Orange tier to its Purple tier, bypassing the Red tier in between,...

To control COVID surge, Santa Clara County halts indoor dining and other high-risk activities

COVID-19 is back on the rise throughout the Bay Area, and Santa Clara County is currently catching the wave. The County rejoiced last month...

Santa Clara County sees a steep rise in COVID cases

Today at 11am, Santa Clara County officials Cindy Chavez (Board of Supervisors President), Dr. Sara Cody (Health Officer and Director of Public Health), James R....

Santa Clara County moves to allow opening of indoor dining, museums, & more

This afternoon, Santa Clara County leaders held a press conference to formally announce a revised risk reduction order for the county amid the COVID-19...

Santa Clara County issues revised order, prepares to allow limited indoor dining

The County today put out a Revised Risk Reduction Order, meaning we’re likely to be downgraded from the State's Red Tier category to an...

Milpitas City Council mulls budget appropriations for coronavirus-related funds

The Milpitas City Council mulled solutions Tuesday to make up for budget shortfalls pertaining to several city funds. According to Deputy City Manager Walter Rossmann,...

Santa Clara County allowed to open up more amid pandemic

Good news, for a change, in the fight against COVID-19: Santa Clara County, Milpitas included, is no longer on the State of California’s Tier 1...

Amid pandemic, City of Milpitas to provide grants to small businesses

Heads up, Milpitas business owners: The City of Milpitas is moving toward launching something called “The Milpitas Microenterprise Grant Program.” Its purpose is to grant...

As State fixes reporting system, Santa Clara County adds 751 new COVID cases

The State of California’s COVID-19 reporting infrastructure is working to emerge from a two-pronged crisis of inaccuracy and underreporting of disease cases. The underreporting...

Assemblymember Chu hosts virtual town hall on insurance resources & fire safety during COVID-19

Assemblymember Kansen Chu (D – Milpitas), in partnership California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara, and Cal Fire Chief – Santa Clara Unit, Jake Hess will...

Technical foul-up: COVID-19 cases are being underreported in Santa Clara County and across California

This week, alarming language on Santa Clara County’s COVID-19 website cited a statewide issue with tracking and reporting virus cases: “Due to a significant and...

Assemblymember Kansen Chu calls for Community Hero nominations

Assemblymember Kansen Chu (D – Milpitas) will be hosting his sixth annual Community Heroes Awards and would like to invite members of our community...

As COVID-19 cases surge in Milpitas, Elmwood Correctional Facility sees outbreak among inmates

Milpitas is seeing a rapidly rising COVID-19 case count. According to Santa Clara County’s COVID-19 dashboard, the city has as of today seen 235...

Santa Clara County needs to communicate better about COVID-19

Like many Santa Clara County residents, I’m glued to the County’s COVID-19 dashboard, which provides invaluable information on case totals, death totals, demographic breakdowns,...

Program run by City of Milpitas and service organizations provides free face masks to residents

Since early spring, the City of Milpitas has been partnering with the Milpitas Rotary Club and the Milpitas Executive Lions Club to provide free...

Assemblymember Kansen Chu hosts a Virtual Town Hall with California Treasurer Fiona Ma on small business resources during COVID-19

On Friday, July 31, at 11:00a.m., Assemblymember Kansen Chu will host a virtual Town Hall with California State Treasurer Fiona Ma to discuss the...

Milpitas COVID-19 case total passes 200

According to Santa Clara County’s COVID-19 data dashboard, Milpitas has by now had 202 confirmed novel coronavirus infections. The dashboard does not display the amount...

MUSD’s Rose Child Development Center carries on with in-person schooling during pandemic

For the past seven weeks now, Milpitas Unified School District’s (MUSD) Child Development Center (CDC) Summer Program has been in operation, serving 30 students...

Santa Clara County: Newsom announces that hair and nail salons allowed to open outdoors

In a burst of relief for California workers and business owners, and the state economy in general, Governor Gavin Newsom is now allowing hair...

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