East Bay Mayors, Council Members & City Management:
Thank you for feedback and questions. We continue to work on these to address your pressing concerns.
Today, Governor Newsom requested a presidential major disaster declaration, which was approved earlier this evening. We are reviewing this declaration to understand what this means for our cities.
On the federal level, you can see the National League of Cities notes of today’s vote and next steps. We will continue to push federal advocacy information forward, especially when we need your engagement on bills.
There were no press conferences or calls today. Attached you will find the daily CalOES briefing, and a flyer from California Volunteers (more information below).
California Secures Presidential Major Disaster Declaration to Support State’s COVID-19 Emergency Response
Federal Actions (Courtesy of NLC)
In a major late breaking development, Senate Democrats filibustered the third stimulus bill that Senate Republicans have been pushing, H.R. 748, the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act) Act. The CARES Act would have provided relief emergency assistance and health care response for individuals, families and businesses affected by the 2020 coronavirus pandemic. This included emergency appropriations for coronavirus health response and agency operations, along with economic stabilization and assistance to severely distressed sectors of the US economy, supporting America’s health care system, keeping workers paid.
A procedural vote on the bill that would have ended debate on it and allowed the Senate to be ready to vote on the bill on the floor tomorrow failed. Senate rules require 60 votes in the affirmative for this type of motion, known as cloture, to pass. At this point H.R. 748, the CARES Act, the third stimulus bill, as written, is sidelined. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi broke off talks over the measure earlier today with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and others and vowed that she would work on her own bill.
Other State Information
California Volunteers also requested we provide you the following information (also attached as CA Volunteers document):
Dear Fellow Californians,
As Californians experience hardships due to COVID-19, many are facing food insecurity.
On Friday, Governor Gavin Newsom announced the deployment of California National Guard members to provide short-term support to food banks.
Now, we need your help.
Please download and share this flyer and find out how you can help someone in need today.
And during this time, help a neighbor by sharing these resources to anyone who may need food.
More ways for Californians to receive or to give help to their community during these difficult times are outlined on the California Volunteers website: serve.ca.gov.
Follow California Volunteers on socials and stay up to date on ways you can help us meet the moment.
For more information on the state’s response to COVID-19, please visit: covid19.ca.gov
Chief Service Officer
California Volunteers, Office of the Governor
California: State of Preparedness
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COVID-19 at a Glance
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- As of 2 p.m. March 21, 2020 there were a total of 1468 positive cases in California. 24 cases are from repatriation flights, and the other 1444 confirmed cases include:
- 87- travel related, 26 of which are from the Grand Princess.
- 145 - person-to-person, 23 of which are health care workers
- 408- community transmissions.
- 778- currently under investigation.
- 27 - deaths (Includes one non-California resident).
- Hospital Capacity (as of March 15)
- 74,000 hospital beds at 614 facilities.
- Surge capacity of 8661 beds.
- 11,500 ICU beds (includes pediatric and neonatal).
- 7587 ventilators.
- EMSA has additional 900 ventilators.
- An additional several hundred ventilators procured.
- California is working to secure additional locations in order to “stack” enough resources to address anticipated need.
- Seton Medical Center in Daly City to add 190 beds. This hospital will start accepting patients on Wednesday.
- Agreement pending approval for St. Vincent Medical Center, which will add 300 beds.
- Community Hospital of Long Beach, containing 130 beds.
- California Pacific Medical Center- Pacific Campus for an additional 157 beds.
- California began receiving shipments from a prior request from the Strategic National Stockpile. The request included:
- 358,381 N95 masks
- 853,730 surgical masks
- 162,565 face shields
- 132,544 surgical gowns
- 678 coveralls
- 471,941 gloves
- California this week requested the following additional supplies from the Strategic National Stockpile:
- 20 million N95 masks
- 10 million surgical masks
- 600,000 surgical gowns
- 600,000 face shields
- 600,000 gloves
- 300,000 goggles
- 100,000 coveralls
- 10,000 ventilators
- 2 million swabs
- 200,000 RNA
- Taskforces have been stood up by the State Operations Center (SOC) to address various COVID-19 response issues:
- Communications/Crisis Communications (ESF* 2/ESF 15)
- Transportation and Infrastructure (ESF 1/ESF 3)
- Housing and Social Services (ESF 6)
- Logistics/Commodity Movement (ESF 7)
- Fire/Law Enforcement (ESF 4/ESF 13
- Public Health and Medical (ESF 8)
- Schools Task Force
- Economic Impact/Recovery Task Force
- Volunteers & Philanthropy (ESF 17)
- Innovation & Technology Task Force
- Cybersecurity (ESF 18)
- Corrections Facilities & Hospitals
* Emergency Support Function
- As of March 20, 2020, there have been 201 deaths.
- 15,219 cases reported in 54 jurisdictions (49 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, and US Virgin Islands)
- 11,900+ individuals who traveled on commercial flights through SFO or LAX are self-monitoring across 49 local health jurisdictions. This is precautionary and these individuals are not displaying symptoms at this time.
- From the international data we have, of those who have tested positive for COVID-19, approximately 80 percent do not exhibit symptoms that would require hospitalization.
- Governor Newsom directed $42 million in emergency funding to expand California’s health care infrastructure and secure equipment and services to support California’s response to COVID-19.
- $30 million to lease and operate two facilities and to expand the state’s hospital capacity.
- Seton Medical Center in Daly City.
- St. Vincent Medical Center in Los Angeles.
- $1,420,000 to expand capacity of the state’s public health lab in Richmond.
- $8,647,000 to purchase new ventilators, as well as IV fusion pumps, and refurbish additional ventilators.
- $2 million to contract with American Medical Response to provide patient transportation.
- On March 20, FEMA has established a COVID-19 rumor control page on their website to clear up misconceptions about the virus. Visitors to the page will also find fact sheets and archived news releases. The COVID-19 response pages can be found at:
- The Treasury department announced Tax Day would be moved from April 15th to July 15th.
- The U.S. Department of Education is temporarily waiving interest on all federally held student loans and has directed federal lenders to suspend student loan payments for 60 days.
- 500 California National Guard personnel have been requested by CalVolunteers and CHHS On March 20, to augment food distribution through food bank and pantry locations due to COVID-19 disruption of local and volunteer activities throughout the state
- On March 20, 2020, CDE launched the email COVID19@cde.ca.gov to streamline management of inquiries from the field.
- On March 19 , Governor Gavin Newsom requested federal assistance to support California’s efforts to prepare to COVID-19. The letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy can be found here. He also requested that the President deploy the USNS Mercy Hospital Ship. Governor Newsom Also issued an executive order to permit vote-by-mail procedures to be used in three upcoming special elections, protecting public health and safety during the COVID-19 outbreak. The order can be viewed here.
- On March 19, 2020, Superintendent Thurmond announced the CA Meals for Kids mobile application now includes an “Emergency Meal Sites” layer identifying sites that continue to serve meals during school closure.
- Governor Gavin Newsom issued executive orders suspending standardized testing for students in response to COVID-19 and providing flexibility to local governments to spend their emergency homelessness funding on immediate solutions tailored to combatting COVID-19 and its impacts on the homeless population. He also directed the first allocation of the $500 million in emergency funding recently authorized by the Legislature for COVID-19 related activities – $150 million for local emergency homelessness actions. To deploy this first funding allocation, the state will provide:
- $100 million directly to local governments, for shelter support and emergency housing to address COVID-19 among the homeless population.
- $50 million to purchase travel trailers and lease rooms in hotels, motels, and other facilities in partnership with counties and cities to provide immediate isolation placements throughout the state for homeless individuals.
- On March 17 , 2020, the President announced on that all states can now authorize tests developed and used within their borders, in addition to the FDA.
- The Small Business Administration announced all California counties eligible for Economic Disaster Loans on March 17, 2020.
- Governor Gavin Newsom signed SB 89 and SB 117, budget bills that provide $500 million in General Fund monies to help California fight COVID-19 and authorizes increases up to $1 billion. The funding will:
- Increase hospital bed capacity and purchase medical equipment to combat the coming surge in COVID-19 patients;
- Protect hospitals, nursing homes, and other facilities most vulnerable to COVID-19 spread
- Provide lifesaving services to Californians isolating at home
- Support local government to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in homeless populations and provide safe beds for people experiencing homelessness
- Provide funding to clean childcare facilities that remain open.
- The package also provides $100 million Proposition 98 General Fund for personal protective equipment and cleaning for schools that remain open. It also allows schools to maintain funding despite service disruptions.
- On March 16, Governor Gavin Newsom requested that the California State Legislature take emergency action to fight Covid-19. Letter can be viewed here.
- The early and unanimous passage of the budget bills secured $1.1 billion in funding for COVID-19 efforts.
- On March 16, the President issued guidance discouraging gatherings greater than 10.
On March 16, the Small Business Administration approved an Economic Injury Disaster Loan assistance declaration for California, which makes loans available to small businesses and private, non-profit organizations in designated areas of a state or territory to help alleviate economic injury caused by the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
- The declaration covers the following primary counties: Alameda, Calaveras, Contra Costa, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, San Mateo, Sonoma and Tuolumne.
- It also covers the contiguous counties of Alpine, Amador, El Dorado, Imperial, Kern, Lake, Madera, Marin, Mariposa, Mendocino, Merced, Mono, Napa, Orange, Placer, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Joaquin, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, Stanislaus, Sutter, Ventura, and Yolo.
- Additional counties can still submit worksheets in order to be added to the declaration.
- Governor Gavin Newsom also issued an executive order that authorizes local governments to halt evictions for renters and homeowners, slows foreclosures, and protects against utility shutoffs for Californians affected by COVID-19.
- The Department of Motor Vehicles requested law enforcement exercise discretion for 60 days in their enforcement of driver license and vehicle registration expiration dates beginning March 16, 2020. The DMV is taking this action so that at-risk populations, including seniors and those with underlying health conditions, can avoid required visits to DMV field offices for driver license or vehicle registration renewals.
- Transactions that fall within this action include driver license renewals for those:
- 70 years of age and older required to take a knowledge test
- Individuals who are required to renew in the office (last DMV visit was 15 years prior)
- Individuals subject to vision testing
- Individuals with complex driving history
On March 15, Governor Gavin Newsom announced pilot programs in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties that will begin mobile testing labs in next 24 to 48 hours. Pilot program could expand to other areas of state. The Governor also called for:
- Those who are older than 65 and those with chronic conditions to isolate in their homes as they face the greatest risk from COVID-19.
- Visitation of patients in hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, senior and assisted living homes be for “end of life” only.
- Bars, night clubs and wineries to close.
- Restaurants to cut occupancy in half.
- Points of access will be expanded to deliver good to people who are isolated in their homes.
- On March 15 Governor Gavin Newsom announced efforts to address the unsheltered homeless population:
- Hotels and motels will be procured to remove the homeless from the streets.
- 450 trailers will be sent to critical points to provide housing to the homeless.
- Announced forthcoming guidance for schools that plan to remain open.
- The CDC also announced new guidance for mass events and recommends that for the next 8 weeks, organizers cancel or postpone in-person events that consist of 50 people.
- March 14 , the House of Representatives passed H.R 6201, The 2nd Federal Supplemental—Coronavirus Response Act. The bill includes paid sick leave, unemployment insurance, free testing and money for food stamps, among other things. Complete summary of appropriations made in the bill can be viewed here.
- As of March 14, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has an Incident Management Assistance Team integrated into the Cal OES State Operations Center in Sacramento to support the State of California and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) with the coordination of federal resources.
- March 13 , the President issued a proclamation declaring a national emergency concerning the COVID-19 outbreak. To view the declaration, click here. The White house also released a memorandum on expanding state-approved diagnostic tests. Click here to view.
- State, territorial, tribal, and local government entities and certain private non-profit organizations are eligible to apply for assistance for measures taken to respond to the COVID-19 emergency at the direction or guidance of public health officials. Reimbursable activities typically include emergency protective measures such as the activation of State Emergency Operations Centers, National Guard costs, law enforcement and other measures necessary to protect public health and safety.
- The FEMA Region IX Office in Oakland stood up its Regional Response Coordination Center to co-coordinate with HHS for federal resources to the seven states and territories within its operational jurisdiction.
- Governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order ensuring state funding for schools in event of physical closure.
- March 12 , Governor Gavin Newsom issued an executive order further enhancing California's ability to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Governor's order:
- Waives the one-week waiting period for people who are unemployed and/or disabled as a result of COVID-19;
- Delays the deadline for state tax filing by 60 days for individuals and businesses unable to file on time based on compliance with public health requirements related to COVID-19 filings;
- Directs residents to follow public health directives and guidance, including to cancel large non-essential gatherings that do not meet state criteria;
- Readies the state to commandeer property for temporary residences and medical facilities for quarantining, isolating or treating individuals;
- Allows local or state legislative bodies to hold meetings via teleconference and to make meetings accessible electronically; and
- Allows local and state emergency administrators to act quickly to protect public health.
- March 11 , Governor Newsom and state public health officials announced updated guidance on gatherings to protect public health and slow the spread of COVID-19.
- On March 11, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic.
- March 10 Snapshot:
- 1017 total individuals were disembarked from the ship on March 10.
- 614 individuals were transported by bus to Travis Air Force Base near Fairfield, California.
- 124 individuals were transported via charted flight to Dobbins Air Reserve base near Marietta, Georgia.
- 98 individuals were transported via chartered flight to Lackland Air Force Base near San Antonio.
- 136 individuals were repatriated via chartered flight to the United Kingdom.
- 3 individuals were transported via ambulance.
- Up to 24 individuals who disembarked the cruise ship are being relocated to a cluster of buildings on the Asilomar State Beach and Conference Grounds in Pacific Grove. The individuals will be temporarily housed in buildings that are removed from visitors and the public, and will not interact with other Asilomar guests, employees, or the general public.
- All the individuals have been screened by medical professionals, and because they have mild symptoms that do not require hospitalization, they cannot be quarantined at Travis Air Force Base. While none of these individuals is known to have contracted novel coronavirus (COVID-19), they will be tested and monitored by medical professionals while at Asilomar.
- Following the completion of the mission, the Grand Princess Cruise Ship will be moved from dock at the Port of Oakland and temporarily anchored.
- Upon the ship’s departure, the Port of Oakland site will be fully remediated and decontaminated by immediately removing temporary structures and pressure washing the entire site with a bleach solution to disinfect it.
- CHHS and Cal OES continues partnering with federal and local governments to ensure that adequate protocols are in place to protect the health of the disembarked passengers and the public health of California and the communities surrounding Asilomar.
- The state worked, and continues to work closely with local agencies, including Monterey County and the City of Pacific Grove, to coordinate this mission and provide communication and information to the public.
- March 9 Snapshot:
- 407 total individuals were disembarked from the ship
- 173 U.S. residents
- 149 transported via bus to Travis Air Force Base
- 24 transported via ambulance
- 234 Canadians
- 232 transported for repatriation to Canada
- 2 transported via ambulance
- The first day of disembarkation focused on passengers with the greatest medical need (not necessarily related to COVID-19). Many of these passengers had limitations on their movement which required greater time and care while they de-boarded the vessel.
- Around noon on March 9, the Grand Princess cruise ship docked in the Port of Oakland and begin the disembarking process. Federal support teams from the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness & Response within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (U.S. HHS) setup disembarking screening protocols to focus first on helping those individuals who required immediate emergency medical care, not necessarily related to COVID-19 exposure.
- After the first cohort of individuals disembarked, the federal staff began disembarking the 962 California residents and Canadian nationals.
- Once all California residents were off the ship, non-Californians were transported by the federal government to facilities in other states. The crew was quarantined aboard the ship. Crew members in need of more acute medical care, were transferred to an appropriate medical facility in California.
- For more information regarding today’s activities in Oakland, see this press release from OESNews.
- March 8, Cal OES and CDPH issued a press release giving an overview of the plan for the disembarking of the Grand Princess passengers and crew. For that release, please visit the OES News page.
- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services worked with state and local partners in California to support passengers returning to the U.S. on the Grand Princess cruise ship. For that release, please visit the HHS page.
- The ship docked temporarily in a non-passenger port in San Francisco Bay.
- Passengers will be transferred to federal military installations for medical screening, COVID-19 testing, and a 14-day quarantine.
- Nearly 1,000 passengers who are California residents will complete the mandatory quarantine at Travis Air Force Base and Miramar Naval Air Station, and residents of other states will complete the mandatory quarantine at Joint Base San Antonio Lackland in Texas or Dobbins Air Force Base in Georgia.
- The Department of State worked closely with the home countries of several hundred passengers to arrange for repatriation to their countries.
- March 7, California officials issued updated guidance to schools, colleges and universities, event organizers and public health officials as they plan for further spread of COVID-19.
- On the morning of March 6, the federal government and the State of California learned that 21 of the 46 individuals who were tested for COVID-19 on the Grand Princess cruise ship tested positive.
- Federal and state government have been working in close collaboration overnight and throughout the day to quickly stand up a solution that meets the health needs for those on board and protects public health.
- On March 5, under the direction of Governor Gavin Newsom, the Department of Managed Health Care directed all commercial and Medi-Cal health plans regulated by the Department to immediately reduce cost-sharing to zero for all medically necessary screening and testing for the COVID-19.
- On March 5, the California Department of Insurance issued similar direction providing cost free medically necessary testing for an additional 2 million Californians. Combined these announcements ensure that 24 million more Californians are eligible to receive testing, should their health care provider deem it medically necessary.
- On March 5, the California Employee Development Department announced support services to individuals affected by COVID-19 in California. For faster and more convenient access to those services, the use of online options is encouraged.
- Individuals who are unable to work due to having or being exposed to COVID-19 (certified by a medical professional) can file a Disability Insurance claim.
- Californians who are unable to work because they are caring for an ill or quarantined family member with COVID-19 (certified by a medical professional) can file a Paid Family Leave claim.
- Employers experiencing a slowdown in their businesses or services as a result of the Coronavirus impact on the economy may apply for the UI Work Sharing Program.
Grand Princess Cruise Ship
- Beginning Monday, March 23, passengers of the Grand Princess will begin to leave quarantine at Travis and Miramar. They will leave in groups over the next two days to return to their homes.
- As of Saturday, March 14, state and federal officials disembarked more than 2,900 individuals from the Grand Princess which includes more than 2,400 passengers and more than 500 crew.
- The ship departed the Port of Oakland on Sunday, March 15.
- In total, 1,424 individuals were safely brought ashore during the first two days of the Grand Princess disembarkation.
- 613 sent to Travis Air Force Base (CA)
- 42 sent to Miramar Marine Corp Air Station (CA)
- 124 Sent to Dobbins Air Reserve Base (GA)
- 98 sent to Lackland Air Force Base (TX)
- 168 repatriated via chartered flight to United Kingdom
- 19 relocated to Asilomar
- This number will fluctuate as those who test positive for COVID-19 are relocated to Asilomar and those who test negative are relocated to federal military bases.
- An additional alternative quarantine site has been identified, a hotel in San Carlos owned by a private company, GRM Properties. The hotel has the capacity to house up to 120 individuals and currently has no guests. The individuals being relocated to San Carlos will not interact with the general public.
- Each person going to San Carlos has been screened by medical professionals, and because they have mild symptoms that do not require hospitalization, they cannot be quarantined at Travis Air Force Base. While none of these individuals are known to have contracted novel coronavirus (COVID-19), they will be tested and monitored by medical professionals.
- The passengers’ 14 day quarantine started when they disembarked, so some will end their time on March 24th, 25th, 26th and 27th.
- However, each is an individual medical decision, so discharge dates may vary.
- Given our connectedness to rest of the world and our sheer size, we have always understood that a fast-spreading and novel infectious disease could show up here first, in California, before anywhere else in the country.
- In recent years we have had a plan for a flu-like pandemic – one that has built on our knowledge and experience with previous flu-strains and infectious diseases.
- Our public health infrastructure and our expertise is second to none. We have been preparing for this particular virus since it was discovered last year, and we have been in deep and daily coordination with the CDC, local government and our health system as it spread.
Every person has a role to play. So much of protecting yourself and your family comes down to common sense – things you learned as a kindergartner:
- Washing hands with soap and water.
- Avoiding touching eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands.
- Avoiding close contact with people who are sick.
- Follow guidance from public health officials.
- It is also important that anyone experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, call their health care provider first before seeking medical care so that appropriate precautions can be taken.
- Staying away from work, school or other people if you become sick with respiratory symptoms like fever and cough.
- The family of coronaviruses has been around for some time. Some coronavirus are common, like the ones that cause the common cold. Coronavirus Disease 2019, or COVID-19, is a new a kind of coronavirus.
- The most common symptoms include fever cough and respiratory symptoms. Our experience to date is that most people, more than 80%, have mild or no symptoms, but some have more complicated course, including pneumonia.
- We are learning more about its transmission, but the most common symptoms are respiratory, so its primary mode of transmission is through coughing and sneezing.
- California has 22 – state and county labs currently testing.
- March 22, 26,200 tests have been conducted in California, including private and commercial labs.
- 13,467 results have been reported to Public Health.
- 12,700+ are pending.
- In order to better focus public health resources on the changing needs of California communities, the state is no longer collecting information about California travelers returning from countries that have confirmed COVID-19 outbreaks.
- Community transmission of COVID-19 has been identified in California since late February, and since early March, most confirmed cases in the state were not related to travel outside of the United States.
- 2 other commercial labs will be coming online by March 24.
- The CDC is providing test kits to public health labs in the U.S., including California, to detect the novel coronavirus. The test kits contain all the elements necessary for a laboratory to test and confirm the presence of the disease. Each test kit contains enough ingredients to test between 350 and 400 individuals. As of March 7, there are 25 such kits in California at various public health labs. Additional test kits have been ordered.
- At this time, both oral and nasal swabs are taken at a hospital or by a physician who suspects COVID 19. This is handled through regular procedures for specimen collection, much in the same way flu testing is handled. There are no special materials needed for this collection. Those specimens are delivered, again much in the same way flu specimens are delivered, to the nearest public health lab for testing.
- California is working closely with the CDC to request and receive more testing capacity, as needed. The CDC has fulfilled those requests on an ongoing basis and, as needs expand, California continues to request more testing capacity.
- Cal OES has been working diligently with county representatives to gather data on the economic impacts Coronavirus has had on small businesses, in order to verify the need for a U.S. Small Business Administration Economic Injury Disaster Loan declaration.
- This SBA declaration, makes available Economic Injury Disaster Loans to impacted small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small businesses engaged in aquaculture, and private non‐profit organizations.
- SBA loans can be approved up to 2 million dollars but are limited to the economic injury determined by SBA. These loans are intended to assist through the disaster recovery period.
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