Bay Area Region ICU Bed availability falls to 15.8% – Solano, Napa, San Mateo stay-at-home order coming soon

Where do Bay Area counties stand?

From the San Francisco Coronavirus Tracker, December 15, 2020

Sonoma recently joined five other Bay Area counties — San Francisco, Marin, Alameda, Contra Costa and Santa Clara — in adopting the regional stay-at-home order before being required to by the state. The Bay Area region was at 15.8% ICU availability as of Tuesday morning, according to the state website, with the order becoming mandatory if that number falls below 15%. The remaining counties — San Mateo, Napa and  Solano  — remain subject to purple-tier restrictions until the new order is triggered. Check the reopening tracker to see what’s allowed in each tier and each county.

[BenIndy editor: And visit the Tracker for MUCH MORE information….]