City of Placerville Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Published on March 06, 2020
On Jan. 12, the State of California announced that the Greater Sacramento region, which El Dorado County is part of, is permitted to exit the State’s Regional Stay at Home Order with a four week ICU availability projection of 19 percent. Counties in the Greater Sacramento region can resume operating under the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy tier structure. Based on the State’s tier criteria, Sacramento County will be in Tier 1/Purple. Sacramento County Public Health will be issuing an updated Health Order to align with Tier 1/Purple that will be effective Wed. Jan. 13, 2021, that reopens some indoor and outdoor operations under reduced operational capacity. Sacramento County will continue to provide details regarding the updated Health Order.
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It is important for our community members to understand the important role they play in this readiness plan. To help prevent the spread of germs and any illness, all standard precautions should be observed with care in the coming weeks. Remember to wash your hands often for at least 20 seconds with soap and warm water, stay home if you feel ill, and avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
We understand your concerns and we encourage our community members to follow this evolving situation (for current information) via the following El Dorado County Public Health and Human Services Webpage
California State Webpage.
More information regarding the Coronavirus can be found here.
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Small Business Help
"El Dorado County Economic Development COVID-19 outreach. Please take this quick survey to let us know the impacts COVID-19 has had on your business and to hear about available resources"
LINK TO SURVEY: https://www.surveymonkey.com/
Calfironia Small Business Help
El Dorado County Chamber of Commerce Small Business Assistance – State Treasurer Fiona Ma has launched a resource list for small businesses impacted by the COVID-29 pandemic. It includes resources from the federal, state, and local governments, nonprofits, and the private sector. The list contains information on grants and loans, tax deadline extensions, guidance on how to protect workers, and even private sector grants, such as the $100 million Facebook program for cash grants and ad credits.
Confused where your business stands? Go here for help.
For information on the CARES Act: https://taxfoundation.
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