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Posted on 07/02/2020
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7/2 Update from City Manager Joe Gorton

Dear San Ramon Community,

Earlier this week, Contra Costa Health Services announced that re-openings originally planned for July 1 have been postponed due to an increase in COVID-19 cases in the County. At this time, no additional closures have been announced, and decisions about future re-openings will be based on County Indicators.

Click here for the most recent Re-Opening Timeline

Click here for the most recent list of What's Open in Contra Costa County

Slow the Spread: Hand Washing, Face Coverings & Physical Distance

According to Contra Costa Health Services, many people who carry and spread the virus have no symptoms themselves. That is why it’s important for everyone to continue regular hand washing, observe physical distancing, and wear face coverings within 6 feet of anyone you do not live with.

Questions about face coverings? Click here to read FAQ from Contra Costa County Health Services (click on "Order Addressing Face Coverings")

Read guidelines from Contra Costa County Health on Safer Social Interactions

Video presentation: Dr. Patrick Joseph, Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, discusses how the coronavirus spreads, the risks of contracting the virus in different situations, and how to make informed decisions about various activities.

Slow the Spread

 

Schedule a COVID-19 Test

Widespread testing is necessary to slow the spread of COVID-19 so that additional activities can safely resume. People can spread the virus without knowing they are sick, and testing helps identify people without symptoms who could be spreading COVID-19 so that they can stay away from work and public places until their infectious period is over.

Widespread testing also provides Health Officials with a more accurate picture of how many cases exist in our community and where the virus is spreading. While Contra Costa has seen an increase in the numbers of people being tested over the past several weeks, Contra Costa County Health Services highly encourages everyone who lives and works in the county to get tested, even if they have no symptoms.

To schedule a COVID-19 test at the drive-through site in San Ramon, call (844) 421-0804.

Click here to learn more about COVID-19 Testing

Run San Ramon: Virtual Event July 1–11, 2020

You can now submit your time for the Virtual Run San Ramon! We've added some new content to the Virtual Run San Ramon Facebook Event, including warm-up and cool-down videos, sample course routes, and prize drawings courtesy of Shred415.

Registration is open until July 10 at www.sanramon.ca.gov/fitnessraces--just sign up for a 5k, 10k or Fastest Mile, and post your time online now through July 11. All participants will receive a special virtual run edition short-sleeve commemorative shirt, race bib, and finisher medal, must-have addition to the Run San Ramon collection.

Learn more and register for the Virtual Run San Ramon

Lap Swim Continues at Dougherty Valley Aquatic Center and San Ramon Olympic Pool by Reservation Only

The City of San Ramon is offering expanded availability for lap swimming at the Dougherty Valley Aquatic Center and the San Ramon Olympic Pool, with swim times available by reservation. The City will continue to work with Contra Costa County Health Services, monitor the program closely, and make modifications as necessary. For complete details regarding the schedule, reservation process, and safety procedures, visit the link below.

View Lap Swimming Schedule, Reservation Process & Safety Procedures

Modified Summer Camps Now in Session

San Ramon Summer Camps are in session, and remain open for registration throughout the summer. All camps will be offered with modifications to comply with the most recent county, state and CDC guidelines.

Learn more about revised Summer Camps and Safety Procedures, and Register Here

Community Resources for San Ramon

The following information and resources are available at the City of San Ramon’s website, and are updated regularly:

Ways to Stay Informed

Website: www.sanramon.ca.gov/covid-19

Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, NextDoor

General Questions: (925) 973-2500

General COVID-19 Help Line for San Ramon: (925) 973-3240

Senior Hotline (English): (925) 973-3250

Senior Voicemail Line (Mandarin): (925) 973-3277

Contra Costa County Help Line: 2-1-1

Email: info@sanramon.ca.gov

 

I want to thank you all for your continued commitment to the health and well-being of the communityhave a safe and healthy 4th of July weekend!

Joe Gorton
San Ramon City Manager




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