There are now 21 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in San Luis Obispo County — up from 16 yesterday, public health officials confirmed at a Saturday afternoon news conference.
San Luis Obispo County has issued an executive order for all residents to shelter at home due to coronavirus.
The City of San Luis Obispo is placing temporary restrictions on restaurants and bars in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Starting immediately, all bars, breweries and wine tasting venues are closed to the public, according to a March 18…
“This is the most serious and significant issue I’ve faced in my generation. This is beyond anything we’ve experienced since 1918 Spanish flu.”
San Luis Obispo County is running low on extraction reagents — a critical piece in the COVID-19 testing process.
The measures are aimed at stopping large crowds from gathering for St. Patrick’s Day, County Administrative Officer and Emergency Services Director Wade Horton said at a press conference March 16.
As sections of California are preparing to “shelter in place,” most Cal Poly facilities remain open at this time.
At Cal Poly, Spring 2020 classes will be held online for at least the first two weeks of the quarter and spring break has been extended to April 6. But how does Cal Poly’s COVID-19 instructional changes stack up against other California public universities?
The patient is under the age of 60 with significant underlying health conditions. They live in South County.
After the first case of coronavirus was confirmed in the county, Cal Poly is mandating all final exams be held remotely.
A Cuesta College instructor has tested positive for coronavirus, according to a Cuesta campus-wide email. However, the faculty member does not live in San Luis Obispo County or the United States, according to Cuesta College Police. The faculty member is…