There has been a significant increase in the number of positive cases from COVID-19, which is beginning to strain healthcare resources.
There are 21 confirmed cases in San Benito County since February, 15 of which are active and five recovered; county offering opt-in community update service through Nixle; Chamber of Commerce member dues deferred to July 1.
Members will assist with sorting, packing and food distribution at Community FoodBank on April 3.
Food distribution, rental/utility assistance, homeless services and more.
Police, fire and sheriff’s deputies wear personal protection equipment when necessary and limit in-person contact.
Thirty new cases reported, 5,202 people have tested positive, 309 are active patients, 4,842 have recovered and 51 have died; the county’s current positivity rate is 15.7%.
County students read a combined 126,431,714 words from Sept. 22 to Dec. 21.
New school would accommodate a third of the students of present school, cost property owners a minimum of $73 million.