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Santa Clara County Announces New Reporting of Non-Essential Businesses Operating in Violation of Health Officer Order to Shelter in Place

Santa Clara County has a total of 263 positive COVID-19 cases

March 21, 2020

The County of Santa Clara District Attorney’s Office has established a new phone number and email for individuals or businesses to report a non-essential business operating in violation of the Health Officer Order to Shelter in Place. Reports of businesses operating in violation of the order can be directed to pubhealthreferral@dao.sccgov.org

The County of Santa Clara appreciates the efforts of the many businesses following the order and suspending operations to allow workers to shelter in place.

As of 5 p.m. on March 20, 2020, Santa Clara County has a total of 263 positive COVID-19 cases, an increase of 67 from the previous day. This increased case count is not unexpected given community transmission, an increase in provider reporting, and growing testing capacity through the commercial market.

The more people and businesses adhere to the Health Officer Order to Shelter in Place, the more we can decrease the potential exposures throughout the community. We applaud the public’s commitment to following the order and doing what is best for their friends, family, and community.

Additional information about COVID-19 in the county is available at sccphd.org/coronavirus.

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Last updated: 5/29/2020 9:55 AM