Here are some of the latest developments around the region related to the novel coronavirus, also known as Covid-19, as of Monday afternoon.

Indoor activities across California must be reined in as the state combats a resurgence of virus. The state ordered all 58 counties to close indoor activities at restaurants, wineries, movie theaters, zoos, museums, card rooms and all bars. Each county on the state’s coronavirus monitoring list for three consecutive days — including Contra Costa, Marin, Monterey, Napa, Solano and Sonoma counties — must also close gyms, places of worship, offices in non-critical sectors, hair and nail salons and indoor malls in addition to the statewide closure.

Santa Clara County is opening three additional Covid-19 diagnostic testing centers next week in San Jose at Independence High School C Commons at 617 N. Jackson Ave., the County of Santa Clara Service Center Auditorium at 1555 Berger Road and in Gilroy at the South County Annex at 9300 Wren Ave. The walk-up testing sites are free, easy nasal swab tests that do not require an appointment, symptoms, insurance, or doctors note and will be administered regardless of immigration status.

Food Bank Produce
<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/accfb/5263627541">ACCFB</a>/Flickr Volunteers load produce at the Alameda County Community Food Bank. The food bank announced a partnership with Amazon for food delivery during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Alameda County may soon subject to the more stringent state orders as early as Wednesday — the county was added to the watchlist Sunday.

The Alameda County Community Food Bank announced a partnership Friday with Amazon to deliver food to county residents who have tested positive for Covid-19 and cannot obtain their own groceries.

The Contra Costa County Library System will open the Pleasant Hill library for front door service on Tuesday at a temporary location in the City Hall Community Rooms at 100 Gregory Lane. The temporary site will be available until the new Pleasant Hill Library opens, which city leaders expect will be in late 2021.

Jesse Garnier SFBay Covid-19 Bay Area dashboard as of Monday, July 13, 2020.
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As of Monday at 6 p.m., health officials have confirmed the following number of cases around the greater Bay Area region:

  • Alameda County: 7,976 cases, 148 deaths
    (Totals include Berkeley Health Department data)
  • Contra Costa County: 4,852 cases, 90 deaths
  • Marin County: 3,734 cases, 38 deaths
    (Totals include San Quentin State Prison)
  • Monterey County: 2,790 cases, 17 deaths
    (2,540 cases, 18 deaths on Saturday)
  • Napa County: 518 cases, 4 deaths
  • San Francisco: 4,590 cases, 50 deaths
  • San Mateo County: 4,045 cases, 112 deaths
  • Santa Clara County: 6,542 cases, 167 deaths
  • Santa Cruz County: 569 cases, 3 deaths
  • Solano County: 2,219 cases, 31 deaths
  • Sonoma County: 1,819 cases, 16 deaths
  • Statewide: 332,817 cases, 7,088 deaths

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