Coronavirus Impact Updates

Stay Up to Date on Recent Developments

March 30, 2020

Coronavirus is on the rise, stay up to date on new developments, closures and other impacts due to the spread of COVID-19.

 

California schools won’t reopen before end of academic year

Schools will remain closed with an emphasis on distanced learning. Read more HERE.

 

Sacramento County school districts to extend closures amid COVID-19 outbreak

Closed through May 1st. Read more HERE.

 

House passes historic $2 trillion aid package hoping to curb COVID-19’s economic impact

Learn more about what this means to you HERE.

 

US leads world in confirmed coronavirus cases

Surpassing 80,000 cofirmed cases. Read more HERE.

 

Many places are hiring during the Coronavirus to help accommodate demand for new services. Learn more at the links below:

Raley's // Nugget Markets // Midtown Association // Amazon // Safeway // Save Mart

 

Newsom: Next 6-8 weeks will be pivotal for stay-at-home order

Learn more about this HERE.

 

Counties Cordoning Off Playgrounds To Try And Stop Coronavirus Transmission

Learn more about which counties and areas HERE.

 

Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Coming To Sacramento County

Starting Tuesday. Learn more HERE.

 

It's Still Safe to Donate Blood, and it is Needed

Learn more about how you can help HERE.

 

Sacramento offers free child care for first responders, other essential health care and city workers

Learn how to take advantage of the offer HERE.

 

Sacramento implements temporary moratorium on tenant evictions. 

Learn more HERE.

 

Coronavirus quarantine: Things to do at home with your kids while schools are closed

Get some fun ideas HERE.

 

BREAKING: Governor Newsom issues statewide shelter in place

 

Audible to offer free audiobooks for kids

Learn more HERE.

 

PLACER COUNTY HEALTH OFFICER ISSUES DIRECTIVE TO STAY HOME EXCEPT FOR ESSENTIAL ACTIVITIES

Learn more HERE.

 

NUGGET MARKETS DEDICATES SENIOR SHOPPING HOURS

Statement From Nugget: To help protect our most vulnerable guests during these difficult times, Nugget Markets is designating temporary shopping hours specifically for guests ages 65+ and those who are at-risk due to health conditions. Starting Tuesday, March 24, these hours will be Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 6–8 a.m. or 7–8 a.m. depending on store opening times. Please be mindful of those in need and reserve these times for senior citizens and other at-risk members of our community. We’re all in this together! 

Stores that open at 6 a.m.:

Nugget Markets in Davis (Covell), El Dorado Hills, Elk Grove, Roseville, Sacramento, Vacaville, West Sacramento and Woodland; Sonoma Market, Fork Lift by Nugget Markets in Cameron Park and Food 4 Less Woodland

Stores that open at 7 a.m.:

Nugget Markets in Davis (Mace), Corte Madera, Novato and Tiburon

 

Sacramento County officials issue ‘stay at home’ legal order to prevent spread of coronavirus

Learn more HERE.

 

San Juan Unified to Provide Free Meals to Students of Any District

See pick up locations HERE.

 

Coronavirus In Solano County: Health Officials Issue Shelter At Home Order

Solano County residents ordered to shelter in place per county officials. Learn more HERE.

 

Yolo County officials issue shelter-in-place order to prevent spread of coronavirus

Learn more about what to do and the areas affected, HERE.

 

What to Do With Your Kids If School Is Out for Coronavirus

Learn ways to incorporate your kids into your work from home schedule, HERE.

 

Michelin-Rated Chef Offers Free Daily Cooking Classes on 'Kitchen Quarantine' Instagram Series

See how you can sit in and learn, HERE.

 

Dealing With Fear, Anxiety, Isolation During Coronavirus: Advice From a Psychiatrist

Get advice HERE.

 

Sacramento to issue temporary moratorium on tenant evictions

 

Sacramento County Directs Residents to Stay Indoors

Sacramento County, along with Davis and San Joaquin County are directing residents to stay in to prevent spread of the coronavirus. Learn more HERE.

 

Coronavirus: Should You Cancel Your Medical Appointments?

Many are wondering if they should visit the doctor for a regular visit during the coronavirus outbreak. See what the experts recommend HERE.

 

Getting Food Delivered During Coronavirus

Learn where you can get free and discounted delivery HERE.

 

Should You See a Doctor? Your Coronavirus Questions, Answered

Coronavirus questions? Get them answered HERE.

 

Disneyland Donating Excess Food During Coronavirus Closure

More HERE about how the theme park is helping people out locally.

 

Royal Caribbean, Norwegian Among Cruise Lines That Suspend Operations for Coronavirus

Businesses everywhere are making adjustments to address the spread of Coronavirus. Read about how the cruise lines are reacting to this HERE.

 

Coronavirus Rocks Rock: The Who, KISS, and More Postpone Shows

Artist and venues all over are changing plans due to the growing concern. Read more HERE.

 

Coronavirus Myths Debunked: Face Masks, $3,000 Tests, and More

Learn more about the debunked myths HERE.

 

Disneyland and Walt Disney World Closing Due to Coronavirus

 

Will Warm Weather Make Coronavirus Go Away By Summer?

Many are hoping that coronavirus will be similar to the flu and that the warmer weather will see it die down now that spring is on the way. Read more HERE

 

Betty White Confirms She ‘Is Fine’ Amid Coronavirus Concerns