The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the statewide closure of school campuses in March 2020. COVID-19 Recovery & Reopening. San Joaquin County reopens select community and regional parks The county says the reopening is contingent on how closely people follow new … County Massage Reopening Updates. As of October 20, 2020, the State allows massage therapy to take place indoors, with modifications, in ALL four tiers identified in the Blueprint for a Safer Economy, even the purple, “Widespread” tier at: ... Massage is open indoors with modifications pursuant to city and county approval San Joaquin County. The Fresno County Department of Public Health announced that the San Joaquin Valley, which includes 12 counties and the city of Fresno, will face … San Joaquin Valley's ICU capacity dropped to 8.6% as of Saturday, while Southern California's capacity, which includes Los Angeles and San Diego counties, dipped to … San Joaquin County is now allowing nail salons, estheticians, tattoo parlors, skin care services, massage therapists, and wineries to reopen. Late Thursday afternoon, San Joaquin County Public Health Officer Dr. Maggie Park received word the county can move deeper into Phase 2 of the state’s four-stage plan to reopen… After giving his presentation of school reopening options to JSD's board of education on Tuesday, Superintendent James Bridges briefed the board on San Joaquin County's current COVID-19 numbers and referenced Stanislaus County's recent recession back into the purple tier. STOCKTON (CBS13) — San Joaquin County has joined a growing list of communities applying for local control over reopening. Business owners are desperate to … Also on Thursday, Gov. LODI(CBS13) — San Joaquin County was given the green light to move further into stage 2 of the state’s reopening plan Thursday evening. There have been 161 people hospitalized from the virus, and 67 admitted to intensive care units. San Joaquin County Moves Back Into Purple (Widespread) Tier 1 . The California Department of Public Health announced that San Joaquin County will be moved back to the more restrictive Purple (Widespread) Tier. Park’s decision to submit an attestation to the governor comes as San Joaquin County reported 709 total cases of COVID-19 and 33 total deaths Tuesday morning.