Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)
- On January 9, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced the most recent statistics on COVID-19, including data on intensive care unit (ICU) capacity across the state. Based on ICU data, four regions, San Joaquin Valley, Southern California, Greater Sacramento and the Bay Area continue under the Regional Stay at Home Order. Once a region's four-week ICU projection shows a capacity of greater than or equal to 15%, the order will be lifted for that area. At this time, the Bay Area remains under the Regional Stay at Home Order. The state will assess the region's ICU projections in the coming days and announce a formal decision on whether Bay Area meets criteria to exit the order. Read the full press release here. As we continue to stay home except for essential items, no changes have been made to what’s allowed to be open and what’s closed. Click here to read which businesses and operations are opened and closed.
- Read the State's Regional Stay at Home order
- 12/16/2020: Stay At Home Order Extended and Continues to Align with State’s Restrictions
- 12/14/2020: Alameda County Prepares for Vaccine Distribution
- 12/6/2020: Updated Alameda County Public Health Orders
- Public Health Officer Guidance for Safe Holiday Celebrations
- Alameda County Press Statement for Safer Holidays and Travel
- Requirement for Members of the Public and Workers to Wear Face Coverings - Updated June 5
For general inquiries, please email email@example.com or call (510) 268-2101.
- 12/14/2020: Alameda County Prepares for Vaccine Distribution to Frontline Hospital Workers and 911 First Responders
- Alameda County Planning Information and Resource for Upcoming COVID-19 Vaccines: Alameda County’s website was updated to include a Vaccine Notification Form, where County residents can register to be notified when a vaccine is available and receive information with details on location and timing. All responses will be kept confidential and will only be used for planning and outreach purposes. The County will not share individual-level information with anyone.
- California State website for vaccine information
- Fact sheet about the COVID-19 vaccine:English┃ Spanish (Español) ┃ Chinese (中文)
The Union City Police Department will inform and educate members of the public and businesses that are in violation of the Alameda County Public Health Orders. It is the goal of the UCPD to achieve voluntary compliance with the order. If you have a concern about a business that is not compliant with the order, please email Alameda County at Covid19compliance@acgov.org.
The Alameda County Public Health Department has published a dashboard which shows both county and city data for COVID-19 cases.
We are seeking donations from residents and businesses to help support our growing emergency operation, which includes keeping our first responders safe and planning for how the City can provide community support in the areas of supplies and volunteers.
At this current time, here are the items we are seeking donation in:
- N95 masks
- Hand sanitizer
- Disposable face shield
- Disposable gowns
- Lysol disinfecting wipes
- Disinfecting sprays
- Disposable boot covers
- Bottled water
- List of Testing Sites in Alameda County
- Read the Current Visitor Policy for Kaiser
- How to Protect Yourself & Get Care from Kaiser
- List of COVID-19 testing sites in Alameda County
- Interactive list of testing sites
- Free Testing in Union City! Bay Area Community Health is partnering with Union City Bart Station to offer three days of no-cost COVID-19 testing on December 21, 22, and 23 from 9am to 4pm. This testing is available to all members of the public! Appointments are preferred and walk-ups are welcomed. Visit bach.health/covid to book your appointment.
- 12/4/2020: City Administrative Services Shift to Online in Response to Rising Coronavirus Cases
- 10-2-2020: City Launches COVID-19 Relief Grant Program
- Press Release 5/8/2020: Administrative Offices Partially Re-open
- Press Release 4/30/2020: City Holds Disaster Council Meeting
- City Newsletter - Coronavirus Edition
- Press Release 4/24/2020: UC Transit Receives CARES Act Funding
- Union City Transit Rider Alert
- City Update Regarding Mark Green Sports Center
- Community and Recreation Update about Summer Activity Guide and the Launch of its Virtual Community Center
- Community and Recreation Update about Summer Programs
- Union City Holds Disaster Council Meeting (Press Release & Summary of Agency Updates)
Download the CANotify App
Add your phone to California’s exposure notification system to get COVID-19 exposure alerts and to protect those around you. Click here.
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