The Bay Area Region's ICU availability has fallen to 7.9% as of today. Because intensive care unit (ICU) capacity is below 15%, California's Regional Stay Home Order is in effect and expected to continue for several more weeks, at least.
The Stay Home Order will last until our ICU availability rises above 15%. We will continue to monitor our region's ICU capacity and update you weekly. You can also see the data here: https://covid19.ca.gov/ (hover your mouse over the map of California to see the ICU figures.)
Business operations that must CLOSE under the Stay Home Order include: restaurant dining service, hair salons & barbershops, personal care services, movie theatres, wineries, bars, breweries, family entertainment centers, and cardrooms.
Business operations that are allowed to stay OPEN with modifications and 100% masking include: retail at 20% capacity, restaurants for take-out/delivery only, childcare/schools, and critical infrastructure.