The Bay Area Region's ICU availability is currently 13.7%. Because intensive care unit (ICU) capacity is below 15%, a Regional Stay at Home Order is now in effect.
The Regional Stay at Home Order will last until at least January 8th. It will last longer if our ICU availability does not rise above 15% during that period. 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 at Home order include: outdoor dining, 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.