KAZU COVID-19 Coverage & Resources

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Welcome to KAZU’s COVID-19 Coverage & Resource Page. Here you’ll find what you need to stay up-to-date on how the pandemic is affecting us here in the Monterey Bay: COVID-19 updates, local resources and stories you might have missed.

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HELPFUL LINKS: 


MONTEREY COUNTY

Monterey County Health Department
City of Monterey Coronavirus Webpage
Testing

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY

Santa Cruz County Health Services Agency
City of Santa Cruz Coronavirus Webpage
Testing

CALIFORNIA

Blueprint for a Safer Economy - state's new COVID-19 guideline

If you'd like to see a national map of COVID-19 cases check out COVID-19 Case Mapper.

OTHER HELPFUL LINKS:

STATEWIDE

California Department of Public Health
California COVID-19 Webpage

Local COVID-19 Testing Appointments
Bay Area & Monterey Co. Resources - Food, Medical, Legal

HELPLINES & CALL CENTERS:  

Santa Cruz County COVID-19 hotline: 831-454-4242 or text “COVID19” to 211-211
Monterey County COVID-19 hotline: 831-755-4521 or 831-769-8700 or 211

Panetta Institute for Public Policy

 

As of Monday morning, more than 4,000 people in the U.S. have tested positive for COVID-19, including nearly 500 in California, according to Johns Hopkins University. KAZU News recently spoke with former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta, who’s lived most of his life in Carmel Valley, about the coronavirus outbreak. 

 

Doug McKnight

The economic effects of the coronavirus are not just reflected in the plummeting stock market. Visitor dependent Monterey County is already feeling the squeeze. You just have to spend time in a tourist area to see the impact.

Erika Mahoney

 


KAZU News has learned more about the quarantine of some Grand Princess cruise ship passengers in Pacific Grove.

Asilomar Conference Grounds

According to the California Office of Emergency Services, up to 24 passengers from the Grand Princess cruise ship, currently docked off Oakland, will be quarantined in Pacific Grove. They'll stay at a cluster of buildings on the Asilomar State Beach and Conference Grounds.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

 


 

Over the last few days, Santa Cruz County officials confirmed that two community members have tested positive for COVID-19.

 

California Department of Public Health

A Santa Cruz County resident has tested positive for COVID-19. According to County officials, the resident had previously traveled on the Grand Princess cruise ship from San Francisco to Mexico.

Michelle Loxton

There are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Santa Cruz or Monterey counties, but local health officials are still preparing. Twelve counties in California have reported cases of the virus. On Wednesday, the first death occurred in the state.

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