The State of CA announced earlier this week that with the adjusted positive rate numbers falling under the key threshold, San Diego County would again stay in Tier 2, or “red” category.
The County of San Diego updated their public health orders on Wednesday, July 29th and included a new requirement related to businesses identified as the potential location for a community outbreak. A community outbreak is defined as three or more person testing positive for COVID-19 within a 14-day period.
Well BOMA San Diego, education classes are back (plus, a new surprise)!
On the afternoon of May 30, Cheri Eckis, a Senior Portfolio Manager with Meissner Jacquet Commercial Real Estate Services discovered something alarming. She was on Mt. Helix and could see the traffic stopped on the 8 freeway because of a protest. A friend told her there were posts on social media indicating that protestors were moving towards the La Mesa Police Department.
"BOMA is about educating its members, as well as its surrounding communities. Our organization also works with first responders, as well as local and national government on the many issues that affect our industry. We work hard, and we enjoy the camaraderie of the close relationships that we form."
Consulting with regional business organizations, labor, public health experts and others, Mayor Faulconer and County Board of Supervisors Chair Greg Cox said they will work over the next several weeks to develop a re-opening plan for the local economy.
SDG&E recognizes the tremendous economic and human impact the coronavirus has had on our business community and we want all customers to know that SDG&E is here to help them through this crisis and support their energy needs.
No one can accurately predict how long the Coronavirus will last or when effective vaccines can be rolled out, so all we can do is speculate, based on some logic and our past experience with SARS, which seems less serious and less deadly than this new potential pandemic.