New modeling data is expected to show Sonoma County is on track in its fight against the coronavirus, with the county’s top health official expected to share that news Tuesday morning at the Board of Supervisors regular meeting.
Along with modeling data, Public Health Officer Dr. Sundari Mase is expected to lead a discussion with board members on revisions to park access and a shelter-in-place order that is set to expire Sunday.
County officials are expected to announce new provisions allowing walk-in and bike-in access to parks near people’s homes, taking effect at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday.
An update to the local shelter order on Wednesday is expected to better align the county’s rules with the state’s and loosen restrictions on construction, real estate, landscaping, florists and more. See below for the latest updates: