According to Fox News, the Bay Area of Northern California will extend the stay-at-home order indefinitely until the capacity of intensive care units increases due to the continuous deterioration of the coronavirus epidemic.
The stay-at-home order in the Bay Area of Northern California was originally scheduled to end on January 8th local time, but the capacity of intensive care units has been declining.
On January 8, the capacity of intensive care units in the Bay Area Hospital of Northern California was only 3%, while the local government stipulated that the capacity of the intensive care unit should only be closed if it was more than 15%.
Stay at home order. Therefore, stay-at-home orders will be extended indefinitely until the capacity of the intensive care unit is restored.
California Governor Gavin Newsom said that based on relevant data and the worsening trend of the epidemic, it is expected that many parts of California will extend stay-at-home orders.
The stay-at-home order in the Northern California Bay Area requires residents to avoid traveling as much as possible in addition to going out for medical treatment, shopping or work, and it is also strongly recommended that residents do not leave California.