Fresno County Public Health officials announced the county processed between 200 and 300 laboratory tests for coronavirus, with only six confirmed cases.
Following through on warnings issued days earlier, California’s governor signed ordered all Californians shelter-in-place, effective Thursday night.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom said the state projects that 56 percent of the state’s population will be infected with coronavirus over the next eight weeks.
While the City of Fresno is suggestively asking residents to shelter in place, the City of Clovis and County of Fresno are not on board with the action.
Shocking California parents, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that he does not expect the state’s schools to return session before summer break.
The south Valley county currently has 73 individuals under self-quarantine for potential exposure to coronavirus.
The California State Legislature is scheduled to take up two budget bills on Monday before adjourning indefinitely, Capitol sources told The Sun.
Fresno Mayor Lee Brand announced a state of emergency for the city, following the lead of the County of Fresno and the city’s major school districts.
Gov. Gavin Newsom called for the closure of bars, nightclubs, and pubs while pushing seniors and those with health issues to enter home isolation.
Fresno Unified – the state’s fourth largest school district – will announce closures of campuses in response to coronavirus, a Fresno Unified trustee said.