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Coronavirus: Contra Costa Health Services releases guidelines for residential care and homeless facilities

Original post made on Mar 12, 2020

Contra Costa County Health Services has released a guide for use by providers and staff working in residential care facilities and those serving people experiencing homelessness.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Thursday, March 12, 2020, 5:00 PM

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Posted by Concerned for OUR children!
a resident of San Ramon
on Mar 12, 2020 at 5:27 pm

WHYYY are we waiting for 1 child to be infected when all other school districts are closing their school?!?! They didn't have to wait for a kid to be infected either, they are doing what is right and thats to keep our children SAFE!!! SRVSD are only thinking about money.
If these teachers can demand and strike for their rights, why cant we strike and demand to keep our children safe?????
Shut SRVSD school down NOW!!!! Have you not heard? It will get worse and most businesses are already making staffs work from home. Let us watch our kids while we can! Shut it down!!!!


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