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Alameda’s COVID testing site has been plagued with temporary shutdowns and confusion since it began operating Wednesday, July

CityHealth Urgent Care, a healthcare organization based in San Leandro that is conducting Alameda’s COVID testing site, temporarily shut down the site on July The site, at Wind River Way, has transitioned from a walk-in testing format to an appointment-only format, according to the CityHealth website. However, the appointment booking feature is disabled as of Tuesday, July When trying to book an appointment online, the feature states, “No times are available online.” There is no number listed on the website to call to make an appointment. An inquiry to CityHealth Urgent Care was not returned by press time.

There is testing currently being conducted at The Research Park site inside the Marina Village Business Park. Vehicles can be seen entering the curbside testing site. It is most likely testing is being administered to people who made appointments before the appointment feature was disabled.

CityHealth announced it would convert to an appointment-only format a day after the testing site opened. The company was bombarded by people seeking coronavirus tests on its first day of operation, according to the City of Alameda. The city announced in a press release, “the testing site saw attendance beyond expectations.” The organization announced plans to administer up to tests per day, however, CityHealth said it administered more than 1, tests on the first day.

There were also unforeseen health insurance issues on the first day of testing, according to the City.

“Simultaneously, there was an unanticipated and unfortunate issue with liability insurance coverage,” according to the City.

CityHealth shut down operations because of the two problems.

“To allow for the site to be reconfigured to ensure safe and efficient testing and to address insurance issues, the new facility is temporarily pausing operations,” according to the City.

CityHealth declared that testing would be free for anyone with proof of insurance. CityHealth is billing the insurance provider of people who take the test. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is covering the cost of COVID testing for those who do not have insurance.

CItyHealth initially said testing would run through Sept. It is unknown if CityHealth will schedule new testing appointments.

The City of Alameda is just a facilitator in helping the site open and does not run the testing operations.

Sours: https://alamedasun.com/news/covidtesting

Testing for COVID

Visit Alameda County’s website for a list of free community COVID testing sites.

COVID Testing in Fremont

Details about no cost COVID testing is available for the community and include the following details:

  • Testing is available for anyone 13 or older.
  • You do not need a doctor’s note or insurance.
  • You will not be asked about immigration status.

Asian Health Services

The Asian Health Services Fremont COVID testing site has been moved to the following location:  

American High School Parking Lot 1B
Fremont Blvd.
Entrance on Fremont Boulevard

The new hours of operation are from am to pm every Saturday.

Testing is open to all ages by appointment only:

Age Needs to be accompanied by adult

Age 12 and under: Needs to be accompanied by parent/legal guardian with Valid ID

Appointments can be scheduled by visiting the Asian Health Services website or by calling the COVID Helpline at

More Information

View Asian Health Services' frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Bay Area Community Health (BACH)


Central Park Softball Fields Parking lot

The City of Fremont is partnering with Bay Area Community Health (BACH) to provide no-cost COVID testing. Drive-thru appointments are available on the following dates from am to pm at the Fremont Central Park Sports Complex, located at Stevenson Blvd.:

  • Monday, October 18
  • Wednesday, October 20
  • Monday, October 25
  • Wednesday, October 27
  • Friday, October 29

Masks are required to protect the health and safety of both workers and visitors. Registration is required as well.

Central Park Softball Fields Parking lot, located at  Stevenson Blvd. in Fremont. View the flyer.

Visit the BACH website for complete details including how to register.  

Central Fremont

Bay Area Community Health (BACH) offers COVID testing. Appointments are required. Visit the BACH website for complete details.

The City of Fremont continues to partner with the Alameda County Public Health Department and community partners to provide COVID testing sites in Fremont.

Sours: https://www.fremont.gov//Testing-for-COVID
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COVID City of San Leandro Updates

Alameda County Public Health Department Vaccine Webpage: https://covidacgov.org/vaccines

Alameda County Public Health Department Vaccine FAQ: https://covidacgov.org/vaccines-faq

Please check this page regularly as it will continue to be updated as new information becomes available. Information on this page is categorized by the following topics:

  1. Recent Updates
  2. F.A.Q's for Residents and Businesses
  3. Information on City Services
  4. Updates from Public Health and Other Agencies
  5. Resources for Local Businesses

 




RECENT UPDATES

UPDATE 10/11/21: Recommendations on How to Celebrate Halloween and Día de los Muertos Safely and Prevent Spreading COVID Among Friends and Neighbors

UPDATE 9/17/21: Alameda County Prepares for COVID Booster Shots while Awaiting Further Guidance from State and Federal Authorities

UPDATE 5/13/21: COVID Vaccine Now Approved for Children, Years of Age

UPDATE 4/23/21: Alameda County Statement on Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine

UPDATE 3/9/21: Alameda County is a Red Tier County

UPDATE 2/26/21: Alameda County and City of Berkeley Align with California's Updated Outdoor and Indoor Youth and Recreational Adult Sports Guidance 

UPDATE 2/11/21: First Two Cases of South African Variant identified in California; Detected in Santa Clara and Alameda Counties    

UPDATE 2/3/21: Alameda County Gets a Mega Vaccination Site through State-Federal Partnership; Expands Eligibility for COVID Vaccine to Include Essential Workers, Seniors and High-Risk Individuals in Phas 1B    

UPDATE 1/25/21: Alameda County Statement: Bay Area Exits State's Regional Stay at Home Order; Alameda County is a Purple Tier County  

UPDATE 1/14/21: Who can get vaccinated in Alameda County right now? 

UPDATE 1/12/21: COVID Vaccine Update from the County of Alameda

UPDATE 12/4: Bay Area Health Officers Move to Implement the State’s New Regional Stay Home Order, Not Waiting Until Local Hospitals Are Near Crisis

UPDATE 11/19: Statement on State's Limited Stay-at-Home Order for Purple Tier Counties

UPDATE 11/16: State Moves Alameda County to Purple Tier

UPDATE 10/28: Alameda County Announces Timeline for Opening Middle and High Schools.

UPDATE 10/21: Alameda County Permits New Indoor Activities as Case Rates, Testing Positivity and Hospitalizations Remain Stable.

UPDATE 9/28: Bay Area Health Officers have issued a Joint Statement to offer guidance on how to celebrate Halloween and Día de Los Muertos Safely and Prevent Spreading COVID Among Friends and Neighbors.


UPDATE 9/25: Alameda County Allows Nail Salons to Open Indoors


UPDATE 9/22: As of the most recent State of California COVID statistics, Alameda County has officially moved from the Purple Tier to the Red Tier. While this new tier allows for the additional loosening of restrictions, the County has not announced anything at this time. Please check back frequently for more updates.

  • Click Here for the County's Statement.
  • Click Here for the State's "Blueprint for a Safer Economy" website to find out what each county is allowed to open.



UPDATE 9/4: The following updated restrictions go into effect in Alameda County. These updated restrictions follow the State of California’s updated Blueprint for Safer Reopeningin which Alameda County is in the 'Purple' category.

See this Checklist for an easy overview of what is and is not open in Alameda County. See the full press release here.  Guidelines for each industry are linked with their name above.


UPDATE 8/24: On Friday, August 21, Alameda County issued Updated Health Officer Orders as follows:

  • Reopen: Outdoor swimming pools and outdoor hair salons, nail salons, barbershops, waxing services, skin care and non-medical massages.
  • Exclusions: Services that may require a client to remove their face covering, as well as eyebrow threading and waxing and eyelash treatments. Tattoos, piercings and electrolysis are not allowed to operate indoors or outdoors in alignment with the State of California’s Health Officer Orders issued on July 13th.
For more information, refer to the Summary, Press Release, and Full Order.


UPDATE 7/15: Alameda County was notified today that their Variance Attestation has been approved by the State of California. This means:

  • Outdoor dining can resume, and ABC permitting issues should be resolved. Please note that face coverings are required at all times, except during the physical act of eating or drinking.
  • The Oakland Zoo can open for outdoor operations
Read the full Press Release, HERE.


UPDATE 7/12: Alameda County Added to State Monitoring List

UPDATE 7/11: Statement from Alameda County Health Care Services Agency on Outdoor Dining

UPDATE 7/7: Health Care Services Agency Letter to the State on the Oakland Zoo

UPDATE 6/29: Alameda County Hits Pause on Reopening Press Release


UPDATE 6/18: The Alameda County Health Officer has issued an Updated Order, effective tomorrow, June 19, , to Allow All Retail, Outdoor Dining, Outdoor Fitness, Limited Religious and Cultural Services, and Outdoor Museums.



UPDATE 6/8: FREE COVID19 testing starts tomorrow, June 9, at the Marina Community Center! You do not need insurance and you will not be asked about immigration status. By appointment only: visit https://lhi.care/covidtesting or call (Spanish and English).



UPDATE 6/5: Effective June 8, the Alameda County Health Officer Order has updated Shelter-in-Place guidelines:

UPDATE 6/1: The COVID Testing Site currently located at the Ashland REACH Center in Unincorporated San Leandro will be moving to the City of San Leandro's Marina Community Center. Please continue to check here for more details.


UPDATE 5/28: The City of San Leandro will be hosting a summer day camp for children whose parents or guardians are presently serving as essential service workers and who live or work in San Leandro. LIMITED SLOTS AVAILABLE. To register, visit sanleandrorec.org.


UPDATE 5/18: Effective immediately, Alameda County has issued two new Health Officer Orders:
  • An updated Shelter in Place Order to permit curbside retail, manufacturing, and warehousing activities (HO Order ).
  • An Order to Allow Highly Regulated Vehicle Based Gatherings (HO Order )
  • For a Summary of Both Orders, CLICK HERE
  • For a List of Essential, Outdoor, & Additional Businesses under the Order, CLICK HERE
The Full Press Release from Alameda County is available HERE


UPDATE 5/8: Alameda County has announced new COVID Testing Sites, including the Ashland Reach Center in unincorporated San Leandro. For information about testing sites, CLICK HERE


UPDATE 5/7: East Bay Community Energy has announced financial assistance programs (inclduing PG&E customers). If you have lost your job or have been furloughed, you may be eligible for up to a 35% discount on your electricity & gas bill. See Other Agencies --> Utilities for details

UPDATE 4/29: Effective May 4th the following activities can resume:
  • Construction projects that follow protocols
  • Childcare, camps and education/rec programs
  • Outdoor businesses such as nurseries and landscaping
  • Certain outdoor recreation facilities such as skate parks and athletic fields
Under the updated order, the following are still prohibited:
  • Playgrounds, picnic areas, gyms, dog parks
  • Seating in bars and restaurants
Read the Full Updated Order and FAQ for Shelter-in-Place in Alameda County


UPDATE 4/27: The Alameda County Public Health Officer announced the pending extension of the shelter-in-place through May 31, including a limited easing of restrictions for low-risk activities. Read the Joint Statement from Bay Area Health Agencies


UPDATE 4/22: The City of San Leandro and East Bay Economic Development Alliance have launched a survey to better allocate resources and develop programs based on the impacts of the COVID pandemic. San Leandro business owners are asked to complete the East Bay Business Recovery Survey


UPDATE 4/18: Alameda County has issued an Order for all members of the public to wear face coverings when around people outside of their household; effective at p.m. on April 17, ; enforcement will begin at a.m. on April 22, Read the SLPD Advisory


UPDATE 4/16: The City has launched a grant program that provides up to $5, to small businesses to help them continue operations during the COVID public health emergency. See SL Economic Development


UPDATE 4/14: The City will distribute $, in City funds to assist local non-profit food pantries or other organizations that provide food or meals. Read the Press Release


UPDATE 4/9: Mayor Cutter, Vice Mayor Ballew, and Council Members Cox and Hernandez have posted videos on YouTube. Visit the City of San Leandro YouTube Channel to Watch


UPDATE 4/9: Alameda County Public Health has released a COVID dashboard, updated at PM every day. Note: San Leandro cases include unincorporated San Leandro. Alameda County COVID Dashboard


UPDATE 4/7: Unfortunately, the City of San Leandro Cherry Festival has been CANCELLED


UPDATE 4/3: San Leandro has launched a Volunteer Hub to connect residents who can serve as a volunteers for local food banks and organizations dedicated to helping the community respond to the COVID pandemic. The Hub is called SLKindness.net


UPDATE 3/31: Bay Area Public Health Agencies have released a more restrictive order that goes into effect tonight at midnight. Read the Joint Press Release


UPDATE 3/25: The City Council halted evictions for Non-payment of rent during State of Emergency. Press Release


UPDATE 3/24: For a message to the community from Mayor Cutter, Click Here.





FAQs

Question: What do I do if I’m feeling sick or if I think I’ve been exposed to coronavirus?
Contact your primary healthcare provider. For more information on symptoms, risks, and testing available, please see the California COVID website

Question: I am a local business owner. Can my business stay open?
Please see the Alameda County Public Health Agency’s FAQ for a list of businesses that may remain open.

Question: My business is hurting because of the mandated closure. Is help available?
Yes, please read the SLNext post on business resources.

Question: Many of the stores I've visited are short on supplies, what should I do?
Our understanding is that major food and grocery stores remain functional and stocks will be replenished. Please be patient. Residents are encouraged to buy only what they need and not to stockpile unnecessarily.

Additionally, meals for certain eligible populations are available for pick up at the Senior Community Center. See the City Services page under "Recreation & Human Services."

Question: Can I access public parks and open space?
UPDATE 4/9: More park restrictions have been announced. Access to many City of San Leandro and East Bay Regional parks is now limited. Please see City Park Tips and Other Agencies --> Outdoor Activities pages for latest information.

Question: What can I do to help, or How can I help others?
UPDATE 4/2: You can now sign up to volunteer in the COVID response by registering at SLKindness.net. Also, check in with friends and neighbors to confirm they are safe and continue to support our local businesses.

Question: My children are in need of additional stimulation at home. Is there any way to access the Library’s catalog remotely?
Yes, see the Library's Updates for digital services.

Question: My family or friends don’t have home internet access. What can you they do?
The City offers Public Wi-Fi at many city parks and downtown. Click Here for a coverage map. In addition, Comcast Xfinity says it's Wi-Fi hotspot network will be available across the country for free - including non-subscribers - during the crisis.

Question: Are local restaurants are still open during the shutdown?
Yes! Check out the San Leandro Chamber of Commerce List for all restaurants in the city offering contactless to-go food and dining options.

UPDATE 3/22
Question: How do I report businesses that appear to be violating the order?
Alameda County has launched [email protected] as a new email for compliance complaints regarding non-essential businesses and non-essential activities in violation of the Alameda County Public Health Order.


For additional information, refer to this helpful Multi County Bay Area FAQ

 

Sours: https://www.sanleandro.org/c19/
Alameda Health System - Heart on the Line

About Alameda County Public Health Department

What is Public Health?

Alameda County Public Health Department has an array of programs and services designed to protect the health and safety of County residents. The backbone of Public Health includes assessments of the health status of residents, disease prevention and control, community mobilization and outreach, policy development, education, and assurance of access to quality medical and health care services.

To be effective, we actively seek community involvement - partnerships with grass roots and corporate entities, with individuals and groups. In fact, partnering is a key component of our mission.

Alameda County Public Health Department covers:

  • 13 cities: Albany, Emeryville, Alameda, Piedmont, Oakland, San Leandro, Hayward, Union City, Fremont, Newark, Dublin, Pleasanton, Livermore, and unincorporated areas. City of Berkeley has its own health department.
  • million residents.

Our locations
We are headquartered in San Leandro and have 21 satellite offices across the county.

Our staff
We have + employees - public health nurses, doctors, epidemiologists, dentists, medical social workers, physical and occupational therapists, dietitians, outreach workers, health educators, program managers, pre-hospital care coordinators, among others - working in four divisions and four large units:

Additionally, we have four major units that support the department:

Click here to view our Organization Chart.


Sours: https://acphd.org/

Alameda city health

Clinic to Provide Hour Molecular PCR Test, Travel Documentation

DUBLIN, Calif. and LIVERMORE, Calif., Jan. 21, /PRNewswire/ -- CityHealth Urgent Care today announced the opening of two new COVID testing locations, this time to serve the residents of the Tri-Valley and San Francisco Bay Area.

A Dublin testing site is open at Broder Blvd., Dublin. It will be open every day from 10 AM - 7 PM.

"CityHealth has been a great partner in our fight against COVID in Alameda County. We are very pleased with the addition of the new testing site at the Santa Rita Jail campus. This location will provide much needed testing to eastern Alameda County and first responders who serve our communities," said Gregory J. Ahern, Alameda County Sheriff.

A Livermore testing site will open on Friday, Jan. 22, at Las Positas College, Campus Hill Drive, Parking Lot P. The Livermore testing site will be open every day from AM - PM.

"We are excited to partner with CityHealth Urgent Care and Las Positas College to expand COVID testing in our area. Testing remains critical in our battle against COVID Offering convenient testing here in Livermore will help ensure the health and safety of our community and surrounding communities," said Livermore Mayor Bob Woerner.

"We're very pleased to be partnering with the cities of Dublin and Livermore to open two more COVID 19 testing sites," said Sean Parkin, CEO of CityHealth. "Offering hour Molecular PCR tests in these communities will help to ensure COVID testing is readily accessible to even more people."

Both locations will offer Molecular PCR tests, the most reliable COVID test available.

Results will be available within 48 hours.

CityHealth has partnered with insurance companies and government agencies to provide free tests to US Citizens.

Appointments are required for COVD testing at Broder Blvd, Dublin, and Las Positas College, Livermore, and can be made at norcalcovid19testing.com.

For those wishing to travel to Hawaii, CityHealth is designated as a Trusted Travel Partner by the State of Hawaii. Test documentation from CityHealth (included in the $20 administration fee) is compliant with State regulations as proof of a negative COVID test, a requirement for travel under the Hawaii Safe Travel Program. Test appointments canceled more than 24 hours in advance will be refunded.

CityHealth Urgent Care is a leader in providing accessible COVID testing in the San Francisco Bay area. CityHealth has already opened testing locations in Downtown San Francisco, Oakland International Airport, and Sacramento Airport, as well as providing free mobile COVID tests to essential workers in the Oakland area.

Sean Parkin
CityHealth Urgent Care

[email protected]

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