Cities, school districts launch COVID-19 resource pages

With the number of novel coronavirus cases expanding in Santa Clara County, a number of cities and school districts in the West Valley are launching information websites, providing resources and updates to residents.

Cupertino launched their site this week, which the City’s communication office called an “effort to give residents access to prevention tips, helpful links and important information.”

As of Tuesday, March 3, there were 11 confirmed cases in Santa Clara County, with a number of potentially exposed individuals in quarantine.

While the Centers for Disease Control and the County Health Department websites are the most updated places to check for accurate information, the cities and school districts will likely be an invaluable resource for families trying to understand how the virus may impact their community.

To see the CDC’s COVID-19 website, click here. For up-to-date information from the County Health Department, click here.

Other city and school district websites are below:

  • City of Mountain View here
  • City of Palo Alto here
  • Palo Alto Unified School District here
  • City of Santa Clara here
  • City of Los Altos here
  • Cupertino Union Schools here
  • Santa Clara County Office of Education here

1 Comment on "Cities, school districts launch COVID-19 resource pages"

  1. Joseph Bloom | March 5, 2020 at 3:50 pm | Reply

    Schools need to begin a active thermo scaling program, with public heath nurses to monitor surveillance and compliance. Should move quickly to implement home school/computer based program with federal funding being waved.

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