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  2. Mayor Video 6.24.20

    6/25/20- Mayor Bernstein Provides an Update on the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Mayor Bernstein discusses face coverings & Tustin's rising case count, the Police Chief's message addressing Tustin's practices, policies & use of force, TPD's video series, & Tustin's July 4th Firework Show.
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    CA Public Health Officials Release Guidance Requiring Californians to Wear Face Coverings

    Californians must wear face coverings when in higher-risk situations, especially indoors
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    Acting County Health Officer Approves Re-opening of Specific, Additional Industries and Issues New O

    On Friday, June 12, 2020, Dr. Clayton Chau, Acting County Health Officer, will approve the re-opening of certain additional industries in Orange County, California,
  5. City Hall

    City Council Approves $3 Million CARES Program – Response to Covid-19

    On June 2, 2020, the Tustin City Council unanimously voted to approve the Tustin $3 Million CARES Program.
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    City of Tustin Commences Small Business Emergency Grant Program

    The City of Tustin has partnered with the Orange County/Inland Empire Small Business Development Center (OCIE-SBDC) to develop a Small Business Emergency Grant Program.
  7. Tustin Solidarity Proclamation June 2 2020

    Tustin Solidarity

    Tonight, the City Council unanimously voted to approve a Tustin Solidarity Proclamation to declare Tustin's solidarity with those who protest peacefully against injustice, racism and hate.
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    Parking at County of Orange Regional and Regional and Wilderness Parks to Reopen May 16

    The Orange County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday voted to reopen parking lots at all County regional and wilderness parks.
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    State's Plan for Reopening Businesses

    The has established a Resiliency Roadmap to guide the process for modifying the statewide stay-at-home order. The Roadmap includes a four-stage framework under which businesses will be permitted to gradually reopen.
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    Reopening of Our Businesses and Parks

    COVID-19 arrived in Orange County in late January. Once community spread began in early March, State health authorities moved quickly to issue a Stay-at-Home order which closed non-essential businesses and facilities.
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    OC Health Officer Issues Face Covering Recommendation for Essential Businesses

    County Health Officer Dr. Nichole Quick today issued a recommendation strongly encouraging all employees at essential businesses to wear a face covering while at work and all residents engaged in essential activities outside the home to do the same.
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    Governor Releases California's Roadmap to Pandemic Resilience

    Earlier this week, Governor Newsom provided an update on California’s Roadmap to Pandemic Resilience, which outlines how the State is planning its path forward and includes indicators for modifying the Stay-at-Home Order in the future.
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    Governor Newsom Announces Plan for Future Modification of the Stay-At-Home Order

    Today, April 28, 2020, Governor Gavin Newsom announced details on how CA plans to modify the Stay-At-Home order in the future. The governor made the announcement with "cautious optimism" as the state looks toward easing statewide stay-at-home orders.
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    OC Health Care Agency Has Created the OC COVID-19 Testing Network

    OC Health Care Agency Has Created the OC COVID-19 Testing Network
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    Create a Family Plan in the Event of Being Impacted by COVID-19

    Family preparedness is a mainstay of planning for emergencies such as earthquakes and fires, and they are equally important during a health pandemic.
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    Residents Can Sign Up for Text message Alerts Related to COVID-19 in OC

    Effective immediately, residents can now sign up to receive text message updates related to novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Orange County, California. To opt-in for this service, text OCCOVID19 to 888777.
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    Tustin Adjusts Facial Covering Requirements to Align with New County Orders

    Following new facial covering requirements issued by the County of Orange on Tuesday, April 21, the City of Tustin rescinded its emergency order issued on Monday, April 20 to align with county guidance and reduce confusion for residents.
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    All California Residents Ordered to Stay Home to Combat Coronavirus Spread

    Last night, Governor Gavin Newsom issued a statewide stay-at-home order.
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