The state alerts are reminding the public that new stay-at-home orders have taken effect this week throughout California. The orders are triggered by a drop in ICU available capacity below 15%.
Details on stay-at-home order here
The California Department of Public Health announced Fresno, Madera, and Kings Counties have reached 0% ICU Capacity as the COVID-19 outbreak continues. The San Joaquin Valley's total ICU capacity fell to around 5.3% on Tuesday, California's Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly said.
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