Not quite a lockdown, but it might as well be.
Some 6.7 million denizens of San Francisco’s Bay Area are being told to “shelter in place” in an effort to curb the coronavirus outbreak. According to a report in the San Francisco Chronicle, the directive will take effect at 12:01 a.m. on March 17 and remain until April 7. Among the six counties that have been so ordered, Santa Clara logged 37 COVID-19 cases so far and one related death.
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