Redwood City – The County of San Mateo continues to work to protect public health and safety in response to the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19.
The County of San Mateo’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) remains open to coordinate countywide response and communications in response to the situation. The EOC’s Joint Information Center will provide daily status reports Monday through Friday until further notice. Today’s report:
More San Mateo County Parks Scheduled to Open Beginning June 9
Following today’s reopening of Devil’s Side Trail in Pacifica, San Mateo County Parks announced that Junipero Serra Park in San Bruno will reopen Tuesday, June 9 and Coyote Point Recreation Area and the Coyote Point Marina will open June 15.
When Coyote Point reopens, windsurfers will have access to the ramp on the promenade and boaters will be able to use the launch ramp at the Marina. In keeping with current Health Orders, playgrounds, picnic areas, and visitor centers are closed.
The San Mateo County Park locations that remain closed are the tidepools at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve, Friendship Park, Moss Beach Park, Tunitas Creek Beach, Sanchez Adobe, and Woodside Store. See information about park hours and services https://bit.ly/377PsqJ
San Mateo County COVID-19 Cases
San Mateo County Health has updated the number of positive cases to 2,394 as of June 7, 2020. San Mateo County Health provides detailed information on cases by age group and date and deaths by age group. Learn more at https://www.smchealth.org/coronavirus
Residents with non-medical, non-emergency questions about the coronavirus can call 211 at any time, day or night. Callers from landlines and cellular telephones located within San Mateo County are connected with a trained service professional from 211, a confidential service available in 180 languages.