The State of California has ended the Regional Stay Home order, returning San Joaquin County to the Purple Tier 1, which is considered widespread. For information about the Purple Tier and State Guidances, please visit the State of California Blueprint for a Safer Economy.
The State of California issued a Regional Stay Home Order for San Joaquin Valley, as the region fell below hospital ICU (Intensive Care Unit) capacity of 15%. The San Joaquin Valley region includes the following counties: Calaveras, Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, San Benito, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Tulare, Tuolumne
The following Limited Stay At Home Order is in effect in addition to the Regional Stay Home Order.
The State of California issued a Limited Stay at Home Order on November 19, 2020. San Joaquin County updated its Stay at Home Order, effective November 17, 2020. A supplement was issued to the order on December 22, 2020.
The State of California has introduced a new Blueprint for a Safer Economy that is effective August 31, 2020. The current status of activities and businesses is available for each county on the State's website. The new system introduces a tiered system.
San Joaquin County has moved back to Tier 1 (Purple) indicating that COVID-19 is widespread. For additional information, please visit:
San Joaquin County has rescinded prior orders and issued a new order to align with the State Blueprint for a Safer Economy. The following orders are now in effect:
Due to an increase in cases, hospitalizations, and deaths, the following sectors are required to modify operations to provide services outside or by pick-up only, beginning immediately:
Due to the significant increase in the community spread of COVID-19, the California Department of Public Health Services orders certain business sectors to close indoor operations in 19 counties on the Monitoring List, which includes San Joaquin County: Restaurant Dine-In, Wineries & Tasting Rooms, Card Rooms. Outdoor operations may continue with appropriate modifications, including physical distancing and face coverings.
Effective June 18, 2020, the California Department of Public Health Service issued Guidance on the Use of Face Coverings, requiring the use of face coverings in California in public or common spaces.
City Council held its first virtual online meeting and took action related to COVID-19:
Gov. Newsom issued a Stay at Home Executive Order for all of California. Certain essential businesses and services will remain open.
Stockton City Council took the following actions:
The City of Stockton has issued a proclamation establishing a local emergency caused by the serious health threat presented by the coronavirus. In addition, the City adopted a policy prepared by the California Department of Public Health related to gatherings to slow the rate of transmission of coronavirus.
San Joaquin County Public Health has confirmed cases of COVID-19 in San Joaquin County and declared a public health emergency:
Many of the links listed above are external links to State and County websites with current information about the COVID-19 pandemic.
This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 1/6/2022