Coronavirus: Santa Clara Co. focuses on preventing spread of COVID-19 to seniors

Coronavirus: Santa Clara Co. focuses on preventing spread of COVID-19 to seniors

Health officials in Santa Clara County announced three cases of the novel Corona Virus Wednesday afternoon, which made the county white total 14, while they expect more cases to be confirmed in the coming weeks. But his focus is especially on preventing the spread of seniors.

Because the novel Coronavirus prevents some residents from taking part in social activities. Others say they will continue, For many people include a daily trip to a San Jose community center for discount Lunches as part of the City’s Weekday Senior Assessment Program.

”As a widower, being a widow does not make food, it has been a real lifesaver for me,” said Monte Sereno resident Jack Lucas. ”I am terrified of this Coronavirus attack.”

County Public Health officials recommend that organizations serving the elderly and the medically challenged cancel large such as bingo nights or movie screenings.

”Taking care of yourself means you’re taking care of other people,” said Los Gatos resident Bernadette Chadwick.”

For now, San Jose will continue to operate its community centers and senior programs, but their employees will be extra vigilant about joint cleaning.

”We’re talking about high-touch points (including) handles, doorknobs, three times a day, and at the end of the day, every facility is getting a deeper clean,” said Carolina Camarena with San Jose’s Parks, Recreation, and Neighborhood Services department.

Health officials say a North California a person who died due to the Corona-virus traveled from San Fransisco to the cruise ship in Mexico in February.

Countywide residents over the age of fifty or those in poor health are being urged to avoid large gatherings such as concerts and sporting events. Where the length of the arms of the people is more likely to be the length of each other.

The SAP Center administration today issued a message to the public on afternoon to assure them that they are taking the matter seriously. ”At this time we have not received any information about the Corona virus that needs to be changed for any of our operating procedures or systems.”

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