COVID-19 Pandemic information

Menlo Park officials continue to monitor the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and have taken action to reduce public health risks to our community, program participants, employees and facilities. We continue to coordinate with San Mateo County Health and other local agencies. Residents are urged to stay informed and follow the recommended prevention steps and directives from the San Mateo County Health Officer.
  1. 2/23/2021 - State loosens restrictions in San Mateo County; Red Tier allows for more reopening

    As San Mateo County’s COVID-19 positivity rate and other metrics improve, the state of California announced Tuesday, Feb. 23, the wider reopening of businesses and certain activities in our county. The county as of 12:01 a.m., Wednesday, Feb. 24, moves Read on...
  2. 2/22/2021 - County continues prioritizing residents 65+ as vaccine eligibility tiers expand

    As vaccine access expands today to eligible essential workers including teachers and law enforcement, the County of San Mateo remains committed to ensuring residents 65 and older receive shots. Approximately 60 percent of San Mateo County residents in Read on...
  3. 2/18/2021 - County’s vaccine shipments delayed by winter storms across the nation

    San Mateo County Health has been advised by the California Department of Public Health that the weekly delivery of vaccine doses has been delayed by winter storms affecting other parts of the country. The County had been expecting 14,200 Moderna doses Read on...
  4. 2/17/2021 - Additional vaccine clinics Feb. 18-19 for residents 65+ and eligible healthcare workers

    San Mateo County announced additional vaccine clinics for residents 65+ and eligible healthcare workers. Residents must register in advance and bring a photo ID showing date of birth (and proof of health care worker eligibility status). No walk-up or Read on...
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