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    Regional Stay Home Order

    Today, Governor Newsom announced the Regional Stay Home Order, which will go into effect within 48 hours in regions with less than 15% ICU availability. Read on...
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    New Restrictions as Orange County Moves Back to Purple Tier

    Governor Newsom announced today that most California counties, including Orange County, are moving back to the the Purple Tier of the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy effective November 17. The Purple Tier is the state's most restrictive tier. Read on...
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    Governor Newsom Announces New Immediate Actions to Curb COVID-19 Transmission

    Per a Press Release issues by Governor Newsom, Orange County is moving back to the Purple Tier effective tomorrow, November 17, 2020. Read on...
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    CDPH Guidance for the Prevention of COVID-19 Transmission for Gatherings

    This guidance provides an updated plan for Californians to gather outside their household & replaces the 3/16/20, 10/9/20 & other prior gatherings guidance. Read on...
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    COVID-19: County of Orange and Tier Status Update

    Orange County is continuing to see an increase in the number of lab-confirmed COVID-19, aligning with state and national trends. As a result, Orange County may move into the state’s most restrictive Purple Tier as early as Tuesday, November 24, 2020 Read on...
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    California, Oregon & Washington Issue Travel Advisories

    In light of rising cases, West Coast states issue travel advisories recommending 14-day quarantines for inter-state and international travel; ask residents to stay local Read on...
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    25th Annual Mayoral State of the City Address Featuring Mayor Bernstein

    The community is invited to the 25th Annual Tustin Mayoral State of the City Address on November 19 at 6:30pm via YouTube. Read on...
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    OCFA's Disaster Supply Kit

    A disaster supply kit should include enough food, water, and other important items to last everyone in your household at least three days. Read on...
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    Stay Connected and Informed

    Stay Connected and Informed on Emergencies
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    10/9 - Mayor Bernstein Provides an Update on the COVID-19 Pandemic

    This week Mayor Bernstein shares information on Tustin's COVID-19 numbers, OC continues to remain in the "red tier," CA has a new metric to meet to change tiers, Tustin's new Non-Profit Emergency Grant Program, "Mask Up to Open Up OC," & Art Walk 2020.
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    County of Orange Moves to Red Tier, Re-Opens More of Orange County

    County of Orange Moves to Red Tier, Re-Opens More of Orange County County Health Officer Issues Related, New Orders and Strong Recommendations
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    OC Launches Second Round of Funding for the COVID-19 Layoff Aversion Support Program

    The County is releasing a second round of the COVID-19 Layoff Aversion Support Program, where eligible businesses can receive up to $10,000 in grant funds to mitigate layoffs and adhere to public health orders.
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    City of Tustin Commences Small Business Emergency Grant Program Phase II

    The City of Tustin has partnered with the Orange County/Inland Empire Small Business Development Center (OCIE-SBDC) to develop the Small Business Emergency Grant Program Phase II to provide vital economic support to small businesses needing assistance.
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    City of Tustin Launches Grant Program to Help Local Businesses Comply with Public Health Orders

    In response to the restrictions placed on indoor activities due to COVID-19 related State and County Public Health Orders, the City of Tustin is pleased to announce the launch of the Temporary Outdoor Expansion Grant Program.
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    City Council Approves $3 Million CARES Program – Response to Covid-19

    On June 2, 2020, the Tustin City Council unanimously voted to approve the Tustin $3 Million CARES Program.
  16. Tustin Solidarity Proclamation June 2 2020

    Tustin Solidarity

    Tonight, the City Council unanimously voted to approve a Tustin Solidarity Proclamation to declare Tustin's solidarity with those who protest peacefully against injustice, racism and hate.
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    OC Health Care Agency Has Created the OC COVID-19 Testing Network

    OC Health Care Agency Has Created the OC COVID-19 Testing Network
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    Create a Family Plan in the Event of Being Impacted by COVID-19

    Family preparedness is a mainstay of planning for emergencies such as earthquakes and fires, and they are equally important during a health pandemic.
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