On Wednesday, Yolo County announced a strict shelter in place order that can be enforced by police in an effort to combat the transmission of COVID-19. The county has five confirmed cases of coronavirus and the county health officer ordered residents to shelter in place until April 7.
The order can be extended as the county health officer sees fit. We’ll discuss what this means or residents with West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon.
The summer slump could come in spring as schools are closing without a return date in mind. Nearly 99% of schools have closed and Gov. Gavin Newsom said Tuesday that could be the case for months. We’ll chat with a teacher to see what you can do to keep your kids’ minds active.
- West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon
- Stonegate Elementary School Teacher Angela Williams