An update on UCOP’s shelter-in-place orders
The following message was sent on Monday, April 27, by EVP/COO Rachael Nava, to UCOP staff.
Dear UCOP colleagues:
Earlier today, six Bay Area counties announced they are extending their shelter-in-place orders through the month of May. The orders apply to the counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara, as well as the City of Berkeley, whose previous orders were all set to expire on May 3.
For employees who work in our Oakland offices, this means we will continue to work remotely at least through May 31. Colleagues in our Sacramento offices will also remain on telecommute status through May.
Current expiration dates for shelter-in-place orders in other areas where UCOP operates are as follows, but may also change based on local circumstances:
- Washington, D.C. – current order set to expire May 15
- Riverside County – current order set to expire June 19
As a reminder, Governor Newsom’s statewide stay-at-home order for California remains in effect with no specified end date.
We will continue to keep you informed about UCOP operations and services as circumstances dictate. Please stay tuned to local news, work email and the UCOP.edu website for updates.
As always, please continue to take care of yourself and stay safe.
For all UCOP updates related to the coronavirus pandemic, please visit ucop.edu/coronavirus.Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, ucop leadership
Guy on the bike in the image in the UCOP news is ridiculous
1. He’s not wearing a helmet
2. He’s going the wrong way
3. He’s on the sidwalk
All good points, Mitchell! It may be time to retire this photo.