Hayward Town Corridor glows with gold gentle to bear in mind native COVID-19 sufferers
Hayward Town Corridor glowed in gold as lighting have been lit Monday night time to bear in mind the town’s 149 COVID-19 sufferers.
Town venerated the the lives misplaced to COVID-19 in Hayward all over the primary 12 months of the pandemic with a memorial show of 149 American flags which wrapped the rotunda, and the message “We Bear in mind” being projected at the development for 149 hours.
On the Gateway Rehabilitation and Care Heart in Hayward, 13 other people died from the coronavirus. This newspaper introduced a public data request remaining April and a judge lately determined that Alameda County should free up data to this information group revealing what number of people at nursing properties and different long-term congregate care amenities have been inflamed with COVID-19 and what number of died, in addition to the names of amenities with showed instances.
Because the Town of Hayward honors lives misplaced to COVID-19 over the following six days, it continues to supply no-fee COVID-19 trying out from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday via Friday at Skywest Golfing Route, 1401 Golfing Route Highway, and weekly no-contact meals distribution from 11 a.m. to at least one p.m. or till provides run out each Thursday at Chabot Faculty, Parking Lot J, 25555 Hesperian Side road.
For more information, cross to the town’s COVID-19 useful resource portal here.
Reporter Annie Sciacca contributed to this record.