City of Berkeley announces extension of shelter-in-place order

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The city of Berkeley and six Bay Area counties announced Monday that their shelter-in-place orders will be extended through the end of May.

According to an email from the city of Berkeley, its extended order will ease restrictions for lower-risk activities. The health officers from the seven jurisdictions will also be releasing a set of indicators that they can use to determine how the shelter-in-place order will be lifted, as California Gov. Gavin Newsom did earlier in April.

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