Alameda As of yesterday, Alameda County Public Health Department confirmed four new cases of COVID-19; two of the four cases are the first incidence of community-acquired transmission in Alameda County. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to seven. Click here for more info. Alameda County Public Health Department (ACPHD) has revised guidance for high priority groups for COVID-19 testing; in addition, now only nasopharyngeal swab specimens are required. Click here for more info. Alameda County Public Health Department updated its recommendations yesterday to include a recommendation to cancel non-essential gatherings of more than 250 people. Several school districts have announced closures starting next week. Click here for more info. Contra Costa Contra Costa Health Services is reporting 25 total cases of COVID-19; the county has confirmed community-acquired transmission is occurring. Click here for more info. Physicians are encouraged to review the Provider Health Alert issued by Contra Costa Health Services on March 10, 2020. Click here for more information. Contra Costa Health Services has developed Congregate Living Facility Guidance for use by providers and staff serving people experiencing homelessness and other providers/staff working in residential care facility programs; as well as a Coronavirus & Homelessness FAQ document . Several school districts have announced closures starting next week. Click here for more info.