By Jonathan Ayestas
SACRAMENTO, Calif. —
Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Tuesday that the Greater Sacramento region has been cleared to exit the state’s stay-at-home order.
“We’re starting to see some stabilization both in ICUs as well as stabilization in our positivity rate. We’re also starting to see the rate of growth for hospitalizations beginning to decline,” Newsom said. “Today, effectively immediately, we’re pulling the Sacramento Region out of the stay-at-home order.”
The California governor made the announcement on Twitter hours after multiple county officials said the state would lift the stay-at-home orders later Tuesday.
Hospitalization growth rates have slowed. ICU & positivity rates are stabilizing.
Today, the Sacramento region is coming out of the Regional Stay-at-Home Order.
Hopeful signs—but we must approach them cautiously. Wear a mask. Be safe. Avoid gathering. pic.twitter.com/FfoRfvJct1
— Gavin Newsom (@GavinNewsom) January 13, 2021
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