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One year ago today, the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors declared racism a public health crisis and tasked the County Administrative Office with forming an Equity group that would represent the 11th element of the Countywide Vision. Discussions that led to the declaration and equity group were inspired by the national conversation taking place in the wake of the May death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

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The group was to be comprised initially of Black community members who could review each element of the Countywide Vision with an equity focus. Eventually, the group will grow to include representatives from other county communities and include an equity focus for all people.

The County Administrative Office worked with trusted members of the community to identify organizations well versed in racial equity work. The Equity Element Group is tasked with determining where there may be racial disparities among our residents in the county, if campaigns and programs could be implemented to solve those issues, and identifying what initiatives are already underway within County government or in the county community that can be highlighted and supported.

We must continue to be bold, courageous, and daring; to not only acknowledge that racial inequities exist, but also do the hard work of remediating the generational trauma that has historically plagued us far too long!

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The fight for equality and equity is a process. I am honored to be associated with such an amazing group of people. The Equity Element Group, of which I am a proud member, is tasked to offer actionable recommendations that reverse the effects of racism while uplifting all citizens of the County.

We have to re-engineer our Culture. The group began initial meetings several months ago and discussed various topics such as achieving equity in health, homeownership, jobs and economic development, education, public safety, infrastructure, and civic engagement. The Equity Element Group recently developed a request for proposal to identify an equity consultant to lead this important work.

The equity consultant will work with the County Administrative team, the Equity Element Group, and county, city and community stakeholders to reach the objectives identified in the resolution.

Inthe Board of Supervisors and San Bernardino Council of Governments adopted the Countywide Visiona roadmap for the future of the county with an emphasis on 10 elements, including public safety, education, jobs and the economy, wellness and housing. The Countywide Vision recognizes that each of these elements is interrelated and interdependent. Element groups working to achieve the Countywide Vision have produced tangible for the county community. They include the Vision2Read literacy campaign; the Vision2BActive wellness campaign; the Vision4Safety public safety campaign; and the Vision2Succeed campaign created by the jobs and economy element group.

This ificant resource will help the County continue to respond to the pandemic, help with economic recovery and infrastructure and improve government operations. Hernandez wrote in a letter to the Board. Fighting homelessness remains a priority in the County budget. The annual event recognizes the tireless dedication of public servants. One employee from each County department is selected for an Award for Excellence based on outstanding service to the county and its citizens.

This year marked the 32nd year the County has participated in this national Public Service Recognition Week event. This year was particularly impactful as the County focused in on critical needs of the community that arose from the global pandemic.

We are thankful for their service and innovation. We remain here for you. Happy New Year!

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Police, fire and other emergency services will continue to operate throughout the holiday weekend. The new guidelines were announced by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday, Dec. If the newly adapted Phases are approved, there will be three new Tiers in Phase 1A.

San Bernardino County is currently in Tier 1 of Phase 1A see above chart for referencewhich means we are currently distributing vaccine doses to frontline health care workers, medical first responders e.

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Tier 2 of Phase 1A will include those receiving intermediate and supportive care; home health care and in-home supportive services; community health workers including promotoras ; public health field staff; primary care clinics and health centers; correctional facility clinics; and urgent care clinics. Moving into Phase 1B, there are two Tiers. In Tier 1 of Phase 1B, the vaccine doses will be administered to frontline essential workers in non-medical fields, such as food and agriculture sectors; teachers and support staff; emergency services such as police and fire; childcare workers; farmworkers; and any citizens over the age of In Tier 2 of Phase 1B, the vaccine will be administrated to individuals over 65 with serious risk factors; the homeless; inmates in jails and prisons; and essential workers in transportation, logistics, critical manufacturing, industrial, residential and commercial sectors.

Identifying Phase 1C recipients is not expected to be finalized for several weeks. They will likely include individuals aged with underlying medical conditions, as well as workers in other essential industries.

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This will then allow for Phase 2 of vaccination distribution, for individuals over 16 not included in prior phases. In this videoparamedics from Redlands and San Bernardino County fire departments share their vaccination experience. Vaccines are administered at no cost. The public can follow the phases of the vaccination rollout on our website at sbcovid The rollout has gone smoothly in San Bernardino County going first to frontline health care workers, people at skilled nursing facilities and long-term care facilities, as well as medical first responders such as paramedics and EMTs.

The County has delivered more than 33, doses of the vaccine so far that we received from the state and supplies to implement the shots have come with the vaccines.

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The County is prepared to conduct point-of-dispensing sites at multiple locations and we will be coordinating with our cities, towns and community partners to reach all communities. Demand for tests continues to be strong, with appointments consistently filling up two or three days in advance. A list of testing sites and extended hours can be found here. So please, schedule an appointment at your earliest convenience. Moving Forward transitions individuals from Project Roomkey, a state initiative to provide a safe place for homeless to isolate during COVID, to interim and permanent housing.

Individuals who receive assistance through Project Roomkey and Moving Forward include homeless individuals over the age of 65, those who may have medical conditions and pregnant women. To date, Moving Forward has assisted nearly 50 individuals transition out of homelessness. Moving Forward provides support in the form of outreach services, housing access and services, and comprehensive case management.

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The goal of the program is to rapidly connect individuals and families to housing and services. For more information about Moving Forward view the attached videoor info thechanceproject. Many of the inmates are only experiencing minor symptoms of the virus.

The infected inmates are in isolation, being monitored around the clock, and are being provided with medical treatment. A total of inmates have recovered from the illness.

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A total of department employees have tested positive for COVID and are self-isolating at home; employees have recovered from the virus. Other employees are expected to return to work in the next few weeks. It is unknown when or where the employees were infected with the virus. The department continues to encourage all department members to heed the warnings of health officials. If you have questions about social services, please call Pasando a la fase 1B, hay dos niveles.

Las vacunas se administran sin costo. Hasta la fecha, Moving Forward ha ayudado a casi 50 personas a salir de la falta de hogar.

Un total de presos se han recuperado de la enfermedad. Un total de empleados del departamento han resultado positivos de COVID y se autoaislan en casa; empleados se han recuperado del virus.

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Si tiene preguntas sobre servicios sociales, llame al The County Update publishes each Wednesday and also as needed, to share important news and resources in our battle against COVID and to keep our economy running. This morning, San Bernardino County received its first shipment of the vaccines, which are anticipated to be disbursed to 19 hospitals within the county by the end of the day.

Pfizer is shipping three million doses in this first wave, of which California is initially receivingdoses; 15, have arrived in San Bernardino County. Subsequent shipments of the vaccine are expected to continue arriving on a weekly basis, and a second vaccine from Moderna is only days away from FDA approval.

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San Bernardino County has launched a vaccine-specific information web that shares up-to-date information where we are in the different phases of the vaccine distribution, as well as critical FAQs and other resource links.

Because the initial batches of doses are being rationed, the vaccine is being initially administered to front-line healthcare personnel, followed by residents and staff of long-term care and skilled nursing facilities. First responders will also be among the first people in the county to receive the vaccine. Phase 3 adds young adults, children and workers in industries and occupations not already included, and Phase 4 includes everyone not already inoculated. We hate saying it as much as you hate hearing it: but despite the inconvenience and fatigue, there is no skirting around the fact that every County resident must do all we can to avoid catching, and spreading, COVID this holiday season.

We understand your frustration. All of us truly want to spend the holidays with family and friends. San Bernardino County hospitals are running out of beds overall and have hit capacity in their intensive care units ICUs.

Put another way, at the current time, our hospitals have no more ICU beds available.