This morning Michelle Steel, Orange County Supervisor, gave District 2 of Fountain Valley $900,000. The check came before tonight's city council meeting where the city's small business loan program was discussed. Fountain Valley has decided to exhaust the grant funds before initiating the loan program.
Orange County has opened up free Covid-19 testing to essential workers and persons who are asymptomatic but have had exposure and cannot receive a test from their doctor.
This past Friday Fountain Valley residents came out to cash mob Heavenly Vintage Nursery and Tio Flacos Tacos. Fountain Valley is home to many small businesses, neighborhood allies and small-town vibes. During Covid-19 small businesses are struggling and three women knew how they could help. Lynn Seeden, Fountain Valley Living Magazine, Anne Marie Jones, Fountain Valley small business owner and Gigi Hart, Cash Mob Facebook Administrator, have put together a weekly cash mob focusing on small businesses in Fountain Valley. Join in on the fun this Friday and stay tuned for the secret location!
These amazing people went above and beyond the average typical neighbor, and during COVID-19 the Fountain Valley community spirit has not stopped. We've gathered three stories from the community that show caring, kindness, and cash!
The Orange County Business Council and Orange County Health Agency conducted a three-day Zoom conference to educate businesses on what is required of them to open during Covid-19. Friday's conference focused on the restaurant industry and the industry specific orders, rules, guidelines and recommendations.
Is Your Retail business Ready to Open? OC Health & Orange County Business Council Clarify Covid-19 Guidelines & Enforcement
Today a meeting held by Dr. Clayton Chau from the Orange County Health Care Agency and Lucy Dunn, President of the Orange County Business Council, was conducted to touch on guidelines and orders in the county for businesses during Covid-19. "This is not about paranoia, the coronavirus is three months young in science. Yes, we know a lot but we still have a lot more to learn because don't know. We don't have the vaccine yet and it won't be online for another at least 18 months. We know the infection is out there," Dr. Chau said.
Last weekend County Health Officer Nichole Quick issued new guidelines for Orange County. 16 reasons were listed for understanding the need for increased safety measures citing a strong likelihood of a large and increasing number of cases of community transmission, a lack of a vaccine and CDC guidelines for Covid-19.
Hey locals, Fountain Valley is gearing up for a cash mob to support our local businesses. Go to the secret location, spend $20 and leave with goodies! Fountain Valley loves our mom & pop shops and to show it the city is organizing cash mobs to support struggling businesses through Covid-19. Fountain Valley has done 20 successful cash mobs in the past with this round being led by Lynn Seeden, Fountain Valley Living Magazine photographer, and Ann Marie Jones, Managing Partner at Manufactured Home Works.
The World Health Organization halted drug trials using hydroxychloroquine for Covid-19 patients on Monday May 25, due to safety concerns. Currently vaccine trials for Covid-19 in the United States are using hydroxychloroquine.