Sacramento’s Coronavirus Update: Thursday, April 30

Did you miss anything? Here’s a roundup of coronavirus-related news in our region.
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It’s day 42 of Sacramento County’s stay-at-home order.

The numbers, as of 9 a.m.*:

Sacramento County cases: 1077
Sacramento County deaths: 43

Yolo County cases: 163
Yolo County deaths: 16

Placer County cases: 145
Placer County deaths: 8

El Dorado County cases: 44
El Dorado County deaths: 0

Amador County cases: 8
Amador County deaths: 0

Yuba-Sutter Area cases: 47
Yuba-Sutter Area deaths: 3

Nevada County cases: 41
Nevada County deaths: 1

Sacramento County health officials will extend the stay-at-home order to May 22. They will allow tennis courts and dog parks to open. Children’s playgrounds will remain closed.

At least 11 residents of Stollwood Convalescent Hospital in Woodland have died of COVID-19.

When the state legislature reconvenes on Monday, it will operate differently from years past. There will be no face-to-face meetings between legislators, lobbyists won’t be allowed into the building and more. (Video)

Gov. Gavin Newsom is expected to announce the closure of all California beaches starting May 1. (Video)

Here are some ways to avoid foggy glasses when wearing a mask. (Video)

While movie theaters and other entertainment venues are closed, the West Wind Sacramento 6 Drive-In is open, and will premiere a supernatural horror film tonight.