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Bay Area News - Y Learning Labs

With its regular after-school programs shut down due to COVID-19 restrictions, the YMCA of Silicon Valley has shifted to distance learning. The Y’s fall programs for students in grades TK-8 have been adapted to adhere to COVID-19 regulations at YMCA sites throughout Silicon Valley, including the Northwest YMCA in Cupertino.
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Masked Workouts and No Indoor Cardio

Starting Monday, gyms and fitness centers that have been shuttered for months throughout Santa Clara County will finally be allowed to reopen. But they're going to have to follow some pretty stringent rules that go far beyond what the state requires.
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You are heard. We are listening.

You are heard. We are listening. We acknowledge the injustice, pain and tragedy experienced by Black people now and for generations before. It is intolerable. We stand with you against racism, inequity, and police brutality. #BlackLivesMatter. As an organization, as a community and as individuals, we can and will do better.  
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YMCA Supports Hospital Workers

Marissa Szyslowski, single mother of three and a nurse at El Camino Hospital, recalls panicking the moment she heard schools were closing due to the shelter-in-place orders. But the El Camino Health Foundation, in partnership with the El Camino YMCA, rapidly established a child care program to support essential workers at the hospital.
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Help Your Community - Stay with the Y

We deeply appreciate the understanding and patience of our Y members as we navigate the challenging circumstances related to the Coronavirus. After closing our facilities on March 17, we have a limited number of staff still working, all of whom are doing their best to assist you, while supporting rising community needs.
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