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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for the Yuba-Sutter Community

 

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* Dashboard will not be updated on weekends or holidays.

* Information about COVID-19 cases are Yuba and Sutter County residents only

* If you get a call from Public Health regarding a COVID-19 test, listen to your voicemail for the call-back number.


Top News

 

January 25, 2021

Yuba-Sutter Health Officer prioritizes those 65 and older for Phase 1B vaccines

The expectation of a deadlier, more infectious variant of COVID-19 reaching the Yuba-Sutter area has prompted Bi-County Health Officer Dr. Phuong Luu to continue to prioritize COVID-19 vaccination for those 65 years and older, since nearly 8 out of 10 of those who have died locally due to COVID-19 were in that age range.


January 25, 2021


January 14, 2021


January 14, 2021

Phase 1B Tier 1 vaccinations now include residents 65 years old and older!


January 14, 2021


January 12, 2021

COVID-19 Vaccine Schedule

COVID-19 Vaccine Schedule

January 11, 2021

Health Officer's Letter to the Yuba-Sutter Business Community: AB685 – COVID-19 Workplace Outbreak Reporting Requirements

Effective January 1, 2021, non-healthcare employers are required by law to report workplace outbreaks to local health departments when there is an outbreak of 3 or more cases of COVID-19 at a worksite within a 14-day period. Businesses must report the information within 48 hours. The full guidance can be found here. CDPH’s FAQs for employers are also available.

In order to facilitate the ease of reporting, Sutter County and Yuba County businesses can utilize the State’s free Shared Portal for Outbreak Tracking (SPOT). If you are interested in enrollment through SPOT, please contact the listed County staff who can assist with the enrollment:

Sutter County : Andrea Vasquez ([email protected])

Yuba County: Alexandria Mazerolle ([email protected])


January 5, 2021

New COVID Relief Grant for Small Businesses

The Governor announced the creation of a $500 million COVID Relief Grant for small businesses that have been impacted by COVID and the health and safety restrictions. Funds would be awarded in amounts up to $25,000 to underserved micro and small businesses throughout the state by early 2021. Non-profits would also be eligible for these grants.

DEADLINES ARE SOON. For updates on availability visit the link below:


December 21, 2020


December 18, 2020

Coronavirus Vaccine

We have been working hard to compile and organize COVID-19 Vaccine guidance, information, and tools for our healthcare partners and the general public. We encourage you to visit and review the information and resources included on the website.

The vaccine is very limited right now and eligible persons are direct healthcare workers and persons living in long term care facilities. We do not expect the general public to be eligible for several months.


December 11, 2020

Regional Stay Home Order

California health officials anounced a Regional Stay Home Order on December 3, 2020. It is triggered by ICU Capacity. If a region falls below the 15 percent ICU threshold, it will have 24 hours to implement the Stay at Home Order.


December 10, 2020

CA Notify Exposure Notification

Add your phone to California’s exposure notification system to get COVID-19 exposure alerts and to protect those around you.

Once you activate CA Notify, it does all the work. All you do is keep your Bluetooth on. You will only receive alerts if you were in close contact with someone who tests positive for COVID-19. Use of this application is entirely voluntary. Your privacy is protected as your identity is not known and your location is not tracked.

Blueprint for a Safer Economy
Blueprint for a Safer Economy
Blueprint for a Safer Economy
Blueprint for a Safer Economy

December 4, 2020


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November 17, 2020


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What To Do If You Are Sick

 

Mild Symptoms:

People with mild symptoms, who are not sick enough to be hospitalized, should self-isolate at home. These people should:

  • Avoid close contact with others
  • Stay home for at least ten days from the start of symptoms, AND
  • Stay home at least 72 hours after fever is gone, AND
  • Stay home until respiratory symptoms have improved (coughing/sneezing)

Severe Symptoms:

People with severe symptoms of respiratory illness should call their healthcare provider immediately. Call ahead so that you can be safely evaluated to prevent exposing others. Your healthcare provider will evaluate you and determine the best course of action for your illness, including whether or not you should be tested.

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