Colusa County COVID-19 Information and Resources

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WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP SLOW THE SPREAD

 

COVID-19 can spread between people in close proximity – speaking, coughing, sneezing – even if you are not exhibiting any symptoms

 

  1. Wear a mask (surgical or homemade/cloth) – it protects you and me
  2. Social distance – try and remain 6 feet apart from others
  3. Wash your hands regularly
  4. Choose outdoor activities instead of indoors
  5. Stay home when you feel sick

HOW IS COLUSA DOING?

See for yourself! We have statistics and easy to read graphs!

For most recent updates about COVID in Colusa, visit http://www.countyofcolusa.org/COVID19

WHAT COLUSA COUNTY IS DOING?

 

Since the start of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak, Colusa County has taken a proactive approach to prepare for and carefully monitor potential positive cases in our community.

 

  1. Maintaining regular contact and following the guidance from the CDC and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH)

 

  1. Distributing information, supplies, and updates to health care professionals and educational settings

 

  1. Ensuring providers have access to public health staff for consultation to quickly identify symptomatic patients and that they have the ability to test those patients if warranted

 

  1. Reviewing and adapting the County’s current pandemic plans for COVID-19 involving contact tracing


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For any questions/concerns about COVID, please email colusacovid19@countyofcolusa.com

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ALL UPDATES WILL BE POSTED AT 10:00 AM MONDAY - FRIDAY.

COLUSA COUNTY COVID-19 CURRENT STATUS AS OF 9/30/2020.

Number of Persons Tested Positive for COVID-19 to Date536
Active Cases Currently in Isolation8
Recovered from COVID-19522
Individuals Quarantined 19
Individuals Hospitalized0
Deaths6
Number of Negative Tests4964



COLUSA COUNTY COVID-19 TIER STATUS AS OF 9/29/2020.

COUNTY TIER UPDATES WILL BE POSTED AT 12:00 NOON EVERY TUESDAY.


Overall: Tier 1

Case rate, per 100,000 per day (7 day average w/ 7 day lag): 8.2

  • Tier 1: Widespread

Overall testing positivity over 7 days (7 day lag): 9.9%

  • Tier 1: Widespread

Testing rate, per 100,000 (7 day average w/ 7 day lag): 146.7


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For Testing Sites information click here

8/5/20 - Press Release - Facial Covering Order

8/5/20 - Health Officer Masking Order

7/21/20 - Press Release - First COVID-19 Related Death in Colusa County Confirmed

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7/20/2020 - Press Release - Colusa County Reports COVID-19 Outbreak in Skilled Nursing Facility

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7/14/2020 - News Release - California Health and Human Services Agency Announces New Plans for COVID-19 Testing.  

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7/9/2020 - State Public Health Officer Order for Colusa County

7/9/2020 - Press Release - Colusa County Indoor Operations

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7/6/2020 - Press Release - Colusa County Modified Operations

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6/30/2020 -Public Health Notice to the Community:

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Please send your inquires to colusacovid19@countyofcolusa.com

California COVID-19 Official Website:

California Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

Governor Gavin Newsom’s Shelter in Place Executive Order 

WHAT COLUSA COUNTY IS DOING

Since the start of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak, Colusa County has taken a proactive approach to prepare for and carefully monitor potential positive cases in our community.  

Actions we have taken include:

  • Maintaining regular contact and following the guidance from the CDC and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH);

  • Conducting planning meetings with our programs and community partners to allow for enhanced response coordination;

  • Working to ensure that our health care systems, first responders and schools have the guidance they need through phone consultations, and meetings;

  • Maintaining communication and outreach with federal, state and local partners, including the County Office of Emergency Services, local government officials, and other Regional entities;

  • Providing symptom monitoring for residents returning from travel who are considered low to moderate risk;

  • Distributing information and updates to health care professionals and educational settings

  • Ensuring providers have access to public health staff for consultation to quickly identify symptomatic patients and that they have the ability to test those patients if warranted

  • Reviewing and adapting the County’s current pandemic plans for COVID-19.