Colusa County COVID-19 Information and Resources
BEGINNING 7/27/2020 ALL UPDATES WILL BE POSTED AT 10:00 AM MONDAY - FRIDAY.
COLUSA COUNTY COVID-19 CURRENT STATUS AS OF 7/31/2020.
|Number of Persons Tested Positive for COVID-19 to Date||323|
|Active Cases Currently in Isolation||78|
|Recovered from COVID-19||241|
|Number of Negative Tests||1784|
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7/21/20 - Press Release - First COVID-19 Related Death in Colusa County Confirmed
7/20/2020 - Press Release - Colusa County Reports COVID-19 Outbreak in Skilled Nursing Facility
7/14/2020 - News Release - California Health and Human Services Agency Announces New Plans for COVID-19 Testing.
7/9/2020 - Press Release - Colusa County Indoor Operations
7/6/2020 - Press Release - Colusa County Modified Operations
6/30/2020 -Public Health Notice to the Community:
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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.