Vaccinated as of 3/30
COVID-19 Healthcare Providers
Colusa Medical Center: (530) 458-4162
Ampla Health:(530) 458-8635
Colusa Indian Health Clinic: (530) 458-5501
Riverside Health Clinic: (530) 458-2300
UnitedAg: (800) 223-4590
DHHS does not currently have any allocated vaccine for those 16-17 years old. Those whishing for vaccine in this age group please follow up directly with your primary care physician.
Case rate, per 100,000 per day (7 day average w/ 7 day lag): 1.3
Overall testing positivity over 7 days (7 day lag): 0.6%
Testing rate, per 100,000 (7 day average w/ 7 day lag): 207.4
7 Day Average of New Cases per Day (7 day lag): <1
Colusa County COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics at the Education Village
The Colusa County Department of Health & Human Services has begun to administer the COVID-19 Vaccine in our community. It is our goal to administer the vaccine to every Colusa County resident who wants to receive it as vaccine becomes available.
Colusa County Health Officer Announcement 2/1/2021
Dr. Gregory Burt addresses misinformation and concerns related to the COVID-19 vaccine, and provides an update on the local vaccine allocation plan.
Protect Your Health and Others. Wear a Mask.
Protect Your Health and Others. Wear a Mask. Colusa County encourages all residents to use their best judgment and follow State Guidelines in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. We are in this together!
Colusa County During COVID-19
COVID-19 impact in Colusa County and what Colusa DHHS has done to assist the public during this time. Real words from Colusa County workers that talk about the challenges this has brought and provide important information regarding the measures that we have taken to assist our community during these hard times.