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Today, the Colusa County Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) announced the launch of a refreshed webpage dedicated to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) response in Colusa County.
On Wednesday, Governor Gavin Newsom and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) abruptly and prematurely announced yet another change to California’s COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Vaccine Plan.
In addition to the recent uptick in local positive COVID-19 (Coronavirus) cases, Colusa County is also experiencing a surge in COVID-19 related hospitalizations.
A recent surge in positive COVID-19 (Coronavirus) cases reported for Colusa County will require Colusa County Public Health (CCPH) to implement triage protocols to appropriately manage case investigation and contact tracing.
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) delivered the first regional shipment of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 (Coronavirus) vaccine to Mercy Medical Center Redding (Mercy Medical) in Shasta County on December 17th.
Effective December 10 (Thursday) at 11:59PM, Colusa County (as part of the Greater Sacramento Region) has been placed under the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Regional Stay At Home Order (Order).
On December 03, 2020, Governor Gavin Newsom announced the framework for a Regional Stay At Home Order (Order) tied to Intensive Care Unit (ICU) capacity within 5 California regions.
Effective immediately, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has moved Colusa County back into a more restrictive Red (Substantial) Tier under the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy.
The Colusa County Community Development Department is currently finalizing the grant awards from the County’s second round of its Coronavirus Relief Small Business Assistance Grant Program.
Based upon local COVID-19 (Coronavirus) metrics from the week of 10/18 – 10/24, Colusa County has officially advanced to the Orange (Moderate) Tier of the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy.
Since October 30th (Friday), Colusa County has recorded 15 additional positive COVID-19 (Coronavirus) cases (bringing the total number of positive cases to 572), with one individual hospitalized, and 20 active cases currently in isolation.
The California Department of Agriculture (CDFA) has become aware of a number of reports regarding "mysterious and unsolicited seed shipments from China."
The first death of a Colusa County resident related to COVID-19 has beenconfirmed. The death occurred on July 20, 2020 at Colusa Medical Center. The patient was an 85 year-old male resident of Valley West Care Center.
(COLUSA, CA) July 20, 2020 - Colusa County is announcing an outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) at a local Skilled Nursing Facility (nursing facility).
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The Colusa County Sheriff’s Office is currently applying for OHV Grant Funds. A public comment period regarding the application is available at the OHV Website (http://www.ohv.parks.ca.gov) under the “Grants” tab beginning March 2nd, 2021 through May 3rd,...
Colusa County Transit will offer free rides until further notice.