Information for Community Members
Information & Links
- California Department of Public Health - Face Coverings Guidance
- Federal Stimulus - CARES Act Cash Payments [pdf]
- Health Alert on Usage of Chloroquine Phosphate [pdf]
- COVID-19 - If You Had A Positive Case (English|Spanish) [pdf]
- COVID-19 - If You Were Exposed (English|Spanish) [pdf]
- COVID-19 - If You Had Symptoms (English|Spanish) [pdf]
- COVID-19 - Do I Need To Be Tested (English|Spanish) [pdf]
- COVID 19 - Handwashing [pdf]
- COVID-19 - How To Take A Temperature (English|Spanish) [pdf]
- Cleaning & Disinfecting Your Home [pdf]
- Guidance for N95 Respirators
- State of California Employment & Taxes
- Employment Development Department Resources
- Federal Disaster Loans for Homeowners, and Renters
- COVID-19 - If You Are At Higher Risk [pdf]
- Self Isolation for Older Adults & Those Who Have Elevated Risk [pdf]
- Guidance for Individuals with Access & Functional Needs [pdf]
- Breastfeeding (English|Spanish) [pdf]
EFFECTIVE MAY 20, 2020:
The State of California has approved our county variance application. This new state approval will allow for our county to move forward into an expanded stage 2 with modifications such as:
- Destination retail (retail stores), including shopping malls and swap meets
- Dine-in restaurants (other amenities, like bars or gaming areas, are not permitted in Stage 2)
The opening of schools for in-person learning will be delayed, as more planning still needs to take place. The Public Health Officer engaged in discussions with local Superintendents beginning in March and continues the collaborative process to assess and plan.
To learn more about the new county variance attestation visit the California Department of Public Health at: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/County_Variance_Attestation_Form.aspx.
Coronavirus in Stanislaus County
As of 05/26/2020 at 4:30pm.
Stanislaus County Health Services Agency testing numbers include those reported through the State infectious disease reporting system. The numbers do not necessarily include those routed through a commercial laboratory. All positive cases must be reported to Public Health.