Information for Healthcare Professionals & Facilities
Information & Links
- Confidentail Morbidity Report - COVID-19 [pdf]
- Title 17 [pdf]
- Resource Request Procedure
- Form 213 Resource Request
- PPE Resource Request Questionnaire
- April 8, 2020 Guidance for Optimizing Limited Supplies of N95 Respirators [pdf]
- Health Alert on Usage of Chloroquine Phosphate [pdf]
- How To Take A Temperature (English|Spanish) [pdf]
- Be A Hero Posters (English|Spanish) [pdf]
- Facilities Notice (English|Spanish) [pdf]
- July 15, 2020 Health Advisory - Updated Testing Guidance for COVID-19 [pdf]
- July 13, 2020 Health Alert [pdf]
- July 6, 2020 Health Alert Update 6 [pdf]
- May 6, 2020 Health Alert Update 5 [pdf]
- March 28, 2020 Health Alert [pdf]
- March 18, 2020 Health Alert [pdf]
Skilled Nursing Facilities
- Welcome Packet For Skilled Nursing and Long Term Care Facilities [download]
- COVID-19 Data Report Sample for LTCF [download]
- COVID-19 Prevention Toolkit for Long-Term Care Facilities
- May 1, 2020 - Public Health Order - Congregate Care/Living Facilities
EFFECTIVE JULY 13, 2020:
California Department of Public Health ordered the closure of indoor operations for the following sectors:
- Wineries and Tasting Rooms
- Family Entertainment Centers
- Movie Theaters
- Zoos and Museums
- Fitness Centers
- Worship Services
- Offices for Non-Critical Sectors
- Hair Salons and Barbershops
These sectors may modify operations to provide services outside or by pick-up.
Additionally, all brewpubs, breweries, bars, and pubs must close both indoor and outdoor services immediately. Additionally, personal services such as nail salons, tattoo parlors, massage therapy, body waxing, indoor playgrounds such as bounce centers, ball pits, and laser tag, live theater, saunas and steam rooms, nightclubs, concert venues, festivals, theme parks, and Higher Education remain closed.
For additional details of the order please visit covid19.ca.gov to learn more.
Coronavirus in Stanislaus County
As of 08/12/2020 at 5pm.
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.
Today's figures include results from tests that may have been delayed due to an ongoing error with the State's CalREDIE system.