Instructions for Isolation and Quarantine

Instructions for Isolation & Quarantine-Spanish

AB685 Guidance for Employers HERE

COVID-19 Workplace Outbreak Information HERE 
CDPH Outbreak Reporting Page 

CDC COVID Data Tracker - Community Levels HERE

Statewide COVID Data Dashboard (State and County-Specific Data) HERE

Tuolumne County COVID-19 Data Dashboard

Click through the tabs or arrows at the bottom for more information. 

To view the dashboard in full-screen please click HERE. 

*The COVID dashboard is updated weekly, each Friday.

(Note: the data dashboard is not compatible with the Internet Explorer browser)

Public Health COVID-19 Information Line
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

 Public Health Facebook Page Updates

It is strongly recommended that members of our community continue to follow prevention guidelines to help stop the spread of COVID-19, including:
~Get a COVID vaccination, including a booster.
~Practice physical distancing. 

~Wear a face covering indoors in public. Updated face covering guidance can be found HERE.
~Wash your hands thoroughly and frequently.
~Stay home if you are sick.

➡️Safe and SMART Events Playbook: 

▪️ The California Department of Public Health has developed the Safe and SMART Events Playbook for event planners in effort to provide a tool in planning events that are as safe as possible for event operators and attendees. The toolkit can be found HERE.

➡️What You Can Do: Continue to practice everyday prevention actions to stay healthy. These are great tips for preventing many illnesses: 

✔️ Get vaccinated and stay up-to-date on vaccination. 

✔️Practice physical distancing. Put 6 feet between yourself and others who are not part of your household. 

✔️Wash your hands thoroughly and frequently with soap and water for 20 seconds, or with hand sanitizer if soap is not available. 

✔️Wear a well-fitting face mask indoors in public according to CDPH recommendations. Updated face covering guidance can be found HERE. Make sure the mask fully covers your mouth and nose. Don't wear the mask below your nose or chin.

✔️Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. 

✔️🤒 If you are ill, stay home. If other family members are ill, including children, keep them home. Contact your healthcare provider or facility before showing up for treatment. 

✔️Avoid contact with people who are sick. 

✔️Clean frequently touched surfaces and objects often with soap and water or household cleaners. Don’t forget your cell phone. 

✔️To learn about COVID-19 symptoms, visit the CDC Symptoms website at: 

➡️ Community Resources Portal 

▪️ A website has been developed to connect the public with resources such as local food assistance, community agency services, business info, and more. 

 🔸Thank you all for your support and efforts to protect the safety and health of our community🔸