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COVID-19
**THIS PAGE WILL BE UPDATED REGULARLY WITH CURRENT INFORMATION**

04/08/2020

The positive COVID-19 case in an Alpine County resident that was announced on 3/30 has recovered and all contacts are following Public Health requirements for quarantine. Public Health has maintained contact with them during the isolation & quarantine periods to ensure they had supplies that allowed them to remain in their home and out of contact with people during that time period. 

04/07/2020

***INFORMATION for EMPLOYERS and DISPLACED WORKERS DUE TO COVID-19***

WORKERS AFFECTED COVID-19

EMPLOYERS - COVID-19

EMPLOYER QUICK LINKS - COVID-19

Automated texting for COVID-19 information is active in Alpine County. Text "covid19" "covid" "coronavirus" or "corona" to 211-211.

 04/06/2020

Second Positive COVID-19 TEST in Alpine - NOT A RESIDENT OF ALPINE COUNTY

 04/02/2020

Hope Amidst Crisis: How to Get There

Public Health Releases Guidance on Use of Cloth Face Coverings

 04/01/2020

California Department of Public Health Guidance for Women and Families

03/30/2020

First Case of COVID-19 confirmed in Alpine County

 03/28/2020

Severe Illness Associated with Using Non-Pharmaceutical Chloroquine Phosphate to Prevent and Treat Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

 03/27/2020

COVID-19and the April 10th Property Tax Deadline

 03/26/2020

COVID-19 Mythbusters Edition

Liberty Utilities COVID-19 Letter

 03/25/2020

Coronavirus may be killing more men than women.

03/24/2020

CORONAVIRUS AND FAMILIES

***SHORT-TERM RENTALS***

03/23/2020


Surviving Isolation (from an expert)

03/21/2020

STAY AT HOME FAQ's

03/19/2020

California Governor Issues STAY AT HOME ORDER. CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATION.

PRESS RELEASE - LOCAL EMERGENCY and COUNTY BUILDINGS CLOSED TO PUBLIC

Disaster Assistance Now Available to all California Small Businesses Economically Impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19)


03/17/2020
Today, the Alpine County Board of Supervisors approved proclamations of Local Emergency and Local Health Emergency. These proclamations give the county increased powers and authorities related to the COVID-19 response including access to any State or Federal funding that becomes available in order to combat the disease outbreak.


Earlier Updates

COVID-19 INFORMATION FROM CDC

CLICK HERE FOR PREVIOUS PUBLIC HEALTH BRIEFS