Tuolumne County Public Health
Sonora, CA – The Tolumne County Public Health report identifies six new residents with COVID-19. Four cases are in isolation and two are hospitalized. Two of the new cases have been recovered and four have been recovered in previously isolated cases. The active cases remain at 14.. Tuolumne County Public Health recently reported positive cases representing a range of different ages. He has no further information to issue at this time. Since last Friday, 19 new cases have been registered here and in the last two weeks, 31 new cases have been registered here.
Tuolumne remains a safe economy in Blueprint of California for Tier 3- Orange. The state’s 4-tier color-coded system for reopening the business is more detailed about risk categories.
Known Tuolumne test: 12,494, positive 268, active cases 14, total 236 recovered. A total of 14 prisoners have been recovered which are included in the number of positive cases in Tuolumne County.
|Daily COVID-19 Cases|
||Active||The date||New Today||Hospital/
|Total (cumulative) COVID-19 cases|
||Recover||Total positivity||The deaths|
|San Joaquin||20,279 (+48)||21,528||488|
For county population and other county-level statistics, see our page here.
If you are experiencing symptoms like COVID, contact your healthcare provider or Adventist Health Triage Line at 209-536-5166 Mon-Fri, or after 209-536-5000 hours. If you require immediate medical attention, please call and go to the Rapid Care or Emergency Department. You can also visit www.valleycovidhelp.com for more information.
The no-cost state testing site currently located at the Calaveras County Fairgrounds is moving to the Mother Lod Fairgrounds in Sonora in late October. The site will be open for testing starting on Tuesday, November. Appointments for testing can be made a few days before opening day at www.lhicare.com/covidtesting.
The test site at the Calaveras County Fairgrounds is open Tuesday – Saturday from 7 am to 7 pm. The site offers to test children 3 years and older (with a parent or guardian). Tolumane County Public Health informs anyone of the potential risk to the test and required employees are encouraged to take the test every two weeks.
It is important that people continue to follow prevention guidelines to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, including:
- Practice physical disturbances at all times. Keep 6 feet of space between you and others that are not part of your home. Stay in your home bubble!
- Cover face in public.
- Wash your hands thoroughly and frequently.
- Avoid any size gathering with people who are not part of your home.
- If you are sick then stay home.
- Avoid unnecessary travel, and limit your tasks to essential tasks.
Thank you for your support and efforts to protect the safety and health of our community