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On Thursday, March 19, Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a statewide stay-at-home order, which will be in place until further notice.

Cases in the Greater Sacramento, Stockton and Modesto region

This map reflects local county numbers as seen below. Click or tap on county names for more information.

SACRAMENTO COUNTY:

  • 56 deaths
  • 1,319 cases – This number also includes a UC Davis Medical Center female patient who was transferred from Solano County, likely the first community transmission case in the U.S.
  • As of May 1, at 11:59 p.m., the Sacramento County Public Health Officer has extended the “stay-at-home” order. It is now expected to be in effect through May 22 at 11:59 p.m., although some restrictions have been lifted.

PLACER COUNTY:

  • 9 deaths – An elderly adult with underlying health conditions, who was a Grand Princess cruise passenger, between San Francisco to Mexico, Feb. 10 – 21. The passenger was a 71-year-old man according to the cruise line. He was being treated at Kaiser Roseville.
  • 194 cases

YOLO COUNTY:

  • 22 deaths
  • 205 cases
  • On April 30, the Yolo County Public Health officer extended the public health order for residents to shelter in place from until at least May 30. Some restrictions have been lifted.

CALAVERAS COUNTY:

  • 15 cases

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY:

  • 34 deaths
  • 834 cases
  • Beginning Thursday, March 26, at 11:59 p.m. residents in San Joaquin County are ordered by the county’s public health officer to stay at home except for essential activities.

STANISLAUS COUNTY:

  • 28 deaths
  • 677 cases

SOLANO COUNTY:

  • 21 deaths
  • 502 cases
  • Solano County issued a countywide shelter at home health order and directive on Wednesday, March 18, that will last until at least 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, May 17.

NEVADA COUNTY:

  • 1 death
  • 41 cases

AMADOR COUNTY:

  • 10 cases

EL DORADO COUNTY:

  • 81 cases

YUBA COUNTY:

  • 1 death
  • 28 cases – Officials said the two first cases are unrelated but are due to community spread. The two people are isolated in their homes and said to be recovering well.

SUTTER COUNTY:

  • 2 deaths
  • 42 cases

TUOLUMNE COUNTY

  • 4 cases – The county reported its first case involved a non-resident.

COLUSA COUNTY:

  • 5 cases

PLUMAS COUNTY:

  • 4 cases

SIERRA COUNTY:

  • 1 case

Schools

California schools should plan on teaching from afar for the rest of the academic year, Gov. Newsom said April 1.

Check with your local school district for the latest information.

School Districts

Colleges

  • Sacramento State says it has transitioned classes to online delivery through Aug. 21. All campus events are canceled through Aug. 14. University President Robert Nelson announced March 17 that the May commencement ceremonies will be postponed. They will take place May 20 through 23, 2021, at the Golden 1 Center. A virtual ceremony will take place June 6.
  • UC Davis has moved instruction online, with essential services continuing. Spring commencements will be virtual and an in-person ceremony may be held late in the year. Events have been canceled until further notice.
  • Stanislaus State has transitioned to virtual learning and alternate modalities at both Turlock and Stockton campuses. Business, academic and other services are continuing. Large events have been canceled.
  • The Los Rios Community College District will suspend all face-to-face classes and close all campus facilities beginning Wednesday, March 18. Classes will continue online or remotely until at least July 5. There will not be a 2020 graduation ceremony and graduating students will be provided the opportunity to walk in the future.
  • Modesto Junior College says remote and online instruction will continue through summer instruction unless face-to-face instruction is possible in late summer. All employee and student travel, athletic events and community events have been postponed until further notice.
  • Delta College has moved all classes to online or remote instruction. It will try to transition as many Fall classes as possible to online instruction. Events have been canceled or postponed until further notice. A virtual commencement will take place Saturday, June 6 at 10 a.m.
  • University of the Pacific announced students must return home, with the exception of some. Summer sessions will be online and available at a reduced fee. The school is planning for students to return to campus in August for in-person classes.

Skilled Nursing Facilities

  • As of May 19, California nursing facilities have reported 7,908 residents with COVID-19. A total of 1,434 residents have died from the disease.
  • For a full list of which facilities have reported cases of COVID-19 click here.

Jails & Prisons

  • A total of 1,216 California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation inmates have tested positive for the virus.
  • Nine inmates have died. The CDCR announced the first inmate death from COVID-19 on April 19.

Resources

Fast Facts About the Coronavirus

With the coronavirus causing concerns across the globe, many people may be wondering if their seasonal symptoms are the common cold, flu or something more.

Symptoms for the viral infection include runny nose, headache, cough and fever. And yes, those are also the common symptoms of the flu.

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, shortness of breath, body aches and chills could be associated with more dangerous types of the coronavirus. In more extreme cases, the virus may cause pneumonia, bronchitis, kidney failure and death.

Symptoms of milder coronavirus cases can be “somewhat indistinguishable” from the flu, Eleanor Fish, an immunology professor at the University of Toronto, told Global News.

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