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On Monday, Jan. 25, the state announced its regional stay-at-home order would be lifted. The order, first announced on Dec. 3, took effect when a region’s ICU capacity dipped below 15%. The state had recently faced criticism over how it publicizes that data.
Cases in the Greater Sacramento, Stockton and Modesto region
The animation below uses data from the California Department of Public Health to show how counties have been positioned since the state introduced its tiered reopening system. Click or tap here for more information about current tier assignments in California or for more information on past assignments, click or tap here.
Check with your county for the latest health order information in your community.
SACRAMENTO COUNTY: Widespread “Purple” Tier
- 1,498 deaths
- 93,790 cases
AMADOR COUNTY: Widespread “Purple” Tier
- 34 deaths
- 1,598 cases
CALAVERAS COUNTY: Widespread “Purple” Tier
- 49 deaths
- 1,905 cases
COLUSA COUNTY: Widespread “Purple” Tier
- 13 deaths
- 2,140 cases
EL DORADO COUNTY: Substantial “Red” Tier
- 100 deaths
- 9,195 cases
NEVADA COUNTY: Widespread “Purple” Tier
- 74 deaths
- 3,979 cases
PLACER COUNTY: Widespread “Purple” Tier
- 232 deaths
- 19,911 cases
PLUMAS COUNTY: Substantial “Red” Tier
- 6 deaths
- 653 cases
SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY: Widespread “Purple” Tier
- 1,150 deaths
- 67,123 cases
SIERRA COUNTY: Moderate “Orange” Tier
- 100 cases
SOLANO COUNTY: Widespread “Purple” Tier
- 165 deaths
- 30,216 cases
STANISLAUS COUNTY: Widespread “Purple” Tier
- 953 deaths
- 50,727 cases
SUTTER COUNTY: Widespread “Purple” Tier
- 98 deaths
- 8,899 cases
TUOLUMNE COUNTY: Widespread “Purple” Tier
- 59 deaths
- 3,966 cases
YOLO COUNTY: Substantial “Red” Tier
- 185 deaths
- 12,747 cases
YUBA COUNTY: Widespread “Purple” Tier
- 38 deaths
- 5,776 cases
Below is the state’s guidance for schools. The state’s “Safe Schools Reopening” map shows where school districts stand in the reopening process. Parents and students should check with their districts for more information.
Skilled Nursing Facilities
- As of Jan. 21, California nursing facilities have reported 60,904 residents and 50,070 health care workers with COVID-19. A total of 8,994 residents and 225 health care workers 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 49,117 California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation inmates have tested positive for the virus.
- The CDCR reports 212 inmates have died. The CDCR announced the first inmate death from COVID-19 on April 19.
- The State of California has established a COVID-19 resources page, which includes how to apply for unemployment or disability benefits.
- California’s OnwardCA.org helps connect you with resources such as money, groceries, child care and potentially a new job.
- Helpline for Sacramento workers, regardless of immigration status, impacted by the virus: #211 or 916-905-1625
- The Salvation Army is still providing essential services.
- The City of Roseville has established a Small Business Stabilization Program.
- Solano County has laid out information for businesses and employees.
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.