COVID-19 Info ​Hotline: 916-875-2400
For Health Order Violations, Dial 3-1-1​​

COVID-19 (2019 Novel Coronavirus)​​​

Get Tested. 

Sacramento County Public Health is encouraging testing.

​​​​Sacr​amento County Public Hea​lth COVID-1​9 Case ​Dashboards​:​ ​

​​Get COVID-19 case information on the Sacramento County Public Health COVID-19 Dashboards, with tabs​ for: ​

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  • ​Epidemiology – Cases and deaths by demographics (age, sex, race/ethnicity) and location
  • Lab Testing – ​Specimens tested, positivity rates and bar graph
  • Health Care – Hospitalized cases and ICU case subset, emergency department visits, and congregate facility cases​ 
  • Cases by Zip Code – Interactive Map​

Sacramento County Numbers at a Glance* - Updated 8/3​​​​, 1:00 p​.m.​​

​​​Confirmed Cases
​Deaths
10,122
​​145​

*​The At-A-Glance ​case counts are updated Monday-Friday (see date/time stamp above). No announcements of individual confirmed cases/deaths​ will be made. ​​The datasets are dynamic and information may be revised or updated.​​ 
The daily cases are collected by Sacramento County Public Health from the previous day (Note: case numbers may include a delayed batch of cases due to a lag in reporting from outside labs, systems and providers)​.

​​~   You can protect everyone from COVID-19 by NOT having or going to gatherings.
Stick to home as much as possible and practice social distancing with face coverings when you must​ be in public spaces.  ~

Public Health Order​​

​​July 14, 2020 Public Health Stay at Home Order 

Upon Statewide Order by the California Department of Public Health and announced by Governor Gavin Newsom, the Sacramento County Public Health Officer has amended the Public Health Order to limit indoor operations of certain sectors. The Order goes into effect July 14, at 3 p.m., and will be in effect until it is rescinded or amended by the Health Officer. The Health Order aligns with previous health orders, but supersedes those of March 19, April 7, May 1, May 26, June 12, June 19, June 29, and July 2. The Public Health Order continues to reinforce the direction that all individuals stay home as much as possible and carry on with social distancing and face covering protocols. For questions about the Public Health Order, call the Public Health hotline at (916) 875-2400.​ For complaints about unsafe practices at businesses (e.g. face coverings, social distancing), or violations of the Health Order, dial 3-1-1 or go to the Sacramento County 311 Connect website: https://311.saccounty.net/​, or email, SacCo311@custhelp.com​.​​​​

 ​​View previous Public Health Orders, documents and FAQs​ 

Latest News an​d Updates​

Pop-up Testing Site Announced for Tues., Aug. 4, starting at 8 a.m.

The CA National Guard will operate a community-based pop-up COVID-19 testing site on Tuesday, August 4 at 8:00 am at Elk Grove at Valley-Hi Library (7400 Imagination Pkwy, Elk Grove, CA 95758). Testing is first come, first served and testing capacity is limited. Testing will be drive-thru only. There are no appointments needed but testing will be on a first-come-first-served basis until daily capacity (100 tests per day) is reached. There are no prerequisites, such as having symptoms, for testing, but residents must be 18 or over and have a valid ID and contact information for test results. Results will be provided to residents within 5 – 7 business days after testing. ​​

Sacramento County’s Utilization of the CARES Act Funding

The U.S. Treasury CARES Act Coronavirus Relief Fund provides funding assistance to State, Local, and Tribal governments to manage the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. Sacramento County established a Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) Committee to review and recommend funding that meet specific requirements. View the CARES Act Funding & CRF webpage​ that provides a summary of the spending categories and CARES Act FAQs.  ​

New SacCounty Community COVID-19 Testing Sites

To provide additional locations for free COVID-19​ testing in Sacramento County communities, the Sacramento County Department of Health Services has partnered with UC Davis Health, StemExpress and local community agencies at four new sites. Beginning the week of August 3, three new Community-Based Testing Sites will provide COVID-19 testing by appointment in North Highlands, Folsom and Galt. As the fourth new Community-Based Testing Site by appointment, testing will begin on August 11 in Rancho Cordova. View the full schedule of all Community-Based Testing Site locations​.​


​Workplace Guidance for Businesses

Community Sites Partner with New Testing Supplier​ Starting July 20 - COVID-19 Testing Returning to Sacramento Neighborhoods

Sacramento County and UC Davis Health worked to secure needed testing supplies and lab services from StemExpress​ that will start the week of July 20 at the Community-Based COVID-19 Testing Sites. The re-launch of the partnership provides much-needed service to expand testing that is critical to offer accessible testing led by and within the diverse neighborhoods of Sacramento County.  

Each of the five Community-Based Testing sites to launch next week will have 100 tests per day for this first week starting July 20 to transition to the new system, which is expected to scale up the testing capacity to 1,500.  UC Davis Health will continue collecting the specimens at each test site and StemExpress will host a new registration system for all Community-Based sites that will provide test results. StemExpress is expected to be able to turnaround testing results within 72 hours – providing critical information to patients that may be COVID-19 positive. 

Testing at all Community-Based sites will be by appointment only, and priority will be given to those on waitlists and/or had cancellations. For testing locations and appointment details visit our COVID-19 Tes​ting webpage ​(appointment scheduling ​details and link will be updated on 7/16).

Sac County Public Health ​​Order Amended July 14
​​

​Governor Gavin Newsom announced on July 13 that all counties on the State’s County Monitoring List for three consecutive days are required to shut down certain industries and activities unless they can be modified to operate outside or by pick-up. Sacramento County is on the Monitoring List, and the following industries/activities are to shut down unless they can operate outside/via pick-up:

  • ​Fitness centers
  • Worship services
  • Protests
  • Offices for non-essential sectors
  • Personal care services, like nail salons, body waxing and tattoo parlors
  • Hair salons and barbershops
  • Indoor Malls

​This is in addition to the sectors that previously shut down indoor operations on July 2​

  • ​Bars/Brew Pubs (only in conjunction with sit-down, outdoor meals)
  • Zoos/Museums
  • Wineries
  • Restaurants
  • Movie Theaters
  • Family Entertainment Centers
  • Cardrooms​

​The amended Public Health Order goes into effect at 3 p.m., July 14. For questions about the Public Health Order, call the Public Health hotline at (916) 875-2400.​ For complaints about unsafe practices at businesses (e.g. face coverings, social distancing), or violations of the Health Order, dial 3-1-1 or go to the Sacramento County 311 Connect website: https://311.saccounty.net/​, or email, SacCo311@custhelp.com​.​​​


Sacramento County COVID-19 Testing Sites

Current locations for free COVID-19 testing​:

  • Drive-Through at Cal Expo – available only by appointment
  • Community Location - St. Paul’s Missionary Baptist Church on Tuesdays and Fridays, by appointment only.

For testing site ​details and changes​ due to supply shortages, go to the COVID-19 Testing Sites webpage. ​


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Current COVID-19 Topics

Below are some COVID-19 topics, but be sure to see the COVID-19 Resources links for ResidentsBusiness/WorkersCBOs/Homeless Response, and Child Care/Schools​.