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​Vaccination is our most powerful tool to ending the pandemic. The Sacramento County COVID-19 Vaccine webpage is regularly updated and provides information about the vaccines. To find COVID-19 Vaccination Locations throughout California, go to:​​

Is your organization interested in hosting a community COVID-19 vaccine pop-up site in Sacramento County? Fill out the Interest Form​:​ 

​Get COVID-19 case information on the Sacramento County Public Health COVID-19 Dashboards, with tabs​ for: ​
  • Cases and Deaths – Cases and deaths (Updated Mon-Fri, excl. holidays)
  • Demographics – Cases/deaths by age, sex, race ethnicity (Updated Mon-Fri, excl. holidays)
  • Location – Cases/deaths by City and cases by ZIP code interactive map (Updated Mondays, excl. holidays)
  • Lab Testing – Specimens tested, positivity rates, variants and bar graph (Updated Tuesdays, excl. holidays)
  • Health Care – Hospitalized cases w/ICU subset, emergency dept visits,​ congregate facility cases/deaths (Updated Mon-Fri, excl. holidays)
  • Vaccinations - Doses administered, partially/fully vaccinated rates & by-date graph, doses by age, sex, race/ethnicity, interactive map by ZIP code, breakthrough cases. (Updated Fridays, excl. holidays)​​
  • Social Vulnerabi​lity Index - U.S. Census data used to determine​ social vulnerability that is ranked on 15 social factors

California Vaccination Progress Dashboard -​​ 

California Health Or​ders:  Beyond the Blueprint -​

Sacramento County COVID-19 Numbers at a Glance* - Updated 6/18, 12:00 p.m.​​​

​​​Confirmed Cases

*​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 posting​ (Note: case numbers may be delayed or include a delayed batch of cases due to a lag in reporting from outside labs, systems and providers)​. On Mondays, a three-day total ​(Fri-Sun) is posted.

​​~   You can protect everyone from COVID-19 by getting vaccinated and following State COVID-19 safety measures  ~

June 17 Cal/OSHA Decision: Workplace Mask Requirements for Vaccinated Lifted 

New workplace rules may be implemented immediately. Physical distancing measures ​and use of partitions is a choice, but unvaccinated workers are to wear a mask around others when indoors or in vehicles. Along with their safety benefits, N95 masks, or similar respirators, must be available for voluntary use by unvaccinated employees. To implement the eased requirements, employers will need to have a process to keep a record of employees who self-attest to having the COVID-19 vaccine and have a supply of respirators available. If a "major" ​outbreak occurs with 20 or more employees working together within a month, employers must provide respirators to all exposed workers, or again implement physical distancing requirements (flexible work schedules, 6 ft. separation, partitions, etc.) - an outbreak of three to nineteen, the employer​ may choose the preceding measures to control spread. ​Learn more about Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Guidance and check out the State’s Safer at Work website. ​

California is Open. What Does This Mean?

CDPH has created four new fact sheets to help Californians understand what the state's June 15 reopening means. 

Reopening the California Economy

With decreasing COVID-19 transmission rates and increasing vaccination rates, California has fully reopened its economy. This means no more physical distancing, no capacity limits, no county tiers, and relaxed mask guidance. Find out more on the State's website: 

Vaccinated and Traveling?
See CDC’s latest recommendations for travel in the U.S.:

Antigen Testing – Rapid Results in 15 Minutes

Our 13 COVID-19 Community Testing Sites are adding antigen rapid testing options (results in 15 minutes) for those who need immediate results starting Monday, June 14, in additional to the traditional PCR testing currently offered. Patients may follow-up a positive antigen result with a PCR test to ensure accuracy in the same visit (PCR results are within 3 days).  The antigen test is not as sen​sitive as the PCR test. Antigen testing will not suffice for air travel or when a PCR test is required to get into an events. However, it is a great option for those who are unvaccinated and must have regular testing for school sports and workplace testing, or if you’ve been around a large group of people, or have a known COVID-19 exposure, for example.​ Learn more about free testing​.​

Beyond the Blueprint June 15

With more people getting protection from getting the COVID-19 vaccine, California is fully reopening the economy on June 15. Life will begin to feel a lot like before COVID-19. Restaurants, shopping malls, movie theaters, and most everyday places will be open as normal with no capacity limits, facial coverings or social distancing required. This does not apply to those who are unvaccinated, schools, health care settings and some other public settings and large events. Learn more from CDPH

Sacramento County Public Health Forum on COVID-19, Thursday, June 24

Public Health has its next COVID-19 Community Conversation with Dr. Kasirye, Rachel Allen and Dr. Cohen this Thursday, 6/24 from 6-7:30PM.  We understand that many community members may have questions around the vaccine and testing.  This would be a great opportunity for community members to connect directly with our Public Health Leadership. Community members can register for the online forum:​. This event will have American Sign Language (ASL), Chinese, Hmong, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, and Vietnamese Interpretation.

CDPH Updated Guidance for the Use of Face Coverings

CDPH has pro​vided updated face covering guidance as California is slated to lift many of its COVID-19 related restrictions on June 15. Per the guidance, unless exempt, unvaccinated individuals are advised to continue wearing a mask in indoor and outdoor public spaces. Those who have been vaccinated are not required to wear a mask in most indoor and outdoor settings. However, masks will still be required by all who are not exempt in public transportation settings, health care settings, and correctional facilities, for example. Read the June 9, 2021 CDPH Masking Guidance for details:​

COVID-19 News & Updates Archive

Find specific Sacramento County COVID-19 news and information or go to SacCountyNews​​​ to learn about the latest news in Sacramento County.

View all Community Based COVID-19 Testing Site Locations ​

​Sacramento County Community Based Testing Appointments Available with 72-hour Results

Critical COVID-19 testing with 72-hour results is available for Sacramento County residents at our community-based testing sites for​ free.  

  • Have available appointments
  • Free to residents regardless of insurance or citizenship status
  • Can test children 2 years or older
  • Test results within 72 hours (even on weekends)
  • Each site has 300+ tests per day

View the full schedule of all Community-Based Testing Site locations​.​

​​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​. 

​As of June 15, 2021, both California's and Sacramento County's Health Orders have expired.

With decreasing COVID-19 transmission rates and increasing vaccination rates, California has fully reopened its economy. This means no physical distancing, no capacity limits, no county tiers, and relaxed mask guidance. Find out more on the State's website: 

​Call the Public Health hotline at (916) 875-2400 for questions about COVID-19 and related vaccines. For complaints about unsafe practices at businesses, dial 3-1-1 or go to the Sacramento County 311 Connect website:​, or email,​ 

​​​View Previous Public Health Orders, Documents and FAQs​