COVID-19 Hotline: 916-875-2400
COVID-19 (2019 Novel Coronavirus)
Sacramento County Numbers at a Glance* -
Updated 6/1, 11:20 a.m.
|City of Sacramento||Elk Grove||Citrus Heights||Folsom||Rancho Cordova||Galt||Isleton||Unincorporated Areas|
|784 / 28||108 / 2||85 / 8||55 / 3||134 / 6||14 / 0||2 / 0||240 / 11|
*No announcements of individual confirmed cases or deaths will be made.
The case counts are updated Monday-Friday (see date/time stamp above). On weekends, check dashboards for data.
The datasets are dynamic and information may be revised or updated.
Dashboard of Confirmed Cases
Includes Data on Age Group; Gender; Ethnicity; and Location
Case Map by ZIP code
Map is interactive. See Info icon on the map for more information. Note:
- ZIP codes may not be determined for all cases at the time of mapping.
- ZIP codes with less than five cases are NOT included.
Health Care COVID-19 Dashboard
- Hospital Reported Point-in-Time Data on Currently Hospitalized Cases; ICU Case Subset
- Congregate Care Facilities with a Confirmed Case; Total Cases and Deaths
Public Health Order
The California Department of Public Health announced this week that counties that have attested to meeting the criteria for accelerated re-opening may reopen with modifications for places of worship for religious services, in-store retail shopping and hair salons and barbershops. Therefore, the Sacramento County Public Health Officer, Dr. Olivia Kasirye, revised the Public Health Order’s Appendix B that is effective at 11:59 p.m., May 26, and will be in effect until it is rescinded or amended by the Health Officer.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, and May 1. The Public Health Order continues to reinforce the direction that all individuals stay home as much as possible and carry on with social distancing protocols while beginning to relax restrictions on lower-risk businesses. Sacramento County was given the approval by California Department of Public Health (CDPH) - view the Variance Attestation approval for Sacramento County. The requirements of this Health Order is permitted and is consistent with the State’s “Stage 2” Roadmap to Modify the COVID-19 Stay-at-Home Order. The Sacramento County Health Order includes face coverings and recommends the CDPH guidance on the use of cloth face coverings to protect others from being infected by those without symptoms. Do you have questions about the Public Health Order? Call the County's COVID-19 Hotline: 916-875-2400. Do you want to report a violation of the Public Health Officer Order? Call 3-1-1.
May 26, 2020 Public Health Stay at Home Order
May 22, 2020 Public Health Order
The Sacramento County Public Health Officer, Dr. Olivia Kasirye, issued a new Public Health Order effective at 11:59 a.m., May 22, and will be in effect until it is rescinded or amended by the Health Officer. The May 22 Health Order aligns with previous health orders, but supersedes those of March 19, April 7, and May 1. The Public Health Order continues to reinforce the direction that all individuals stay home as much as possible and carry on with social distancing protocols while beginning to relax restrictions on lower-risk businesses. Sacramento County was given the approval by California Department of Public Health (CDPH) - view the Variance Attestation approval for Sacramento County. The requirements of this Health Order is permitted and is consistent with the State’s “Stage 2” Roadmap to Modify the COVID-19 Stay-at-Home Order. The Sacramento County Health Order includes face coverings and recommends the CDPH guidance on the use of cloth face coverings to protect others from being infected by those without symptoms. Do you have questions about the Public Health Order? Call the County's COVID-19 Hotline: 916-875-2400. Do you want to report a violation of the Public Health Officer Order? Call 3-1-1.
May 22, 2020 Public Health Stay at Home Order
Latest News and Updates
Sacramento County Accelerates Further Into Stage 2
Sacramento County has been given the go-ahead to move further into Stage 2 of California's Resilience Roadmap. Businesses that are allowed to resume operations may do so upon the amendment of Sacramento County's Public Health Order, which will happen on or before May 22.
Sacramento County made the case, through a written attestation to the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), that the County could increase the pace at which it can advance through Stage 2 ahead of the State Public Health Order. Read FAQs for Sacramento County Attestation.
“The California Department of Public Health set out clear and specific criteria for this attestation, and Sacramento County has demonstrated that we have the ability to protect the public and essential workers and can move further into Stage 2," said Dr. Peter Beilenson, Director of Health Services. “It remains critical that people continue to stay home as much as possible, practice social distancing, follow good hygiene and cleaning practices and stay home when they are sick."
Businesses that are allowed to resume operations upon implementing the state re-opening guidance will include dine-in restaurants. The CDPH has prepared guidance and checklist documents to create safer environments for workers and customers. Other re-open categories include: Small offices may reopen when telework is not possible; Child care, day care and family day care; Outdoor museums, art galleries and theaters; Resumption of full public transportation; Micro enterprise retail and storefronts—which means 10 employees or less—may re-open.
Each category/sector should implement strict social distancing, personal protective equipment and face coverings as appropriate. Read the statewide industry-specific guidance to reduce risk.
“Inducing and supporting local economic activity and promoting public health are not mutually exclusive objectives," stated Board Chairman and District 1 Supervisor Phil Serna. “Sacramento County's attestation affirms the work we have done and will continue doing to protect residents' health, and at the same time it underscores our intent to proceed with caution as we carefully consider social and economic reactivation."
In the County's submission, the Public Health Officer attested to the following readiness criteria: Epidemiologic stability of COVID-19; Protection of Stage 1 essential workers; Testing capacity; Containment capacity; Hospital capacity; Protections for vulnerable populations.
Additionally, the variance submission included the following: Sectors and timelines for the County's plan to move through Stage 2; Triggers for adjusting modifications; Detailed plan for moving through Stage 2.
The following sectors, businesses, establishments, or activities are not permitted to operate in the State of California at this time:
- Personal services such as hair and nail salons, tattoo parlors and gyms
- Hospitality services, such as bars, wineries, tasting rooms and lounges that do not offer sit-down, dine-in meals
- Entertainment venues, such as movie theaters, gaming, gambling, and arcade venues, and pro sports, indoor museums and gallery spaces, zoos, and libraries
- Community centers, public pools, playgrounds, and picnic areas
- Religious services and cultural ceremonies except drive-through ceremonies
- Concert venues
- Live audience sports
- Theme parks
- Hotels/lodging for leisure and tourism
Key indicators will continue to be monitored, and trends will be evaluated to inform data-driven decisions to move from one Stage to the next.
Questions regarding Sacramento County's Plan for Moving through Stage 2 or the Public Health Order can be directed to the Public Health Hotline at (916) 875-2400.
Sacramento County Emergency Renter Protection Act of 2020
On Wednesday, March 25, 2020, the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors introduced an ordinance related to temporary prohibition of evicting residential tenants due to the impacts of COVID-19, also known as: “Sacramento County Emergency Renter Protection Act of 2020." The Board adopted the ordinance on April 1. The effective date is May 1, 2020.
Retail in Sacramento County
In accordance with the direction provided by the Governor on Thursday, May 7, florists, toy shops, other small businesses and department stores can provide services, as long as those services are limited to curb-side delivery and pickup only. For questions, call the Public Health Hotline at (916) 875-2400.
Complete COVID-19 Survey and Get Tested.
Starting May 6, anyone 18 years old or older living in Sacramento County can get tested for COVID-19 simply by completing the screening survey. Survey participants who complete the screener will be eligible for an appointment at the Mobile Testing Site. Learn more on the Online Screening webpage for COVID-19 testing in Sacramento County.
COVID19, Closed Schools and Child Abuse Prevention
Child abuse prevention is more important than ever because of the disruptions COVID-19 has caused to daily life. If you see or hear something that causes you concern of suspected child abuse, report it, by calling the Sacramento County Hotline at 916-875-5437 (875-KIDS). If there is immediate danger, call 9-1-1. For more information, read the Sacramento COVID-19 Child Abuse Prevention news story.
Homeless Response Plan
The Board of Supervisors authorized the Department of Human Assistance (DHA) to accept funding from and enter into an agreement with the California Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency (BCSH) to provide emergency services and support to persons experiencing homelessness in response to the COVID-19 health crisis. For more information read the Sacramento COVID-19 Homeless Plan news story. To learn more about the Sacramento COVID-19 Homelessness Response Team and its progress, visit the Responding to Homelessness website.
COVID-19 News & Updates Archive
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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 Residents, Business/Workers, CBOs/Homeless Response, and Child Care/Schools.