Coronavirus Sacramento County

Sacramento County COVID-19 Update, March 25

As COVID-19 testing continues to increase, there are more confirmed COVID-19 cases within the community. Sacramento County has 113 confirmed COVID-19 cases, and five who have died from complications of COVID-19. The five individuals who died from complications of COVID-19 were either older than 70 or had underlying health conditions.

Mobile COVID-19 Testing Site A Community-Based Testing Site (CBTS) for COVID-19 has been set up in Sacramento County and is being spearheaded by CDPH, Verily, CalOES and the Governor’s Office in coordination with Sacramento County Public Health.

This testing location at the outset will give immediate COVID-19 testing options to the healthcare providers and urgent care clinics in Sacramento County to refer health workers, first responders and patients with mild/moderate symptoms who are in the high-risk category for complications of COVID-19. As backlog begins to taper and capacity is established, an announcement will be made when testing is widened outside of provider referrals. People with severe symptoms, especially the elderly, should contact their health provider. Those who meet testing eligibility will be scheduled for a drive-through appointment for free COVID-19 testing and will be sent details by email or phone on how and where to get tested. The COVID-19 testing location is unable to take walk-ins and testing is by appointment only – those not registered will not be tested. Medical care is not provided on-site.

Sacramento County Public Health continues to work collaboratively with our healthcare providers and public health agencies to serve our communities and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

County Services Hours

The County has a webpage listing departments that are operating as usual, as well as those who have limited or modified services.

Public Health Order

The Public Health Order continues to be in effect to slow the spread of the virus. Please take all reasonable means to stay home, and only venture out to public spaces when it is absolutely necessary – and when you must – maintain social distancing at all times. The Public Health Order is available in English, Spanish, Chinese and Russian.

To get further guidance on the Sacramento Public Health Order and whether your business is exempt or non-exempt please review the following steps:

Step 1: If you have not already, please take a look at page 5 of the Public Health Order and this FAQ to see if your business is listed as an essential business.

Step 2: If you do not have clarity after reading the FAQ, go ahead and call 916-875-2002.

Step 3: Our Health Services Team will connect back with you shortly. To report a violation of the Public Health Officer Order, call 311.

Medical Supplies Donation Site

Sacramento County opened a donation site for members of the public who have specific items needed by health care professionals and emergency personnel.  

Donations of unused and unopened medical items will be accepted at 9680 Conservation Road, from 9 a.m. to Noon. The County drop off location will operate Monday through Friday, rain or shine for the foreseeable future.

The donation site will only accept the following items:

  • N95 mask of any type
  • Surgical or procedural masks
  • Non-latex medical gloves
  • Hand sanitizers
  • Disinfectant sprays

No other items will be accepted at this location.
Visit Sacramento County’s COVID-19 website for more information and updates. 

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