Novel Coronavirus COVID-19

coronavirusPlacer County Public Health is closely monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus. We are actively working with our partners in healthcare, education and beyond to respond. 

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Frequently asked questions about COVID-19 and measures taken to slow its spread. Learn about the virus, tips for prevention and more.

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Official press releases, updates and videos from Placer County Public Health.

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Cases in Placer

See the latest on cases in Placer County. 

Or view the state Blueprint map. For national information, view the Johns Hopkins dashboard

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Information about the statewide stay-at-home order as well as additional local, state and federal guidance for businesses and more. Surveillance surveys for key stakeholders.

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The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has issued travel notices for several countries.

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Information for healthcare facilities and professionals.

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Community resources that can serve residents’ needs during the COVID-19 outbreak, from resources for small businesses, to food to unemployment to mental health, as well as print materials. 

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 Questions


For general questions about COVID-19 and precautions currently recommended by Placer County Public Health, residents may call the county’s coronavirus information line at 530-886-5310.

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Placer County regularly updates this website and sends information through the digital channels below:

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donateHow To Help

Learn how you can help Placer County residents by donating to the COVID-19 Response Fund, an effort of the Placer Community Foundation to support local nonprofits serving those impacted by COVID-19.

Learn how you can help eastern Placer County residents impacted by COVID-19 by donating to the Tahoe Truckee Emergency Response Fund, which provides flexible resources to nonprofit organizations working within the Tahoe/Truckee community.

If you’re a health care provider and would like to support our COVID-19 response, we need you! Register now: covid19.ca.gov/healthcorps. Learn about other volunteer opportunities at CaliforniansForAll.ca.gov