Coronavirus (COVID-19) Frequently Asked Questions
We will be providing this information to the public no later than Friday of this week.
We will have online registration available no later than this Friday and will put out a press release.
We plan to have the website up and running no later than Friday and will provide a press release.
Please refer to the press releases on our www.trinitycounty.org website.
Please provide the names and addresses of businesses and dates of witnessed non-compliance to any of the following:
Cal/OSHA District Office Region 2 Redding: Phone: (530) 224-4743 Website: https://www.dir.ca.gov/dosh/DistrictOffices.htm
Alcoholic Beverage Control Northern District Redding:1900 Churn Creek Rd., Suite 215Redding CA, 96002... Read more
We do not have the date for mass vaccination of the general public as yet. We are however conducting our first mass vaccination point of distribution that will include persons that are 64-74 years of age with chronic health conditions that put them at increased risk for severe illness and death from COVID-19 on January 29, 2021. Please refer to the press release coming out today January 11, 2021. The time of the mass vaccination POD in Weaverville on January 29 and the pre-registration... Read more
This week the testing dates, times, and locations are as follows:Thursday, December 3rd, 2020 9:00 am- 1:00 pm, Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center, 101 Arbuckle Court, Weaverville Friday, December 4th, 2020 9:00 am - 1:00 pm, Trinity County Fairgrounds, 6000 State Hwy 3, Hayfork We are currently working on finalizing dates and times for the month of December; current week testing dates and times are found at www.trinitycounty.org
Thank you for your question. We recommend that, particularly our vulnerable populations, limit exposure through businesses that are not compliant with the masking and social distancing mandate in California. If you must patronize these businesses out of necessity some things to consider could be curb side pick-up. Check with the store owner to determine if you could order groceries over the phone and pick-up groceries at the curb side. Wear masks while in public, stay 6 feet apart from... Read more
An individual in the "active case' is lab confirmed positive for COVID-19. To move to the "recovered category" the following applies based on the presentation:
Positive individuals without symptoms: If the individual continues to have no symptoms, they are removed from isolation (recovered) after 10 days have passed since their positive viral test for COVID-19.
Positive individuals with symptoms at the time of testing or who develop symptoms at any time during isolation are... Read more
Thank you for engaging with us and providing your input. Our team believes that the dashboard, updated daily, provides the most transparent information to the public and provides more information than a press release has historically done. We will issue press releases when indicated to inform our residents of situations that impact our communities' health and to inform our residents when changes occur that impact them.