It’s time to mask up again in Marin County. The mandate will be reinstated tomorrow for all health care settings. This means staff, patients and visitors will need to cover up in hospitals and skilled nursing facilities.
Sonoma County’s neighbor to the North is bringing back a COVID-related masking mandate. Starting November 24th, health care workers in Mendocino County must cover their faces in patient-care settings. County Health Officer Andrew Coren says the mandate
Sonoma County’s low-income residents are struggling to get the latest version of the COVID-19 vaccine. The federal government no longer gives the vaccine to people for free. People with insurance can get their shots through hospital chains,
Staff at health facilities in Sonoma County must mask up again. The county’s health officer, Dr. Karen Smith, has issued an order requiring health care personnel to mask when in patient care areas. This will take effect
The updated COVID-19 vaccine is now available at some pharmacies in Sonoma County. CVS pharmacies have been getting shipments this week, with local doctor’s offices and other healthcare providers expected to get them in the coming days.