Sonoma County’s COVID-19 emergency is officially over. On Tuesday, the county Board of Supervisors formally ended the emergency proclamation that had been active since the pandemic started more than three years ago. The emergency proclamation was ratified
Sonoma County public health officials are reporting an unusually high number of COVID-19 deaths for the month of April. The virus claimed seven lives last month, which is high for this stage in the pandemic. It’s also
Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa Medical Center is dealing with a COVID-19 outbreak. More than a dozen hospital workers and a few patients have tested positive in recent days. In response, the hospital is requiring doctors and other
Sonoma County is no longer reporting official daily COVID-19 case counts. The county’s COVID dashboard website was revamped Friday to reflect a change in priority data. The new-look website will instead prioritize wastewater surveillance, hospitalizations, deaths, and
Sonoma County’s Public Health officer is almost out the door. Dr. Sundari Mase is stepping down from her post effective Friday and taking a job with the CDC. She spoke about that job on KSRO’s The Drive.