Covid cases continue to rise in the North Bay. In Sonoma County, the 7 day daily average of active cases is now at 2,642, up from 2,400 a week ago. Covid hospitalizations appear to be plateauing, standing
Inmates at the Mendocino County jail have tested positive for the coronavirus. Health officials confirmed over the weekend that eleven inmates tested positive in what is the jail’s second outbreak. Officials say it started with four original
Petaluma city officials are poised to announce mandatory vaccination policies for all of its city workers. Assistant City Manager Brian Cochran confirmed that city leaders will announce the policy today, which will require nearly 330 city workers
Four more Coronavirus related deaths have been reported by Sonoma County Health Officials, including a 2nd person from Sam Jones Hall. That brings the overall death toll to 344 after two more deaths were reported on Tuesday.
California is requiring proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test for large indoor events. State Public Health Officer Dr. Tomas Aragon says the new mandate is necessary to minimize “risk of infection, hospitalization and death.” It