Sonoma County Public Health Officer Dr. Sundari Mase announced today a new public health order, going into effect on Friday, requiring face coverings to be worn in a number of public circumstances. The announcement, initially made in
On a day in which Sonoma County posted more new recoveries than new cases, it also reported its second death relating to complications of the coronavirus. According to statistic posted to the county’s website, there were three
Pat Kerrigan talks with Dr. Sundari Mase, Sonoma County Public Health Officer, to clarify the recommendation of face coverings while outside the home. Dr. Mase clarified that face coverings to not need to be N95 masks –
Mike DeWald (@mike_dewald) California Governor Gavin Newsom announced that he would be extending the ‘shelter-in-place’ order to all of California, essentially shutting down the state. The Governor promised a ‘major announcement’ in his evening address, the move follows
Santa Rosa Mayor Tom Schwedhelm and Supervisor Shirlee Zane joined KSRO’s Pat Kerrigan Saturday afternoon to provide perspective on Sonoma County’s planning for the spread of coronavirus.