COVID-19: Information and Resources
Updated 7/20/2020
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Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)

Last Updated: Monday, September 21, 2020 | 4:35 pm

Sonoma Valley Hospital is monitoring the Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak and has implemented readiness and response protocols specified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), and Sonoma County Department of Health Services (SoCoDHS). This page provides information that will be regularly updated for our community from CDC, CDPH, SoCoDHS, and other reputable sources.

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Sonoma County Data – Detail (Demographics, Region, and more: LINK

Sonoma County Health Order (08/06/2020)
(August 6, 2020) Sonoma County Board of Supervisors approve fines to encourage public compliance with COVID-19 health orders
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EXCERPT: The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors today approved a code enforcement ordinance that allows the issuing of citations ranging from $100 for individuals up to $10,000 for businesses for noncompliance with local and state health orders related to the coronavirus.

The ordinance was approved unanimously and on an urgency basis, which will allow it to take effect immediately. The Board also approved the creation of a new County hotline – 1-833-SAFE707 ( 1-833-723-3707) that will allow the public to report infractions. The public also can register complaints by sending emails to

UPDATED Public Health Emergency Isolation Order for COVID-19 (Date of Order: July 22, 2020)

  1. This Order supersedes the May 18,  2020 Order of the County of Sonoma Health Officer C19-12-I and shall become effective beginning at 12:01 a.m. on July 23, 2020, until rescinded, superseded, or amended in writing by the Health Officer.  Persons subject to Isolation Order C19-12-I must continue to comply with the terms of that order. READ MORE ENGLISH SPANISH

STATE HEALTH ORDER – State Public Health Officer Order For Sonoma County, July 12, 2020 ENGLISH SPANISH

On July 13, 2020, the state of California issued new restrictions for Sonoma County and counties across the state in an effort to slow the recent rapid spread of COVID-19 statewide. These new restrictions require the closures of indoor gyms and fitness centers, hair salons, worship services, malls and other operations. These are in addition to the restrictions put in place earlier on July 13 for Sonoma County and the 29 other counties on the state Monitoring List, which prohibit indoor operations at restaurants, bars and brewpubs, movie theaters, museums and other businesses as a means of discouraging large indoor gatherings.

The public can see what’s open and what’s closed in Sonoma County, and find more details about these new state restrictions by visiting the Guidance on Closure of Sectors in Response to COVID-19 on the California Department of Public Health website.

Sonoma County COVID-19 Employee Check – Mobile APP (added 06.02.2020) The County is committed to supporting the business community in a phased approach to reopening. One component of this approach is a business’s ability to mitigate the risk of the spread of Coronavirus. To support this process, the County has developed a number of tools and resources, including the SoCo COVID-19 Check app. This mobile app is part of the County’s larger strategy to support businesses and workers during this challenging time. Our goal is to help businesses reopen as quickly and safely as possible. LEARN MORE

COVID-19 TESTING (updated Thursday, August 13)

Sonoma County DPH: Expanded COVID-19 Antibody testing is available free of charge to essential workers, including farm workers. By appointment only at (707) 565-4667.

Community-wide COVID-19 drive-through testing in Sonoma County Department of Public Health, at sites managed by OptumServe, is available without a Doctor’s Order, by appointment only. Please call 1+888-634-1123 for more information (English and Spanish support).

Sonoma Valley Hospital continues to provide testing for emergency care, pre-surgery/procedure care, and physician-ordered testing only (see information below):

Sonoma County’s Virtual Local Assistance Center (VLAC)
The Virtual Local Assistance Center is a resource listing of government and support services to help residents impacted by COVID-19. This site will be regularly updated to provide updated content and a better user experience.

City of Sonoma: Community Resources

State of California COVID-19 Resource Page:

FEMA: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Rumor Control

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

California Department of Public Health (CDPH)

Sonoma County Department of Human Services (SoCoDHS)

Sonoma County Emergency and Preparedness (SoCoEmergency)

Sonoma Valley Hospital

University of California San Francisco (UCSF)

John Hopkins University – Coronavirus Resource Center

COVID-19 In The News

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