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Guidelines for Implementing a Vaccine Verification ProcessVaccine Record Guide​lines & Standards (CDPH)​

Report COVID-19 outbreaks with a secure portal: Under California law, employers are required to report workplace outbreaks to local health departments. When non-healthcare employers identify 3 or more cases of COVID-19 at a worksite within a 14-day period, they are required to report this to their local health department within 48 hours. Confidentiality must be maintained as required by state and federal law and regulations. For questions about employee reporting, contact: covid19@saccounty.net.​  
  • ​To learn when and how to report COVID-19 outbreaks, visit the ​​Outbreak Reporting webpage​.  ​

  • Feb. 16, 2022: Sacramento County Health Officer Rescinds Local Health Orders – In alignment with the State, effective immediately, the Sacramento County Health Officer is rescinding the July 26 Health Order requiring all individuals to wear face coverings indoors, as well as the January 6 Health Order directing all public meetings be held virtually. Per order of CDPH, all unvaccinated individuals will continue to be required to wear face-coverings in all indoor pubic settings. The State's masking requirements regardless of vaccination status remains in effect for public transportation; healthcare settings; congregate settings; long-term care facilities; and in K-12 schools and childcare settings. In workplaces, employers are subject to the Cal/OSHA requirements. Review details of the Health Order Rescission for Face Coverings and Health Order Rescission for Public Meetings.

Review Previous Public Health Orders

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​If you are sic​k, how long should you stay home?

By now, everyone should know that if you are sick, stay home - this protects co-workers, customers and the community. However, new evidence suggests that those infected may be contagious longer than the seven days from when symptoms begin.  The CDC now ​recommends ending home isolation u​nder the following conditions

  • At least 3 days (72 hours) have passed since the resolution of fever without the use of fever-reducing medications; and 
  • Improvement of respiratory symptoms (e.g., cough, shortness of bre​ath); and, 
  • At least 10 days have passed since symptoms first appeared. 

To clean surfaces exposed to the virus EPA has a list of disinfectants for CO​VID-19. ​​​​