​COVID-19 (2019 Novel Coronavirus)​​ ​Vaccinate All 58 CA Counties

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​Vaccination is our most powerful tool to ending the pandemic. The Sacramento County COVID-19 Vaccine webpage is regularly updated and provides information about the vaccines. To find COVID-19 Vaccination Locations throughout California, go to: https://myturn.ca.gov/​​

State Provides a Portal to Access Your Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record - Learn more by going to https://myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov/ ​​ 

​If you have difficulty accessing your digital My Vaccine Record, learn more at CDPH's FAQ webpage: https://myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov/faq or fill out their troubleshooting form: https://myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov/unmatched​​ 

Feb. 16, 2022: Sacramento County Health Officer Rescinds Local Health Orders ​

Effective February 16, 2022, 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wear face coverings indoors, as well as the January 6 Health Order directing all public meetings be held virtually were rescinded. There are currently no local Health Orders for Sacramento County. 

See State of California Guidance for the Use of Face Masks for information on where face masks are strongly recommended and where they are required.​

​​​View Previous Public Health Orders, Documents and FAQs

​Get COVID-19 case information on the Sacramento County Public Health COVID-19 Dashboards​: ​

​The At-A-Glance section was removed Feb. 28, 2022 - please use the above COVID-19 Dashboards link for data

  • ​Cases and Deaths – Cases and deaths (Starting 2/28/22 - Updated Wednesdays, excl. holidays)
  • Demographics – Cases/deaths by age, sex, race ethnicity (Starting 2/28/22 - Updated Wednesdays, excl. holidays)
  • Location – Cases/deaths by City and cases by ZIP code interactive map (Starting 2/28/22 - Updated first Monday of month, excl. holidays)
  • Lab Testing – Specimens tested, positivity rates, variants and bar graph (Updated Tuesdays, excl. holidays)
  • Health Care – Hospitalized cases w/ICU subset, emergency dept visits,​ congregate facility cases/deaths (Starting 2/28/22 - Updated Wednesdays, excl. holidays)
  • Vaccinations - Doses administered, partially/fully/addl/boosted vaccinated rates & by-date graph, doses by age, sex, race/ethnicity, interactive map by ZIP code, breakthrough cases (Updated Fridays, excl. holidays) ​​
  • Social Vulnerabi​lity Index - U.S. Census data used to determine​ social vulnerability that is ranked on 15 social factors

No announcements of individual confirmed cases/deaths​ will be made. ​​The datasets are dynamic and information may be revised or updated.​​ The daily cases are collected by Sacramento County Public Health from the previous posting​ (Note: case numbers may be delayed or include a delayed batch of cases due to a lag in reporting from outside labs, systems and providers)​.

​California Vaccination Progress Dashboard - https://covid19.ca.gov/vaccines/#California-vaccines-dashboard​​  
California Tracking COVID-19 Data Dashboard - https://covid19.ca.gov/state-dashboard/​​​ 
California Health Or​ders:  Beyond the Blueprint - https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Beyond-Blueprint-Framework.aspx​ ; Previous Blueprint ​Safer Economy Tier Assignments https://covid19.ca.gov/stay-home-except-for-ess​ential-needs/​ and Blueprint Activities & Tiers​

​​~   You can provide protection from COVID-19 by getting vaccinated and following State COVID-19 safety measures  ~

Updates as of April 20, 2022 - In alignment with the CDC's announcement that its order requiring masking on public transportation and at transportation hubs is no longer in effect, effective immediately California's requirement for masking on public transit and in transportation hubs is terminated. CDPH strongly recommends that individuals in these settings continue to wear a mask.​ See CDPH guidance for face coverings​

COVID-19 Prevention and Treatments - Talk with your healthcare provider to find out if you qualify for COVID-19 treatments to help you recover faster or protect you against COVID-19. Learn about where to go and COVID-19 prevention and treatment options​. ​

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.​ Also, read the SacCountyNews story: Sacramento County Rescinds Local Health Orders​

New Thresholds for State Mega-Event Requirements Starting Feb. 16 - Read additional Mega-Event details on the CDPH Beyond the Blueprint Framework

COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Update - The CDC recommends a COVID-19 booster (third dose) for anyone 18 or older who received a Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at least 6 months after their second shot. For those who received a J&J/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine, it is recommended that everyone receive a booster dose at least two months after their initial shot. Mix and match of vaccine dosing is allowed. For more information on boosters and to find your vaccine, visit MyTurn.ca.gov or the Sacramento County COVID-19 Vaccine webpage. There are also vaccination sites in hospitals, physicians’ offices, local pharmacies, pop-up clinics, and more. Read the SacCountyNews story for details: 11/23/2021 - COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Update​​ ​

State Provides a Portal to Access Your Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record - You can safely access your digital vaccine record for free at MyVaccineRecord.CDPH.CA.GOV by entering your name, DOB, and phone/email associated with your vaccine record. Then create a four-digit PIN that generates a special QR code so you decide how and when to share your vaccination record. This is an optional means to obtain your COVID-19 vaccine information, and is the digital version of your paper vaccine card. It is one of the options to show proof of vaccination - the QR code will work with specific types of QR readers. However, the State is not implementing a mandatory passport system in California. Learn more and access your digital vaccine record by going to https://myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov/ ​

​Vaccinated and Traveling? - See CDC’s latest recommendations for travel in the U.S.: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/travel-during-covid19.html

COVID-19 News & Updates Archive - Find specific Sacramento County COVID-19 news and information or go to SacCountyNews​​​ to learn about the latest news in Sacramento County.

View all Community Based COVID-19 Testing Site Locations ​

​Sacramento County Community Based Testing Appointments Available with 72-hour Results

Critical COVID-19 testing with 72-hour results is available for Sacramento County residents at our community-based testing sites for​ free.  

  • Have available appointments
  • Free to residents regardless of insurance or citizenship status
  • Can test children 2 years or older
  • Test results within 72 hours (even on weekends)
  • Each site has 300+ tests per day

View the full schedule of all Community-Based Testing Site locations​​.​

​​Below are some COVID-19 topics, but be sure to see the COVID-19 Resources links for ResidentsBusiness/WorkersCBOs/Homeless Response, and Child Care/Schools​.