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Calaveras County students will not be returning to campuses this school year.
Calaveras County Sheriff Rick DiBasilio issued a message to the public Wednesday morning asking nonessential visitors to stay home.
With a stay-at-home order in place for California, Calaveras County Public Health Officer Dr. Dean Kelaita has put a number of recreational outdoor activities on the list of prohibited things. All recreational venues such as golf and disc golf courses, shooting ranges, swimming pools, gyms, …
The majority of local restaurants have adapted to the coronavirus crisis and are still serving up good eats through takeout, curbside and delivery services.
Residents of Calaveras County may now be arrested or cited for not adhering to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home order.
In times like these, it is important for the community to come together to help those in need.
The following is a press release issued by the City of Angels Camp:
Developed recreation facilities in the Stanislaus National Forest will be closed until at least April 30, following the recent shelter-in-place order issued by Gov. Gavin Newsom to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The following is a press release issued by the Office of Emergency Services.
Updated 4:30 p.m., 3/26/20:
The following is a press release issued by the Calaveras County Water District
The usual crowd for a cannabis study session had to watch remotely Tuesday as the Calaveras County Board of Supervisors received an update on the commercial cultivation program and hashed out policy changes going forward.
With the statewide stay-at-home order announced last week, Calaveras County animal shelters have not been spared from disorder and confusion.
Calaveras County public schools will remain closed for “at least” as long as Gov. Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home order is in effect.
Because of the coronavirus, it is still unknown whether high school sports will resume its spring season or not. However, coaches in Calaveras County are having their players train as if they will be able to return to the field, track, court, links or water in the upcoming weeks.
Mark Twain Medical Center (MTCM) is ramping up capacity in preparation for new coronavirus cases, local health officials say.
“We’ve been through disasters before,” said Jason Scholtka, Assistant Manager at Young’s Payless IGA Food Market in Copperopolis. One of those times was just last fall, when the small grocery store was one of few countywide to remain open through a series of public safety power shutoffs. “Ot…
Following Gov. Gavin Newsom’s order for Californians to shelter in place to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus on Thursday, the Calaveras County Office of Emergency Services (OES) held an informational meeting over Facebook Live on Friday to clarify how county residents will be affected.
Health system encourages communities to consult with a medical professional virtually for initial medical guidance on the coronavirus
Capital loans of up to $2 million are available for small businesses experiencing temporary losses of income due to COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
It’s been a crazy couple of weeks for everyone. Within a very short amount of time, a new, invisible threat has sent the world into a downward spiral of shared anxiety. Our fears coupled with self-isolation are enough to make us feel very small and alone, in communities that seem utterly cha…
Calaveras County Public Health has released a list of resources for individuals who may be adversely affected by loss of work and the closure of schools and businesses.
The delivery of various county services will be impacted through April 6, 2020 in an effort to reduce spread of the novel coronavirus, County Administrative Officer Al Alt announced in a press release Tuesday.
Amid viral panic across the country, H.R. 6201, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, passed by an overwhelming majority of the U.S. House of Representatives on March 14.
Amid ever-tightening state and federal directives to practice social distancing to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, some area businesses are temporarily closing their doors.
The Murphys Business Association announced Wednesday that the 28th annual Murphys Irish Day celebration is canceled in the wake of two confirmed COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) cases in Copperopolis.
Updated 5 p.m., 3/10/20: Calaveras County Health Officer Dr. Dean Kelaita stated during a press conference Tuesday that the infected father was exposed to COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) while working in a non-adjacent county.
Calaveras County Public Health has confirmed that the group of local residents who were aboard cruise to Mexico last month on which some passengers tested positive for COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) are not infected with the disease.
The Calaveras County Public Health department has identified and contacted local residents who were aboard a cruise on which some passengers were infected with COVID-19 (novel coronavirus).
Though the threat of COVID-19 remains low in Calaveras County, local health experts say they are staying on top of the situation should that threat level increase.
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