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LASSEN COVID-19 COUNTS:
220 - Active Cases
34 - New Cases
2881 - Recovered Cases
7 - Currently Hospitalized
30 - Deaths
3138 - Total
11% - Fully Vaccinated Active Cases
0% - Fully Vaccinated Hospitalized
7654 - Doses
*This number only reflects Lassen County Public Health*
Correctional Institution Cases:
2 - Active Cases
1422 - Recovered
1 - Active Cases
2042 - Recovered
110 - Active Case
197 - Recovered
3776 - Total Inmate Cases
169 - Positive Test
706 - Negative Tests
875 - Total Tests
As of Sep. 17, 2021 at 5:00pm
Local community resources for:
Information from local healthcare facilities.
Find the latest news for Lassen County regarding COVID-19 including local Press Releases.
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19
Are you in a crisis?
Call 800-273-8255 or
Text TALK to 741741
Lassen County Child and Family Services Child Abuse Prevention:
Lassen County Adult Protective Service Elder or Dependent Adult Abuse Prevention Reporting Line:
(530) 251 - 8158
Lassen County Behavioral Health 24hr Crisis Intervention:
Local - (530) 251 - 8108
Toll Free -(888) - 530 - 8688
Lassen Family Services Crisis Line:
24hr Crisis Line
Local - (530) 257 - 5004
Toll Free - (530) 289 - 5004
This video provides instructions on how to correctly wear a variety of masks, from homemade to N95s. Ensure the bands are wrapped around your head and are not crossed. One should be placed below your ear and the other band above your ear. Aim for an airtight seal around the borders of the mask. Use the metal nose band to pinch around the bridge of your nose to assist in the baiting an airtight seal is created and the mask is fitted to your face snuggly.
The Lassen County Sheriff has implemented a local alerting system allowing officials the ability to notify the public immediately of potential dangers. The systems allows you to be notified by your local emergency response team in the event of emergency situations or critical community alerts. Examples include: evacuation notices, bio-terrorism alerts, boil water notices, and missing child reports.
For more information and to Sign-up at CodeRED.
COVID-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It's caused by a virus called coronavirus.
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