The Public Health Department is offering drive thru testing for COVID-19 (novel coronavirus). Please click the link below and register.
If you are having trouble come down to the testing center and someone will help you in person or call the COVID-19 Call Center at (530) 251-8100.
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.
Lassen County Officials are working to reopen businesses and need information from entities that serve or interface with the public to determine if they are able to operate safely under California Public Health guidelines
LASSEN COVID-19 COUNTS:
14 - Active Cases
51 - Recovered Cases
65 - Total Cases
Correction Institution Cases:
141 - Active Cases
421 - Recovered
0 - Active Cases
4 - Recovered
1 - Active Case
567 - Total Inmate Cases
4737 - Negative Tests
63 - Pending Tests
4865 - Total Tested
2 - Positive Test
234 - Negative Tests
236 - Total Tests
As of Aug 4, 2020 4:19 PM
Local community resources for:
Find the latest news for Lassen County regarding COVID-19 including local Press Releases.
Information from local healthcare facilities.
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
The Lassen County Incident Command sent a letter to the Governor and the State Public Health Officer requesting the approval of the Lassen County Roadmap to Recovery.
Lassen County Public Health is looking for Part-Time Extra Help Nurses. If interested please contact Danielle Sanchez at (530) 251-8128 for additional information.
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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