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COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus)

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Situation in Fresno County

Last updated: May 28, 2020 at 4:05 PM

  • Total Cases: 1,658         
    • 57 (Travel-Related)
    • 758 (Close Contact)
    • 661 (Community-Spread / Unknown)
    • 182 (Under Investigation)
  • Total Deaths: 32
  • Ever Hospitalized: 198
  • Recovered: 536*
  • Total Individuals Monitored by FCDPH to Date: 3,653
    • Currently Being Monitored: 858
    • Test Results Received and Processed: 20,902**
    • Tests Conducted at FCDPH: 1,348

*Recovered= Cases who have been laboratory cleared or cleared by non-laboratory methods.

**May include minimal duplicates and tests conducted on non-Fresno county residents. Labs conducted by the VA may be under-reported.

More detailed information is now available here:

County Epidemiology Program
Information Portal

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These identified individuals are being monitored by the FCDPH Communicable Disease Investigation (CDI) Program. Our health care facilities and community medical providers are actively planning and preparing for patients who have symptoms and complications of COVID-19, but every one of our county residents needs to play a part in reducing the risk of transmission.

This is a contagious disease that takes advantage of close contact and poor hygiene, so please do your part in maintaining at least six feet of distance with your peers, staying home if you are feeling mildly ill, and washing hands and surfaces frequently as part of your daily routine.

This health crisis will require everyone to play a role during this challenging time.

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Shelter in Place - Executive Order

 

On March 19, 2020, the California State Public Health Officer and Director of the California Department of Public Health ordered all individuals living in the State of California to stay home or at their place of residence, except for essential needs as needed to maintain continuity of operation of the federal critical infrastructure sectors.

As of May 8, the stay home order was modified. We are now in the first phase of Stage 2. This means in addition to essential activity, curbside retail is allowed, along with the infrastructure to support it. 

As of May 12, offices, limited services, and outdoor museums are also permitted to open.

Six key health and scientific indicators will be considered before modifying the state’s stay home order to allow additional Stage 2 activity.

Advanced Stage 2 Guidelines for Fresno County

 

Dine-in Restaurants:

Restaurants can resume modified dine-in service in accordance with the COVID-19 industry guidelines.  Prior to re-opening your restaurant for dine-in service, you must complete the COVID-19 Restaurant Operating Procedures (Español) and submit your document to the Environmental Health Division.  

Retail:

Retail stores are permitted to open for curbside and is now expanded to include in-store shopping and should follow California Department of Public Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines

 

Guidance and Resources

This is a rapidly evolving situation and information is being updated as it becomes available.

Businesses and Employers

Protecting Yourself and Others

Fresno County residents are advised to follow the CA Governor's order to stay home as much as possible and only go out for essentials. Good public health hygiene at this time is important, please take the following steps to protect your health the health of your loved ones and the health of our community. 

  1. Wash your hands with soap and water

  2. Avoid touching eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands

  3. Avoid close contact with people who are sick

  1. Use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol

  2. Cover coughs and sneezes

  3. Clean and disinfect surfaces

Stay away from work, school or other people if you become sick with respiratory symptoms like fever and cough. For additional information, please call the Fresno County COVID-19 information line at (559) 600-INFO Monday - Friday from 8:00AM-5:00PM.