Tuolumne/Calaveras Coronavirus 2020 Timeline
Below is an Archive of how the first cases of Coronavirus were handled in the Mother Lode.
February 27 “California Monitoring 8,400 People For Any Symptoms Of Coronavirus” 33 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the state. Details here.
March 5 “Calaveras County Monitoring Residents On Ship Linked To Coronavirus” more here.
March 6 “Coronavirus Test Results Back In Calaveras County, New Exposure Reported” more here.
March 10 “Two Confirmed Cases Of Coronavirus In Calaveras County” more here.
March 11 “Neighboring Counties Report On Coronavirus Cases” more here.
March 12 “California Calls For Mass Gatherings To Be Canceled Throughout March” Non-essential gatherings must be limited to no more than 250 people, while smaller events can proceed only if the organizers can implement social distancing of 6 feet per person, Gatherings of individuals who are at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19 should be limited to no more than 10 people, while also following social distancing guidelines. more here.
March 15 Public Schools Canceled
“Tuolumne County Canceling School For Week” their statement here.
“Calaveras County Closing Schools Until April 6” their statement here.
Chicken Ranch Casino says it will close on Monday, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, through the end of the month as detailed here.
“Newsom Calls For Additional Actions To Protect Against COVID-19″ details here.
“COVID-19 Causes Yosemite, Stanislaus National Forest To Reduce Services” details here.
Mark Twain Medical Center Enacts Coronavirus Visitor Policy Anyone planning to see a patient should know visitors are being reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
Tuolumne County Health Department Taking Actions To Prevent COVID-19 The county will continue to face the challenges of COVID-19 with same rigor that was witnessed during the great recession, Rim Fire and the drought.
Tuolumne County’s Wednesday COVID-19 Update
The number of people being tested has increase and so have negative results, no positive cases.
Third Individual Confirmed With COVID-19 In Amador County
Five Rescued And Reprimanded For Violating COVID-19 Social Distancing Rules
Calaveras County/Angels Camp Request No Visitor Trips During COVID-19 Crisis
Calaveras County Schools To Remain Closed For Rest Of School Year
Tuolumne County Schools Response to Governor’s Statements about School Closures
Newsom Anticipates School Closures To Continue Longer
Message To Visitors From Calaveras Sheriff DiBasilio
Governor Newsom: Stay Home. Save Lives. Check In
COVID-19 No Excuse For Not Replying To 2020 Census
Health Officer Closes ‘Nonessential’ Tuolumne County Lodging
Mother Lode Gets $316K For Newsom’s COVID-19 ‘Project Roomkey’
Calaveras Sheriff Offering Extra Patrol Request During COVID-19 Pandemic
Update: Calaveras County Confirms Fourth COVID-19 Case
Tuolumne County Schools Closed For Rest Of School Year
Calaveras County Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Jump To Eight
Calaveras Public Health Reports Ninth COVID-19 Case
Articles from May to end of July are here.