Update: Tuolumne/Calaveras Coronavirus Timeline
Tuolumne County Public Health Details Latest On COVID-19
Tuolumne County Coronavirus Monday Update
Tuolumne County Hosting COVID-19 Business Recovery Plan Sessions Online
Calaveras Supes Holding Special Meeting Tuesday
Board Chair Brennan Details COVID-19 Response
Kirk: Coronavirus Restrictions Nearing A Breaking Point
Newsom: More Clarity Coming About Recovery Plan
Sonora Council To Discuss COVID-19 Related Items
Trump: The Latest Coronavirus Task Force Press Conference
Calaveras County Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Jump To Eight Can ‘Herd Immunity’ Help Curb COVID-19? Dr. Ortiz New Interim Tuolumne County Health Officer Virtual Community Events And Local Online Features Free, Locally Made Face Masks Roll Out Across Calaveras
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
Trump Administration Details Economic Actions Related To Coronavirus
Tuolumne County Supervisors To Vote On COVID-19 Items
Governor Issues Executive Order To Prevent Water Shutoffs
Tuolumne County Changes Guidelines On Face Coverings
Water District Shuts Down Park For Coronavirus Gathering Compliance
Calaveras County Recommends Public Mask Use During COVID-19 Outbreak
New Aid To Small Business And Displaced Workers Due To COVID-19
Schools Battle Students’ COVID-19 Boredom With Drive-by Parades
Przybyla Details Business Assistance Available During Coronavirus Pandemic
DMV Offering Extensions And New Services Due To COVID-19
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.
A Couple ‘Days Of COVID-19’ Bobcat Tales
Groveland Community Services District Holds Special Meeting
Tuolumne County Schools Now Closed Through May 1st
Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office Asks People To Postpone Visits
Alpine County Sherriff Requests People Stay Away After First COVID-19 Case
Governor’s Executive Order Provides Tax Extension For Small Businesses
Supervisor Brennan: Unprecedented Times
Calaveras County Schools Extend School Closures Indefinitely
Governor Updates On State’s COVID-19 Response
Tuolumne County Coronavirus Wednesday Update
California Teens Death Attributed To COVID-19 Being Investigated
COVID-19 Related Business News Includes Building Of Key Virus Testing Tool
Public Health Responds To Concerns About Supplies Voiced By Union
What Jobs Qualify As Essential Services In California?
Angels Camp Special Council Meeting About Coronavirus Response
McClintock Argues For Payroll Tax Holiday
COVID-19 Takes Life Of Teen In California
Coronavirus Tuesday Update Tuolumne County
Local Healthcare Union Reaching Out To Community For Gear
Worldwide Outreach For Medical Gear
Tuolumne County Community Development Department Makes Changes
Calaveras Prevents Spread Of Two COVID-19 Cases But Preparing For More
Jury Trials Suspended For 60 Days Across California
Tuolumne County Shares Spring Break School Meal Assistance Plans
Democrats: We Won’t Support Corporate Relief
Tuolumne County Coronavirus Monday Update
Tuolumne County Trash Collection Impacts During Coronavirus Crisis
TUD Amends Services To Cope With COVID-19 Crisis
Update: Sierra Nevada Winter Weather Advisory
Update: Mother Lode Round-Up Rescheduling Possible?
Grocery Stores And Food Suppliers Working To Meet Demand
DMV Temporarily Changing its Operations
PG&E Pleading Guilty To Involuntary Manslaughter Following Camp Fire
Adventist Health Sonora Updates Policies To Prevent COVID-19
Presidential Disaster Order Issued For California
Trump: Coronavirus Task Force Press Conference
More Snow Forecast For The Sierra Nevada
COVID-19 Impacts Tuolumne County Bus Routes
Tuolumne County Coronavirus Saturday Update
Governor Enacts Executive Order For Elections
Update: State Unemployment Website Back Up For First Time Applicants
Update: Neighboring County Coronavirus Numbers
Calavera OES Director, Sheriff Address Public Coronavirus Concerns
Governor Deploys National Guard For Humanitarian Aid
Calaveras County Outlines Essential Services During COVID-19 Pandemic
Adventist Health Sonora Updates Its COVID-19 Operation Practices
Tuolumne Sheriff, Sonora Police Chief Address Governor’s Order
Update: Yosemite National Park Closes At Public Health Officials’ Request
Mark Twain Medical Center Launches Virtual Urgent Care Visits
Update: Tuolumne County Government COVID-19 Service Changes
Bureau of Reclamation: New Melones Recreation Still Accessible
Over 1,600 PG&E Customers Above Arnold Still In The Dark
Tuolumne County Coronavirus Friday Update
Local Ski Resorts Officially Suspend Operations
Scammers Trying To Take Advantage Of COVID-19 Fears
Student Lunches Will Still Be Served Following Governor’s Directive
Common Questions About Governor’s Stay At Home Order
March 19 PM
Governor Calls For Immediate Deployment of Hospital Ship
Mother Lode Events And Guidelines On Gathering
Sonora Native Heads To American Idol’s Hollywood Week
Columbia College Outlines Classes/Services Provided During COVID-19 Crisis
Mother Lode State Senator Details COVID-19 Resources
Tuolumne County’s Thursday COVID-19 Update
Newsom Taps Feds For Funding To Prepare For COVID-19 Surge
Commissioner Requests 60-Day Grace Period To Pay Insurance Premiums
March 19 AM Stories: Newsom Announces Actions To Help Homeless Residents
March 18 PM Stories:
Tuolumne County’s Wednesday COVID-19 Update
The number of people being tested has increase and so have negative results, no positive cases.
Mother Lode Diocese Cancels All Masses Until Further Notice details Regional Catholic church officials to suspend public worship gatherings.
Tuolumne County Animal Control Taking COVID-19 Precautionary Measure The office is closed until further notice but limited services are being offered.
March 18 AM Stories: California Executive Order For Allowing Timely Delivery Of Vital Goods
March 17 PM Stories: Latest COVID-19 Information From Tuolumne County Health Officials Health officials released the Tuesday update 27 tests have been done, 2 negative 25 pending. There are no confirmed cases. Calaveras County Health Division Latest COVID-19 Update
ATCAA Closes A Center To Public, Food Bank And Most Programs Not Impacted COVID-19 is causing another service provider to close one of its facilities.
Black Oak Casino To Temporarily Close Due To COVID-19 Crisis from Wednesday, March 18 at 8 p.m. through Tuesday, March 31
“COVID-19 Causes Yosemite, Stanislaus National Forest To Reduce Services” details here.
Adventist Health Sonora Limits Visitors Due to COVID-19 Concerns Hospital officials are mandating a new visitor policy until further notice.
COVID-19 Leads Columbia College, Other YCCD Facilities To Adopt Remote Schedule A new set of temporary operating procedures are coming to the Mother Lode’s community college system.
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.
No School But Meals For Kids Being Provided Tuolumne and Calaveras county school food programs are still offering meals for pickup.
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.
March 17 AM Stories: Local Agencies And Districts Taking Coronavirus Precautions
March Events Update: Two More Events Confirm Canceled also titled “Update: Library Branch And More Cancellations”
Governor Newsom Issues Additional Directives For COVID-19
Latest Information About COVID-19 From Tuolumne County Public Health
Democrats: Combating The Coronavirus
Calaveras county has no new updates or cases since March 13 when they reported two confirmed cases here.
“Sonora City Council To Vote On COVID-19 Emergency Declaration” The declaration opens the door for the city to potentially receive state and federal assistance. details here.
“Trump: Press Briefing With The Coronavirus Task Force” details 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.
March 15 Adventist Health Launching Covid-19 advice line available from 7am-7pm, Monday through Friday.
The phone number to call is 1-844-542-8840 as detailed here.
March 14 “Local School Officials Detail Plans For Coming Week” Public schools in Tuolumne County are staying open, one in Calaveras remains closed until midweek, and Columbia College will shift its classroom activities, details here.
March 13 March Organization Events Canceled an updated list of events and some senior services that have been modified or canceled. Also the “Mother Lode League Cancels Sporting Events Due To COVID-19” High school games for local teams have been canceled through at least the remainder of the month, as detailed here. California tax and budget impacts expected due to COVID-19 response as detailed here.
March 13, 5pm: Public Health Officer Declares Tuolumne County COVID-19 Emergency
Angels Camp Council To Declare Local COVID-19 Emergency
Coronavirus Emergencies, HVAC Financing, Cannabis On Special Agenda
Copperopolis Elementary Now Closed Until March 18
March 12 “Tuolumne County Public Health Provides More Coronavirus Related Guidance” more here.
March 12 “Adventist Health Sonora Taking Preventative Actions Related To COVID-19 ” 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 12 “Second Weekend In March Events” An overview of event cancelations.
March 12 “Tuolumne County Schools Taking Coronavirus Precautions” blog by Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools Cathy Parker here.
March 11 “Neighboring Counties Report On Coronavirus Cases” more here.
March 11 “Murphys Irish Day 2020 Cancelled Over COVID-19 Concerns” details here.
March 11 “Coronavirus Impacts Local Special Olympics Events” all regional Special Olympics practices and activities have been canceled through at least March 31st, more here.
March 10 “Tuolumne County Health Department Shares Coronavirus Status” No known cases.
March 10 “Two Confirmed Cases Of Coronavirus In Calaveras County” more here.
March 9 “Coronavirus Guidelines For Schools, Events And Care Facilities” guidance from State of California here.
March 7 “Frogtown Is Taking Precautions Against Coronavirus” hand washing and more here.
March 6 “Coronavirus Test Results Back In Calaveras County, New Exposure Reported” more here.
March 6 “California Makes Coronavirus Testing Free For Many Residents” details here.
March 5 “Calaveras County Monitoring Residents On Ship Linked To Coronavirus” more here.
March 3 “Tuolumne County Preparing To Handle Coronavirus” hand washing and monitoring as detailed here.
February 27 “California Monitoring 8,400 People For Any Symptoms Of Coronavirus” 33 confirmed cases of novel coronavirus in the state. Regular monitoring of those who recently traveled to Asia for any symptoms. Gov Newsom says the state is ready to take on challenges related to medical emergencies. “We have history and expertise in this space. We are not over-reacting, and nor are we under-reacting to the understandable anxiety that many people have as it relates to this novel virus.” Details here.