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The COVID-19 vaccine is here
Now it’s your turn
Safe, free, and effective COVID-19 vaccines are now available to everyone age 12 and up. Let’s end this pandemic. Check for available appointments and book your vaccination as soon as you can.
Stanislaus County conducts daily walk up vaccine clinics. Please use this link for location times and dates:
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SOCIAL DISTANCING - (Click Here)
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WASH YOUR HANDS - (Click Here)
FACE COVERINGS - (Click Here)
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For More Information About How To Protect Yourself, Visit: CDC COVID-19 How to Protect Yourself and Others
Help Slow The Spread Of COVID-19!
IF YOU ARE SICK OR A FAMILY MEMBER IS SICK, PLEASE STAY HOME
- For more information about COVID-19 symptoms visit: CDC-Symptoms of Coronavirus
- For information on what to do if you are sick, please visit: CDC What to Do if You are Sick /Self- Checker
WE ARE IN THIS TOGETHER!
It is imperative to follow the guidelines at all times in order to protect yourself and your families from contracting or spreading the virus.
- Complete Daily Health Assessment Before Coming To Your Workplace, School or Bus Stop.
- Sanitize Your Hands Before And After Using Any Shared Workspace.
- Use Disinfecting Wipes Before Using Commonly Touched Areas Such As Doorknobs, Light Switches, Desktops, And Copiers.
- If You Are Handling Items That Will Be Handled By Others, Remember To Wash Your Hands Before And After Handling.
- Avoid Sharing Personal Items With Others (i.e., dishes, cups, utensils, towels).
- Avoid Touching Your Eyes, Nose or Mouth
- Cover Your Sneeze Or Cough With Your Arm
- Wear Face Protection At All Times When At School Except When Eating.
- Practice Physical Distancing
"Physical/Social Distancing Requirements" includes:
- Maintaining At Least Six-Foot Distance From Other Individuals,
- Washing Hands With Soap And Water, For At Least Twenty Seconds, As Frequently As Possible Or Use Hand Sanitizer,
- Covering Coughs or Sneezes (into the sleeve or elbow, not hands),
- Regularly Cleaning High Touch Surfaces,
- Not Shaking Hands
- No Hugging.