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Covid-19: Mendocino County updates face covering orders

Mendocino County Public Health released the following information on Tuesday about current requirements for face covering usage in the county:. The risk for COVID-19 exposures and infections will remain in California beyond June 15 (California’s reopening date), and the continued use of face coverings helps prevent COVID-19 transmission. California’s updated Face Coverings Guidance is summarized below. The purpose of this guidance is to protect those members of our community who are still vulnerable (those who are not vaccinated, children less than 12 years old, and those who are immunocompromised). For those people, wearing a face covering properly protects themselves and others, particularly in indoor settings.
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Ukiah Restaurant Says They Were ‘Blindsided’ When Public Health Published a Press Release Announcing COVID-19 Positive Staff Member

On the evening of Monday, June 14, 2021, Mendocino County Public Health (MCPH) published a press release announcing that a staff member of Ukiah’s Ellie’s Mutt Hutt restaurant had tested positive for COVID-19 and encouraged members of the public who had dined at the restaurant from June 10-11 to “get tested and closely monitor for symptoms of COVID-19.”
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Ukiah, CAUkiah Daily Journal

Covid-19: About half of Ukiah residents fully vaccinated, city officials report

Just about half of Ukiah residents have been fully vaccinated, the city’s Office of Emergency Management Coordinator Tami Bartolomei told the Ukiah City Council at its last meeting Wednesday. “Approximately 60 percent of the population has received a first dose, and 52 percent are fully vaccinated,” said Bartolomei, quoting statistics...
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Cannabis: An interview with Dennis Slota

With a B.S. in Biology and Geology and an M.S. in Hydrology, Dennis Slota, a former and now-retired hydrologist from the Mendocino County Water Agency, has been highly involved from the get-go with the county’s cannabis ordinance, the original iteration, the one presently in existence. “The big difference between then...
Fort Bragg, CAFort Bragg Advocate-News

Mendocino Coast calendar of events

If you have questions regarding COVID-19, call the County Public Health Office at 707-472-2759. To contact the City of Fort Bragg, call 707-961-2823. All Fort Bragg citizens may contact the Fort Bragg Police Department at 707-964-0200 and staff will direct you to the appropriate agency. Government Meetings. Fort Bragg online:...
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Local Notes

Please submit Local Notes items to events@advocate-news.com. If you have questions regarding COVID-19, call the County Public Health Office at 707-472-2759. To contact the City of Fort Bragg, call 707-961-2823. All Fort Bragg citizens may contact the Fort Bragg Police Department at 707-964-0200 and staff will direct you to the appropriate agency.
Mendocino County, CAkymkemp.com

Mendocino County Continues to Keep Some Departments Closed to ‘Protect… the Health of Their Employees’

As of…June 15, 2021, the Mendocino County Elected Officials and Department Heads are authorized to continue to close their departments to the public, as the most appropriate means of protecting the health of their employees while still providing essential public services. Cal/OSHA regulates the safety requirements for the Mendocino County workplace and has not lifted the current requirement for masking and social distancing regardless of vaccination status or the state reopening. Further guidance by Cal/OSHA is anticipated after June 17, 2021.
Willits, CAWillits News

WHS and Sanhedrin celebrate the class of 2021 with COVID graduation

After a year of wildfires, snowstorms, a pandemic, power outages, and online school Willits High School students finally got to celebrate. Families gathered at the Maize Field at Willits High School to celebrate the graduation of WHS and Sanhedrin students. This graduation ceremony felt almost like a regular graduation except...
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Mendocino County Issues Updated Masking Orders

The risk for COVID-19 exposures and infections will remain in California beyond June 15th, and the continued use of face coverings helps prevent COVID-19 transmission. California’s updated Face Coverings Guidance is summarized below. The purpose of this guidance is to protect those members of our community who are still vulnerable (those who are not vaccinated, children less than 12 years old, and those who are immunocompromised). For those people, wearing a face covering properly protects themselves and others, particularly in indoor settings.
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Multiple County of Mendocino Offices Still Closed Due to Cal/OSHA Pandemic Protocols

As of today, June 15, 2021, the Mendocino County Elected Officials and Department Heads are authorized to continue to close their departments to the public, as the most appropriate means of protecting the health of their employees while still providing essential public services. Cal/OSHA regulates the safety requirements for the Mendocino County workplace and has not lifted the current requirement for masking and social distancing regardless of vaccination status or the state reopening. Further guidance by Cal/OSHA is anticipated after June 17, 2021.
Mendocino County, CAWillits News

The Miller Report: COVID-19 surge is among the unvaccinated

(To help keep the Mendocino Coast Community informed of Coronavirus updates, Dr. William Miller, Mendocino Coast District Hospital Chief of Staff; offers The Miller Report: A hyperlocal, weekly column on the progress of COVID-19 within our community.) Over the past two weeks, we have seen an uptick in cases of...
Fort Bragg, CAFort Bragg Advocate-News

Mendocino Coast calendar of events

If you have questions regarding COVID-19, call the County Public Health Office at 707-472-2759. To contact the City of Fort Bragg, call 707-961-2823. All Fort Bragg citizens may contact the Fort Bragg Police Department at 707-964-0200 and staff will direct you to the appropriate agency. Government Meetings. Fort Bragg online:...