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Archived COVID Press Releases

5.28.20 Working Together to Slow the Spread of COVID-19
5.28.20 ORDER OF THE HEALTH OFFICER C20-06, A1: Guidance on Face Covering Requirement
5.27.20 9 New Cases Identified in Lake County, Free Testing Available
5.26.20 Hair Salons and Barbershops Can Reopen in Lake County with Modifications
5.25.20 COVID-19 Update: Two New Cases, None Hospitalized; Reopening Continues
5.20.20 ORDER OF THE HEALTH OFFICER C20-6: Requiring Members of the Public to Wear Face Coverings When Entering Local Businesses and Facilities
5.20.20 Lake County Moving Forward with Opening of Businesses
5.18.20 Accelerating our Reopening; Statewide Stay at Home Order Still in Effect
5.17.20 Two New Lake County COVID-19 Cases Confirmed, Investigations Ongoing
5.14.20 COVID-19 TESTING: Verily’s Project Baseline Now Available in Lake County
5.14.20 Moving Forward with Recovery Efforts in Lake County
5.8.20 New Orders Signal Reopening, Require Continued Caution 
5.8.20 ORDER OF THE HEALTH OFFICER No. C20-05: Aligning Local Order with Governor's Stay at Home Order Issued on March 19, 2020
5.8.20 DATE CHANGE: Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing in Clearlake the Week of Tuesday, May 12
5.7.20 Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing Coming to Clearlake May 12, May 14
5.6.20 Clear Lake Expected to Reopen to Local Residents Only Saturday
5.1.20 Shelter-in-Place Order Extended through May 17th, 2020
5.1.20 ORDER OF THE HEALTH OFFICER No. C20-04: Extending and Modifying the Shelter at Home Order
5.1.20 ORDER OF THE HEALTH OFFICER No. C20-04: Appendices
4.30.20 Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing Coming to Lake County Tuesday, May 5th, 2020
4.30.20 Seventh Case of COVID-19 Identified in Lake County
4.24.20 ORDER OF THE HEALTH OFFICER No. C20-3; A5: Shelter-In-Place Order Update
4.24.20 Clarifications of “Shelter-in-Place” Order Addenda
4.23.20 ORDER OF THE HEALTH OFFICER No. C20-3; A4: Shelter-In-Place Order Update
4.23.20 COVID-19 Update: Beginning to Loosen Restrictions
4.17.20 COVID-19 Detected in Raw Sewage in Lake County
4.17.20 Lake County-Focused Coronavirus Information
4.15.20 Supporting Lake County People and Businesses, As We Shelter-In-Place
4.13.20 Coronavirus Update: Masking Strongly Encouraged When in Public, Industries Stepping Up for Safety
4.8.20 Third Coronavirus Case in Lake County
4.6.20 ORDER OF THE HEALTH OFFICER No. C20-3, A3: In Person Activities and Gatherings to Stop or be Cancelled 
4.6.20 ORDER OF THE HEALTH OFFICER No. C20-1; A2: School Operations Modification Order
4.6.20 Shelter-in-Place Modified and Extended to 5/3, Lake County Schools to Deliver Distance-Based Instruction through End of School Year
4.5.20 First Case of COVID-19 Identified in Lake County
3.30.20 Lake County Schools Expected to Remain Closed Through 5/1
3.30.20 ORDER OF THE HEALTH OFFICER, No. C20-1; A1: School Operations Modification Order
3.27.20 Virtual COVID-19 Town Hall 3-31-20 at 6pm 
3.26.20 A Lake County-Focused Coronavirus Update
3.23.20 COVID-19 Mitigation Support Flow Chart for Lodging Businesses
3.23.20 ORDER OF THE HEALTH OFFICER, No. C20-3; A2: In-Person Activities and Gatherings to Stop or be Cancelled
3.22.20 ORDER OF THE HEALTH OFFICER, No. C20-3; A1: In-Person Activities and Gathering to Stop or be Cancelled
3.18.20 ORDER OF THE HEALTH OFFICER, No. C20-3: Shelter in Place
3.18.20 Taking Further Steps to Protect the Community from Coronavirus
3.16.20 Taking Steps to Minimize the Spread of Coronavirus in Lake County
3.16.20 ORDER OF THE HEALTH OFFICER, No. C20-2: Moratorium on Gatherings
3.16.20 ORDER OF THE HEALTH OFFICER, No. C20-1: School Operations Modification Order
3.12.20 Can You Get Tested for Coronavirus If You Are Sick?
3.12.20 What is the Proper Level of Concern and Preparation for Coronavirus?
3.10.20 Local Health Emergency Declared for Lake County in Response to Coronavirus
3.9.20 DECLARATION OF LOCAL HEALTH EMERGENCY-Coronavirus
3.9.20 State Health & Emergency Officials Encourage Individuals at High Risk of Severe Illness due to COVID-19 to Take Precautions
2.28.20 A Local Focus on the Evolving Situation with Coronavirus
2.4.20 Coronavirus Low Risk in Lake County