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State Blueprint / COVID-19 information



Visit the Solano County Public Health COVID-19 website for resources and information, including a link to the State's Blueprint for a Safer Economy, to find the status of activities in Solano County.


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Solano360



Solano360, a 149 acre, 1.7 million square-foot mixed-use site approved specific plan located in the City of Vallejo, Solano County, California.


COVID-19 Information and Resources for Older Adults and for Conducting Well-Checks



Click the image or here to access resources for older adults and those living with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. There are also resources available for those looking to conduct well-checks on elderly neighbors, including a guide on how to help older adults, a script for conducting well-checks and a resource flyer.



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Second round of COVID-19 related CARES Act Rental Assistance Program funding available; modified income criteria to include more eligible households
SOLANO COUNTY – Starting today, Solano County residents who have lost their jobs or had their wages reduced due to COVID-19 and need rental assistance, are urged to apply for a second round of County funded Rental Assistance Program; designed to support individuals and families in low-income communities impacted by the ongoing pandemic health emergency.
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Public Health officials urge residents to take preventative action to reduce spread of COVID-19 disease, stay in the Red Tier (Tier 2)
SOLANO COUNTY – The Solano County Department of Health and Social Services, Public Health division, has received notification from the California Department of Public Health that Solano County is at risk of moving back to the Purple Tier (Tier 1) – the state's most restrictive tier – as early as November 10 due to a recent spike in case rate across the County. While Public Health officials have submitted an appeal to the state to keep Solano County in the Red Tier, if Solano County returns to the Purple Tier, some indoor business operations and activities must close or reduce capacity.
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Solano Public Health confirms first case of flu and COVID-19 co-infection; urges everyone to get a flu vaccine
SOLANO COUNTY – The Solano County Department of Health and Social Services, Public Health division, has confirmed that a Solano County resident under the age of 65 has tested positive for the first case of flu and COVID-19 co-infection.
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Tuesday, October 27 is last day ROV can mail out ballots to voters; reminds residents of same-day voter registration option for participating in General Election
SOLANO COUNTY – The Solano County Registrar of Voters (ROV) is reminding residents that Tuesday, October 27 is the last day the ROV can mail ballots to voters for the November 3, 2020 General Election. Voters who have not yet received a ballot for this election should contact the ROV by or before Tuesday.
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State moves Solano County into red tier (Tier 2) on COVID-19 framework; allows businesses to reopen some additional indoor activities with modifications
SOLANO COUNTY – The California Department of Public Health announced today that Solano County has been moved into the red tier (Tier 2) on the state's COVID-19 response framework, allowing for more local businesses and activities to resume some additional indoor activities, with modifications.
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