Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Updates and Resources

COVID-19 Info & Resources

Situation Summary

UPDATE (10/08/20):

Health equity metric added by state's blueprint for reopening framework

The state included a new set of guidelines to measure the impact that COVID-19 has on most disadvantaged communities. The metric will only be used to help counties move to a less restrictive tier and allow for further reopenings. The county's census tracts will be divided into quartiles based on the California Healthy Places Index. The county's lowest quartile HPI census tracts must then meet the specified test positivity threshold.

For counties in the red tier, the lowest quartile Healthy Places Index census tract's test positivity must be less than or equal to 8%. Learn more about the health equity measure here.

Solano County moves to tier 2 (red tier) of COVID-19 framework

Solano County has moved up to tier 2 (red tier) of the state's COVID-19 framework, which indicates a 'substantial' level of infection in the community.

Several metrics such as case rate, testing positivity rate, and other health equity measures will determine whether or not a County can move to the next tier. 

Tier 2 means our case rate is between 4-7 per 100,000 and a testing positivity rate between 5-8%.

Visit and our local Guidance for Industries for information about which businesses can reopen and guidance.
Important Updates

• 10/15/20 Fight Flu, Get A Flu Shot

• 10/9/20 State Releases Guidance for Gatherings

• 9/30/20 Guidance for Safer Social Interactions

• 10/8/20
Halloween and Dia de los Muertos Guidance (Spanish)

• 9/22/20 Solano County moves to tier 2 (red tier), certain businesses can now reopen

9/1/20 Updated Solano County Health Order 

8/28/20 The State released a four-tier framework for the tightening/loosening of restrictions by county

• 8/28/20 Guidance for Industries (updated to reflect reopening of hair salons, barbershops and shopping centers effective 8/31/2020)

• 8/4/20 Updated Childcare Guidance

• 8/3/20 COVID-19 and Reopening in-Person Learning Elementary Education Waiver Process

Guidance for Isolation and Exposure

Community Testing Sites 

Keep Solano Healthy

We all have a role to play in reducing the spread of COVID-19 in our community. Wear a mask, wash your hands and keep six-foot distance from others outside your own household.

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Coronavirus Warmline
Solano County has a warm line to answer questions
about COVID-19:
M-F 9am-5pm. Call
Questions? Email us at
[email protected]

Additional Resources
Solano Public Health Facebook:
State of California website:
White House website:
Johns Hopkins University: Global Number of Cases