Coronavirus (COVID-19) Frequently Asked Questions
Thank you for this question. We do understand that a third dose of Moderna and Pfizer has been added for persons with specific immunocompromising conditions; however at this time for safety reasons TCPHB Mobile vaccination units are not administering third doses. We are reviewing the data and all relevant FDA and ACIP data and will let our residents know when these vaccines become available through our TCPHB sponsored mobile vaccination units. In the interim we ask that persons eligible for... Read more
Yes, The SNAP Nurse Team will be conducting testing every week Tues - Saturday until the end of September. We are looking to extend that contract. Please refer to our website schedule: https://www.trinitycounty.org/COVID-19-Testing-Calendar/month
Currently the only extra dose of COVID-19 vaccine, whether called a third dose or booster, under the EUA is Pfizer and Moderna for persons with specific immunocompromising conditions. To administer an extra dose to any person not eligible under this criteria constitutes "Off-Label" use and is prohibited. We are referring all persons that believe they qualify for this current third dose criteria seek vaccination through their medical provider, medical clinic, or pharmacy. The U.S. Department... Read more
Exemptions to masking include "Persons who are working alone in a closed office or room".
There have been 8 deaths in Trinity County due to COVID-19. The Press Release on 8/18/21 was not regarding any death but a health advisory on evacuation and COVID-19.
Thank you for this question. Just to Clarify, the Order comes from the County Health Officer who by law is able to implement orders to protect the public. Violations to Health Officer Orders are dealt with by law enforcement and state enforcement agencies such as Cal/OSHA, Alcohol Beverage Control, as well as code and other regulatory oversight
Notifications of violations can come through any of the following:
- Cal/OSHA District Office Region 2 Redding. Phone: (530) 224-... Read more
The Order includes workplaces, this includes all employees in businesses, government and private agencies, etc.
We recommend waiting until acute infection has passed and the isolation window is over as per CDC guidelines:
"Vaccination of people with known current SARS-CoV-2 infection should be deferred until the person has recovered from the acute illness (if the person had symptoms) and they have met criteria to discontinue isolation. This recommendation applies to people who experience SARS-CoV-2 infection before receiving any vaccine dose and those who experience... Read more
Our vaccine dashboard is updated every Thursday. We will not update on 8/5/2021 as we have staff that do this out this week. We will resume updating every Thursday beginning 8/12/2021.
Thank you for this question. The Calcat site found here https://calcat.covid19.ca.gov/cacovidmodels/ is where you can find the R-effective, which is a metric of the rate of transmission. On the "State & County" Click in the county drop down box and choose Trinity. Our R-effective rate at this time is 1.68, which means the spread of COVID-19 is likely rapidly increasing. We will be adding a link to this site on our Case Dashboard... Read more