Beginning June 1, 2022, Tulare County Public Health will report COVID-19 updates in the COVID-19 Data Hub. Click "Read More" to access. Tulare County Public Health will is no longer distributing Tulare County COVID Situation Reports. The COVID-19 data hub will continue to provide the latest data on COVID-19 in Tulare County. Delays may occur due to holidays.
Younger children are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccines and boosters. American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends COVID-19 vaccination for children age 6 months and older as well as boosters per current CDC guidance. Ask you doctor or click HERE to learn more.
If you have started to get sick with COVID-19 within the last 7 days, there is a medicine available that can help prevent severe illness, hospitalization, and death from COVID-19. Ask your doctor or click HERE to learn more.
These updates reflect an alignment with recent California Department of Public Health (CDPH) community guidance for isolation and quarantine from April 6, 2022. This is based off the most recent data and the importance of timely booster vaccines. Read the full Public Health Advisory HERE.
Universal masking remains required for all persons only in specified settings and strongly recommended other indoor public settings (e.g. businesses, restaurants, offices, etc.) for all persons particularly when community transmission of COVID-19 is high. Read the full Public Health Advisory HERE.