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Press release from San Joaquin County Joint Information Center dated October 13, 2020. San Joaquin County encourages residents to follow the guidance.

Families encouraged to plan lower risk online, at-home and car based activities

University of the Pacific's Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Services will host 10 "virtual" Medicare Health Fairs this year.

Some businesses can open indoors with modifications.

The San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors received updates from San Joaquin County Public Health Officer Maggie Park, M.D. and took actions related to the COVID-19 pandemic in San Joaquin County.

Statewide tier system replaces the county monitoring list.

Take the 2020 Census Today--You Count!

A reminder to complete the 2020 Census by October 31, 2020.

Press release from San Joaquin County Public Health Services

Stay At Home, Vote At Home

Voting information from the California Secretary of State and San Joaquin County Registrar of Voters

City and county officials announced a first in the nation partnership with app maker Citizen to introduce Citizen SafePass for smartphones, hoping to strengthen San Joaquin County's fight against COVID-19.