Operators need to have a COVID-19 Exposure Control Plan in place, which includes conducting daily screening of all employee and volunteers.
Combined with sheltering in place, social distancing, and frequent hand hygiene, facial coverings help slow transmission of COVID-19.
Dr. Martin Fenstersheib addresses concerns and restrictions.
Guidelines are meant to lower potential exposure to the virus and protect those who are most vulnerable.
Local health department advises people to practice good hygiene such as washing hands and covering coughs.
Unidentified male had been in Wuhan, China, and surrounding areas visiting family Jan. 18-24. His wife started to exhibit symptoms five days after he returned.
Kindergarten through fifth grade students were given an opportunity to express what health eating and healthy behaviors meant to them through artwork.
Californians urged to get the flu vaccine in September/October.
As community members set out to enjoy the summer fair season, attendees should take precautionary infection control steps when coming into contact with animals.
Parents oppose SB 276, saying it puts medically fragile children at risk.
State and local public health officers urge pregnant women to get immunized.
"Influenza vaccination is a safe and effective way to protect you and your family from the flu," said San Benito County Public Health Officer Dr. Gail Newel. "It’s not too late to get vaccinated."
Parents, teachers, law nforcement and Safe Kids Coalition members join local students to promote safe walking on International Walk to School Day.
Public Health Services urges residents to get the vaccine ahead of the arrival of influenza season.
The California Office of Traffic Safety and San Benito County Public Health Services want to remind parents, caregivers and roadway users to be extra cautious around schools.