Stockton Healthy Pledge:
San Joaquin County Guidance:
State of California Guidance:
All businesses allowed to operate in San Joaquin County pursuant to a State Health Order or Local Health Order shall, to the fullest extent possible, implement the industry specific guidance developed by the State.
On May 26th Governor Newsom announced that counties approved for accelerated reopening can begin to reopen hair salons and barbershops. Statewide, retailers and places of worship can reopen with modifications. Read the new guidance, find industry-specific checklists and learn more about California’s resilience roadmap.
Reopening Information & Resources:
Read the full order here:
All businesses allowed to operate in San Joaquin County pursuant to a State Health Order or Local Health Order including, but not limited to, real estate, landscaping, and retail outlets shall, to the fullest extent possible, implement the industry specific guidance developed by the State and available at: https://covid19.ca.gov/roadmap/
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
Text COVID19 to 211211 (and respond with your zip code) to receive information about COVID-19 in our community.
Coronavirus Rumor Control
Due to the large amount of speculation regarding COVID-19, this is a reminder to rely on OFFICIAL sources for accurate information. Help control the spread of rumors by sharing this page: fema.gov/coronavirus-rumor-control
Testing and contact tracing are going to be the key to reopening business and establishing a new normal.
To schedule a drive-up appointment at San Joaquin General Hospital, please access www.projectbaseline.com/study/covid-19/eligibility/
ONLINE APPOINTMENT REQUIRED
Eligible persons must be 18 years or older, live in San Joaquin County, and must be willing to electronically sign the COVID-19 Public Health Authorization Form and Lab Consent. This program is intended to expand access to COVID-19 risk screening and testing. It is not intended for people experiencing severe symptoms such as severe cough, severe shortness of breath, severe fever, or other concerning symptoms who may need more immediate medical care.
To schedule a walk-up appointment at the Lodi Library, visit https://lhi.care/covidtesting.
Eligibility: If you are a parent/guardian registering on behalf of a minor please call 888-634-1123 to register for a test. If you are 13 years of age or older and are registering on your own behalf, please proceed with the following questions and online registration process.
Please note that phone registration will only be used for people without internet access or registering minors.
The City of Tracy, Tracy Unified School District and Planned Parenthood Mar Monte are providing free COVID-19 testing in the McKinley Elementary School parking lot. Days and Hours vary, please visit https://www.plannedparenthood.org/planned-parenthood-mar-monte/campaigns/covid-testing to find the most current schedule.
Testing is available to all community members, symptomatic or asymptomatic. No appointment is required.
There will be some paperwork required when you arrive:
To get the most up to date numbers on COVID-19 Cases in San Joaquin County please visit www.sjcphs.org/
Business Loan Assistant: Fill out a questionnaire that will help identify which disaster relief program your small business qualifies for during these difficult times.
– Paycheck Protection Program
– Helpful Tips and Info on the PPP
– Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness Instructions and Application
– Guide to PPP Loan Forgiveness (U.S. Chamber of Commerce)
– Updated Paycheck Protection Program FAQ’s from the Dept. of the Treasury (April 24, 2020)
If you are a State Fund policyholder operating an essential business during the COVID-19 crisis, you may be eligible for a grant to help with safety-related expenses. Grants are available to reimburse you for items such as: