Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)

Latest Information from the State of California in regards to COVID-19 Restrictions

Regional Stay At Home Order (SAHO)

The Regional Stay Home Order, announced December 3, 2020, will go into effect within 24 hours in regions with less than 15% ICU availability.

Glenn County is NOT under a Stay at Home Order at this time. If you received an emergency alert on your cell phone, it is because you are near a border with Butte or Colusa counties. Butte and Colusa counties are in the State’s Sacramento Region and that region has met their trigger for the implementation of a Stay at Home Order for COVID. Glenn County is in the Northern California Region and this region has NOT met the trigger based on ICU capacity for the Stay at Home Order. We will notify all residents at the time Glenn County is under a State Stay at Home Order.

Many people in our community have expressed concerns with our county not being placed in an ICU region with Butte and Colusa. The hospital operating structure within the north State will not change as a result of the State's new ICU COVID regions. Hospitals in Butte, Colusa, Yuba-Sutter, and Sacramento counties will continue to be options for our residents. Our COVID related metrics will be the only thing based on the State ICU region.




Glenn County COVID-19 Data Dashboard (below) is updated Monday - Friday before 3 pm


Looking for More Data, Statistics and Maps?

 Explore the COVID-19 Data Dashboards available, click here


Where can I get tested for COVID-19?


Optum Serve Test Site: at Orland Memorial Hall is available for COVID-19 Testing.

Appointments highly recommended. Appointments can be made by phone or online:


Here are links to helpful flyers that will help you understand what to do if you test positive or are a close contact to a positive case:

COVID-19 Exposure:  What Should I Do?

How Do I Quarantine as a Close Contact?

I Tested Positive for COVID-19, What Should I Do?

What can I do?

Need a listening ear? Try the Friendship Line of California 1-888-670-1360

While staying at home is being done to keep safe, it may also lead to feeling lonely and isolated from others.

Older Californians and their caregivers can call

Friendship Line California at (888) 670-1360 to connect with a friendly, listening ear today

Freindship Line

Who is at higher risk?

Adults over the age of 65 and people with underlying medical conditions (heart disease, diabetes, and lung disease) are at increased risk for serious complications from COVID-19.

Learn more about People Who Are at Higher Risk for Severe Illness and How to reduce your risk of getting sick.

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