Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)

Glenn County Emergency Operations Center is working closely with State and local partners and other healthcare systems to assess the COVID-19 situation locally and provide guidance as necessary.

This graphic depicts the Glenn County COVID-19 Case Timeline, by date the specimen was collected.  Data is through 10/22/20.


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?

Updated: October 23, 2020 as of 11:30 pm

Glenn County had five new cases since yesterday and three recoveries.  We currently have NO hospitalizations and 11 self-isolating at home for a total of 11 active cases.  Glenn residents have taken a total of 5,769 PCR laboratory tests with 657 cumulative COVID positive cases and 5,112 negative test results.

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 Site info written below flyer  Optum Serve Site info written below flyer

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

Walk-ins welcome or by appointment. Appointments can be made by phone or online:Appointments for the



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 are at increased risk for serious complications from COVID-19. On Sunday, March 15th, California State Governor Gavin Newsom issued a directive calling for home isolation of:

  • All Adults over 65 years old
  • All persons with chronic health conditions, such as: heart disease, diabetes and lung disease. 

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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