Glenn County Confirms COVID-19 Case in a Healthcare Worker
COVID-19 Vaccine in Glenn County
Glenn County Public Health is working diligently to vaccinate those at risk for complications from COVID-19. Eligibility has expanded to include those who are 75 years and older and those 65 years and older with underlying medical conditions for vaccination in Glenn County.
Preventing diseases that can spread in our communities is the foundation of public health. This week, Glenn County Health & Human Services Agency is joining with the California Department of Public Health in recognizing March 3-9 as “Preteen Vaccine Week,” focusing on protecting kids 11 and 12 against dangerous vaccine-preventable diseases.
California Department of Public Health has issued additional closures for Glenn County and other counties with high rates of COVID-19. The following sectors must close or modify services to outdoor operations due to increased transmission of the COVID-19 in our community. The closures or modifications are effective at 12:01 a.m. July 14, 2020, and are in effect until further notice.
While there are all kinds of water safety issues to be aware of, the State Water Resources Control Board wants the public to know about one that may not be so obvious, freshwater harmful algal blooms or HABs.
The Glenn County Solid Waste Transfer Station (former Landfill) will accept limited amounts of Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 8, 2020.
Immunization Clinic Changes
Glenn County Public Health provides low cost immunization clinics for our community. Our immunization clinic hours will change beginning in August to better accommodate our community’s needs.
Immunization Clinic will be offered at: