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State Cannabis Licensing Authorities Offer License Fee Deferrals Through August 31, 2020
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Statement of the California District Attorneys Association Condemning Racism and Bigotry
The District Attorneys of the California District Attorneys Association strongly condemn racism and bigotry wherever it exists, in any form, in any uniform, by any perpetrator. We recognize that we have the profound duty and responsibility to use our extraordinary power in our respective offices to
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Environmental Health Bureau Accepting Payment Plans
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Food Safety & Hepatitis A
Hepatitis A is a highly contagious liver infection that is spread when a person ingests food or water that has been contaminated by the feces of an infected person. It is usually transmitted when an infected person has not properly washed his/her hands after using the bathroom or before preparing and eating food.
To prevent the spread of Hepatitis A:
- Ensure employees are hand-washing with soap and warm water after using the bathroom, before preparing, serving, or eating food, switching tasks, and after any possible contamination.
- Regularly clean restrooms (staff and public) and common areas of your restaurant using a bleach solution that contains 5000 ppm (1 and 2/3 cups bleach in 1 gallon water) allowing 1 minute of contact time and then rinse with water. Have staff wear disposable gloves & mask while cleaning and wash their hands after removing the gloves. Click to learn how to prevent and control Hepatitis A. Información en Español.
- Do not allow food handlers to work when ill or return to work until they have been symptom-free for two days.
Hepatitis A Disinfection Guidelines:
See this page about Hepatitis A symptoms and resources.
Guidance for Food Facilities: English (PDF).
Community Events & Food
Hosting a community event that involves food? Be sure to check out our special events page for information & permits.