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Published on November 09, 2016. Last modified on April 17, 2020
Updated service reductions and program changes due to COVID-19 from Monterey County Animal Services and Salinas Animal Services.
Effective April 1st and until further notice, all animals found within the City limits of Salinas and Marina will be temporarily housed at Monterey County Animal Services located at 160 Hitchcock Road in Salinas, which is next door to the current Salinas Animal Shelter.
Actualización de reducción de servicios y cambios al programa de Animales del Condado de Monterey Servicios de Animales de Salinas debido a COVID-19.
A partir del 1 de abril y hasta nuevo aviso, todos los animales que se encuentren dentro de los límites de la cuidad de Salinas y Marina se mantendrán temporalmente en el lugar de Servicios de Animales del Condado de Monterey ubicado en 160 Hitchcock Road en Salinas, está al lado del Refugio de Anim
Monterey County Health Officer Dr. Edward Moreno is reissuing his Shelter in Place Order that went into effect on Wednesday, March 18th, with added restrictions.
04/03/2020 6:23 PM
La Oficina de Salud del Condado de Monterey Renovó la orden de refugio con restricciones adicionales
Salinas Valley Recycles a& the Monterey Regional Waste Management District’s disposal & recycling facilities remain open during the County’s Shelter in Place order. Consider whether your trips to the facilities are “essential.” If trips are essential, please maintain social social distancing.
Natividad now has a bilingual hotline to answer questions from the Monterey County community about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The number for the Natividad Coronavirus Hotline is (831) 772-7365. Natividad nurses are available to speak with you in English or Spanish from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm, se
03/23/2020 9:42 AM
By Order of the Monterey County Health Officer All Public and Private Golf Courses Must Close Due to COVID-19 Pandemic Emergency
The State of California issued its list of essential sectors & related essential workforce pursuant to the Governor’s “Stay at Home” order. Unfortunately, golf courses and employees that staff golf courses are not on the list. I am therefore ordering all public and private golf courses.
On March 21, the first death of a Monterey County resident due to complications from COVID-19 was reported to the Monterey County Health Department. The adult individual was hospitalized and had an underlying health condition that predisposed the individual to having more severe disease.
03/21/2020 3:30 PM
In light of the Governor’s announcement of a state-wide Stay Home Order, Monterey County Health Officer Dr. Edward Moreno is reissuing his Shelter in Place Order that went into effect on Wednesday, March 18th. The only change being made to the order is to remove the end date of April 7th.
03/20/2020 4:00 PM
The Monterey County Health Department has confirmed three newly confirmed cases of novel coronavirus disease, also known as COVID-19 among Monterey County residents. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to five.
The Monterey County Health Department announced today that two Monterey County residents tested positive for novel coronavirus disease, also known as COVID-19. These are the first laboratory-confirmed cases among residents of Monterey County.
03/17/2020 12:56 PM
las clinicas del Departamento de Salud del Condado de Monterey piden a todos nuestros pacientes que hagan lo siguiente para ayudar a protegerse a usted y a todos nuestros pacientes.
Si usted no se siente bien, favor de primero llamar a su clinica para nosotros poderle ayudar a decider que es lo que debe hacer.Basado a las guias del Centro de Control de Enfermedad los pacientes no deven venir a la clinica sin primero llamar.
Reported illnesses have ranged from mild symptoms to severe illness and death for confirmed coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases. If you have concerns and feel sick, contact your healthcare provider. Do not go to the ER unless you have severe symptoms.
Monterey County Community Health Center Board will meet Tuesday, March 10th from 3:30 to 5 pm at Seaside Family Health Center, 1156 Fremont Blvd, Seaside
News about COVID-19, also called Novel Coronavirus, continues to dominate headlines and many may wonder how this affects us in Monterey County.