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COVID-19 COUNTY REPORTS | Inyo: 311 (+3) Positive | 16 Deaths | Mono: 314 (+7) Positive | 3 Deaths

  Covid-19 counties reports began in mid-March of 2020. Under the state’s color-coded, 4-tier system being used in California’s Blueprint to Recovery.   Inyo County in currently in the Tier-2 “Substantial” (Red) category. Fifty-one is of fifty-eight counties are in Tier-1 (Purple) “Widespread,” including Mono County. Tier -1 is the state’s most restrictive tier. The setbacks […]

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Testing schedule this week from the Mono County Health Department:

REVISED: Public Health testing on Thursday in Walker has been changed to Mammoth Lakes. Schedule below has been revised to reflect the change. Get Tested! Let’s get and stay on top of this virus. Testing also available for contact tracing referrals and symptomatic clients referred from the 211 Nurse Line. – max 60 tests/day. COVID-19 […]

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Mono County to Submit Tier Adjudication Request to State

Mono County Public Health Officials are submitting a request to enter into a tier adjudication process with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). Mono County is seeking consideration for adjudication based on “qualitative and contextual elements” arising from positive COVID-19 (Coronavirus) cases directly associated with the U.S. Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center (MCMWTC) […]

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Mono County Residents: Let police, fire, and paramedics know you might need add’l help in community crisis

October 20, 2020 – The Access and Functional Needs (AFN) Registry allows Mono County residents the ability to provide important information that emergency responders and agencies may use to better serve them in a disaster or other emergency situations. It is a way for County residents to let law enforcement, paramedics, or firefighters know that […]

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COVID-19 COUNTY REPORTS | Inyo: 218 (+6) Positive | 15 Deaths | Mono: 175 Positive | 2 Deaths

Under the new color-coded, 4-tier system being used in California on Reopening, Inyo County is now, along with Mono County, in the ‘Orange,” a.k.a. “Moderate” and less-restrictive category, which allows it to reopen several business sectors.   Note: Mono County posts DAILY and IN REAL TIME (current) throughout the day on their website Mono County […]

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Tiger Bar in June Lake Shut down

Tiger Bar in June Lake Shut Down by Mono County Public Health

The Tiger Bar in June Lake Ordered to Close by Mono County Public Health Officer. Are the public health authorities finally getting serious in the efforts to enforce compliance with the Governor’s Executive Orders and public health orders in the state? That it is the Mono County Public Health Officer, Dr. Tom Boo, that took […]

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Covid-19 Testing in Mono County | Public Health Pop-Up Testing Clinics

Covid-19 Testing in Mono County  |  Public Health Pop-Up Testing Clinics The Public Health Department is offering a free Pop-Up Clinic for Covid-19 testing, complimentary cloth masks and hand sanitizer (while supplies last), and informational flyers. If you are sick or unable to attend the Pop-Up Clinic, call the 211 Nurse Line for assistance. Upcoming […]

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Mono County Public Health Department Orders Mandatory Face Masks in Public

While this action on Friday, May 1st, by the Public Health Department in Mono County has been widely anticipated, it will be interesting to see if this public health order, that “face coverings are required to be worn by all individuals while in public spaces in Mono County,” will be respected by all, much less […]

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NO…do not drink bleach to disinfect your body from the Coronavirus!

(Article revised 4/30/2020) You would think that no one would seriously contemplate drinking chlorine bleach, but after a U.S. President’s remarks at a COVID-19 press conference at the White House, some did*  hundreds reportedly called states’ COVID-19 Helplines asking about it. No, it does not cure the coronavirus, or cure autism or cancer. It is […]

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Mammoth Lake Hospital Press Release

Mammoth Hospital has identified a patient who is presumptively positive for COVID-19

Mammoth Hospital Press Release – March 21, 2020, 8:00 am Presumptive Positive Case of COVID-19  Mammoth Hospital has identified a patient who is presumptively positive for COVID-19. Presumptive positive means the patient is likely positive, but we are waiting for California state laboratory confirmation. The initial test with a positive result was performed by LabCorp. […]

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