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COVID-19 Vaccination: An Updated Resource for Lake County Residents

Lake County, CA (March 1, 2021) — We continue to receive shipments of vaccine, and our clinics are accepting people at a higher capacity; about 2,000 doses are expected to be available this week. It is our goal to minimize confusion, and remove obstacles surrounding...

Stars of the Lake County will be held on Saturday, April 24th

Stars of the Lake County will be held on Saturday, April 24, 2021.  Nominations are being accepted for the 23rd Annual Stars of Lake County Community Awards.  Due to the pandemic, we are moving forward to plan a virtual event, with details to follow. Click to read the...

Free Webinar :What veterans need to know about access to capital

Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at 2:00pm (PT) Register today for this free webinar » Small businesses across California are losing customers or being forced to temporarily close their doors to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We know that many small business owners,...

COVID-19 Update: Moderna Vaccine Shipping Delays Continue, due to Severe Weather

For Vaccination Information, Visit http://health.co.lake.ca.us/Coronavirus/Vaccines.htm   Lake County, CA (February 19, 2021) — There continue to be positive signs new COVID-19 infections are diminishing in Lake County. Our Testing Positivity Rate is 6.9%. In the...

“Serving Lake County during the COVID-19 pandemic has been one of the most rewarding experiences and greatest challenges of my career”

Lake County, CA (February 19, 2021) — This week, I made the very difficult decision to begin the process of resigning as Lake County’s Public Health Officer. My official last day in the role will likely be in mid-April, and I expect to provide support over a longer...

There is no justification for unequal distribution of relief funds to small Counties

Assemblymember Megan Dahle, Bieber, CA represents California’s 1st Assembly District, Assemblymember.dahle@assembly.ca.gov. The California State Auditor last month published a report investigating the state’s disbursement of the $9.5 billion provided in the federal...

With Virus Numbers Improving, California Could Reopen More

With Virus Numbers Improving, California Could Reopen More California is moving toward easing restrictions on businesses now that the nation’s most populous state has emerged from the deadliest surge of the pandemic and is seeing rapid declines in new coronavirus...

The hospitality industry received more than $18 billion in second-round PPP loans — more than any other industry

The accommodations and foodservice industry — including restaurants, bars and hotels — received more than 134,166 loans totaling over $18 billion in the latest round of Paycheck Protection Program loans, the Small Business Administration revealed in data released on...

Coronavirus Updates: California Deaths Finally Decline, Weeks After Surge’s Peak

The numbers are trending in the right direction in California’s battle with the coronavirus. State health officials on Tuesday reported 8,251 new COVID-19, the smallest daily total since early November. The two-week test positivity rate fell under 6% for the first...

PPP Round 2: What you need to know

PPP Round 2: What you need to know Wednesday, February 10, 2021 10:00 AM (PT) / 1:00 PM (ET) Register today for this free webinar » ​​​​​After months of waiting for much-needed relief, small businesses finally have access to new funds in the Paycheck Protection...

 

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