The County of Santa Clara Public Health Department continues to work closely with healthcare providers, hospitals, and its partners to address novel coronavirus. The department is taking action to protect the public and keep the community informed.
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Provider Alerts are a way for the Public Health Department to quickly communicate urgent Health Advisories, Updates and Guidance around various topics including COVID. See Health Alerts Archive here.
Find out how to become a vaccine provider, links to enroll in state and federal systems and vaccine storage/handling/administration more.
Frequently used forms for reporting COVID cases, deaths and MISC-C as well as protocols on isolation/quarantine and guidance on suspected cases, patients leaving against medical advice, congregate care settings, mortuary/funeral homes and more.
- COVID Provider Case Report Form
Case report form submission is required only for COVID-19 cases who are (1) hospitalized, (2) deceased, or (3) in a congregate living setting (e.g., jail, shelter, or LTCF) during their illness or incubation period. Case report form submission is no longer required for post-vaccination cases unless case meets one or more of the criteria above.
- Letter from the Health Officer to healthcare workers and staff who work in congregate settings
Read about ways to stay safer at work and at home.
Information specific to Long-Term Care Facilities (LTCFs), including testing and reporting guidelines, facilities letters, and more.
Questions and answers to common questions about employee exposure, testing, re-infection, immunity, treatment, variants and more.
Provides information and downloadable materials about testing, isolation, quarantine, homeless referrals, mental health resources and more