Last content update: 11/9/23
Face Masks are required in Patient Care Areas of Healthcare Delivery Facilities during the Winter Respiratory Virus Period, from November 1 through March 31. For more information, see the full Health Order text or visit the Public Health Orders Frequently Asked Questions webpage.
Welcome Long-Term Care Facility (LTCF) partners. The resources listed here are for LTCF Administrators, Directors of Nursing (DONs), Infection Prevention (IP) Nurses/IP team members, Directors of Staff Development (DSD), and other LTCF team members that play a role in the prevention and control of COVID-19 infections in LTCFs.
Reporting is an essential part of public health response to diseases. Not only is disease reporting required by law, it also helps shape our response as the information is used to detect outbreaks, identify exposures in high-risk settings, and inform the allocation of local resources.
In addition to the guidance on this webpage, Long-Term Care Facilities should refer to the Infectious Disease and Other Reportable Conditions webpage to ensure they are in compliance with all reporting requirements. If you have questions regarding reporting or need to report a disease urgently, please call (408) 885-4214.
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- COVID-19 Vaccine Information for Providers
- Provider Information Notices (PINs) for CCLD-licensed Providers
- All Facilities Letters (AFLs)
- Shared Portal for Outbreak Tracking (SPOT)
- Public Health Orders
- Health Alerts, Advisories, and Updates