Tuolumne County had two new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, with the infected people identified as a boy younger than 18 and a man in his 50s.
The county also had 23 active cases on Thursday, a high in recent weeks. There was still no new information about an investigation involving a person who recently died while hospitalized for the virus.
One person in the county was hospitalized for the virus as of Thursday, while another person was released after being previously hospitalized.
See information below for testing and vaccination opportunities:
When you should get tested: Five days after travel or close contact with others outside of your household; as soon as possible if experiencing symptoms; and/or every 14 to 28 days if regularly working with the public.
Testing is available from:
• Local health care providers;
• Adventist Health Sonora, call first: (209) 536-5166;
• OptumServ state testing sites: Mother Lode Fairgrounds, 220 Southgate Drive, Sonora — 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday through Thursday; beginning Sunday, April 25, the Mother Lode Fairgrounds testing site will open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays, Tuesday, and Thursdays; Groveland Youth Center, 18950 Highway 120 — 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursdays.
Appointments to state testing sites are recommended and can be scheduled at www.lhi.care/covidtesting or by calling (888) 634-1123.
• The Tuolumne County Public Health Department: To find out if you’re eligible and register for available vaccination clinics, visit: https://myturn.ca.gov.
• Adventist Health Sonora: Find out more information by going to www.adventisthealthsonora.org/covidvaccine or call (209) 536-5165.
• The Safeway pharmacy: Register at mhealthsystem.com/3127tuolumne.
• Twain Harte Pharmacy: Call (209) 586-3225 for information and appointments.
• The Calaveras County Public Health Division has a clinic at Frogtown, 2465 Gun Club Road, outside Angels Camp. Register for appointments at https://bit.ly/3dZqvDh or call (209) 419-7314.