Staying up-to-date with vaccines can help protect both children and adults from illness, whether it’s for routine vaccinations, preparing for school, or receiving a booster shot.
Health officials report that the flu and RSV activity levels are expected to be high and prolonged this winter.
California’s pandemic response saved tens of thousands of lives, protected the economy, distributed nation-leading financial assistance, and built up an unprecedented public health infrastructure
TCSOS is proud to join Tuolumne County Public Health and its community partners this October for Red Ribbon Week.
Effective September 17, 2022, unvaccinated school employees will no longer have to undergo weekly COVID-19 testing as previously mandated by the public health order.
Health recommendations for schools, coaches, and event coordinators regarding student exposure to fine particle air pollution.
During extreme weather or wildfire conditions, the local energy company may proactively turn off power for public safety.
Tuolumne County Public Health Office issues new quarantine guidance