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View the Solano County COVID Dashboard

preview of Solano County current COVID data

Doing Our Part

All community members play a vital role in reopening local businesses and schools by always practicing safe social distancing in public and social gatherings. When countywide data for case rate and positivity rate decline below Tier thresholds, schools will be able to reopen.


 

State Tier Map- mouse over county for current data

COVID-19 Solano County School Updates

Providing information, updates and guidance regarding COVID-19 in Solano County and Solano County schools. 

California COVID-19 RESOURCES for Education

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SOlano COunty's COVID-19 Vaccine Plan

Solano Public Health vaccine page preview

Get current information about where COVID-19 vaccination clinics are being offered on the Solano County COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution webpage.


 

CA digital COVID-19 vaccine record

Proof of Vaccination

Californians can get a digital copy of their vaccination record to keep or share with employers, etc. Residents can use either an electronic version from the state's digital COVID-19 vaccine record portal or the card they were given at time of vaccination.

Face Coverings required at school

One new requirement in the CDPH guidance is that students in all grade levels K-12 are required to wear face coverings at all times while at school, unless otherwise exempted by CDPH. This includes recess and P.E. as well. CDPH Guidance for the Use of Face Coverings. Enforcement policies for masks are determined by the governing bodies of each school or district.


 

Guidance issued last school year

Reopening In-person Instruction Framework for Schools

The California Department of Public Health issued guidance, COVID-19 and Reopening In-Person Instruction Framework & Public Health Guidance for K-12 Schools in California, 2020-2021 School Year, released on 1/14/2021. This document supersedes and consolidates previous school guidance. 

California's Safe Schools for All Plan

UPDATE January 30, 2021: Legislation for in-person instruction funding grants has not yet been passed.


Governor Newsom unveiled California’s Safe Schools for All Plan on Dec 30, 2020.

The Governor has outlined framework to continue and expand safe in-person instruction in early spring, including a $2 billion early action proposal to support school safety measures.

The Governor’s plan is built on four pillars: Funding to Support Safe Reopening; Safety & Mitigation Measures for Classrooms; Hands-on Oversight & Assistance for Schools; and Transparency & Accountability for Families & School Staff.

Parents can read more details about the Safe Schools for All Plan.