The global outbreak of COVID-19, or coronavirus, continues to evolve and disrupt many aspects of our daily lives. This is a difficult and uncertain time for all of us so we wanted to share some resources that you may find helpful. We will continue to work with our community partners and add items here as they become available.
HEALTH & SAFETY RESOURCES:
If you are experiencing fever, cough, or shortness of breath – for more information on when to seek care for respiratory symptoms, please call the Tahoe Forest Health System COVID-19 Hotline at (530) 582-3450, from 9 am – 4 pm every day.
Free COVID-19 testing is now available in Truckee. It is not necessary to have symptoms; however, pre-registration is required.
North Lake Tahoe continues to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak with guidance from local and state officials, along with tourism industry partners to ensure the most accurate and timely information is provided to visitors on this topic.
The safety of our visitors and local community are of the utmost importance to North Lake Tahoe. At this time, we ask that all visitors keep loving us from a distance for now, postpone travel plans and come back again when travel is safe and viable. When normal returns, North Lake Tahoe will be here to welcome you back.
Placer County Public Health is closely monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus. We are actively working with our partners in healthcare, education and beyond to respond.
Everyone is required to stay home except to get food, care for a relative or friend, get necessary health care, or go to an essential job. If you go out, keep at least 6 feet of distance.
California is issuing daily updates on COVID-19. To see the most recent update, visit the CDPH News Release page.
En Español: Para obtener información en español, visite nuestra página del Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19).
BUSINESS & COMMUNITY RESOURCES:
California is responding to the spread of a respiratory illness caused by a new coronavirus (COVID-19). While investigations to learn more about the virus are ongoing, workers and employers should review their health and safety procedures to help prevent exposure to the virus.