Earlier today, the Colusa County Board of Supervisors met to discuss modifications to County operations as a result of the recent increase in positive COVID-19 (Coronavirus) cases that led to Colusa County’s placement on the State Monitoring List.
In a press release, Marcos Kropf, County Counsel, stated that County staff are directed to adhere to federal and state guidance, orders, directives, and statutes regarding COVID-19 in performing work for the County.
“This includes the wearing of face coverings for all employees,” the press release said. “It is requested that members of the public wear face coverings when entering County facilities as well.”
Additionally, the County libraries will be modify operations effective July 7, by returning to
curbside pickup, and appointment only for other services.
The County of Colusa encourages everyone to follow Public Health protocols, and exercise good judgment and safety in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As of 4:45 PM, on July 6, the County of Colusa has 60 active COVID-19 cases in isolation, and 164 individuals quarantined, one hospitalized and zero reported deaths. About 23 were reported to be recovered.