NEW

  • Governor Newsom reported in a Press Release from his office yesterday that “…California will be prepared to move into the early phase of Stage 2 of reopening this Friday, May 8th.”
    • The Press Release continues to state that “Stage 2 allows gradual reopening of lower-risk workplaces with adaptations including bookstores, clothing stores, florists and sporting goods stores, with modifications.”
  • According to the Humboldt County website yesterday, the Humboldt County Public Health Office, among other departments, recommends that health care systems resume deferred routine, elective, and preventive health care.

UPDATED

  • TOTAL COVID-19 TESTS CONDUCTED
    • Humboldt County: 2,595 tests conducted (+129 additional since last report)
    • K’ima:w Medical Center: 68 tests conducted (+3 additional since last report)
  • TOTAL COVID-19 TESTS PENDING
    • K’ima:w Medical Center: 1 pending (+0 additional since last report)

IMPORTANT

  • TOTAL ACTIVE CASES
    • Humboldt County: 2 active cases (+0 additional since last report)
    • K’ima:w Medical Center: 1 active case (+0 additional since last report)
  • Stay-at-Home order is active in Hoopa, CA due to COVID-19 Pandemic
    • Curfew is currently in effect from 10 PM to 4 AM every day
    • Face Coverings are required in areas where social distancing cannot be followed
    • More information about our active orders can be found on our website at HoopaOES.org
  • The boards around the valley will be updated once daily and reflect the previous 24 hours or weekend.
  • For next month’s community food box event in May 2020, we are having it at a single location: the Hoopa Fire Station
    • The time will still be 12 PM to 4 PM
  • Hoopa Grocery Store will now stay open from 6 AM to 9 PM
    • For more details on their operations please call (530) 625-1013
  • Hoopa Mini Mart/Gas Station will now stay open from 7 AM to 9 PM
    • For more details on their operations please call (530) 625-4341
  • Humboldt County
    • The County has limited the types of services in operation, and the list can be found on the Hoopa OES website.
    • The County is also requiring people to wear facial coverings in specific settings, effective on Friday, April 24th, 2020. 
      • This County Health Order states people must wear a facial covering before they enter: 
        • Any indoor facility except for their own residence
        • Any enclosed space
        • Any outdoor space where individuals are unable to maintain at all times a distance of six feet from others.