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Hello UWF Sisters
Since we are not free of COVID, please stay informed with what is happening. The latest information on COVID in California can be found on the California ALL COVID19.CA.GOV website. The recent August 15, 2022 update covers
The counties of Contra Costa, Napa, and Salano are listed as having 'High' community levels for COVID. Sonoma, Sacramento, and Yolo counties are listed with 'Medium' community levels for COVID.
To continue to stay safe, please use the following measure to protect yourself and others:
We need common-sense safety measures to protect ourselves.
Wear a mask (preference is the N95 or FFP2 mask) at all times indoors.
Recommend hand washing and sanitizing frequently.
The CANV Conference Team has protocols for relaunching activities during this time. Please visit the CANV Conference website www.cnumc.org.
Get vaccination shots and the booster shot.
All three agencies recommended wearing a mask. Honor mask rules in place at a private business, traveling, public transit, health care facilities, etc.
The Omicron, and BA.5 COVID-19 variants have caused a sharp increase in hospitalizations cases. Don’t assume everyone is vaccinated. A variant is when the virus changes through mutations that create new strains of virus (call variants) over time.
Get tested if you are sick as this virus can help protect against severe disease and death. Isolation and quarantine to avoid others if you test positive or exposed to COVID.
Don’t lose your proof of vaccination. Many people have taken a picture of their vaccination card
In California children 5 years and older can be vaccinated.
We pray you are all safe, well, and staying positive during these unusual and difficult days. Stay strong and lean into your faith and friends to be uplifted.
The Los Rios Leadership Team
This additional California web site provides information on how to prepare for public health emergencies, not just COVID-19. This site is worth your time as we live in this state with earthquakes, fires along side the new virus.