- 10.18.2022: Governor Newsom to End the COVID-19 State of Emergency
- 09/08/2022: Bivalent COVID-19 Vaccines
- 07.29.2022: COVID-19 Vaccine Novavax Given Emergency Use Authorization
- 06/23/2022: Expanded Eligibility of COVID-19 Vaccines
- 06/01/2022: Rising COVID-19 Case Numbers
- 05/26/2022: Booster Dose for Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine for 5-11 Year Olds
- 04/22/2022: Delayed School Requirements of COVID-19 Vaccine
Statewide COVID-19 Hotline
This COVID-19 information line is a part of our ongoing effort to provide reliable, trusted information and support. The statewide call center is open 7 days a week:
- Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM Pacific Time
- Saturday and Sunday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Pacific Time
Check out CDC's COVID-19 County Check below!
Kindly note that CDC's data is updated weekly and there may be slight discrepancies between our locally reported numbers and CDC's numbers due to reporting times.
Plumas County COVID-19 by the Numbers
Where to get a COVID-19 Vaccine and Boosters in Plumas County
Plumas County Public Health Agency
Click for PCPHA COVID-19 Vaccination Page or California's MyTurn website for local clinics. PCPHA will vaccinate for Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson boosters, call clinic for appointment 530-283-6330. Public Health will not be using the MYTurn system for booster appointments.
PCPHA does not offer "Additional Doses for the Immune Compromised." Please see your primary care provider if you are interested in an additional dose. For more information on additional doses, please click here.
Health Care Facilities
Eastern Plumas Health Care: (530) 832-6600
Plumas District Hospital: (530) 283-5640
Seneca Healthcare District: (530) 283-2151 ext 1047
Lassen Drug - Chester, CA (530) 258-2261
RiteAid - Quincy, CA (530) 283-1809
Quincy Pharmacy - Quincy, CA (530) 283-4545
Portola Village Pharmacy - Portola, CA (530) 832-4218
FDA Authorizes Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccines for Children Down to 6 Months of Age on 06/17/2022
Click here for FDA's press release
How do I get my digital COVID-19 Vaccine record? Click here for the answer!
If you have difficulty getting your digital COVID-19 Vaccine record, please visit California Department of Public Health's FAQ on the topic which can be found here.
Still not sure about the COVID-19 Vaccine? Check out our FAQ!
When should I get tested?
You should immediately get tested for COVID-19 if you are feeling any symptoms – regardless of your vaccination status. COVID-19 symptoms can feel like a common cold (including just “the sniffles”), seasonal allergies, or flu. COVID testing in California is free to anyone who needs it.
- If you’ve been exposed to COVID-19 and are not fully vaccinated, get tested right away. If you test negative, retest 5-7 days after your exposure date. Those who are unvaccinated should also test 1-3 days before and 3-5 days after any high-risk events.
- If you were fully vaccinated when exposed, you should get tested 5-7 days after close contact with someone who has recently tested positive.
- If you have recovered from COVID-19 in the last 3 months and have had no new symptoms since your recent exposure, you do not need to get tested.
- Traveling? Read our travel fact sheet.
Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:
- Fever or chills
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Muscle or body aches
- New loss of taste or smell
- Sore throat
- Congestion or runny nose
- Nausea or vomiting
Where can I test for COVID-19?
Laboratory testing is available in Plumas County at all hospitals. At home tests are available at multiple locations as well throughout Plumas County for free. Please click here for more information on testing.