COVID-19 Information for Businesses

Ensuring a safe workplace is crucial to preventing the spread of COVID-19. The Public Health Branch has provided tools to support workplaces in creating a safe environment. California enacted legislation AB 685 to put infection prevention regulations in place related to COVID-19. This involves informing the Public Health Branch when 3 or more positive cases occur within a 14-day period. Additional information can be found via the resources below. 

Click the link below to Opt In or Notify Tulare County Public Health. 

California School and Shared Portal for Outbreak Tracking (SPOT)

The links below are for workplace tools related to guidance and contact tracing.

Tulare County Public Health: Reporting Outbreaks to Tulare County Public Health
Tulare County Public Health: Reporting Outbreaks to Tulare County Public Health

CalOSHA requirements for employers to report to the local Public Health Branch when three people have tested positive AND were at work during their high-exposure period. 

Tulare County Public Health: Employer Engagement
Tulare County Public Health: Employer Engagement

A process has been created for notifying the health branch of an outbreak* occurring in your facility; find  more information on this page. 
 

CA Assembly Bill (AB) 685: Enhanced Enforcement and Employer Reporting Requirements
CA Assembly Bill (AB) 685: Enhanced Enforcement and Employer Reporting Requirements

California AB 685 Enhanced Enforcement and Employer Reporting Requirements. 

CA for All: Information on Contact Tracing
CA for All: Information on Contact Tracing

On this page you will find more information on contact tracing from California for All. 


Agency News

How to Thank Tulare County Veterans

How to Thank Tulare County Veterans

The Veterans Services Office (VSO) is dedicated to serving Tulare County veterans and their families. Many veterans are unaware of the services and benefits they could be receiving, and others need help to understand the paperwork required to file claims. The VSO can make the process of obtaining benefits easier. 

What is the Community Care Coalition?

What is the Community Care Coalition?

The Community Care Coalition (CCC) was established in April of 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to address the need to combine resources, response, and planning efforts throughout Tulare County. The CCC is made up of over 50 partner organizations that are committed to focusing on coordinated service-delivery efforts.   

K/T AAA: Connecting the Aging Population to a Wide Array of Programs

K/T AAA: Connecting the Aging Population to a Wide Array of Programs

The Kings/Tulare Area Agency on Aging (K/T AAA) was created in 1965 to be the leading local authority and advocate for issues and concerns facing adults as they age. K/T AAA can connect the aging population to a wide array of programs and services tailored to their specific needs.

2022 Walk with a Doc Program

2022 Walk with a Doc Program

Walk with a Doc is a free community outreach program, which strives to encourage healthy physical activity in people of all ages. This doctor-led group is a fun and safe place to go for a walk, learn about health, and meet new friends. Held the second Saturday of each month, walks start at 8:30 a.m. and are held at Blain Park in Visalia.