Resources and Information about the Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19)

[Page will be updated as new information is available.] 

 

THE LATEST:

SRJC's Covid Info

Change Your Mask! (new - Dec 2021 recommendations for Omicron)

Santa Rosa Information (gathered from State and Federal Sources)

Vaccine Information in Multiple Languages - From the folks at TranslateCOVID at UCLA, this resource provides info about both vaccines and other Covid topics in a very large number of languages.

California State Vaccine Info  Sonoma County also has a link with locations and information.

Fall 2021 Vaccine Webinar - SRJC Students' Questions Answered by Medical Doctors - in English and with Spanish captioning

 

Anxiety about coronavirus

Given the situation and shelter-in-place restrictions, it is normal to feel stressed and apprehensive: Coronavirus Mental Health Resources

 

Physical Health Guidelines

If you believe you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, contact your health care provider and self-quarantine until cleared by your provider. If you need assistance finding a health care provider, please contact Student Health Services at 707 527-4445. 

General recommendations for campus community:

  1. Wash your hands frequently and avoid touching you face and eyes, nose, mouth with your hands.
  2. Perform routine cleaning at home particularly for high touch surfaces like door knobs.
  3. Ill students with fevers, cough, shortness of breath or severe illness should be be evaluated by a medical professional. Call them before coming in to note your symptoms and consider wearing a mask if you have one (or make arrangements with them.) 
  4. If you do not have a medical provider, schedule a video visit with SRJC's Medical Providers by calling 707 527-4445 during business hours. Also, available in the county, please see our list of community clinics.
  5. Staff and faculty who are ill should seek care from their local health providers or an emergency room. Please notify these providers immediately if you have had known exposure to a person with COVID-19 infection.
  6. Minimize unnecessary traveling. Consult the CDC or State Department website for more information on travel recommendations

CDC COVID-19 Updated Webpage

CDC COVID-19 Updated Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

Sonoma County Updated COVID-19 Information

Sonoma County Healthcare Foundation List of Resources - This extensive list, frequently updated, includes general resources/local information, local services, information for parents and children, and other issue information/resources.