Coronavirus 2021

Updates for the Visit Rancho Cordova community

Our top priority is the safety, health, and wellbeing of our community, its residents, and visitors.

The State announced Sacramento County is allowed to move from the most restrictive Purple/Widespread Tier 1 to the less restrictive tier of Red/Substantial Tier 2 per the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy.

California has 2 million People Vaccinated in HPI quartile 1

The State has updated its Tier criteria for case rate, test positivity, and health equity metric thresholds to move to less restrictive Tiers with reaching 2 million vaccinations in the lowest Healthy Places Index quartile 1.

Update to Allowable Activities to State's Blueprint for a Safer Economy - March 11

Sector Chart: Bars, Wineries, and Overnight Camps Blueprint Activity and Business Tiers March 11, 2021 (ca.gov)

News release

State Updates Blueprint to Allow Additional Activities for a Safe and Sustainable Reopening (ca.gov)

This information is subject to change and may change frequently. Last updated and sourced 4/5/21 at 11:00 am.

City of Rancho Cordova

For information regarding the City of Rancho Cordova, please visit their information page. For information on mandatory face coverings and social gatherings please review this page from the City of Rancho Cordova. (En Espanol)

The City of Rancho Cordova is also offering resources and information for vaccine distribution.

Did you miss Councilman Dr. Sander's explanation of the vaccine? Watch it on YouTube.

Sacramento County-Specific Updates:

Sacramento County Department of Public Health- Covid 19

Updates from the State of California:

CA COVID-19 Hotline
Governor Newsom announced a new statewide hotline: 833-544-2374

CA Department of Public Health

The state of California has a new option to see when it's your turn for vaccine distribution and to receive updates as appropriate. Submit your information to MyTurn.CA.gov.

Links with real-time factual updates:

The most up-to-date information for California is located at the California Department of Public Health website (CDPH).

The most up-to-date information on a federal level is available on the CDC’s website.

For global updates on the pandemic, the WHO is the best resource.

For meetings & groups

Dr. Mark Ghaly, Secretary of the California Department of Public Health, announced Friday, April 2 that group meetings in California can resume.

Hotels and other hosts must adhere to the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, individual county health department guidelines based on COVID tiers, and CHLA’s Clean & Safe Guidance for Meetings and Events. For tiered details, please click here.

The number of meeting guests are capped by tiers and require vaccinations or negative COVID test results

Additionally, the Department of Public Health updated the State of California Travel Advisory. The Center for Disease Control issued guidance that indicated it was OK for vaccinated individuals to resume travel.

source: California Hotel & Lodging Association 4.2.21

For Visitors

Please check regularly for updates regarding shelter-in-place and tier status. Rancho Cordova and Sacramento County are currently in the RED Tier.

CDC Toolkit for Domestic Travelers

Visit USA Travel Guidelines

Visit California- Travel California. RESPECT California

The basic protective measures against coronavirus include:

  1. HANDS Wash them often
  2. ELBOW Cough into it
  3. FACE Wear a mask
  4. FEET Stay more than 6 feet apart
  5. FEEL sick? Stay home

What to Do if You Think You're Sick: Call ahead.

If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 and may have had contact with a person with COVID-19, call your healthcare provider or local public health department first and before seeking medical care.


Visit Rancho Cordova will continue to work with our partners regarding all previously planned, canceled, and postponed visitor events. Our team is in regular contact with the State Tourism Office (Visit California), the state's tourism advocacy association (CalTravel), and is on weekly calls with Destinations International, STR, and the U.S. Travel Association to stay informed on the latest updates as it relates to travel.

We will place any major updates and resources on this page. We encourage you to check back regularly for updates. We will continue to work with the Sacramento County Public Health office, Sacramento County Office of Emergency Services (SacOES), and others to continue to keep you updated on developments.

Thank you for your time and your concern for the safety, health, and wellbeing of our community.

Sincerely,

Visit Rancho Cordova Team

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