Call Your Healthcare Provider If You Feel Sick

Sutter Health – @SutterHealth

People who suspect they have coronavirus should schedule a video visit through Sutter Health’s online web portal, which can be found here. During the virtual appointment, a doctor will determine if and where a person should be tested. People who do choose to book in-person appointments should let their providers know that they’re experiencing symptoms of the coronavirus prior to the visit. You can also call (866) 961-2889 daily 8 am to 6 pm 

St. Joseph Health – @providence

St. Joseph Health is asking people with symptoms of coronavirus to schedule a virtual visit, call their doctor’s offices or reach out to the Sonoma County Health Department at 211 or 800-325-9604. St. Joseph Health offers an online coronavirus assessment tool here. St. Joseph Health also has asked patients who have symptoms of coronavirus only to come to the emergency room if it’s an emergency or a health care provider recommended to do so.

Kaiser Permanente – @KHNewsKaiser Permanente is recommending that people who think they have the coronavirus first call 1-866-454-8855 to speak with a clinician. For more information, click here.


Potential for Debris

Keep phones on and charged, flashlights nearby, and blankets handy. Potential for debris in areas near the Glass Fire scar. Please be sure to keep

Sonoma County Stay At Home Order

Sonoma County has announced a stay at home order which you may read here: This order does not prohibit outdoor activities and OVA’s outdoor facilities,

Food & Activity Resources

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