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Coronavirus Toolkit

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Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, Sonoma County Tourism has been maintaining this toolkit to ensure we’re providing our partners with useful information and links to resources we hope are helpful.

On June 15, Sonoma County, along with the rest of California, lifted capacity and distancing restrictions for most businesses and activities. Large-scale indoor events have vaccination or negative test requirements for attendees through at least October 1. 

To learn more about Mega Events and California’s move beyond the Blueprint for a Safer Economy, visit the California Department of Public Health website here

Post-Blueprint Signage for Businesses

With capacity and distancing restrictions withdrawn for most businesses, along with mandatory mask use for vaccinated individuals, Sonoma County Tourism has developed new signs businesses can print out to communicate its specific policies to patrons. There are signs for businesses maintaining mask requirements for all customers regardless of vaccination status, and signs communicating masks are optional for vaccinated individuals.

Additionally, with many businesses understaffed, and others working out the kinks of fully reopening, SCT created signs thanking customers for their patronage and patience. 

You can access the new signs here

Key Information

CDPH Guidance for Face Coverings

CDC recommendations

CDPH Travel Advisory

County of Sonoma/SoCo Emergency Coronavirus Response

Key Resources

COVID-19 vaccine locations in Sonoma County can be found here. Additionally, the State of California has an Employer Vaccination Toolkit with helpful resources here. If you require assistance scheduling block appointments for your employees, email [email protected].

COVID-19 testing remains an important tool in ending the pandemic. You can find free, convenient, and confidential testing resources here.

The County of Sonoma releases informative weekly Key Messages that you access here.

The County of Sonoma has a free COVID-19 Mental Health Warm Line available to any County resident experiencing emotional side effects of the pandemic and/or the shelter in place order. Local behavioral health professionals will answer calls seven days a week to talk with callers to provide support, guidance, education, and referrals. Call 707-565-2652 any day of the week from 10 a.m to 7 p.m. to speak to a trained professional.

Disaster Assistance/Financing information is available through the Sonoma County EDB here.

Copies of the Sonoma County Safe Travels Promise on posters, bookmarks, postcards, and more can be ordered free of charge through the Hospitality Hub.