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The following press release was issued by Yolo County. The City of Woodland is posting that same press release.
(Woodland, CA) – On November 19 the Yolo County Public Health Officer issued a health advisory for residents to quarantine after traveling due to rising cases of COVID-19 in the United States, in California and in Yolo County. Based on possible exposure to COVID-19 during travel, residents who travel to areas outside of California with higher COVID-19 rates pose a risk to local communities when they return to their homes.
The Yolo County Public Health Officer recommends that any person returning to Yolo County after travel to a higher-risk area outside of California should quarantine in their place of residence for 14 days upon their return.
“People who travel to areas outside California with higher COVID risk than in Yolo County could be bringing the coronavirus back into the Yolo community,” said Yolo County Public Health Officer Dr. Aimee Sisson. “That is why I am recommending that these individuals separate themselves from others for two weeks when they return.”
On November 13, CDPH issued a Travel Advisory to all Californians that recommends anyone arriving in California (including California residents) should quarantine for 14 days. CDPH also recommends that people limit their interactions to their immediate household only during this quarantine.
To learn about Yolo County’s Roadmap to Recovery visit: www.yolocounty.org/coronavirus-roadmap. Residents can call Yolo 2-1-1 for resource information. Follow Yolo County on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/YoloCounty or Twitter at: https://twitter.com/YoloCountyCA.