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COVID-19 Virus

San Joaquin County Human Resources Employee Information Page

San Joaquin County Human Resources is working hard to keep staff informed. Please continue to visit this page for all of the latest information.

Until further notice, Human Resources has placed a temporary hold on all in-person wellness events, New Employee Orientation and in-person trainings.
A free drive-up corona virus testing program now available in #SanJoaquinCounty. APPOINTMENTS ARE REQUIRED. Eligible persons must be 18 years or older and live in San Joaquin County.

Project Baseline Testing

Human Resources Updates

Human Resources Update COVID-19
UPDATED: July 21st, 2020

Employee Rights Paid Sick Leave And Expanded Family And Medical Leave Under The Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Emergency Child Care for Employees

To all our critical working San Joaquin County employees, subsidized child care may be available to you! Please find attached an application for Emergency Child Care. The application to Family Resource & Referral is in three parts, the application, the self-certification, and separate from the Childcare Eligibility List, an application for up to 12 months of child care if you are income eligible. You can call Family Resource & Referral Center for information on the application at 209-948-1553 or complete the application online at

If you are in need of a referral for a child care provider, email Family Resource & Referral Center at or 209-461-2908.

On behalf of the local child care and early learning providers in San Joaquin County, we want to express our gratitude to those who are continuing to work as Essential Service Workers in support of our community. Thank you for all you do!

Emergency Child Care Application


Employee's may now pay for their benefits premiums over the phone using a credit card.
For payment's, please call (209) 468-3370.

Wellness Tips

General Information

Health Guidance

California Guidance on Face Coverings

Combating COVID-19

Board Documents

NOTE, "Sam" makes a HUGE mistake in the "correct" portion by cross-contaminating the clean gloves by touching the door handle with them - she should have put them on in the exam room so she didn't have to touch a door handle once she had them on. This should be shared with any staff reviewing.



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