Press Releases

  • September 7, 2022
    • Public Health Services

    Stockton, CA - September 7, 2022 - San Joaquin County is offering the Bivalent COVID-19 Booster vaccines and expects an increase in vaccine availability in the coming weeks. Locations and vaccination events where the bivalent vaccines are available can best be found on SJReady.org website, and will soon be made available on MyTurn.ca.gov, too.

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  • August 3, 2022
    • Public Health Services

    Stockton, CA (August 2, 2022): San Joaquin County Public Health Services (SJCPHS) is reporting that, as of August 2, 2022, there have been six monkeypox cases in San Joaquin County residents.

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  • July 21, 2022
    • Public Health Services

    Stockton, CA (July 21, 2022) – San Joaquin County Public Health Services (SJCPHS), working with California Department of Public Health, is investigating the first probable case of monkeypox infection in the county.

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  • March 13, 2020
    • Public Health Services
    San Joaquin County Public Health Services Update On COVID-19 Number Of Residents Confirmed As Positive Cases Increases To Eight (8), New Local Guidance Documents Released

    San Joaquin County Public Health Services (PHS) confirmed today that five (5) more County residents have been diagnosed with COVID-19, bringing the total to eight (8). This number includes travel-related cases and their contacts, and we are now seeing some evidence of community spread – meaning, cases of unknown origin.

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  • March 13, 2020
    • Public Health Services

    COVID-19 is a respiratory illness caused by a novel coronavirus that has been spreading worldwide. Community-acquired cases have now been confirmed in California and as of March 12, 2020 there are three (3) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in San Joaquin County. Mass gatherings and large community events bring people from multiple communities into close contact with each other and have the potential to increase COVID-19 transmission. One method to slow the spread of respiratory virus infections, including COVID-19, is by increasing social distancing (reducing close contact).

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