Elk Grove Covid-19 Resources
We have gathered Elk Grove specific resources and links so you can stay up to date on Covid-19 resources and information.

Elk Grove Specific Covid-19 Resources

Information and resources relating to the Covid-19 virus are rapidly evolving. Leaders at all levels of government are working around the clock to stop the spread of the virus, provide testing, and connect victims of the virus to the appropriate healthcare. The purpose of this page is to help Elk Grove residents access Elk Grove specific resources – in addition to key state and federal resources.

How Can We Help?
First and foremost, the Governor has issued an Executive Order for all Californian’s to Stay in Place, with only a few exceptions. Thankfully, there are still things we can do to support our Elk Grove community.
Support Elk Grove Restaurants
There are a number of Elk Grove restaurants still serving food to go. If you can, please support these restaurants through this difficult time.
Deliver Food to Elk Grove Seniors
Laguna Sunrise Rotary is coordinating the delivery of food to Elk Grove seniors who cannot go out. More volunteers are needed.
Give a Meal To Someone Else
Demand at the Elk Grove Food Bank is increasing each day and they have less than 15 days of food available. Your donation will help another Elk Grove family eat.
Prepare Your Family
Here is what you can do to prepare your family in case COVID-19 spreads in your community.
The Elk Grove Food Bank has been designated an essential service and they need more volunteers than ever. Always serving Elk Grove, sign up to volunteer or donate food.
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Live Twitter Updates
Access the latest updates from Elk Grove USD, Sacramento County Public Health and California Public Health right from here.
Elk Grove USD

This week's broadcast is available in both English and Spanish: https://t.co/QlKyId7phb https://t.co/wB3QufJs5I ElkGroveUnified photo

EGUSD will offer students two new educational models for the start of the 2020-2021 school year. A Transitional and Full Distance Learning model. Click here for more information: https://t.co/6Ene7SyJqQ https://t.co/itmFsr8ok7 ElkGroveUnified photo
Sacramento County Public Health

Many will have our attention divided this summer as we work from home. Remember, flotation devices are not a substitute for adult supervision. Drowning is fast, silent, and can happen in as little as 20-60 seconds. https://t.co/gqrbWOt9nK SacPublicHealth photo

This week 600 bags filled with oral hygiene supplies (toothbrushes, paste, floss, etc.) were distributed to Twin Rivers Unified School District through their school nutrition program. Thank you to the Sacramento County Oral Health Program for your generous donation! https://t.co/pCkqPYvEgt SacPublicHealth photo

Think life jackets aren’t for you? Think again. 84% of reported drownings occur when the person wasn’t wearing a life jacket. Whether you are fishing, boating, swimming, floating or just splashing in the water, wear a properly fitting jacket. https://t.co/NcQVVCbboA https://t.co/YEvYhttrdC SacPublicHealth photo
California Public Health

California COVID-19, By The Numbers:

🔹 7-day average of new cases per day: 8,664
🔹 7-day average from the week prior per day: 6,987
🔹 Confirmed cases to date: 320,804

More information ➡️ https://t.co/TLLUGwPGY7 https://t.co/P6av7VOmd8
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Temperatures inside a parked vehicle can rapidly rise to dangerous levels in the summer heat. Leaving the windows slightly open does not significantly decrease the heating rate. Look before you lock and never leave kids, disabled or elderly, or pets in unattended vehicles. https://t.co/iMX2wD9FTQ CAPublicHealth photo

California #COVID19, By The Numbers:

🔹 7-day average of new cases per day: 8,228
🔹 7-day average from the week prior per day: 6,902
🔹 Confirmed cases to date: 312,344

More information ➡️ https://t.co/TLLUGwPGY7 https://t.co/d9b3HqY4AT
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