San Joaquin County Health Officer reports confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the county. This means that citizens should wash hands frequently for at least 20 seconds with soap and water, stay home, and stay away from others when sick. Continue to monitor SJC Public Health Services, SJReady, and California Department of Public Health for the most current information.
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