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Solano County expands eligibility to individuals age 16 and older; replaces Johnson & Johnson scheduled clinics with Pfizer or Moderna vaccines
SOLANO COUNTY –– Starting today, Solano County is expanding vaccine eligibility to individuals living or working in Solano County who are age 16 and older, in accordance with state guidance to expand eligibility to all Californians in this age group.
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Solano County experiences steep decline in allocation of vaccine; urges the State to send more
SOLANO COUNTY –– The Solano County Department of Health and Social Services, Public Health division, is urging the California Department of Public Health to allocate more COVID-19 vaccine to the County after experiencing a steep decline.
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State updates Blueprint for a Safer Economy; starts loosening restrictions for certain businesses activities as Counties move in less restrictive tiers
SOLANO COUNTY –– On March 11, 2021, the State of California updated its criteria for operations of various business sectors in Counties in less restrictive tiers, according to the Blueprint for a Safer Economy, impacting several business operations within Solano County and across California.
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Solano County returns to Red Tier (Tier 2) effective March 10, loosening restrictions for certain businesses activities
SOLANO COUNTY –– The State of California announced today that Solano County has moved from the most restrictive Purple Tier (Tier 1) to a less-restrictive Red Tier (Tier 2) of the State's COVID-19 Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Effective Wednesday, March 10, more businesses and activities will be able to expand capacity or resume operations, including indoor services at restaurants, increased capacity at retail and shopping centers, youth sports activities and an opportunity for schools to reopen.
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Solano County hires new Director of Resource Management
SOLANO COUNTY – Solano County officials have selected Terry Schmidtbauer as the new Director of Resource Management. Starting this month, he will assume leadership over the County's agency responsible for environmental health, public works engineering and operations, building safety, planning, parks and recreation and Delta Water Activities.
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