covid-19 guidance FOR businesses & eMPLOYERS
Business Reporting Requirements:
Businesses are required to report when a worksite has three or more COVID-19 cases within a 2-week period. These Cases MUST be reported using the Shared Portal for Outbreak Reporting (SPOT):
Resources to help create a safer and healthier workplace
CDPH Employer Guidance (AB 685)
On December 15, 2022, Non-Emergency COVID-19 Prevention Regulations were adopted and will become effective in the month of January 2023 once approved. The COVID-19 Preventions Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS) will remain in effect until new regulations become effective.
Request a mobile vaccination site, review vaccination standards and best practices
The California Testing Taskforce supports community organizations and businesses seeking to run
in-house COVID-19 testing.
For businesses with any questions regarding COVID, please contact us at KingsCovidInfo@countyofkings.com or the Kings County Department of Public Health: (559) 584-1401.