covid-19 RESOURCES & guidance 

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COVID-19 Treatment Resources:

January 24, 2022 Update: Over the past two weeks Omicron has taken over as the dominant variant in Kings.  As a result and upon updates to FDA authorized use parameters for some products, there will be a shift in the type of monoclonal antibody treatments offered.  Those originally used, commonly referred to as RegenCov and Bam-Ete (Bamlanivimab and Etesevimab) are unlikely to be effective against Omicron (Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: FDA Limits Use of Certain Monoclonal Antibodies to Treat COVID-19 Due to the Omicron Variant | FDA). Instead, providers will need to rely on oral antivirals and monoclonal antibody products such as Sotrovimab  for recently diagnosed high-risk patients.  Please be advised that these medications are in extremely short supply, so their use will be limited until additional allocations become available.

KCDPH partners with Adventist Health to offer COVID-19 treatments to high-risk individuals when medically appropriate.  Please note that KCDPH does not offer treatment directly, and treatment is not a replacement for vaccination. 

To be assessed for COVID-19 monoclonal antibody or antiviral therapies, contact your primary care provider or any of the following locations.  Hours listed below do not correspond with available treatment times. 

Adventist Rapid Care Clinic

  • 2563 N. 11th Ave., Ste 109 Hanford, CA 93230
    Clinic Hours: Open daily, noon to 8 p.m.

  • 1524 W. Lacey Blvd., Suite 101 Hanford, CA 93230
    Clinic Hours: Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m. to noon

  • 1025 N. Douty Street, Ste. 105 Hanford, CA 93230


     Clinic Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Baum 5 Star Healthcare (559) 408-5533

560 W. Grangeville Blvd, Ste A Hanford, CA 93230


Baz Allergy; Asthma & Sinus Center (559) 582-8500

1560 W. Lacey Blvd, Ste 103 Hanford, CA 93230


Isolation & Quarantine:

The Kings County Department of Public Health uses the State standards for isolation and quarantine; no stricter local guidance is in place.  If you test positive using a laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 test, stay home and contact your healthcare provider via phone.  A member of the KCDPH team will contact you with further instructions on isolation.

Ventilation & Air Quality in Indoor Environments:

Face Coverings:


Cleaning & COVID:


According to a new science brief from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the risk of catching COVID-19 by touching a contaminated surface is considered to be low. 

Food Safety/Environmental Health Guidance:



Additional Resources:

Homelessness in Kings County- Click here
Family Health Care Network: COVID-19 Hotline


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Public Health Bulletins:

Stage 3 Reopening- June 10, 2020

Bar Closures- June 29, 2020 

Personal Care Services (Updated)- September 25, 2020

Youth and Adult Sports- August 6, 2020

In-Person Learning Criteria for all California Schools (K-12)- July 17, 2020

Tiered Stages for Reopening Framework- September 2, 2020

CDPH Waiver- Kings County Schools- August 6, 2020

Halloween Guidance- October 12, 2020

Red Tier Sector Reopening Update- October 13, 2020

Regional Stay at Home Order - December 14, 2020-UPDATE

Regional Stay at Home Order SPANISH - December 14, 2020-UPDATE