Lassen County COVID Cases on the Rise

Lassen County Public Health says Covid cases are on the rise in the county and urges you to continue your efforts to help slow the spread. Following the California Department of Public Health’s current and any new recommendations will help you do just that.... Read More.

LNF Opens Offices After COVID Closures

Ranger Stations and Offices re-open across the Lassen National forest after two years of COVID closures. Starting today you can walk back into any of the ranger district offices or visitor centers without a mask if making a quick visit. Only if the county... Read More.

Uptick in COVID Cases in Plumas County

Plumas sees an uptick in COVID infections as Summer arrives. Nearly 140 cases have been reported in the month of May as compared to the less than 30 cases in each March and April. Plumas County Public Health says the increase is likely due... Read More.

LCPH Reduces COVID Testing and Vaccination Appointments

Lassen County Public health announces COVID changes to return focus to other public health programs. Public health will be significantly reducing its amount of COVID19 vaccination and testing appointments per week and is preparing medical providers for the changes. With the more available opportunities... Read More.

Plumas Public Health Hosts COVID Virtual Forum Today

You can attend Plumas County Public Health’s virtual forum on COVID 19 today. You will hear from people with public health, from the Plumas unified school district, as well as local medical professionals. You can ask your questions regarding vaccines, the status of COVID... Read More.

PCPHA Hosts Virtual COVID Forum

If you have been curious on what the status of COVID is within Plumas County you will have an opportunity to hear from those closest to the subject come next week. Plumas County Public Health Agency will be having a COVID19 virtual forum. The... Read More.