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COVID-19 Updates: Get the latest public information related to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) at ReadySLO.org.

The Health Agency is actively responding to COVID-19 and continuing to provide other essential services. Please see updates from Animal Services, Behavioral Health, Public Guardian and Public Health

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We're back to purple graphic showing the state's tier system for reopening. Click to view article, SLO County Exits State’s Regional Stay at Home Order and Returns to Purple Tier

SLO County Exits State’s Regional Stay at Home Order and Returns to Purple Tier

Services and activities allowed under the Widespread Purple Tier under the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, such as outdoor dining and personal services, may resume immediately in San Luis Obispo County with required modifications.

Shot being prepared my a doctor Click to view article, More COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments Now Open for Eligible SLO County Residents

More COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments Now Open for Eligible SLO County Residents

Anyone age 75 or older, or anyone eligible under Phase 1a of the County’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan, can now make a first-dose appointment for next week as of 9 a.m. today. There are currently about 4,000 appointments available for next week, due to a shortage in vaccine supply.

Front of the Arroyo Grande High School Click to view article, County to Open Third COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic on Monday

County to Open Third COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic on Monday

The new South County location opens to accommodate more communities

Vials of Vaccine Click to view article, SLO County to Pause Administration of Specific Lot of Moderna Vaccine

SLO County to Pause Administration of Specific Lot of Moderna Vaccine

County reserves 4,400 doses of Moderna vaccine currently under investigation

Image of an adult male wearing a mask with text overlay saying: Vaccine Update: Now vaccinating those 75 years and older Click to view article, SLO County to Vaccinate Adults 75 Years and Older Starting Monday

SLO County to Vaccinate Adults 75 Years and Older Starting Monday

The County expands vaccine eligibility based on risk factors and limited vaccine supply