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Covid-19 Resources 2022

Covid-19 Resources


We understand how difficult this time is for many of you. We, like you, cannot wait for this crisis to end, however, this is the time we, as a community, must come together by staying apart. Collective action will help lessen the wave of community spread. Stay home, follow the guidelines put out by our Public Health Department; only share updates from credible resources to avoid misinformation; and enjoy the e-resources your Library card provides access to 24/7.

Information regarding COVID-19 is rapidly changing and we are working to curate the most up-to-date content to help you stay informed.


Vaccines are encouraged to reduce the spread and severity of Covid-19. Please visit the County’s vaccine page for the most recent updates and info on the vaccines currently available.



We encourage you to test before gatherings and before and after travel. If you test positive, you must isolate to protect others and help you recover. Please contact the Call Center for more information 707-472-2759.


Current locations and times testing is available

If you have symptoms and need to be tested:

Call your primary physician

If you do not have a primary physician, you can call Mendocino Coast Clinics 707 964 1251, M-F, 9-4.

Unfortunately, we do not have testing available on the coast Sat or Sun. If you have symptoms, please follow the isolation instructions until you can be tested on Monday.

At-home testing:

You can receive 4 self-test kits via USPS by visiting this One set of 4 tests are allowed per address. This YouTube tutorial shows how to use the at-home test kits.

How to guide for the BinaxNow test kits

General Resources:

Mendocino County Public Health Covid-19

This is Mendocino County’s Covid-19 page. This site is updated daily (around 5 pm) with current Mendocino County information as posted by MCPH. All Health Orders and News Releases are posted here. This is your best source for local information. Recursos en Espanol.

Misinformation can be rampant during a crisis. In addition to the County of Mendocino website, the following resources contain reliable information on COVID-19 coronavirus:

California Department of Health

County guidelines are issued weekly by this agency. All Mendocino Public Health guidelines must fall within these parameters. Follow your local officials but you should pay attention to the state lead guidelines as well.

Centers for Disease Control — the official CDC website

Consider this the Mothership. This site is updated constantly with information on how to prepare, how to protect yourself and your family, etc. All information and decisions stem from this department so we recommend you bookmark this link and check it for the most up to date info.

World Health Organization

Here is the latest, all-in-one resource we have.

Pandemic Resources (as of 12/1/20) (pdf)