Information below regarding cases of COVID-19 in Solano County are provided by Solano Public Health. The page with the statistics can be found here.
June 3, 2020 - All numbers as of 4:30 p.m. Wednesday
Number of residents tested: 13,058 Number of confirmed cases: 559
Currently hospitalized: 9 Total hospitalizations: 87
Active cases: 63 Deaths: 22
ICU Beds – Good Ventilators – Good
CASES BY AGE GROUP:
0-18 - 35 cases (0 DEATHS) 19-64 - 392 cases (5 DEATHS) 65+ - 131 cases (17 DEATHS)
Numbers by city: Vallejo – 310
Fairfield – 118
Vacaville – 57
Suisun City – 30
Benicia – 23
Dixon - 11
Rio Vista, Unincorporated – less than 10
Vacaville City Hall will reopen to the public on June 8, 2020. Physical distancing measures will be in place. Visitors to City Hall are asked to wear masks.
Vacaville ready for expanded Stage Two reopening -The City of Vacaville is ready to move deeper into Stage Two of the reopening of businesses and other activities in the City.
UPDATE: County gets OK from state for expanded Stage Two reopening - County officials have announced the California Department of Public Health has agreed to the County’s COVID-19 County Variance Attestation request to move further into Stage 2 of the Governor’s Roadmap to Modify the Stay-at-Home health order.
DOWNLOADABLE DOCUMENTS - We've added a few downloadable documents for businesses in Vacaville to utilize: door signs, checklists for restaurants, and more.
KEEP VACAVILLE OPEN - A new page has been set up on the City website with information on how low-risk businesses can open following specific guidelines.
CITY EVENTS - All Creekwalk Concerts THROUGH JULY have been canceled. The annual Fourth of July Creekwalk concert and fireworks show has also been canceled.
These events were canceled for several reasons. In the case of the Fourth of July, a decision had to be made regarding the signing of contracts, etc. a few weeks ago.
While the expectation was that some of the restrictions would be lifted by then, the belief was that some level of social distancing would be required. As these events attract thousands of people from all over the region, physical distancing requirements would have been impossible to achieve as well as enforce.
This was not a decision that was made lightly. Our goal has been and will continue to be to protect the helath and safety of our residents.
TESTING SITE OPENS IN VACAVILLE
A site for testing residents has opened in Vacaville at the Harbison Event Center, behind Fenton's at the Nut Tree. Testing is available by appointment only. Do not go to the site without an appointment. Details can be found here.
Solano County has a list of community resources available during the COVID-19 pandemic.