Covid-19 tests are in short supply around the country and those suspected of being infected have been asked to call health agencies before showing up at facilities. If you feel you have symptoms related to covid-19 or have been exposed, here's what happens when you call your health provider to get a covid-19 test.
Fountain Valley City Manager, Rob Houston tells Experience FV city services will continue to operate and serve residents during quarantine. On Tuesday, March 18 the City of Fountain Valley published a press release stating they have activated the Emergency Operations Center (EOC). This action will establish communication with the city and the local EOC.
Fountain Valley School District (FVSD) will continue essential learning under a fluid basis. The FVSD received guidance from the California Department of Public Health to determine what activities are essential and non-essential during the covid19 pandemic.
Orange Coast Medical Center MemorialCare and Fountain Valley Regional Hospital have established protocol for Fountain Valley residents with possible exposure to coronavirus. Experience FV spoke with local hospital representatives and the main takeaway hospitals want you to know is to call them before coming into the facility and to practice good hygiene and sanitation.
Orange County residents protested in front of Santa Ana's federal courthouse in attempts to block the February 20th injunction to transfer 50 coronavirus patients to Fairview Developmental Center in Costa Mesa.