COVID-19 Updates (Updated January 19, 2022 - 11:20 a.m.)

City of Stockton COVID Testing Kiosk - January 10, 2022Red Arrow

The City of Stockton and Curative have partnered to offer a downtown COVID-19 testing site:


California Department of Public Health Updates

Indoor Mask Mandate - Extended through February 15, 2022Red Arrow

Masks are required for all individuals in all indoor public settings, regardless of vaccination status through February 15, 2022 (surgical masks or higher-level respirators are recommended).


Updated Mega Events Guidance Red Arrow Effective January 15, 2022

Changes were announced December 31, 2021: Mega events are indoor events with greater than 500 attendees and outdoor events with 5,000 or more attendees. For those who cannot provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination status, testing for Mega Events is required to be conducted within one day for antigen tests, and within two days for PCR tests prior to entry into the facility or venue.


San Joaquin County COVID OrdersRed Arrow Updated January 5, 2022


Travel Advisory 

The State has issued the following recommendations, which supersede all prior Travel Advisories:


COVID-19 Testing 

Testing is being offered at a number of locations throughout San Joaquin County and by healthcare providers throughout San Joaquin County.  

The federal government is now offering free at-home test kits with a limit of 4 per household.



Medical Experts Endorse the COVID-19 Vaccine

Everyone who is interested in receiving a vaccination should signup through the State of California website at My Turn - Vaccine Interest Sign-up form.  You will be notified when you are eligible to receive a vaccination and be offered the opportunity to schedule a vaccination through the State's website.


Been Vaccinated?

Get a copy of your vaccination record from the California Department of Public Health. Use the following link to access the electronic form. You will be prompted to enter your first name, last name, date of birth, and your cell phone or email, and create a PIN (personal identification number). A link and QR code will be sent directly to you.

The Centers for Disease Control has prepared information about what changes when you are fully vaccinated


Controlling the Spread of COVID-19


To slow the spread of the virus, please continue to:

  • Follow CDPH Guidance for Use of Face Coverings (Masks)
  • Wash your hands regularly - with soap and water;
  • Covering coughs and sneezes (into elbow, not hands);
  • Physically distancing, of at least 6 feet, from those who are not members of your household;
  • Do not mix or gather with people outside of your household; and
  • Get vaccinated!


COVID Questions for the City of Stockton


External Links

State of California Blueprint for a Safer Economy - Regional Stay Home Order

San Joaquin County Office of Emergency Services -

San Joaquin County Public Health

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This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 1/21/2022