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FULLY VACCINATED Population by Zip Code

95624: 67%
95757: 73%
95758: 66%

Data provided by the State of California for ages 12 and over fully vaccinated percentage by zip code (Updated 11/29/21)

COVID-19 Cases

Source: Sacramento County Department of Health Services
Last Updated: 11/29/2021

Elk Grove
18,538 Cases
204 Deaths
Sac County
163,107 Cases
2,428 Deaths

Updated weekly on Mondays

COVID-19 Quick Links

Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
State of California COVID-19
Sacramento County Public Health
Elk Grove Unified School District

Questions?

For questions specific to Elk Grove call (916) 691-2489 or email askelkgrove@elkgrovecity.org.

Vaccinate, Elk Grove

The delta variant is generating an uptick in COVID-19 cases in the region. The best way to combat the virus is by getting vaccinated. Find a Vaccine Clinic


Feeling Sick?

If you think you’ve been exposed or you are showing symptoms of the virus, get tested. Free testing is available nearby. Find a testing site in Elk Grove


Masks Required Indoors

As of July 29, the Sacramento County Public Health Officer issued a new public health order that requires individuals to wear a face covering indoors in the workplace and other public settings regardless of vaccination status. Learn more


Ask Questions

The Sacramento County Public Health Officer hosts virtual Public Health and COVID-19 Forums monthly on Zoom at 6:00 p.m. Register to attend


Moving Forward Together

The American Rescue Plan Act is providing our community with funding for recovery and assistance.  


We’ve Come a Long Way, Elk Grove

Since our world came to a standstill in March 2020, the Elk Grove community has come together to accomplish a great number of things to care for those who needed us most. View the City’s COVID-19 Response and Recovery Report

 


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