In an effort to combat the spread of communicable diseases, all counties in California confidentially track and report the number of cases in their community. The Butte County Public Health Department monitors the number of reported communicable disease cases in our county as well as administers a range of programs and services.
To keep healthcare providers and partners informed of infectious disease outbreaks, emerging infectious diseases, immunization updates and other conditions of public health concern; the Butte County Public Health Department issues Health Alerts, Advisories, Updates and Information. See recent releases below.
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Urgency Level of Notices:
Alert: Conveys the highest level of importance; warrants immediate action or attention.
Advisory: Provides important information for a specific incident or situation; unlikely to require immediate action.
Update: Provides updated information regarding an incident or situation; unlikely to require immediate action.
Information: Provides general information that is not necessarily considered to be of an emergent nature.
Health Alerts & Advisories
View older Health Alerts and Advisories in the Archive Center.
Health Advisories 2023
- Letter from CDPH: Preventing a Resurgence of Mpox, May 30, 2023
- Xylazine Alert for Health Care Professionals, April 18, 2023
- Guidance for Face Masks, March 16, 2023
- Increased Reports of Disseminated Gonococcal Infection, October 6, 2023
- Health Officer Influenza Vaccination Order for Healthcare Workers, Nov. 3, 2023