COVID-19 Safety at Tahoe Donner

COVID-19 Safety at Tahoe Donner

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Tahoe Donner continues to follow the direction of the Nevada County Health and Human Services Agency for all COVID-19 regulations and guidelines as we have since the beginning of the pandemic. Recently, the State of California and Nevada County provided updates and changes to the guidance concerning the use of face masks. We are sending this email to our members and guests so you know what to expect at our facilities and programs regarding the wearing of face masks.

Beginning immediately:

  • Face masks are recommended by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), but are no longer required in indoor public settings regardless of vaccination status
  • Face masks are still required when on Tahoe Donner shuttles regardless of vaccination status
  • After March 11, 2022, face masks will be recommended indoors, but will not be required for childcare settings – this includes kids summer camps and programs

It is important to note that the update to the masking guidance is separate from the Governor’s emergency order that relates to public meetings, meaning all Tahoe Donner board and committee meetings will continue to be virtual at least through March. We anticipate returning to in-person committee and board meetings starting April 1, pending approval from the governor’s office. During this transition period, please check closely all meeting details to verify if meetings are in person or virtual.

We encourage you to take into account your current situation and safety levels when determining if and when to mask up. All residents 5 and older are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. Register for a vaccine appointment at CA MyTurn Vaccine Registration or sign up directly at a Nevada County COVID-19 vaccine provider.