MENDOCINO Co., 7/9/20 — Mendocino Public Health has announced that at least five people who attended Willits Frontier Days festivities have tested positive for COVID-19, as well as two employees of Jensen’s Restaurant in Ukiah. To date, the total number of COVID-19 cases is 4,428. For information on where to receive COVID-19 testing in Mendocino County, please visit the county’s testing website at: https://www.mendocinocounty.org/community/novel-coronavirus/covid-19-testing.
Public Notice: Positive COVID-19 Cases Identified among: Jensen’s Restaurant and Willits
Frontier Days events.
Frontier Days June 25th – July 4th, 2021.
Jensen’s Restaurant June 28th – July 1st, 2021.
With these confirmed cases, members of the public who have attended either location or event
might have been exposed to COVID-19, and are advised to seek COVID-19 testing if
unvaccinated, or to seek testing if exhibiting symptoms while vaccinated.
At least five people who attended Willits Frontier Days, and two employees of Jensen’s
Restaurant (1550 Lovers Lane, Ukiah) have recently tested Positive for COVID-19.
Public Health is prepared for the possibility of outbreaks due to increased close contact during
the summer months. Public Health still urges members of the public to exercise their best
judgment when choosing to attend events that might carry with them a higher risk of exposure
Investigations are underway to determine the extent that these individuals might have had
close contact with the public. Jensen’s Restaurant reported their two cases to Public Health,
and those individuals are currently in isolation. We appreciate Jensen’s and Frontier Days
efforts to find those who could be exposed, and Public Health only publishes their names since
we are unable to identify everyone in the public who could have been exposed.
Public Health Officers Dr. Andy Coren and Dr. Noemi Doohan would like to emphasize the
importance of staying home from work when exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19. Common
symptoms are fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Other symptoms may include chills,
muscle pain, headache, sore throat, fatigue, congestion, runny nose, nausea, vomiting,
diarrhea, or new loss of taste or smell.
We ask that the community stay vigilant and follow the guidance outlined by the California
Department of Public Health and Mendocino County Public Health. For more information about
COVID-19 vaccines, testing, and masking, contact the Mendocino County Public Health COVID19
Call Center at (707) 472-2759 or visit our website at: www.mendocinocounty.org/covid19.
Been working full time during all this nonsense and no one I work with has been ill. This is a flu. TB kills 1.4 million in 2019 and no one puts a mask on for that. I am so sick of hearing that someone had the flu! Your fear mongering and pandering makes me ill! And calling out businesses like this should be illegal! If someone is too scared to live a normal life, stay home! Live free or die on your knees.
Amen! Phony test for a phony pandemic. The article says the “cases” are in isolation but not that they are actually sick or hospitalized. As long as people keep dancing to the fearmongers’ pipe they’ll keep playing the same tune.
Oh wow, I can only hope and pray that your loved ones do not come down with this “fake” pandemic. Not just get sick but die because that is a real possibility.
I am thankful to know the names of businesses that have had employees exposed to Covid. It then gives me the choice of going there or not.