Non-Residential Settings (including Worksites, Food Service Facilities, Places of Worship,
and Law Enforcement and Courts).
For Adult Day Care facilities, please visit the Adult Day Care B73 page.
Under Title 17, Section 2500, California Code of Regulations - all suspected outbreaks are reportable.
At least 3 cases with symptomatic or asymptomatic COVID-19 within a 14-day period who are epidemiologically linked, who do not share a household, and are not close contacts of each other outside of the outbreak site (except when housing or transportation is provided by the employer); OR at least 5% of the facility census are cases (symptomatic or asymptomatic), with a minimum of 5, within a 14-day period, and in the absence of identifiable epidemiological links.
NOTE: Epidemiologically linked cases include persons with identifiable connections to each other, such as being present the same setting during the same time period (e.g., same shift/department, same physical work area) within likely timing of exposure and without other more likely sources of exposure. Epidemiologic links indicate a higher likelihood of transmission of disease between cases compared to sporadic incidence. Cases sharing housing or transportation provided by the employer are evaluated as individual cases as employer-provided facilities are considered an extension of the worksite.A COVID-19 case is a person who:
Additional guidance and resources:
COVID-19 Core Information:
For up-to-date information on symptoms, transmission, period of infectiousness, contacts, and fully vaccinated persons please refer to the B73 COVID-19 Home Page.
HIGH PRIORITY OUTBREAKS
Contacts of Cases
Note: CDC does not recommend testing, symptom monitoring, or special management for people exposed to asymptomatic people with potential exposures to SARS-CoV-2 (i.e., "contacts of contacts"), these people are not considered exposed to SARS-CoV-2.
*Although Table 2. Requirements for Employees that are Close Contacts refers to non-outbreak settings, guidance can be followed in the same manner.
Cases to Exclude from Further Investigation:
Cases to Include in the Outbreak
Cases that are Not Outbreak Associated