RCPH jurisdiction is in the "LOW" risk category.

Recommendations and Resources


General Recommendations:


Local Data


Click each graph to enlarge the image. Updated as of 12.05.2022 at 12:42 p.m.

RCPH Covid vaccine percentages

Click each graph to enlarge the image. Updated as of 12.05.2022 at 12:54 p.m.

What to Do if You Are Sick



Where You Can Get Tested


  • For local testing, see COVID-19 Testing Centers. Note these are subject to change so please check in advance of going to a site.
  • ​For Statewide private and community testing sites:
  • For more information on at home tests, see CDC Self Testing.
  • What should I do after I get tested?
    • While you wait for your COVID-19 test results, continue to take steps to keep yourself and others safe. Follow recommendations to self-isolate and self-monitor in order to protect yourself and your community from COVID-19.


What to Do if You Test Positive


  • ​Isolate at home
  • Identify and notify your close contacts
    • Tell them you have tested positive and that they should start wearing a mask anytime they are around others inside their home or indoors in public.
    • Please see What to Do If You Were Exposed to COVID-19 for additional information. 
  • Notify those who need to know such as your workplace, school, and daycare.
  • You do not need to be tested again if you have recently had a positive test. Your test may be positive for many weeks after you recover. You do not need a negative test to stop isolating.
  • Please note, due to the recent surge in cases, you may not receive a call from the health department regarding your positive COVID-19 test. Please follow the guidelines above and contact your local health department if you have questions. Click here to submit your question via email.


What to Do if You Are Exposed