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For Immediate Release:

On Friday, March 15, 2020, Rohnert Park Mayor, Joe Callinan, issued the following statement:

”A Rohnert Park Health Center employee has tested positive for novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The employee is in self-quarantine. The Health Center is identifying and notifying anyone who might have come in close contact with them, including patients and staff. We applaud the Rohnert Park Health Center for being forthright and transparent in sharing this information in a timely manner. Another individual associated with the patient has Coronavirus test results that are pending; this person is also self-quarantined and without symptoms.

“On behalf of the City of Rohnert Park, we want to share our concern and send our good thoughts to the employee who tested positive and to their family. Our concern extends to all who may have had contact with the employee as well as our entire community. 

“To reduce the spread of the Coronavirus, we encourage all residents to follow the guidance provided by health authorities. This includes frequent hand-washing, social distancing, and staying home when you feel sick. For additional suggestions and information, please go to www.socoemergency.org” or dial 211 for more information or assistance.”

Prior to our knowledge of this case and following the direction of the County Health Officer, the City of Rohnert Park yesterday, March 13, suspended all recreation classes, activities, and programs. This includes all private rentals of City facilities and performances at the Spreckels Performing Arts Center. We have closed the following City facilities until further notice:

  • Rohnert Park Community Center
  • Rohnert Park Senior Center
  • Callinan Sports and Fitness Center
  • Honeybee Pool
  • Gold Ridge Recreation Building
  • Burton Avenue Recreation Center
  • Ladybug Recreation Building

Visit www.rpcity.org/PreventTheSpread for closure updates.

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Key reporter: Tyler Silvy from the Press Democrat


Declaración del Alcalde Joe Callinan Sobre el Coronavirus en Rohnert Park Rohnert Park, CA Marzo 15 10 a.m.

“Un empleado del Centro de Salud Rohnert Park ha dado positivo por un nuevo coronavirus (COVID-19). El empleado está en cuarentena. El Centro de Salud está identificando y notificando a cualquier persona que pueda haber estado en contacto cercano con ellos, incluidos los pacientes y el personal. Aplaudimos al Rohnert Park Health Center por ser franco y transparente al compartir esta información de manera oportuna. Otro individuo asociado con el paciente tiene resultados de prueba de Coronavirus que están pendientes; esta persona también está en cuarentena y sin síntomas”. 

“En nombre de la ciudad de Rohnert Park, queremos compartir nuestra preocupación y enviar nuestros buenos pensamientos al empleado que dio positivo y a su familia. Nuestra preocupación se extiende a todos los que pudieron haber tenido contacto con el empleado, así como a toda nuestra comunidad”. 

“Para reducir la propagación del Coronavirus, alentamos a todos los residentes a seguir la guía proporcionada por las autoridades de salud. Esto incluye lavarse las manos con frecuencia, distanciarse socialmente y quedarse en casa cuando se siente enfermo. Para sugerencias e información adicional, visite www.socoemergency.org "o marque 211 para obtener más información o asistencia”. 

Antes de nuestro conocimiento de este caso y siguiendo las instrucciones del Oficial de Salud del Condado, la ciudad de Rohnert Park ayer, 13 de marzo, suspendió todas las clases, actividades y programas de recreación. Esto incluye todos los alquileres privados de instalaciones y actuaciones de la Ciudad en el Centro de Artes Escénicas Spreckels. Hemos cerrado las siguientes instalaciones de la ciudad hasta nuevo aviso: 

  • Centro comunitario de Rohnert Park
  • Centro para personas mayores de Rohnert Park
  • Centro deportivo y de fitness Callinan
  • Piscina Honeybee
  • Edificio de recreación Gold Ridge
  • Centro de recreación Burton Avenue
  • Edificio de recreación Ladybug 

Rohnert Park Department of Public Safety
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Rohnert Park, CA 94928

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 707-584-2600

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