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COVID-19 Information

Covid 19 Hotline

Do you have concerns that you or a family member may have COVID-19? Please start by contacting the Quad County COVID-19 Hotline at Carson City Health and Human Services.

Phone: 775-434-1988

Monday - Friday, 8:30AM - 4:30PM

Carson Valley Medical Center Testing Clinic

Carson Valley Medical Center in south Gardnerville currently has a COVID-19 testing clinic for both symptomatic AND asymptomatic persons. Please call the clinic at (775) 782-1508 before actually going to the clinic. Clinic hours are Monday - Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. If you need to be tested on the weekend, you must go through the Carson Valley Medical Center Emergency Department. All major medical insurances can be billed. If you do not have medical insurance, you will receive a bill by mail. Please call the CVMC clinic for details as needed.  

Meal Services

Partnership Douglas County serving meals

School Nutrition Program is providing breakfast and lunch meals for students no matter the type of learning plan they are on. Our kitchens are open and serving meals for students on campus, are providing to-go meals for students on the hybrid plan, and will have meal pick-up available for the DNO students starting Monday August 24th.

Visit the Nutrition Services webpage for more information on how to apply for the free and reduced meal program, how to sign up for to-go meals, and how meal pick up will work for DNO students. If you have any questions about the School Nutrition Programs and school meals please call 775-782-7613."

Carson Valley Community Food Closet is open for regular service but will be asking customers to remain in their cars while volunteers gather food. In addition to their regular service, the Food Closet will be working with Backpack Buddies to provide their food bag of non-perishable food for seven meals over the weekend to families with school children.

Click to read the Governor's Declaration
Governor's Declaration
Covid 19 Resources
Barton Health Line

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A 24/7 Barton COVID-19 Health Line, 530.600.1999, has been established for the general public to call if experiencing symptoms of respiratory illness such as fever, coughing, sneezing, or shortness of breath. Health Line callers can ask questions and be scheduled for screening, testing and medical care at Barton’s referral-only respiratory screening center. This standalone facility was recently opened to provide a safe screening location, increasing access to services for those in need while minimizing exposure to others, if referred by a medical provider.

Barton Health Efforts to Prevent Covid-19 Community Spread

Barton Health Workplace, School, and Home Guidance