July 2, 2020 – By Larry Enrico, Board of Directors Member – Friends of the Library Announce GoFundMe Summer Campaign for Library Support The Mariposa County Friends of the Library have announced a GoFundMe Summer Campaign for Library Support that can be reached on-line at https://tinyurl.com/mcfol-summer2020.
The Mariposa County library system is faced with severe budget constraints, and the Friends of the Library are asking communities throughout the County for assistance with the first of a series of fundraising campaigns. *Without extra funding provided by the GoFundMe Campaign, it is likely that many of the branch libraries may be closed altogether, and the main library will have very limited hours. Your help is needed now!
To provide this much needed support, the Friends have started the first “Summer” GoFundMe campaign with an ambitious goal of $50,000. The Friends… Continue reading
From Mariposa County Public Health
24th positive case identified in Mariposa County.
– 59-year-old male
– This case is associated with the same workplace cluster as case 23, announced yesterday.
– This workplace is outside of Mariposa County.
The contact tracing investigation is underway.
21st positive case identified in Mariposa County.
This is a person-to-person case with the disease acquired at a hospital outside of Mariposa County.
Contact tracing has shown no contacts.
The individual is currently hospitalized outside of the Mariposa County.
For understanding, this case is not associated with cases #19 and #20, the two cases identified on 22 June 2020.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 22, 2020
TITLE: Two New Confirmed Cases of COVID-19
Mariposa County Health and Human Services Public Health Branch reports two additional positive COVID-19 cases in Mariposa County residents. The new cases are a married couple, both of whom are symptomatic. The female (age 79) is currently hospitalized while the male (age 80) is in home isolation. These two cases are believed to be a result of community transmission from Merced County. These cases were tested at John C. Fremont Hospital, where they interacted with eight employees, all of whom are being evaluated for exposure. In addition to the health care staff, the Contact Tracing team has identified an additional six local contacts and 28 contacts from outside of Mariposa County. The 28 contacts from outside the county were associated with a gathering in Mariposa County.… Continue reading