COVID-19 Updates (Updated April 14, 2021 - 4:00 p.m.)Weekly COVID Report

San Joaquin County moves to Red Tier 2, which is substantial, effective April 7, 2021. Red Arrow

      1.  Equitable vaccine availability; and
      2. Consistently low burden of disease.
  • State Blueprint for a Safer Economy - updated April 13, 2021
    • Business & Sectors Activities Chart allowed under each Tier
    • Gatherings, private events and indoor seated live events and performances allowed with restrictions effective April 15, 2021 Red Arrow
  • April 12, 2021, COVID-19 Weekly Update for State, San Joaquin County, and the City of Stockton (Printable PDF of graphic on the right.)


COVID-19 Testing 

To remain in the Red Tier and move forward to less restrictive Tiers (Orange and Yellow), testing is essential.

Testing is being offered at a number of locations throughout San Joaquin County and by healthcare providers throughout San Joaquin County.  



Kaiser Permanente Mass Vaccination site will open at the Stockton Arena on April 7 to Kaiser members and the public. 

Vaccination Eligibility

Medical Experts Endorse the COVID-19 Vaccine

  • Effective April 1, 2021 - Anybody 50+ is authorized as vaccines are available. 
  • Effective April 12, 2021 - Anybody 18+ is authorized as vaccines are available. Red Arrow 
  • Effective April 15, 2021 - Anybody 16+ is authorized as vaccines are available. Red Arrow

Everyone who is interested in receiving a vaccination should signup through the State of California website at My Turn - Vaccine Interest Sign-up form.  You will be notified when you are eligible to receive a vaccination and be offered the opportunity to schedule a vaccination through the State's website.


The Centers for Disease Control has prepared information about what you can expect to do once you are fully vaccinated

Note: State Guidance applies even if you have been fully vaccinated.


Business Operations

Outdoors only with modifications

Indoors with modifications



Controlling the Spread of COVID-19

To slow the spread of the virus, please continue to:

  • Wear a face covering when in public;
  • Wash your hands regularly - with soap and water;
  • Covering coughs and sneezes (into elbow, not hands);
  • Physically distancing, of at least 6 feet, from those who are not members of your household;
  • Do not mix or gather with people outside of your household; and
  • Get vaccinated!


City Parks

City parks are available for passive use, which includes walking, biking, running, etc. Please follow current State requirements, including, masking and physical distancing.

  • Playground Guidelines Flyer - English
  • Playground Guidelines Flyer - Spanish


COVID Questions for the City of Stockton


External Links

State of California Blueprint for a Safer Economy - Regional Stay Home Order

San Joaquin County Office of Emergency Services -

San Joaquin County Public Health

San Joaquin County Public Health Services -

San Joaquin County Public Health Services -

City of Stockton Facebook -

City of Stockton Twitter -

Stockton Police Facebook -

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Stockton Fire Facebook -



This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 4/14/2021