Coronavirus Update

April 19, 2021

The last day for COVID-19 testing on LTCC’s campus is Friday, April 23 at 1:30pm. Drive-up testing will then be available at the Lake Tahoe Airport beginning Tuesday, April 27. Testing hours at the airport will be Tuesday through Saturday 8am-4pm, closed for lunch from 12pm-1pm. Appointments are recommended but not required. Register online at Logistic Health Inc.'s website, or call 888-713-6111.


El Dorado County Moves to Orange Tier

Effective April 7, El Dorado County is in the less restrictive Orange Tier, moving from the more restrictive Red Tier that it has operated under since early March 2021. Gov. Gavin Newsom also announced that June 15 is the target date for California to fully reopen, which it will be able to do as long as current COVID case trends continue. 

Under the Orange Tier, restaurants will be able to operate indoors at 50% capacity, gyms can open at 25% capacity, retailers can open fully with modifications, and movie theaters can reopen at 50% capacity.

To see how the new tier level affects business operations and what tiers California’s counties are currently in, visit the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy website.  

Visit El Dorado County’s Health and Human Services website for the latest press releases and information about the county’s status. For information about COVID cases and deaths in El Dorado, use the county’s interactive COVID-19 dashboard.


Symptoms & Prevention

Any resident of South Lake Tahoe, Meyers, Stateline, Zephyr Cove, and other nearby communities who are showing symptoms including fever, cough, shortness of breath, or unusual muscle aches, should call Barton Hospital’s Health Line at (530) 600-1999.

Help flatten the curve and save lives! Please:

  • Maintain physical distancing measures when outside your home. Keep a distance of at least 6 feet between yourself and others at all times.
  • Continue good hygiene practices. Wash your hands frequently with soap and hot water, use tissues that you throw immediately away for coughs and sneezes, avoid sick people, and keep your hands away from your face.
  • If you do not feel well, stay at home.
  • Minimize or eliminate mixing with non-household members.

Complete information from local, state and federal entities about COVID-19, updates on confirmed cases, and information about how to prevent the spread of the virus can be found on LTCC's main Coronavirus Information webpage.