How to Find Out What Your County Has to Offer
California is a state divided into 58 counties. These counties are responsible for providing services to residents of the state, such as health care, education, and law enforcement. The basic provisions of county government are contained in the California Constitution and the Government Code. A county is the largest political subdivision of the state, and is vested with several powers by the state legislature. California counties vary in size and organizational structure.
There are a number of ways to find out what your county has to offer. First, you can use a California county map to find out more about the county you live in. In addition to maps, you can also check out aerial photos of the county you live in. After looking at aerial photography, you can then return to a map of California to see what each county has to offer.
The CDC provides interactive maps that show the risk levels for California counties. The map includes data from hospitals and public health departments, so you can see if your county has a high or low risk of COVID infection. The CDC also encourages people to get COVID vaccinations if they are concerned.
The CDC recommends wearing a face mask when entering indoor public places. However, there is no federal mandate. On Friday, Alameda County reinstated its indoor mask mandate. The CDC updates its community transmission levels each Thursday.