Siskiyou County's confirmed coronavirus case count remains at six as of Sunday evening, the county's Public Health Department reported, and all six have recovered.

Siskiyou County's confirmed coronavirus case count remains at six as of Sunday evening, the county's Public Health Department reported, and all six have recovered.

1,398 people have been tested for COVID-19 as of May 25, officials said, of which 59 are still awaiting their results.

Fairchild Medical Center in Yreka is offering COVID-19 testing for local essential workers and remaining first responders beginning today at the hospital. Those who wish to be tested should call (530) 841-6287 to schedule an appointment.

Mountain Valleys Health Centers are offering drive up COVID-19 testing. Call (530)999-9010 for information. The next date is Thursday, May 28 at Butte Valley Health Center in Dorris.

Lassen Volcanic National Park

Lassen Volcanic National Park will once again welcome visitors on Friday.

"Lassen Volcanic National Park will increase access with the opening of the 30-mile park highway, Butte Lake road, Warner Valley road, and all hiking trails (except Bumpass Hell)," the park's website says.

The park's campgrounds, including Manzanita Lake, are not part of this first phase of reopening.

Lassen had hoped to reopen Memorial Day weekend, but Superintendent Jim Richardson said the park had not yet received approval for its reopening plan.

The national park has been closed due to the coronavirus since March 27.

What's opening

California on Monday announced that churches across the state can reopen with some restrictions.

Churches that reopen must limit attendance to 25% of the building’s maximum capacity, or up to 100 attendees, the California Department of Public Health said.

“Together, our actions have helped bend the curve and reduce infections in our state,” State Public Health Officer Dr. Sonia Angell said in a news release. “As more of us may be leaving our homes, keeping physical distance, wearing face coverings in public, and washing your hands frequently are more important than ever to help protect yourself and those around you.”

Still, the new guidelines for worship encourages religious institutions to continue online services and activities to protect those who are at risk and older adults.

Per the state Department of Health, for religious services and funerals to reopen they must:

Establish and implement a COVID-19 prevention plan for every location, train staff on the plan, and regularly evaluate workplaces for compliance.

Train employees and volunteers on COVID-19, including how to prevent it from spreading and which underlying health conditions may make individuals more susceptible to contracting the virus.

Implement cleaning and disinfecting protocols.

Set physical distancing guidelines.

Church staff members and guests also should be recommended to wear cloth face coverings. Too, the church should screen staff for temperature and symptoms at the beginning of their shifts.

In three weeks, state health officials will assess the impact of the religious services guidelines.

“This 21-day interval accounts for seven days for churches to prepare and reopen and an additional 14-day incubation period of COVID-19," the news release said.

Meanwhile, the existing guidelines for retailers that allowed for counties that got approval to reopen stores in their area now applies across the state.

Redding's Mt. Shasta Mall, opened May 18.

As of Monday, Butte County had reported one additional case bringing its total of confirmed COVID-19 cases to 35. 

None of the other counties had reported additional cases.

In far Northern California, here's where COVID-19 case totals stand, as of Monday afternoon:

Shasta County, 36 cases

Butte County, 35 cases

Glenn County, 12 cases

Siskiyou County, 6 cases

Colusa County, 5 cases

Plumas County, 4 cases

Tehama County, 3 cases

Trinity County, 1 case

Lassen County, 4 cases

Modoc County, no cases

What COVID-19 looks like in California

Statewide, the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases rose to 94,558 on Sunday, the California Department of Health said Monday.

California's death toll stands at 3,795 since the outbreak began.

Health-care workers made up 9,328 of California's confirmed cases, according to state health officials. Of that number, 50 have died. The number of deaths dropped by one based on verification data, health officials said.

Here's how California's coronavirus cases break down by age:

Age 0-17: 4,633

Age 18-49: 48,364

Age 50-64: 22,754

Age 65+: 18,670

Unknown/missing: 137

U.S. and global case numbers

As of 2 p.m. Monday, the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States was 1,657,441, according to Johns Hopkins University.

That number includes nearly 98,000 people who have died as a result of the virus, and more than 366,700 who have recovered from it.

Worldwide, the number of confirmed cases stood at 5.46 million.

Of that total, more than 344,700 people have died and nearly 2.2 million people have recovered.

David Benda covers business, development and anything else that comes up for the USA TODAY Network in Redding.