Stay Informed: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
COVID-19 Aid Delivered to CA-35 to Date: $579 Million
State and Local COVID-19 Vaccine Plans
The first COVID-19 vaccines are being distributed across California to frontline healthcare workers and long-term care residents. Over the coming months, the state and county public health departments will develop and adhere to vaccination distribution strategies. To find out more information about these plans, visit one of the resources below.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is responding to an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). With new information surrounding the global outbreak of the coronavirus developing every day, it’s more important now than ever to prepare and stay informed. The only thing that spreads faster is misinformation, so take a look below to learn how you can take preventative measures to keep your family and loved ones safe and healthy.
Federal, State, and Local Coronavirus Resource Sites
CDC: Get the Facts About Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Find additional Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidance in multiple languages below:
211 Resource Hotline
211 is a critical hotline that connects individuals in need to available community resources. Those impacted by the Coronavirus can dial 211 at any time during the day to receive assistance.
211 Los Angeles County
Dial 211 or text COVID to 52211.
211 San Bernardino County
Dial 211 or text your zip code to 898211.
Testing for Coronavirus
Testing and contact tracing is a key component of mitigating the spread of Coronavirus. New testing sites continue to be added in both Los Angeles and San Bernardino Counties for residents who believe they have been exposed to the virus. Testing sites in both counties can be found here.
The Coronavirus continues to spread in California and throughout the rest of the country. Click on each of the links below to see county-by-county cases in our region: