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Last reviewed 3/31/21

These are other resources that we recommend you use for information about COVID-19:

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

The CDC's COVID-19 website provides up to date information on the novel coronavirus with a map of reported cases in the United States. Topics include:

  • How to protect yourself
  • What to do if you are sick
  • Symptoms
  • Self-check symptoms
  • People at increased risk (elderly, pre-existing conditions, pregnancy, etc.)
  • Should you get tested?
  • Daily life (at home, going out, traveling, stress/coping)
  • Healthcare & public health (for healthcare professionals, labs, health departments)

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LACDPH)

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has a new COVID-19 Data Dashboard that provides daily updates, data trends, and graphs. The LACDPH website also has an "Information" section, with guidance in English, Spanish and other languages, for the following:

  • Businesses and Employees
  • Community Services and Organizations
  • Congregate Settings
  • Homeless Services
  • Food Service
  • Healthcare and First Responders
  • Public Service
  • Individuals, Families, and Specific Groups
  • Schools, Universities, Early Care and Education
  • Correctional and Detention Facilities
  • Other guidances

The City of Los Angeles: Coronavirus Updates

The City of Los Angeles has set up a special website for Coronavirus Updates. It provides up-to-date information on what actions the city has taken to help stop the spread of the virus and the process of reopening.

For information about the Los Angeles Safer at Home Emergency Order issued by Mayor Garcetti and details on reopenings, visit the Safer at Home FAQs page.

For information about COVID-19 testing, visit the City of Los Angeles COVID-19 Testing page.

The California Meals Programs for Seniors and At-Risk Adults

The State of California has a Home Meals for Seniors program for older and other at-risk adults with meal delivery. Residents may be eligible for one of these programs but not both.

World Health Organization

The World Health Organization (WHO) continuously monitors and responds to the outbreak worldwide. Their Question & Anwers page is updated as more information becomes available on how it spreads and is affecting people worldwide.

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