Funeral Assistance Program for Covid Victims
Johnson & Johnson ONE SHOT COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments Available
Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People
Education, Childcare, Food, Agriculture, First Responders and Law Enforcement ALL ELIGIBLE MARCH 1
As Public Health prepares to open up eligibility for the vaccine to three additional sectors starting on March 1 - education and childcare, food and agriculture, and first responders and law enforcement – the County is working with partners to address challenges in vaccinating the more than 1.8 million workers that will be eligible for vaccine. This includes partnering with schools, unions, businesses, healthcare providers and community partners to set up sector specific vaccination sites. Jurisdictions that have food production and other factories are planning to set up sites for workers to be vaccinated near their workplace. Many school districts are already partnering with providers to create vaccination sites for their workforce, and in some cases, for teachers and staff from other districts or other schools. Employers and unions are also working on plans to provide their workforce with the vaccine.
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City of L.A. Safer at Home Order
On March 19, 2020, the Mayor of Los Angeles has issued an order with respect to the Covid-19 health crisis. This updated order can be accessed here.
United States Supreme Court Ruling regarding California restrictions on Religious gatherings