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5/27/2020 | LA County Road to Recovery Guidance

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http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/guidances.htm


 5/26/2020 | Reopening Safer at Work and in the Community Order | LA Public Health Department

The County of Los Angeles issued an UPDATED REOPENING SAFER AT WORK AND IN THE COMMUNITY FOR CONTROL OF COVID-19 MOVING THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES THROUGH STAGE 2 OF CALIFORNIA'S PANDEMIC RESILIENCE ROADMAP. 

View the order here.

View Social Distancing Protocal for Businesses here

ADDITIONAL PROTOCOLS INDUSTRY SPECIFIC

Retail Businesses Opening for In Person Shopping Protocol (05.26.20) (translation pending) English | Spanish | Traditional Chinese | Simplified Chinese | Korean

Warehousing, Manufacturing, Logistics Protocol (05.13.20) (translation pending) English

Office-Based Worksites Protocol (05.26.20) (translations pending) English | Spanish | Farsi

Shopping Center Operators Protocol (05.26.20) (translations pending) English | Spanish

Places of Worship Protocol (05.26.20) (translations pending) English


5/6/2020 | Public Health Unveils Five-Stage Recovery Roadmap

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As recovery planning continues, Public Health is issuing a five-stage roadmap to recovery roadmap to recovery that describes a phased approach to relaxing select directives of the Safer at Home Order and a reopening process for certain business sectors. LA County is currently in stage one of the Safer at Home recovery stage. However, the County anticipates beginning stage two as soon as Friday, May 8 by allowing florists and some retailers to offer curbside pickup. Car dealerships, golf courses and trails can also open with appropriate safeguards in place. Physical distancing and infection control protocols must be adhered to and cloth facing coverings must be worn. Later next week additional restrictions will be lifted to include many retailers, manufacturers, and other recreational facilities. The next three stages include the potential opening in phases of higher-risk businesses like movie theaters, schools, colleges and universities, followed by conventions and spectator events, to finally normal operations. Each sector will have safe reopening protocols that must be adhered to.

Until final stage five is reached, Health Officer Orders and directives will still continue to ensure that we slow the spread of COVID-19 to prevent an overwhelming surge of COVID-19 cases at healthcare facilities. Physical distancing, wearing cloth face coverings, frequent hand washing, self-isolation and self-quarantine will continue to be very important throughout the foreseeable future. People who have underlying health conditions will still be at much greater risk for serious illness from COVID-19, so it will continue to be very important for the County's vulnerable residents to stay at home as much as possible, to have groceries and medicine delivered, and to know to call their providers immediately if they have even mild symptoms.

 An interactive dashboard is available that provides an overview on COVID-19 testing, cases and deaths along with maps and graphs showing testing, cases and death data by community poverty level, age, sex and race/ethnicity. To view Public Health's COVID-19 Surveillance Dashboard, visit: http://dashboard.publichealth.lacounty.gov/covid19_surveillance_dashboard/ .

Additional things you can do to protect yourself, your family and your community are on the Public Health website, www.publichealth.lacounty.gov.

Read ROAD TO RECOVERY Document Here.

 

Where can I get tested? 

The link below provides the latest information for Drive Up Mobile Testing Sites in the LA County. 

 https://covid19.lacounty.gov/testing/

 


 UPDATED 4/10/2020

 

SAFER AT HOME ORDER | COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

The County of Los Angeles issued an UPDATED Safer at Home” order to further control the spread of COVID-19.  LA County’s Safer at Home order has been extended to May 15th.

 View the order here.


LOS ANGELES COUNTY LAUNCHES NEW INTERACTIVE DIGITAL DASHBOARDS, CONNECTING RESIDENTS TO LATEST UPDATES ON COVID-19 IMPACTS

Los Angeles County launched several new digital tools today to help residents access up-to-date information about the COVID-19 pandemic. A suite of new interactive maps and dashboards are now live on the County website, providing—in one place—a digital hub for updates about virus case counts, emergency proclamations, and information regarding openings and closures for parks, recreation sites, and schools throughout Los Angeles County. 

 Four new dashboards are now available (covid19.lacounty.gov/dashboards): 

 


 

SAFER AT HOME ORDER | COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

The County of Los Angeles issued an order called “Safer at Home” to further control the spread of COVID-19. The order includes a temporary prohibition of all events and gatherings of 10 people or more as well as the closure of non-essential businesses and areas. The order goes into effect at midnight on March 19, 2020.

The prohibition on events of over 10 people will stay in effect until April 19, 2020. For events of 2-9 people, the order requires that folks practice social distancing by staying 6 ft. apart, provide access to hand washing facilities with soap and water and post a sign at the entry of the venue asking people to not enter if they have experienced any respiratory symptoms, fever, or cough.

This health order requires the closure of indoor malls, shopping centers, playgrounds, and all other non-essential businesses

 View the order here.

NOTICE TO LOS ANGELES COUNTY BUSINESSES

In accordance with the L.A. County and Governor Gavin Newsom, all gyms, bars/clubs, theaters & entertainment & restaurants will be closed. Restaurants will be allowed to sell food for takeout/delivery only. Restrictions will be in effect until further notice.

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HEALTH OFFICER ORDER

Please read the Health Officer Order for the Control of COVID-19 that was issued on March 16, 2020 by the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health.

Please note section 3 of the order is effective immediately and applies to all permanent food facilities. See below.

Section 3 - COVID-19

 Section 3 - COVID-19