Stay Informed on the COVID-19 Situation

There are several websites for accurate, up-to-date information on COVID-19. The following is a list of sites: 

Alert LA CountyAlert LA County is a free mass notification system for Los Angeles County residents and businesses. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department uses Alert LA County to contact the public during a Countywide emergency, and in communities that they directly serve as the law enforcement agency. Alert LA County sends shelter-in-place instructions, evacuation, and other emergency messages. It has accessibility features for people with disabilities and others with access and functional needs. You can also select your preferred language for notifications.
California Coronavirus (COVID-19) ResponseA helpful website for Californians with information on: latest number of COVID-19 cases in California; latest COVID-19 news in California; help finding information and services on education, employment and taxes, financial help, health care, public spaces, and local information. There is also informational videos and toolkits.
California Department of Public Health (CDPH)Provides news releases on COVID-19, guidance documents, and printer friendly resources for California residents.
California Governor Gavin Newsom OfficeLearn about the actions taken to protect Californians from COVID-19, Executive Orders passed that affect our daily lives, and more. Follow “cagovernor” on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)Provides information on: the latest number of cases of COVID-19; what you need to know about COVID-19 and how to protect yourself; testing; travel health notices and guidance; updates from the President of the United States; as well as guidelines for preventing or addressing an outbreak for specific audiences (individuals, families, business, schools, professionals, etc.)
Coronavirus.govA website created by the CDC, White House and the Department of Health and Human Services on COVID-19: symptoms, who is at highest risk, what to do if you are sick, what is social distancing, specific resources for populations, updates on cases of coronavirus in the US and more.
County of Los Angeles
COVID-19 is affecting the operations of County facilities. Visit this web page for updates on County closures, cancellations and service modifications.
Environmental Protective Agency (EPA)Provides information to the public on cleaning products (disinfectants) for use against against SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19. EPA is providing information on drinking water and wastewater to provide clarity to the public.
Johns Hopkins University of Medicine, Coronavirus Resource CenterThis website is a resource to help advance the understanding of the virus, inform the public, and brief policymakers in order to guide a response, improve care, and save lives.
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LACDPH)Provides information to residents of Los Angeles County on COVID-19 such as: Frequently Asked Questions; What You Should Know; Cleaning Guidelines; and specific information for target audiences (schools, families, caregivers, pet owners, professionals, etc.)
Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric GarcettiNews updates for Los Angeles residents concerning COVID-19
U.S. Food & Drug AdministrationLatest COVID-19 information from the FDA
World Health Organization (WHO)Provides information to the public on COVID-19: what you need to know; how to protect yourself; FAQs; travel advice; educational videos; online training; latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak; and more.

By City

Below are cities that we serve* that provide COVID-19 updates and resources (financial, food, internet access, etc.) for their residents. Click on the city that you live in to access their website. Click here for additional contact information for cities in Los Angeles. *Please note: not all cities that we serve are listed as they may not have a website*

By School District

Search for the school district that your child and/or adolescent belong to for: COVID-19 related updates, helpful resources (food, mental health services, transportation, IEPs, and social media accounts) and more