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False information about the coronavirus continues to spread online. Check out updates from our trusted partners below for information on the coronavirus crisis that you can trust.
One Degree’s Community Resource Guide
One Degree’s COVID-19 Resource Guide is updated Monday – Friday by 2 PM. The resource guide is a collaborative effort between Cal State LA, Los Angeles Department of Health Services, One Degree, and other community organizations and members who are committed to the well-being and health of our community. The resource guide is available in English and Spanish.
LA Represents: Legal Assistance Initiative
The city of Los Angeles has announced a coalition of law offices, BAR associations and attorneys who will enhance their commitments to legal aid organizations in order to provide COVID-19 related legal services. Learn more here.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
On the CDC’s website you can find:
- Information on how to prevent sickness
- Helpful ways to take care of yourself when you’re sick
- Guidance for travel, school and work
Ca.gov: Covid-19 in California
On the state of California’s coronavirus website you can find:
- daily updates
- important government orders
- unemployment and disability benefits
- paid family leave
COVID-19 Guidance for Immigrant Californians
CA.gov’s COVID-19 website now includes a helpful guide for Immigrant Californians, available in multiple languages. Select your language and access the guide here.
Los Angeles County’s Department of Public Health
On the LA County Department of Public Health (DPH)’s website you can find:
- daily updates on the coronavirus crisis in LA County
- health orders
- tips on coronavirus prevention and spread
The LA County DPH also provides a daily coronavirus update on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/countyofla/
The City of Los Angeles’ Coronavirus Website
The City of Los Angeles’ coronavirus website has information on:
- coronavirus testing and registration
- local orders
- updates on what the City of LA is doing to manage the crisis