Let’s fight for our communities. Stay home and stop the spread. Stay safe by celebrating only with people you live with.
Technology helps make real connections, even while we are apart. Plan online holiday celebrations. Hang out with your friends and loved ones on the phone or on video call this year to reduce your risk of getting COVID.
It won’t be the same as being together in person, but you can still make dinner, open gifts, celebrate and give thanks.
This reduces your risk of catching or spreading covid, take time to celebrate the holidays just with the people who live in your home.
Help keep family and loved ones safe by attending religious services on a video call or recording instead of in person.
You can still give presents – just order online and have them shipped to your loved ones home.
This holiday season, stay home whenever you can except for essential needs like getting food, medical care, or going to work.
that covers your nose, mouth and chin when outside your home.
Stay away from indoor and outdoor spaces where it’s hard to stay 6 feet away from others.
Stay at least 6 feet from others who don’t live with you, especially when you’re talking, eating or drinking.
often and clean frequently touched items regularly.
If you are sick, or have been in close contact with someone with COVID-19 or who thinks they have COVID-19, stay home away from others and get tested.
Need a primary care doctor? Call LA County Health Services (844)-804-0055
LA County has made extra resources available around the holidays as we fight COVID-19 together.
Ask your doctor or follow the links below for information on free food, housing, healthcare and more:COVID-19 Testing Services Food Near You Get a Flu Shot How To Isolate at Home*
*For those who were exposed, are symptomatic or test positive for COVID-19
For more information on housing available through the holidays, financial assistance, immigration resources, childcare, and more, CALL211 or visit 1degree.org.
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Testing is free, regardless of immigration status.
If you think you have symptoms or have been in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID, LA County has made it easy to get tested.
Things to remember before you get tested: