Information relating to COVID-19 is rapidly changing each day, and I want to provide the latest information to address your concerns.
Find information about the State’s efforts regarding COVID-19, the latest numbers, latest news, where to get help, and what you can do.
COVID-19 vaccination is one of the most important tools to end the COVID-19 pandemic. It is safe and will be free to everyone in California who wants it. Continue to wear a mask, wash your hands and keep physical distance from people outside of your household. When we reach community immunity, we can save lives, end this pandemic, and reopen California. For more information, call 1-833-422-4255.
FEMA has also established a helpful COVID-19 website.
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
Learn more about the efforts by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health regarding COVID-19.
Los Angeles County Testing Centers
The County of Los Angeles has established testing sites.
Los Angeles County Superior Court
Courts updates will be communicated through local court websites, as appropriate.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is providing COVID-19 updates on its website.
For local updates on how our communities in the 49th Assembly District are responding to COVID-19, you can turn to the following resources:
Mountain View School District
Valle Lindo School District
El Monte City School District
El Monte Union High School District
Rosemead School District
Temple City Unified School District
Arcadia Unified School District
San Marino Unified School District
San Gabriel Unified School District
Alhambra Unified School District
Montebello Unified School District
Los Angeles Unified School District
Garvey School District
Stop AAPI Hate Reporting Center
Hate against Asian American Pacific Islander communities has increased during the COVID-19 pandemic. In response, the API Legislative Caucus joined Asian Pacific Planning and Policy Council, Chinese for Affirmative Action and San Francisco State University Asian American Studies Department to launch the "Stop AAPI Hate Reporting Center" to collect and track incidents of anti-Asian American and Pacific Islander hate, violence and discrimination in California and throughout the country. These incidents will help inform future policy discussions.