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Updated: June 14, 2021

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Beyond the Blueprint – What Will California Look Like After June 15?

California is preparing to get back to normal. On June 15, capacity and distancing restrictions will be lifted for most businesses and activities. Large-scale indoor events will have a vaccination or negative test requirements for attendees through at least October 1.

What Will California Look Like After June 15?

Everyday Life 

California plans to fully reopen the economy on June 151. Everyday life will feel a lot like before covid-19. Restaurants, shopping malls, movie theaters, and most everyday places2 will be open as normal with no capacity limits or social distancing required. Of course, anyone can wear a mask anytime they’d like, especially around children and others who are vulnerable or not yet eligible for vaccination. All Californians will continue to follow state masking guidelines as well as state and CDC travel guidelines. 

Mega Events 

Some public health measures will remain for mega-events, which include 5,000+ people indoors or 10,000+ outdoors. Think concerts, sporting events, festivals, and conventions. Mega-events are at high risk for spreading covid-19 because they attract people from around the world, and people gather in crowds. Indoor mega-event attendees will be required to confirm proof of vaccination or negative covid-19 status to attend. Outdoor mega-event attendees will be strongly encouraged to do so. 

What’s Next?

California will keep a close eye on covid-19 vaccination and infection rates over the summer and keep these guidelines in place until at least October 1, 2021. Click here to review the State of California's Blueprint for a Safer Economy.

 

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Vaccines available for anyone age 12 and over:

COVID-19 Vaccine appointments are free and available to anyone 12 and older living or working in Los Angeles County! No health insurance is required and there will be no questions about immigration status. Minors age 12-17 require a consent form. Learn More

How to Get Vaccinated in Los Angeles County:

1.) You can just show up at a County-run site during operating hours to get vaccinated, OR
 2.) Book an appointment for you or someone else on MyTurn.ca.gov. Your first and second dose appointments will be confirmed and you won’t need to register at the site.
 

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COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Information

Vaccines made by Pfizer, Moderna, and Janssen/Johnson & Johnson (J&J) are now available in Los Angeles County. Key facts about the COVID-19 vaccines:

  • The COVID-19 vaccine is free for everyone, regardless of their immigration status. It is being offered to different groups in phases.
  • If you are age 12 - 17 and are eligible to be vaccinated, look for a vaccination site that offers the Pfizer vaccine. (The Moderna vaccine can only be given to people age 18 years and older). 
  • If you need an appointment for a second dose, only make an appointment at a location that is offering the same vaccine as your 1st dose.
  • For information on what to expect after you get a vaccine, CLICK HERE

Residents who do not have access to a computer with the internet or residents with disabilities may call (833) 540-0473 between 8 a.m.- 8:30 p.m. for assistance scheduling appointments. Please do not call the LA County COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline or 2-1-1 for appointment scheduling if you are able to access and use the appointment website.

Updates as of April 25, 2021:
CDC Recommends Use of Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine Resume

CDC and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommend use of Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen (J&J/Janssen) COVID-19 Vaccine resume in the United States, after a temporary pause. Reports of adverse events following the use of J&J/Janssen vaccine suggest an increased risk of a rare adverse event called thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS). Nearly all reports of this serious condition, which involves blood clots with low platelets, have been in adult women younger than 50 years old.

Link to CDC's Johnson & Johnson/Janssen Vaccine Information

 

 

COVID-19 Symptoms & Testing:

What is COVID-19?

COVID-19 is a respiratory illness that typically causes mild to moderate illness, like the common cold, but can lead to dangerous complications. The virus that causes COVID-19 is a novel coronavirus that was first identified during an investigation into an outbreak in Wuhan, China and is now infecting people around the world.

COVID-19 Symptoms

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Symptoms may also include: chills, muscle or body pain, fatigue, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, congestion or runny nose, or new loss of taste or smell. This list of symptoms is not all inclusive. Please consult your medical provider for any other symptoms that are severe or concerning to you.

When To Seek Emergency Medical Attention

Look for emergency warning signs* for COVID-19. If someone is showing any of these signs, seek emergency medical care immediately:
● Trouble breathing
● Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
● New confusion
● Inability to wake or stay awake
● Pale, gray, or blue-colored skin, lips, or nail beds, depending on skin tone

*This list is not all possible symptoms. Please call your medical provider for any other symptoms that are severe or concerning to you. Call 911 or call ahead to your local emergency facility: Notify the operator that you are seeking
care for someone who has or may have COVID-19.

 

How to Get Tested for COVID-19

Testing still plays an important role in reducing the spread of COVID-19. Free COVID-19 testing is available to all Los Angeles County residents at drive-up and walk-up testing sites. Appointments are currently not needed and you are able to register on-site at LA County and City of LA testing sites. Appointments can still be made and can help reduce wait times.

Testing is currently recommended if you:
● Have symptoms of COVID-19.
● Were asked by LA County Department of Public Health to get a test because of a contact tracing or outbreak investigation.
● Were in “close contact” with someone who has COVID-19 in the past 2 weeks.
● Work or live in places such as skilled nursing facilities, group homes, residential care facilities, correctional facilities or homeless shelters.
● Are a person experiencing homelessness.
● Are an essential worker with frequent contacts with the public in the following areas: health care, emergency, food and grocery services, factory workers in food and retail, public transportation, and education.
● Don't have symptoms but believe you may be infected now because you were exposed to people who were sick, were around many people who were not wearing face coverings, and/or were not keeping safe distance in the past 2 weeks.

Book your COVID-19 Test       LA County Home Test Collection Program

 

For more information about getting tested, please visit the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health’s testing information page:

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COVID-19 Data:

LA County Data

LA County Daily COVID-19 Data
through 6:00pm 04/05/2021

- New Cases Reported (04/06)* = 406


- Total Cases Reported* = 1,222,778
*including cases reported by Long Beach and Pasadena Health Departments


- New Deaths Reported (04/06) = 23
 

- Total Deaths Reported = 23,292


- Total Doses Administered = 4,013,521 (AS OF 3/27/2021) | Second Doses: 1,323,686

LA County Reopening Information:

L.A. County Qualifies for Yellow Tier Threshold

Los Angeles County has met the threshold for the less restrictive yellow tier in the State's Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Every county in California is assigned to a tier based on its positivity rate, adjusted case rate, and health equity metric.

A revised Los Angeles County Health Officer Order was issued on Friday May 14 at 12:01 a.m. to reflect newly permitted activities. Below, you’ll find a breakdown of what LA County’s new tier status means for businesses and their customers:


For more information on LA County’s Reopening Process, visit the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health’s Website.

 

 

Things You Can Do

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Safer at Home Order

Know how to keep yourself and others safe as LA County begins to reopen - lives depend on our choices and actions to stop the spread of COVID-19. 

Go HERE for information regarding the phased approach to reopening LA County Safely.

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Request a COVID-19 Test

If you are seeking to be tested for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) complete this online form to see if you are eligible.

You can also connect with COVID-19 related resources and information by dialing 2-1-1 or searching our online database.

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If you have been the victim of or witness to an act of violence, bullying, harassment, threat, or other act motivated by hate, please fill out the Hate Incident Report Form or dial 2-1-1 to file a report and be connected to support services. 

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