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REGIONAL STAY AT Home Order Lifted
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, all of us have had to make difficult decisions about how we live our lives and help reduce the spread of the virus across our communities. The City of Azusa is committed to public safety and keeping the community informed. Please continue to follow public health experts' recommendations to avoid spreading COVID-19 including frequent handwashing, wearing a face covering, keeping a safe distance from one another, and complying with the most recent State and County Orders. For up-to-date Department of Public Health guidance, more information is available here. To stay informed on City-specific updates, residents may also tune in to the City Manager Update provided at the beginning of each City Council meeting and/or follow the City on Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram.
Regional Stay at Home Order Lifted: The State of California announced Monday 1/25/2021 that the Regional Stay at Home Order has been ended as a result of improvement of ICU projections throughout California. Counties will return to their appropriate tier under the Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Other state orders are still in place. Follow this link to the revised Los Angeles County Health Order established Friday, 1/29/21.
LA County and Azusa continue to remain in the most restrictive tier, purple.
People age 65 and Older Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccines: Los Angeles County residents who are 65 years old and older can now register for COVID-19 vaccination appointments. In addition to those 65+, priority for current vaccination is going to frontline health care workers and residents and staff at skilled nursing and long-term care facilities. Residents in this high-priority age group should visit the Los Angeles County website to schedule their appointments. Residents who don’t have computer access may call (833) 540-0473 between 8 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. for assistance with reservations.
The opening of appointment registration for a new tier comes as the County opens five large capacity vaccination sites across the County. The five established sites, which were chosen for their regional accessibility and their ability to handle large capacities of people.
Vaccinations are free, and available to all, regardless of immigration status or insurance coverage. For those who have insurance, coverage information may be requested as part of the appointment scheduling process.
Please visit our COVID-19 information page for the latest updates.
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