Updated 5.22.20 at 6:30 PM
The County of Los Angeles has issued a Safer at Home Order (revised 5/13) that applies to all of LA County. The revised order issued on 5/13 provides for limited re-opening of certain businesses and recreational facilities identified in Stage 2 of the LA County Roadmap to Recovery. While the Safer at Home order remains in effect, LA County residents are still required to stay at home as much as possible except to conduct essential activities.
The City of Hermosa Beach is supporting trusted resources such as the Center for Disease Control and LA County Department of Public Health who are monitoring and leading response efforts by helping to share information and resources available to the public regarding Coronavirus, aka COVID-19. We are closely monitoring updates and information provided by these sources and will continue to provide updates to the community.
Are you in need of assistance?
Get support from a group of local South Bay residents who have organized themselves and are ready to tend to the needs of the community. Volunteers have been trained by Beach Cities Health District to ensure safety in fulfilling needs and can help with grocery, pharmacy, calls of comfort and other needs.
Please fill out the assistance form put together by Hermosa Volunteers or call the Beach Cities Health District at 310.374.3426 extension 256 - available 8:30 AM to 5 PM seven days a week.
- City of Hermosa Beach Daily COVID-19 Update for 3.24.20
- Handout: What does the Safer At Home Order mean for you?
- Alert South Bay - Joint Information Center Message for 3.24.20
- The California Governor has issued a STAY AT HOME ORDER statewide effective 3/19/20 beginning 11:59 PM until further notice.
- The County of Los Angeles has issued a SAFER AT HOME ORDER that applies to all of LA County effective beginning 11:59 PM on 3/19/20. Read the order from LA County Public Health.
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- List of Cancelled, Closed or Postponed Events, Programs, and Facilities
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The Hermosa Beach City School District has added a page on their website to provide parents and students with information and updates related to Coronavirus.
LA County Department of Public Health Press Release - two new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in LA County.
LA County Department of Public Health Press Release - one new case of COVID-19 confirmed in LA County.
LA County Department of Public Health Press Release - Four new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in LA County