As LA County reopens, make sure to get tested if you are feeling sick. COVID-19 testing is free, easy, and available at a site near you.
Find a free testing site today! Call 211 or visit covidhelpla.org
As more people get vaccinated, there are more signs of hope.
If you are not fully vaccinated, it's important to get tested if you've been exposed to COVID-19 or feel sick.
Testing is free, regardless of immigration or insurance status. Call 211 or visit covidhelpla.org
As more people get vaccinated in LA County, COVID-19 testing is still an essential tool to fight the virus and protect us all.
COVID-19 testing is:
✅ and available widely!
To learn more about testing visit covidhelpla.org or call your doctor. If you don’t have a doctor, you can call 211 ➡️
The pandemic hasn’t been easy. To protect our community and ourselves, as vaccines roll out, testing still matters!
Call 211 or visit covidhelpla.org to learn more about free testing.
COVID numbers have been decreasing - schools and businesses are reopening, let's continue to do our part.
Remember, COVID testing is free, regardless of immigration status or insurance. Call 211 or visit covidhelpla.org to get tested!
To keep COVID-19 from spreading in our communities as more people get vaccinated, it's important to get tested!
If you need a COVID-19 test, there are free, convenient options available! Call 211 or visit covidhelpla.org to learn more ⬇️
Spring is here – but the risk of spreading COVID-19 in our communities is still real.
With holidays, vacations and many businesses re-opening, it's still important to get tested as vaccines roll out.
Call 211 or visit covidhelpla.org to find a free testing site near you!
You can get a free COVID test right in your neighborhood at local churches, libraries or parks through our partnership with LA County.
Learn more about free community testing today ➡️ covid19.lacounty.gov/testing
COVID-19 numbers are going down, let's continue to protect our elders and our communities. Let's do our part together, remember:
➡️Get tested if you have any symptoms
➡️Wear a mask
➡️Keep social distancing
Learn more. Free testing is available. Call 211 or visit covid19.lacounty.gov
As more COVID-19 vaccines become available, we can all do our part to protect loved ones. Get tested if you have symptoms or think you may have been in contact with someone with COVID-19. Learn more at covid19.lacounty.gov
Getting tested for COVID-19 can help protect your loved ones. By getting tested and isolating when needed, we can stop a bigger outbreak. Find free testing sites in your community. Call 211 or visit covid19.lacounty.gov/testing
Do you think you have been in contact with someone with COVID-19? You can now walk up and get tested for free at most LA County testing site, no appointment needed. Find the closest site to you. Call 211 or visit covid19.lacounty.gov/testing.
Feeling sick or worried about an exposure to COVID-19? Please remember to wear a mask, isolate, and get tested immediately! You can get tested at a Church near you - no appointment needed! Learn more: www.aacec-cal.org/covid19testing
As more vaccines become available, testing can help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. And getting tested has now become easier. Black Churches all over LA County will be hosting mobile sites to provide free tests.
Find the location closest to you ➡️ www.aacec-cal.org/covid19testing
#COVID19 hasn't been easy for any of us. We are all in this together. LA County is offering free #COVID19 testing now. You can go walk or drive up. Visit covid19.lacounty.gov or call 211 to make an appointment!
COVID-19 testing is free, regardless of immigration or insurance status. You can walk-up & get tested at select sites! Even if you don’t have a doctor or insurance, visit covid19.lacounty.gov/testing or call 211 for information on how to get a free test today.
Testing negative for COVID-19 isn't a reason to stop protecting yourself and others:
✅Continue to practice social distancing
✅Wear a mask
✅ Wash your hands often
And remember, a negative test does NOT mean it is safe to gather with people outside your household!
If you have symptoms or have been exposed to COVID-19, it's easy to get tested for free:
☎️ Call your doctor first to decide if you need a test.
💬 If you don’t have a doctor, call 211 or text 52-11 to find a testing site near you.
🖥 Click the link below for more information on free testing!
What to know about COVID testing:
✅Free tests are available, regardless of immigration status
✅Drive-through and walk-up sites are available
✅A test does not protect you from getting COVID-19
To register for a test: Call your doctor first. If you do not have one, call 211 or click here: COVIDhelpLA.org
As COVID cases rise, it's important to stay safe. If you have symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who has COVID, free testing is available county-wide.
Remember, a test will not protect you from getting COVID, but it will help you make healthy choices!
Uber and Lyft are providing free rides to vaccination sites in LA County! You can order through the Uber and Lyft apps or by calling 833-540-0473 to book a ride.
Need help getting to your vaccine appointment? Call the DPH vaccine hotline at 833-540-0473
Stay up to date on the latest COVID-19 vaccine news from LA County! Sign up for the vaccine newsletter at VaccinateLACounty.com
As we head into warmer weather, be prepared before you get your COVID-19 Vaccine. #VaccinateLACounty vaccinatelacounty.com
Alert your doctor or clinic if you received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in the last 3 weeks and you develop any symptoms of extremely rare blood clots.
Anyone 16 years and older who lives or works in LA County is now eligible to receive their free COVID-19 vaccine! Health insurance is not required, and immigration questions will not be asked. Go to VaccinateLACounty.com to make an appointment.
No legitimate surveys about the COVID-19 vaccine will ask for your credit card or bank account number to pay for a "free" reward.
If you are vaccinated and others in your household aren't, keep them safe by avoiding large gatherings and gatherings without masking and distancing.
The best vaccine is the one that prevents death from COVID-19. Make a plan to get vaccinated, visit VaccinateLACounty.com for more information and sign up at myturn.ca.gov for appointment notifications.
Individuals with high-risk medical conditions and disabilities are eligible to get vaccinated in LA County. For more information visit VaccinateLACounty.com and MyTurn.ca.gov to sign up for appointment notifications.
Reminder! Proof of citizenship is NOT required for COVID-19 Vaccinations, only proof of eligibility.
COVID-19 vaccines are 100% free and health insurance is NOT required. For more information visit VaccinateLACounty.com
This year has been hard on all of us, but a vaccine is on its way to help keep our families safe and healthy.
✅ The vaccine will be safe and healthy to use
✅ It requires two shots administered 21 days apart
✅ There will be a limited supply at first. But over time, it will be available to everyone.
✅ The vaccine will be available to everyone free of cost
The COVID-19 pandemic has been especially hard on people experiencing homelessness. LA County is here to help. Resources are available, like:
✅ Testing and vaccines
✅ Temporary housing
✅ Routine wellness checks
Learn more: covid19.lacounty.gov/homelessness-and-housing
Getting tested helps protect our loved ones from #COVID19. It can help slow the spread and save lives. New testing sites are opening in areas where COVID-19 rates are high. Call 211 or visit covid19.lacounty.gov/testing to find a free testing site near you.
Testing positive for #COVID19 is stressful. LA County has resources available to help you and your loved ones stay safe.
➡️ Isolate yourself right away
➡️ If you don't have a place to isolate and quarantine away from your family, call 1-833-540-0473 for temporary housing
➡️ Call 911 if you have emergency signs. These include trouble breathing, pressure or pain in the chest, bluish lips, confusion, hard to wake.
Need more help? Visit covid19.lacounty.gov or call 211
No health insurance? That’s okay – you can still get care. If you or your family is in need of a primary care doctor this winter season, we can help. Call LA County Health Services at (844)-804-0055 to find a doctor to keep your family healthy.
If you or your family is in need of a primary care doctor this winter season, we can help. Call LA County Health Services at (844)-804-0055 to find a doctor to keep your family healthy.
Getting a flu shot is one easy way to protect your family. Here’s what you need to know:
✅ Getting a flu shot is safe and keeps you healthy
✅ You can still get COVID-19 and the flu at the same time
✅ Free flu shots are available
Learn more: COVIDhelpla.org
This pandemic has been hard on our communities. LA County has made extra resources available as we fight COVID-19 together. We can help with:
🥖 Free food
🏥 Free COVID testing
💉 Free flu shots
Learn more about the services available: COVIDhelpla.org
Essential workers are keeping our communities running. Let’s continue to do our part to keep our communities safe. LA County offers free resources to support families and essential workforce. Learn more about our resources here: covidhelpla.org
2020 has been tough for our communities. Stay safe at home this holiday season by celebrating in-person only with people you live with. Our work this month is the key to keeping our communities safe from COVID-19. Learn more: COVIDhelpla.org
Making holiday plans? Remember, #COVID19 is still a very real danger. Stay safe by celebrating in-person only with people who live with you every day.
Your action will save lives and keep your family healthy. Learn more about stopping the spread → COVIDhelpla.org
3 Ways to Safely Stay in Touch with Family and Friends Over the Holidays:
✅ Host a video chat gathering with friends and family
✅ Make and send homemade cards
✅ Order online gifts and have them shipped to your loved ones' home.
Latinos account for more than half of COVID-19 related deaths in LA County. Do your part to keep your family safe this holiday season. Stay home when possible, make sure to wear a mask, stay six feet apart from others and don’t forget to get your flu shot. COVIDhelpLA.org
We all need a little help sometimes. LA County has made extra resources are available around the holidays. We can help with free resources like: food, flu shots and COVID-19 testing
Learn more: COVIDhelpla.org
COVID rates are higher now than they were in March, and our neighborhoods are getting hit the hardest. This holiday season:
✅ Stay home whenever possible
✅ Keep celebrations on phone or video chat with people you don’t live with
✅ Watch Religious services online or on TV
✅ Always wear a mask
✅ Keep 6 feet distance from others
#COVID19 is still a risk for our community. If you are an essential worker, thank you for continuing to take the measures to protect your loved ones.
✅ Wear a mask
✅ Wash your hands often
✅ Avoid crowded spaces
✅ Maintain physical distance
As #COVID19 cases rise, it's important to stay home except for essential activities. By staying home whenever you can, we can all help stop the spread and keep our families safe.
Remember, you can get the flu and COVID-19 at the same time. To get a flu shot, call your doctor first. If you don’t have one, you can learn how to get a free flu shot here: COVIDhelpla.org
Remember, it’s important to always wear a mask:
• Even if everyone feels healthy
• Even if you’re outdoors
• Even if you’re outside your home for a short while
Wearing a mask keeps our families and communities safe and healthy!
The choices we make can help protect our communities. This winter, remember to:
😷 Wear a mask when outside your home
🌳 Avoid confined spaces whenever possible
📏 Stay six feet away from others that aren’t in your household
🧼 Wash your hands as often as you can
It’s important to continue to stick to the basics even with a vaccine. Remember to:
✅ Only go out for essential activities
✅ Make sure your mask covers your nose, mouth and chin
✅ Stay six feet away from others
Many of us can’t work from home during the pandemic. If you're an essential worker, there are steps you can take to protect your family.
1️⃣Always wear a mask when outside of your home
2️⃣Stay six feet away from others
3️⃣Wash or disinfect your hands frequently
4️⃣Stay home if you feel sick
The pandemic isn’t over and our neighborhoods are getting hit hardest. Let’s stick to the basics to protect our friends, families and communities.
😷 Wear a mask
👐🏾 Wash your hands
🚨 Social distance when in public
When we work together, we can stay healthy and safe. Learn more how YOU can stop the spread this holiday season.
Wearing a mask properly is an important part in stopping the spread of #COVID19. Remember to:
✅ Wear a mask that covers your mouth, nose and chin completely
✅ Make sure to wear a mask when you’re outside your home
✅ Don't touch the mask, and if you do, wash your hands
Visit COVIDhelpLA.org for more information.
The African American and Black community have suffered a lot from COVID, and it will only get worse during the holidays unless we work together to stay safe. Plan to celebrate in-person ONLY with people you live with, and keep your loved ones safe. COVIDhelpLA.org
Many people are going to work every day and can’t stay home. That’s why, if you can, it’s important to stay at home whenever possible. Over the holidays, keep in-person celebrations to ONLY people you live with and help stop the spread of COVID-19: COVIDhelpla.org