COVID-19 Resource Guide
The coronavirus has disrupted many aspects of our daily lives. As Chair of the Assembly’s Public Safety Committee, your safety is my priority.
Below is a comprehensive list of organizations and agencies with the latest news on public guidelines to help reduce the risk of spreading or contracting the virus along with federal, state and local government planning, outreach and mandates.
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We are all in this together. Remain calm. Do not hoard food or household items; there are plenty in the supply chain. Wash your hands regularly and remain home as often as you can.
Assemblymember Reggie Jones-Sawyer
Chair, Assembly Public Safety Committee
District 59 Representative
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CITY & PUBLIC LINKS
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
LAUSD is opening 40 Family Resource Centers beginning Wednesday, March 18 to provide meals, a safe environment and additional services to accommodate families.
HEALTH CENTERS (Locator)
CITY of LOS ANGELES
So Cal Gas does not anticipate any service disruptions at this time. The company is not suspending service or disconnecting customers until further notice. Customers in need of assistance can call (800) 427-2200. For more information, visit https://socalgas.com/coronavirus.
- If you are experiencing a financial hardship due to the coronavirus, you may be eligible to receive unemployment benefits. Visit the Employment Development Department for more information.
REPORT ILLEGAL PRACTICES
Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer , LA County Department of Consumer and Business Affairs and LA County Counsel have created the Joint Coronavirus Task Force to stop illegal and dangerous practices including price gouging, scams and misinformation.
If you, or anyone you know, has fallen victim to price gouging, or a coronavirus consumer scam, file a complaint with the Office of the City Attorney by calling (213) 978-8340 or visit www.lacityattorney.org