Welcome to the City of Pico Rivera's COVID-19 Resource page. Here you will find resources from Los Angeles County, the City, and the latest stats regarding COVID-19.
NOTICE REGARDING COVID-19 TESTING AT THE SPORTS ARENA
IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED YOUR COVID-19 TEST RESULTS, PLEASE EMAIL: email@example.com OR CALL THE US HEALTH FAIRS HOTLINE AT 805.357.5577
Attention: Many email providers block ushealthfairs emails or send them to spam which may prevent delivery of results
|Visit the City's new COVID-19 website for resources and updated information as it relates to the City and COVID-19. Log on to picoriverastrong.org|
|DAILY PRESS BRIEFINGS||LA COUNTY DATA DASHBOARD|
(As of 8/02/2020) 13:55
PICO RIVERA: 1754
LA COUNTY: 192,167
ALL CITY FACILITIES (City Hall, Senior Center, Parks and Recreation Office, Community Centers and ALL PARKS) remain CLOSED until further notice.
MAY 9, 2020 - Pico Rivera Golf Club is now OPEN. Click HERE for more information.
|TRASH & STREET SWEEPING||Temporary Outdoor Permit||SENIOR CENTER||SPECIAL EVENTS||ERUSD|
People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms, ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. Older adults and people who have underlying medical conditions like heart or lung disease or diabetes seem to be at higher risk for developing more serious complications from COVID-19.
If you have a fever with cough or shortness of breath, you are presumed to have COVID-19. Let your doctor know and get a test for COVID-19. To protect others, stay home, wear a facemask when you seek medical care, and follow the Home Isolation Instructions.
Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus and may include:
This list does not include all possible symptoms of COVID-19.
Some people with COVID-19 never get symptoms
With Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the local news on a daily basis, it's important to know what exactly it is and how you can protect yourself from contracting the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Please know that City Officials are working with our County partners as well as our local stakeholders in monitoring this situation and how it can potentially impact residents.
At this time, Public Health Officials from Los Angeles County are recommending the public do the following to protect themselves and others from respiratory illnesses:
(Information compiled from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health website)
Please click on the links below for valuable information provided by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, and the Centers for Disease Control on Coronavirus (COVID-19).
|LOS ANGELES COUNTY PRICE GOUGING||FAQ - PRICE GOUGING||Don't Get Overcharged When Disaster Strikes|
lOS ANGELES COUNTY covid19 RESOURCES AND INFORMATION
| Los Angeles County 211
|COVID19 Home Care||COVID19 Home Quarantine||COVID19 Home Isolation|
|COVID19 FAQ's for Managers||Los Angeles County - Guidance for Food Services|
|CDC||California Department of Public Health||World Health Organization - COVID 19|
|Centers for Disease Control - COVID 19 FAQ (PDF)|
|CDC Face Mask Advisory||Centers for Disease Control - Share Facts About COVID-19||CDC PROTECTS AND PREPARES COMMUNITIES|
|How to Protect Yourself||Symptoms of Coronavirus||Stay healthy and wash your hands|
|STATE OF CALIFORNIA - MASS GATHERINGS||STATE OF CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES - SENIOR CARE CENTERS|
|WHO - MYTH BUSTERS||CURRENT SUPERMARKET HOURS FOR SENIORS|
|Women and Children Crisis Shelter||AltaMed Health Services||CAREMORE Medical Group|
|Beverly Hospital||PIH Health Hospital||Barlow Respiratory Hospital|