City of Vernon California

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The City of Vernon continues to work with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the California Department of Public Health to remain informed on the latest developments related to the Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, as the situation continues to evolve. The City of Vernon is closely monitoring the situation.

COVID-19 is a highly contagious respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. Its symptoms include fever, cough, and shortness of breath, and may appear in as few as 2 days or as many as 14 days after exposure. Please see these FAQ for more information.

Residents and workers of Vernon are encouraged to stay home as much as possible while only participating in essential activities, such as critical work functions and shopping for necessities.
Following recommended guidelines to protect yourself and others at work and at home will benefit all in our Vernon community.


City Hall facilities are open to the public. Safety measures have been implemented to protect the health and safety of employees and visitors (like plexiglass at service counters, temperature checks upon entry, and roving cleaning crews who disinfect common areas regularly throughout the day). The City is committed to supporting all businesses and residents and will continue to provide services during this critical time of emergency.


In-person payments are accepted; however, customers are encouraged to mail payments to:

City of Vernon
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058
*Late fees and shutoffs will be suspended.

For your convenience, a payment drop box has also been installed on the exterior wall of the 1st floor entrance to City Hall (to the left of the double-door lobby entry).

To Report a COVID-19 Violation
Call 323-826-1448 (7:00 am – 5:30 pm, Monday - Friday)
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  (anytime)


Do's and Don'ts
News from the Vernon Health Department
What's New
Medical Evaluation/Testing
Critical Delivery Service
Food Access/Grocery Supplies
Information for Businesses in Vernon
How Can You Help?
Additional Info & Links



  • Stay home
  • Avoid people outside your household
  • Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces
  • Maintain a safe social distance of 6 feet whenever outside of the house
  • Self-isolate if you suspect you have COVID-19 or are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms
  • Call your medical provider if you suspect you have COVID-19 or are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms


  • Leave the house except for essential activities
  • Shake hands
  • Touch your face
  • Go to the doctor if you aren't sick
  • Stockpile masks or gloves


  • City of Vernon Hotline (323) 826-3648 (
    • The City continues to provide essential services to businesses and residents. The City's hotline is available to respond to non-emergency requests and inquiries (if you do not know your party's direct extension).
  • Disaster Distress Helpline 1-800-985-5990 (
    • The Disaster Distress Helpline, is a 24/7, 365-day-a-year, national hotline dedicated to providing immediate crisis counseling for people who are experiencing emotional distress related to any natural or human-caused disaster. The Disaster Distress Helpline is providing immediate counseling to anyone seeking help in coping with the mental or emotional effects caused by developments related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • GoldenTALK (888) 603-6533 (
    • GoldenTALK is a chat and crisis line for seniors who are 60 years of age and older. The chat line assists seniors facing social isolation through warm conversations and also provides referrals and works closely with multiple agencies within Los Angeles County in the event of a crisis. GoldenTALK team members also make outbound calls for wellness checks and appointment and referral follow-ups.
  • 2-1-1 LA
    • 211 LA is the central source for providing information and referrals for all health and human services in LA County. The 2-1-1 phone line is open 24 hours, 7 days a week, with trained Community Resource Advisors prepared to offer help with any situation, any time.
  • The Veterans Crisis Hotline (800) 273-8255 Press "1" (
    • The Veterans Crisis Line is a free, confidential resource that is available to anyone, even if you are not registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care. Responders at the Veterans Crisis Line are specially trained and experienced in helping Veterans of all ages and circumstances. If you are a Veteran in crisis or concerned about one, caring, qualified VA responders are standing by to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • DCBA Consumer and Business Line (800) 593-8222 (
    • If you believe you have been the victim of a price increase or suspect that a business is abusing consumers with price increases, contact the Los Angeles County Department of Consumer and Business Affairs.


Vernon Partners with USC in COVID-19 Vaccine Trial
Vernon Health and Environmental Control Department announced it will work cooperatively with infectious disease medical investigators at Keck Medicine of USC to seek volunteers working at Vernon's processing and industrial businesses to participate in a Phase 3 clinical trial to test an experimental vaccine to provide immunity against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

For more information on this effort, please click here. For more information about becoming a volunteer please visit

COVID-19 Cases at Vernon Businesses
The City of Vernon has a significant number of essential businesses that must continue to operate to support critical infrastructures. As such the City has taken proactive measures to share relevant COVID-19 information, including CDC recommended guidelines, with business operators to ensure the safety of the general public as well as employees that serve these essential services.
Since early April, the City of Vernon has engaged with several businesses reporting employees testing positive for COVID-19. As the media has reported, the most significant quantity of cases was reported by the Smithfield food processing plant where 153 of 1847 employee tested positive for COVID-19 over the last two months. It is important to note that of the 153 employees that tested for COVID-19, more than 40 have returned back to work. It is also important to emphasize that the positive results reported have taken place throughout a 60-day period and not identified solely within recent weeks.

To monitor and address the potential spread of the virus in Vernon facilities, the City issued a notice to businesses in early April to report the number of employees that have tested positive for COVID-19. The City's mandatory reporting requirement was a key factor for identifying facilities with COVID-19 clusters that may have otherwise gone undetected. The City has worked closely with effected businesses to ensure that CDC recommended guidelines were followed and appropriate mitigation measures were implemented.

The City of Vernon's Health Department, which has the requisite staff and expertise, will continue rigorous inspections for food safety operations under its jurisdiction, and the City will continue to support the USDA and Cal OSHA with employee safety and all other matters within their respective jurisdictions. The City is entirely invested in the health of our community and committed to continuing support for all of the businesses, agencies, and organizations involved in managing the global COVID-19 crisis on the local level.

The City of Vernon will continue to monitor and respond to COVID-19 positive cases and coordinate with other agencies to mitigate the spread of the virus.

COVID-19 Response
The City of Vernon its Department of Health and Environmental Control (HECD) continues its critical work to proactively protect public health during the pandemic of COVID-19. In support of federal, state, and local agencies and public health officials, the HECD disseminates information, provides phone consultation, and conducts site visits at facilities located in Vernon to ensure compliance with current COVID-19 guidelines, while working in close collaboration with other agencies including the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, Cal OSHA and the USDA where necessary. To mitigate the potential for off-worksite community spread, the City is planning to launch a "Safe at Work & Safe at Home" public health education initiative. This proposed effort would leverage community partnerships to encourage public health safety practices on-the-job while strongly urging Vernon workers to maintain those sound practices away from the job. To learn more about Vernon's COVID-19 response efforts, please take a look at our At-A-Glance Summary.

Pursuant to Los Angeles County Department of Public Health directives, the City of Vernon Department of Health and Environmental Control will enforce requirements to allow the conditional reopening of specific retail and other lower-risk businesses, as defined by County Order, operating in the City of Vernon.

Please find below notices and COVID-19 related information provided be the Vernon Health & Environmental Department:
Limited Stay at Home Order dated November 19, 2020
Department of Public Health Press Release dated November 18, 2020
COVID-19 Update dated May 30, 2020

COVID-19 Update dated April 13, 2020
COVID-19 Update dated March 16, 2020


With the ever-evolving COVID-19 health crisis, access to information and education is critical. Please continue to track the latest updates.



Free COVID-19 Testing
Free testing is available across the County of Los Angeles. Priority is given for those who meet criteria below in accordance with new State guidelines:

Symptomatic persons with the following symptoms: Fever, cough, shortness of breath, chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat and new loss of taste or smell.

Asymptomatic persons:

  • Persons over age 65
  • Those with a chronic medical condition
  • Essential workers, which includes: Social service employees; Critical government personnel; Health care professionals; Grocery and food service workers; Utility and other public employees

For LA County Residents, there are now three types of testing sites. Testing is by appointment only. Eligibility for a COVID-19 test is not affected by:

  • Immigration status,
  • Health Insurance status,
  • Age, or
  • Underlying health issues.

Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda L. Solis announced a new COVID-19 testing site in the City of Huntington Park that was launched in collaboration with Total Testing Solutions (located at 3268 Gage Ave. – 2.08 miles away). All on-site testing will be conducted by appointment only. The site will operate from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday through Friday.

For information on all available county testing sites and to schedule an appointment, please visit or dial 2-1-1, or call 323-238-3324.
Please note that COVID-19 testing is also available to those at risk in the City of Los Angeles. More information is available at

COVID-19 Screening Tool
Created in partnership with the CDC, the White House Coronavirus Task Force and FEMA, Apple has released a COVID-19 website, and COVID-19 app. If you think you or a family member have been exposed to COVID-19, you can evaluate symptoms via the in-home screening tool and obtain information about your next steps. More information is available at:

Medical Sheltering
The Los Angeles County Emergency Operations Center is partnering with hotels, motels, and other providers to offer medical sheltering for individuals who need to either self-isolate or follow quarantine orders due to the COVID-19 pandemic and are unable to do so on their own. Nearest location for medical sheltering is at the Bell Gardens Quality Inn and Suites. More information is available here.


The Los Angeles County Department of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services (WDACS), announced a free delivery program for older adults and individuals with disabilities. This Countywide program, called Critical Delivery Service, will deliver groceries, household items, and other vital necessities to individuals who are unable to leave their homes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Items may be delivered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at no cost to the client. No application process is required; however, items must be pre-paid and ready for pickup. Deliveries may be scheduled by calling 1-888- 863-7411 between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Clients may utilize this service up to four times or 40 miles per month, whichever comes first.


Meal and Grocery Delivery
Through a coordinated effort among City staff and the YMCA, pre-packaged meal delivery is now available to Vernon residents at no cost to residents. YMCA staff members will deliver to individual households in Vernon on Tuesdays and Thursdays each week until resources are depleted.
In addition to pre-packaged meal delivery, seniors/disabled residents in Vernon have access to fresh grocery delivery as well. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  with questions, or to sign up for either delivery option.

Great Plates Delivered Program
LA County will provide three home-delivered meals a day to qualifying older adults and adults over 60 who are high-risk as determined by the CDC, while also stimulating the economy by bringing employees back to work from the restaurant, hospitality, and transportation industries. Individual participants may apply for 'Great Plates Delivered' by calling 2-1-1.

Individuals may qualify to receive meals if you:

  • Meet age requirements:
    • Are 65 or older; OR
    • Are 60-64 and have been diagnosed with or exposed to COVID-19 or are at high risk as defined by the CDC
  • Live alone or with one other program-eligible adult
  • Are not currently receiving assistance from other state or federal nutrition assistance programs, like CalFresh/SNAP or Meals on Wheels
  • Earn less than $74,940 (single) or $101,460 (two-person household)
  • Have difficulty accessing food resources or preparing your own meals
  • Live in unincorporated LA County or a city that does not have its own 'Great Plates Delivered' program

Additional information about the program is available at:

Los Angeles Regional Food Bank
The LA Regional Food Bank mobilizes resources to help those in need of food assistance throughout Los Angeles County. If you are in need of food assistance, visit their pantry locator or dial 211.

Free Meals at LAUSD Grab & Go Food Centers
Los Angeles Unified, in partnership with the Red Cross, will continue to provide nutritious meals to all students who need them during the temporary closure of schools. Grab & Go Food Centers are staffed weekdays from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Each student can take home two nutritious meals. Grab & Go Food Centers within 5 miles from Vernon are located at:

  • Linda Marquez Senior High School
    • 6361 Cottage St., Huntington Park 90255
  • Maywood Center for Enriched Studies (MaCES) Magnet
    • 5800 King Ave., Maywood 90270

Additional food resource information is available at

Almost Anything Inc.
(866) 692-6624 
Hours: Daily from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
If you prefer that your groceries be delivered to your doorstep, Almost Anything Inc. offers a food and grocery delivery service. The company picks up your order from local shopping centers or supermarkets and delivers your order to your address. The company will soon launch an online ordering process using a mobile app. Visit for more information.


Protections are currently in place for renters in Los Angeles County affected by COVID-19. For more information, please visit

City-Owned Housing
Current City of Vernon lessees who experience a financial hardship as a result of COVID-19 should contact the City at (323) 826-3648.

Housing at Vernon Village Park
Tenants who have been financially affected by COVID-19, should contact the property management office. Management will work with residents to arrange Promise to Pay Agreements.

Los Angeles County Rent Relief Program
The LA County COVID-19 Rent Relief application period begins on August 17th. Tenants (renters whose name is listed on the lease or rental agreement) may apply starting August 17th by either calling 2-1-1, or filling out the online application form on
Eligible renters must qualify based on income and have struggled to pay rent, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Their landlord must provide a W-9 and sign a participation agreement in order to have the rent paid on behalf of the tenant.
This program will exclude units located in the City of Los Angeles.

Property Tax
Individuals who were unable to pay on time for COVID-19 related reasons can submit a penalty cancellation request online at the website www. See the Frequently Asked Questions About the Impact of COVID-19 on Property Taxes.


LA METRO will be offering frequent updates about service throughout the COVID-19 crisis. Visit for the latest information, and follow Metro on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for updates.

Metrolink continues to operate with a temporary service reduction. To view the schedule, click here. Metrolink developed this temporary schedule to ensure essential service during peak times, and maintain as many connections as possible, while also ensuring riders and conductors have the space necessary to maintain appropriate social distancing.

Pentagon Rides is available for your next ride, whether it be non-emergency medical transportation, black car service, courier service, and more. Visit for more information. They are a certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) providing Non-Emergency Medical Transportation throughout California.


Federal Response
U.S. Lawmakers passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). The FFCRA establishes paid sick leave for affected workers, additional unemployment provisions, free testing, and other health and welfare components.

State Response
The State of California's Employment and Development Department created a site with information regarding the Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19). If you became unemployed or have had your hours reduced because you may have contracted the coronavirus, or may be quarantined, or may be unable to work because you are caring for an ill or quarantined family member, you may be eligible to file an Unemployment Insurance (UI) Claim. You will need to file your claim in the first week that you lose your job or have your hours reduced. Your claim begins on the Sunday of the week you submitted your application. For more information on benefit programs available to help California workers who are losing wages due to the impacts of the Coronavirus and how to file your claim online, by phone, or by fax or mail, please visit
Governor Newsom has waived the one-week waiting period for people who are unemployed and/or disabled as a result of COVID-19. In a separate executive order on March 17, Newsom allowed Medi-Cal, CalFresh, CalWORKS, Cash Assistance for Immigrants and In-Home Supportive Services recipients to continue receiving program benefits for three months without interruption or a reassessment of their eligibility.

Mental Health
The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (LACDMH) supports the wellbeing of our County family, friends and colleagues. When you hear, read, or watch news about an outbreak of infectious disease, you may feel anxious and show signs of stress—even when the outbreak affects people far from where you live and you are at low or no risk of getting sick. These signs of stress are normal and may be more likely in people with loved ones in parts of the world affected by the outbreak. During an infectious disease outbreak, care for your own physical and mental health and reach out in kindness to those affected by the situation. For information on Coping With Stress During Infectious Disease Outbreaks and additional mental health resources, visit

For Veterans
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is working closely with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other federal partners to monitor the outbreak of the virus. Veterans are able to contact their medical provider through the VA Video Connect mobile app. For information on available telehealth options and what the VA is doing regarding COVID-19, please visit or call 1-800-827-1000.

With DMV offices serving a limited number of customers, providing services online is crucial. From renewing vehicle registration to requesting a temporary driver license extension, or driver license renewal (and much more), the DMV is continually adding new online services.

REAL ID applications no longer need an appointment. Simply gather your documents, fill out your application, upload your documents, get your confirmation, and walk-in to a DMV office.

Updates on DMV's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including the latest press releases and announcements about relief efforts such as; driver license extensions, office openings, drive tests, and appointments can be found by visiting


Los Angeles County Disaster Help Center
The County of Los Angeles wants to help county residents and business owners better navigate local resources and has launched a Disaster Help Center to support a wider range of business owners and workers adversely affected by the COVID-19 health emergency.

The Disaster Help Center's centralized call center and website include resources for nonprofit organizations, tenants, and landlords. The Center has also expanded its hours of operation. You can now access its free, one-on-one counseling from:

  • 8:30 am to 5:30 pm (Monday through Friday)
  • 10:00 am to 3:00 pm (Saturdays)

Whether you are a business owner who is struggling to keep your doors open, or a worker who is uncertain about your next paycheck, the LA County Disaster Help Center is available for immediate assistance. You can reach it by:

  • Phone: (833) 238-4450
  • Online:
  • E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  
  • Social media: @LACHelpCenter on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram

Access Letter
While recent COVID-19 related orders from the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health and the State of California call for the closure of many retail and commercial establishments and direct the public to remain at home when possible, they also allow for the ongoing operation of essential businesses and functions. If your business is an "Essential Business", the City of Vernon can provide a letter to help your business and its employees maintain access to essential facilities. To request an "Access Letter" please click here.

EPA Guidance
For customers that have been closed for a prolonged period of time due to COVID-19 response, Vernon Public Utilities would like to announce a Guidance Document and a Checklist released by the EPA. Each is designed to assist building owners and managers in addressing water stagnation following extended closures due to the COVID-19 response.

Wastewater Fee Rebate
The Sanitation Districts have created a rebate program to aid businesses facing financial challenges due to the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders. This program provides a simplified way for commercial users/properties with reduced wastewater discharges to potentially receive a reduction in their wastewater service charge for the period of March 20 to June 30, 2020. For more details about the program visit: or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Inclusive Action for the City
The Vernon CommUNITY Fund Grant Committee recently approved a grant for Inclusive Action for the City, a non-profit organization comprised of urban planners, entrepreneurs and civic leaders in research and community action focused on improving economic conditions in the southeast region. In response to current circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, Inclusive Action has established an emergency relief program to provide funding support to small businesses in and around the City of Vernon. Inclusive Action is able to focus on Vernon's small business owners to assist them in recovery from the economic impacts of the COVID-19 shut down of their establishments. They will recruit and interview qualified business owners, provide technical assistance and coaching in applying for loans and grants to regenerate their businesses and assist with financial management. For more details about the program contact Maribel Garcia at (424) 218-9204 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program
Small Business Administration (SBA) Economic Injury Disaster Loan program provides small businesses with working capital loans of up to $2 million to pay fixed debts, payroll, accounts payable, or other bills that can't be paid because of the coronavirus outbreak. If your small business has been impacted by COVID-19 you may qualify for a loan. Apply at The Los Angeles Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has resources to help small businesses navigate the process. Visit their website at or call 562-938-5020.

COVID-19 Emergency Microloan Program
The Vernon City Council approved the creation of the COVID-19 Emergency Microloan Program designed to assist Vernon restaurants who have been especially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Vernon's Emergency Loan Program is designed to meet the following objectives for restaurants in Vernon: prevent staff reductions; offset losses related to COVID-19; and sustain operations through the COVID-19 crisis. This program is intended to apply to restaurants with a brick-and-mortar presence within City of Vernon limits. A summary of the key elements of the program are as follows:

  • Zero-interest loans for 6-12-month term; and 3-5% interest loans for 3-5-year term
  • Loan limits of $5,000-$50,000
  • Must be used for reasonable working capital and operational expenses such as: preventing staff reductions, offsetting losses related to COVID-19, and helping businesses sponsor sick pay for workers

Funding for the microloan program will be available through September 30, 2020 or until the program is terminated by the City. For more information about the program, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Business Taxes
Visit the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration website at to apply for special assistance, including filing and payment extensions, and/or relief from interest and penalties.

Employers experiencing a hardship may request up to a 60-day extension from the Employment Development Department to file their state payroll reports and/or deposit state payroll taxes without penalty or interest. Employers experiencing a hardship to file state payroll reports may file for a 60-day extension. Click here to contact the EDD Taxpayer Assistance Center.

COVID-19 Resources for Employers and Workers
In an effort to help keep workers, employers, co-workers, and families safe, the Labor & Workforce Development Agency (LWDA) has made available a variety of COVID-19 resource materials for employers and workers. Information is available on their website

Safely Making California
A partnership between the California Manufacturers & Technology Association (CMTA), Autodesk, and the State of California has created the "Safely Making California" marketplace to help fill a critical gap for all sectors during the COVID 19 pandemic. For more information access:


As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to evolve, blood donations are dangerously low across the U.S. The demand for blood is strong. Eligible donors are strongly urged to donate: .

Many have asked how they can help our nurses, doctors & healthcare workers. If you want to donate/know of businesses that may be able to help with personal protective equipment like surgical masks, N95 face masks, face shields & other supplies, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Donate funds to help respond to the COVID-19 emergency. Support nonprofits that are supporting our communities at and

Help a neighbor in need. Build hygiene kits and drop them off at local shelter for people experiencing homelessness. We're in this together. Conduct a wellness check on older family, friends, and neighbors. Call, text, or speak to them through their door. Learn more about ways you can help during the COVID-19 emergency at: or


Los Angeles County, the State of California, and the U.S. Federal Government have declared emergencies to allow greater authority to take measures necessary to protect and preserve public health and safety, including seeking aid from state and federal authorities as necessary. The Federal Communications Commission is ensuring that Americans stay connected during the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit for information. Here are the best sources of official information on the coronavirus:

Limited Stay at Home Order dated November 19, 2020
Department of Public Health Press Release dated November 18, 2020
Los Angeles County Food Guide

Roadmap to Recovery PowerPoint
At-Home Learning
Guidance for Social Distancing
Use of Cloth Face Coverings
Critical Delivery Service
Safer-at-Home What it Means for Me
DCBA Emergency Resources for Small Business 
City of Vernon Requirements for Essential Businesses 
COVID-19 Wastewater Fee Rebate Program
Keck Medicine of USC COVID-19 Phase 3 clinical trial for AZD1222
Free Same Day COVID-19 Testing Available in Los Angeles County
LA County Emphasizes Protections for Tenants Affected
Los Angeles County Opens New Drive-Up Testing Sites, Increasing COVID-19 Testing Capacity for Residents Throughout LA County
LA County Alerts Public About Increasing COVID-19 Scams
City of Vernon Declares State of Emergency
City of Vernon Closes City Hall to the Public
How to Help During COVID-19
Importance of Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Beach Closures and New County Business & Worker Help Center
LA County Launches New Interactive Digital Dashboards
LA County Issues New Self-Quarantine & Self-Isolation Orders
Safer at Home Order Addendum Issued 5.8.2020
Safer at Home Order Review Updated 5.8.2020
Safer at Home Order What it Means for Me Updated 5.8.2020
Safer at Home Order Updated 4.10.2020
Executive Order N-37-20
COVID-19: Notice of Emergency Closure
Emergency Proclamation 2020-01
COVID-19: Retail Food, Beverage, and Other Related Service Venues
Public Health Emergency Quarantine Order
Public Health Emergency Isolation Order
Addendum to Safer at Home Order
UPDATE on Testing Sites, Health Orders & Incident Report
Public Health Order to Stage 2 of Pandemic Resilience Roadmap
Executive Order N-60-20
Safer at Home Order Updated 4.10.2020
Executive Order N-44-20
Executive Order N-43-20
Executive Order N-42-20
Public Health Emergency Quarantine Order
Public Health Emergency Isolation Order