LA County Update 7/8/21 - Recovery Resources: Mobile Vaccination Units, Vaccinating Home-Bound Residents, Decline-in-Value Assessments for Businesses

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July 08, 2021

Update 7/8/21 

Mobile Vaccination Units Make it Easier Than Ever to get Vaccinated

Mobile Vaccine Unit Information

One of our primary strategies for improving access to vaccines is deploying additional mobile vaccination teams that take vaccines into neighborhoods to reach people who may have limited ability or time to get to one of the established vaccination sites.

The mobile vaccine teams are working with employers and community organizations to provide vaccines at convenient locations where residents gather. We encourage employers and event organizers to fill out the online request form to let us know when they want to host a team. We have sites set up at workplaces, markets, schools, churches, senior centers, and other gathering places all over the county to make it as easy as possible for residents to get vaccinated.

Click here to learn more about how you can partner with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health to host a vaccine clinic in your community.

Vaccinating Homebound Residents

Nurse providing in-home vaccination services

In the video above, learn more about how nurses are fanning out across LA County to make vaccinations available to homebound residents.

People who are homebound can request a vaccinator for an in-home vaccination by contacting the Public Health Vaccine Call Center at (833) 540-0473. Homebound residents can also fill out a form on the Public Health website to request this service.

For more information visit: publichealth.lacounty.gov

Online forms for homebound services:

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Decline-in-Value Assessments for Businesses Affected by COVID-19 Pandemic

Decline-in-value program

While home prices have skyrocketed during the pandemic, many small businesses and retail property owners have struggled to hang-on despite significant losses. Due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Los Angeles County Assessor's Office is proactively reviewing small business and other commercial properties to determine if they are entitled to property tax relief. 

If you think your property lost value because of the pandemic-induced recession, you may be eligible for a decline-in-value review of your property’s assessment. The filing period to request a review runs through November 30, 2021. 

Learn more at assessor.lacounty.gov.

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Update 6/30/21

Updated Indoor Masking Recommendations  

Delta Variant Mask Recommendations

With more circulation of the highly transmissible Delta variant, the Department of Public Health strongly recommend everyone, regardless of vaccination status, wear masks indoors in public places as a precaution. Per the CDC, the Delta variants are now responsible for 1 in 5 new cases across the country.

For more information visit ph.lacounty.gov/coronavirus.

TONIGHT! Spanish Virtual Town Hall on Reopening and Vaccines

Spanish Town Hall Flyer

TONIGHT, June 30 at 6:00 p.m., join the Department of Public Health for a Spanish language, virtual town hall to learn more about the County reopening and COVID-19 Vaccines.

Have questions about vaccinations and reopening our communities? Ask us here: http://tinyurl.com/LAENESPANOL.

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Lo invitamos a asistir ESTE NOCHE, 30 de junio, a las 6:00 PM, a nuestro Ayuntamiento virtual en español.

¿Tiene preguntas sobre las vacunas y la reapertura de nuestras comunidades? Pregúntenos aquí: http://tinyurl.com/LAENESPANOL. 

Safer at Work LA 

Safer at Work Vaccinations

Together, we’re committed to reopening LA County as safely as possible.

Safer at Work Los Angeles is a collaborative, County-wide campaign created to remind us that together, we will restore our local, thriving economy. The SaferatWork.la website serves as a resource hub for businesses, employees, and all Los Angeles residents who would like to use our campaign collateral to promote a safe reopening. Here you will find collateral, posters, and digital graphics for use in your store, on your website, and across social media channels.

No matter what kind of business you own or work at, Safer At Work is designed to help you convey the steps you are taking to protect the safety of everyone associated with your business. Please use the link below and the resources on the website to let the world know that you are reopening your business safely and successfully.

Click here to download the social media toolkit.