UPDATE on Free Legal Webinars for Small Businesses, Quality Learning, & Incident Report


Los Angeles County COVID-19 Emergency Operations Center



July 27, 2020




The County of Los Angeles is regularly updating resources on COVID-19 and offers today's update in an effort to keep you and yours informed. Please share the following up-to-date information:

Free Legal Webinars for Small Businesses (July 28 and 31)

Legal Webinar

LA County's Department of Consumer & Business Affairs (DCBA) is teaming up with top lawyers, this week, to offer free Small Business Legal Webinars for LA County's small business community impacted by COVID-19.

REGISTER TODAY for either (or both) of our webinars:

Webinar participants can:

  • learn about commercial leasing, negotiating a lease, basic lease terms, strategies, "dos and don'ts" & more (July 28)
  • learn about employment laws applicable to small businesses, employee classifications, anti-discrimination laws, employee benefits, tips on hiring & managing employees & more (July 31)
  • sign up to be screened for pro bono legal representation
  • receive information on applying to Bet Tzedek for free legal services related to the impact of COVID-19 on your small business

For more on Small Business Legal Resources, visit bettzedek.org/smallbusiness.

LA County Asks State to Support Quality Learning for All County Youth 


LA County's Board of Supervisors recently asked Governor Gavin Newsom and CA's Superintendent of Instruction Tony Thurmond for resources that ensure a quality, distance learning experience for all County youth. To assist County families make it through COVID-19's difficult school closures, including the worsening digital divide, LA County has requested consistent & equitable:

  1. educational requirements;
  2. access to computer equipment, tablets, and Wi-Fi;
  3. community resource centers for children and youth who need a safe place to learn;
  4. plans for students whose distance learning can be compromised; and
  5. resources to keep childcare centers operating.

Read Board of Supervisors Chair Kathryn Barger's press release for more on this request.

Great Plates Delivered Program Extended


Great Plates Delivered has been extended until August 9th. Through LA County's Great Plates Delivered Program, you can help a local senior or business in your community.

Great Plates Delivered offers eligible seniors with three (3) home-delivered meals a day. Seniors over 65, seniors 60-64 years of age who have been diagnosed or exposed to COVID-19 or those at high-risk for COVID-19 may qualify. When you help a senior connect to Great Plates Delivered you're also helping your local restaurant, hospitality and transportation community get back to work. 

To learn more or apply for meal assistance, click here.

Incident Report

Our daily report is a high-level summary of L.A. County Emergency Operations Center's response to the COVID-19 health emergency. Click here to view.

COVID-19 Digital Communications Guide & Toolkit

View our updated COVID-19 Digital Communications Guide, and get tips on Best Practices, Do's and Don'ts, Key Messaging, and our Social Media Toolkit - with multi-lingual graphics and messages like the ones seen below. 

Access our Social Media Toolkit here.

Three Cs

It’s on all of us to slow the spread of #COVID19. Wear a mask. Keep physical distance. Wash your hands. Avoid the three Cs.

S Chinese減緩#COVID19的傳播是我們所有人的責任。 保護您的健康。

Korean: #COVID19의 확산을 늦추는 것은 우리 모두의 일입니다. 건강을 보호하십시오.
다음을 피하십시오:
- 군중 (Crowds)
- 갇힌 공간 (Confined spaces)
- 밀접 접촉 (Close contact)

Spanish: Nos corresponde a todos disminuir la propagación de #COVID19. Protege tu salud. Evitar:
- Multitudes
- Espacios confinados
- Contacto cercano

Additional Resources

The County of Los Angeles appreciates your continued partnership in responding to COVID-19 questions and needs of residents. For additional information, please visit: