COVID-19 ǀ LiveWell@Home Challenge ǀ Volunteer Needs


Help Keep Our Community Safe

Stay Home Except for Essential Needs

Everyone is required to stay home except for essential needs or to go to an essential job. If you go out, keep at least six feet (or two arms length) a part from others. Actions like these help to protect you and others by preventing the spread of COVID-19.


On March 28, the County of San Diego extended its "Stay at Home" order to remain in effect until further notice.


Read the Latest Public Health Orders


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On Friday, in partnership with the San Diego County Office of Education, we launched LiveWell@Home, a website designed to help all ages stay both mentally and physically fit while staying at home. The resources are organized by age group into categories, including physical activity, mindfulness and social connection to help you find the right tools to match your needs.

Check out LiveWell@Home

We know that partners are working hard to provide resources like these to their communities. For instance, SANDAG's iCommute program has tips to help you transition to working remotely (aka Teleworking). Submit a resource to be considered and we'll share them on the LiveWell@Home website and other channels.

Submit a Resource




30-Day Challenge

On Wednesday, April 1st, we are launching the LiveWell@Home 30-Day Challenge! To participate, follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram where we will be posting the daily challenges.

Want to help? Send us a short video or link to a lesson, class or how-to that you would like us to share as part of the challenge! Send to for consideration.


COVID-19 General Resources & Materials

FAQs, Fact Sheets, Posters, Postcards and a Social Media Toolkit have been developed that organizations and businesses can use to help keep their employees and the public informed through their communications channels. Keep up-to-date with daily press conferences held at 2:30 pm on the County's Facebook, Twitter and Instagram


Review Communications Resources


COVID-19 Support for Businesses, Cities, Schools & Community Organizations

Sector support pages have been developed to ensure the entire community is being provided the support and resources they need to prepare for and prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus in our region. These informational pages provide guidance, announcements and updates tailored to each industry sector.


Review Industry and Sector Specific Support Information


Volunteer Needs

A volunteer recruitment page has been developed to coordinate all volunteer needs and inquires regarding the new coronavirus response throughout San Diego County.



To post your volunteer opportunities to this page, please complete this submission form (download Word doc) and email it to Rebecca Bennion at JustServe at This will provide visibility to your organization and its needs to thousands of people looking for volunteer opportunities locally. 


Submit Volunteer Needs


This is an emerging situation, and the County will provide updated information as it becomes available:


If you have individual questions about coronavirus disease, call your healthcare provider.

For general questions or to access resources:

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Daily updates on cases & investigations



For home, schools, employers



How it spreads, symptoms, prevention 



FAQs, posters, videos, other materials



Government, Organizations, Agencies, and Groups



Guidelines, Reporting, and Public Health Advisories



Text COSD COVID19 to 468-311 to get text alert updates direct from the County of San Diego.



If you have health-related questions or concerns, contact your healthcare provider.  For general questions about COVID-19 or information about community resources: Call 2-1-1 or visit