Do our part to keep California healthy

Let’s all work together to keep our California communities healthy.

The state is mobilizing at every level to proactively and aggressively protect the health and well-being of Californians, but we cannot fight this outbreak alone. We need the participation and support of every Californian. That is why we’re providing recent, relevant and reliable information. Californians need to know how critical it is to stay home, learn how to stay healthy and where they can get help. These actions are critical and there is no doubt our collective efforts save lives.

Help get the word out. Please share videos and social media messages about state and local resources available to support the health, safety and well-being of all Californians. We are all in this together.

 

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Doing Our Part to Fight COVID-19:
It Starts With You

Together, we can fight COVID-19 – but it starts with you staying at home.
How to Speak with Your Children About Coronavirus
Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, Surgeon General of California, explains how to talk with your children about coronavirus and gives practical tips to starting the conversation.
Stay Home, Slow the Spread
Dr. Sonia Angell, Public Health Director of California Department of Health, explains that staying home and keeping six feet between yourself and others will slow the spread of the virus and save lives – and that critical services and programs will remain available to residents.
Hagamos Nuestra Parte para Luchar Contra el COVID-19: Esto Comienza Contigo

Juntos podemos luchar contra el COVID-19, pero esto comienza quedándose en casa. Aprende más sobre los recursos que California tiene para ti en https://covid19.ca.gov/.

Resources and Services to Meet The COVID-19 Challenge

Jennifer Siebel Newsom, First Partner of California, shares how the state of California is allocating resources to meet the current challenges of COVID-19. Our lives may be impacted by COVID-19, but the state of California is here for you.

Quédate en Casa, Reduce la Propagación

La Dra. Sonia Angell, Directora del Departamento de Salud Pública de California, explica que quedarse en casa y mantener seis pies de distancia con los demás puede reducir la propagación del virus y salvar vidas. También indica que los servicios y programas críticos siguen disponibles.

Save Lives by Staying At Home

Dr. Sonia Y. Angell, Public Health Director of California Department of Health, explains how we can best prevent the spread of COVID-19, and that critical services remain available.

California has Economic Resources Available to Help With COVID-19

Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, Surgeon General of California, explains that help is available for Californians facing financial or economic challenges related to COVID-19. For more information about disability insurance, paid family leave, and unemployment insurance, visit https://covid19.ca.gov.

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There are still ways to help your community even while sheltering in place. Share these infographics from California Volunteers, or get involved!

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Keep your community updated on the latest state and local #COVID19 resources available to support the health, safety and well-being of all Californians. Add this graphic to your website & link to covid19.ca.gov.

Mantén informada a tu comunidad sobre el #COVID19 y los más recientes recursos locales y estatales disponibles para mantener la salud, seguridad y el bienestar de todos los Californianos. Añade este gráfico a tu página web y conéctalo con covid19.ca.gov.

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