In these challenging times, we are all navigating through uncertainty for ourselves and our community. We hope you are staying healthy and safe.
Airports are adding sanitizing stations, increasing cleaning protocols, adding signage to high-traffic areas and taking a number of other steps to keep air travelers safe.
Los Angeles International Airport
John Wayne Orange County Airport
Ports & Harbors
SoCal ports are coordinating with the federal, state and local partners, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, and other emergency and public health agencies to put safeguards into place.
To protect the public at large essential services will continue by mail, through available online services, kiosks, virtually and other means. Virtual Field Office open for vehicle registration renewal, title transfers.
All local Social Security offices will be closed to the public in order to protect the population served during the (COVID-19) pandemic.
The action to suspend large-scale construction projects was consistent with earlier preventive actions, such as the cancellation of visiting and volunteer entries statewide, and seeks to reduce and minimize the number of non-CDCR employees that enter CDCR institutions on a daily basis. These decisions are not made lightly, and are taken with the safety of all who work in, live in, and visit our facilities in mind.
To protect patients and staff, all approved visitors will be subject to a health screening. Normal visiting to all hospitals is prohibited until further notice.
Rail & Transit
Transit authorities across SoCal are taking steps to keep riders safe against COVID-19. Some are operating fare free, some have changed their schedules, and some offer rear door boarding options. All require masks be worn during travel.
Orange County Transportation Authority
San Diego Metropolitan Transit System
Despite widespread fears about coronavirus, there’s no evidence that COVID-19 is transmitted through water. These agencies provide information about safety practices.
Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
San Diego County Water Authority
Santa Clara Valley Water District
Coachella Valley Water District