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  • Metro has now switched to a modified Sunday schedule for rail and buses. The org continues to recommend all riders wear face coverings and keep 6 feet from others as much as possible. Bus riders must enter and exit through the rear doors; only passengers in wheelchairs who need the ramp may use the front door.
  • LADOT has deactivated crosswalk push buttons in favor of automatic walk signals in neighborhoods — including DTLA — with high pedestrian traffic. 
  • MetroLink continues to operate on a reduced schedule, is cleaning passenger cars, restrooms and stations more often, and reminds users to scan their tickets instead of tapping them.  
  • Free COVID-19 testing is available free to Los Angeles County residents. A physician order is required and priority is being given to people who work in health-care facilities, prisons, nursing  homes and some households even if they lack symptoms. Click here for full info, to book a same- or next-day appointment, and to find the nearest testing center. 
  • L.A. County’s Domestic Violence Services and resources available 24/7 for people experiencing domestic violence amid the Safer at Home Order. If you need help, call the Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-978-3600, or by dialing 2-1-1 any time or visiting 211la.org/domestic-violence.
  • Los Angeles County is coordinating efforts to provide meals to anyone in need. The county also is launching digital resources to provide people free food — including program sign-up information, maps, and frequently asked questions.
  • Los Angeles County has named Tiana Murillo, head of the Chief Executive Office’s Strategic Integration Branch, to oversee and coordinate efforts to temporarily house homeless people during the COVID-19 crisis. Watch a short video of her discussing the work ahead.
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