Metrohas now switched to amodified Sunday schedulefor 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.
MetroLinkcontinues to operate on areduced schedule, is cleaning passenger cars, restrooms and stations more often, and reminds users to scan their tickets instead of tapping them.
Free COVID-19 testingis 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 herefor 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 visiting211la.org/domestic-violence.
Los Angeles County is coordinating efforts to provide meals to anyone in need. The county also is launchingdigital resourcesto 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 ashort videoof her discussing the work ahead.