As our country and region navigates growing concern over Coronavirus (COVID-19), now is a critical time to rely on science and follow guidance from medical and public health professionals.
Across California's 1st District, local health departments are providing updates and guidance to our communities. Below is a list of all health departments throughout the district. Our office will continue to follow this closely, and will make adjustments to upcoming events and gatherings according to public health recommendations.
Learn more about the COVID-19 Latest Map & Case Count nationwide.
If a medical professional says you are unable to work due to having or being exposed to the Coronavirus -- you can file a Disability Insurance claim.
If you’re unable to work because you’re caring for a sick or quarantined family member with Coronavirus -- you can file a Paid Family Leave claim.
Due to COVID-19, Covered California has opened a special enrollment period for getting access to health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. For those who have lost employment-based insurance, whose income has been reduced due to lost work hours, or who are otherwise currently lacking coverage, there are low-cost healthcare options available to you. Click this link to learn more or to enroll with Covered California.
Curious about what the newly-signed economic relief bill (CARES Act) means for the people of California’s 1st District? Check out this digestible FAQ regarding important facets of the bill, including stimulus payments, expanded unemployment benefits, support for small businesses, and more.
Visit the Small Business Administration website for more details about relief for small businesses.
Legal Aid At Work: Undocumented Worker's Employment Rights/Derechos Laborales de Trabajadores Indocumentados: www,legalaidatwork.org/
Coronavirus Disaster Relief Assistance for Immigrants/Asistencia de Alivio de Desastres por Coronavirus para Inmigrantes: www.cdss.ca.gov/