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To see the latest information about COVID-19 and California’s response, visit our homepage.

The federal Emergency Broadband Benefit can help you pay for your broadband internet costs.

Benefit details

The Emergency Broadband Benefit provides:

  • $50 a month off your broadband internet bill
  • $75 a month if you live on Tribal lands
  • $100 discount towards the purchase of a laptop or tablet

Who’s eligible

You are eligible if someone in your household:

  • Gets Medi-Cal
  • Gets EBT (CalFresh or CalWORKS) benefits
  • Gets Tribal TANF or Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations benefits
  • Lost a job or was furloughed
    • And your income is below $99,000 if filing taxes individually or $198,000 if filing jointly
  • Gets lunch through the free and reduced-price school lunch program this year or last year
  • Got a Pell Grant this year
  • Qualifies for Lifeline phone benefits
  • Qualifies for an internet provider’s existing low-income (or COVID-19) broadband program
  • Has an income of less than $12,880 for a family of 1 and up to $44,660 for a family of 8.

Have more questions about eligibility? Tell us.

A temporary program that will end

This is a temporary program, and should end sometime later this year.

Before the program ends:

  • Your internet provider will tell you it is ending.
  • Your internet provider will provide options for other low-cost broadband programs, if they are available.
  • Your service will end unless you tell your broadband provider that you want to continue paying for a plan without the discount.

How to sign up

There is a list of broadband providers that are participating.

After you decide which broadband provider you want to choose, you can apply. You can sign up for the program directly with some providers.

Other providers will ask you to sign-up using a form provided the federal government. See the application form provided by the federal government. Click here.

More information

The federal government has also published a lot of information about the Emergency Broadband Benefit. Here is their list of commonly asked questions.

Need more information about this benefit? Tell us.

We want to hear from you about your experience

The emergency broadband benefit is a federal program, but we want to understand Californians’ needs and experiences to improve what support the state provides.

Tell us about your experience.

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Vaccination data

COVID-19 vaccination is one of the most important tools to end the pandemic. We’re tracking the progress of vaccinating Californians across the state.

See the data statewide and in each county

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More data and tools

California has collected a wide range of data to inform its response to COVID-19. We’ve developed tools to process and analyze this data. These data and tools are available to the public.

Infections by group

The distribution of confirmed COVID-19 cases reveals significant disparities within California’s overall racial and ethnic demographics, with Latino and Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander groups having a disproportionate number of cases relative to their population in the state. Additional COVID-19 race and ethnicity data is available.

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All Californians—regardless of where they live, love sample charts. Here are a few to make your day a little more infographical.

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External links

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PDF links

PDF icons with all the necessary screen reader markup will be added automatically to all the links that have .pdf file extension in their address.

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Accordions

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  • Give the question block the CSS class wp-accordion (in the Advance drop-down on the block).
  • Give the answer block the CSS class wp-accordion-content.
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San José State University Online Teacher Academy

Apple logo

Apple provides a variety of programs to support education, such as Apple Teacher, a self-paced online professional learning program to support and celebrate educators using Apple products for teaching and learning. To support the transition to an online learning environment, Apple Education created the Apple Education Learning Series (AELS) on-demand videos, as well as weekly virtual conferences led by Apple Professional Learning Specialists to discuss the video content with educators. Apple Professional Learning Specialists can also provide a one-to-one, 30 minute, virtual coaching session to support personal learning.

Build skills on iPad and Mac that directly apply to activities with students

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Highlights

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Due to Election Day, the Tuesday, November 3 Blueprint tier assignment has been moved to Wednesday, November 4.

The data used for this week’s tier assignments is from the usual 7-day time period.

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Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine administration paused

California is pausing the administration of the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccine immediately as recommended by the U.S. CDC and FDA out of an abundance of caution. State is working with vaccine providers to prioritize vaccine appointments for the affected individuals.

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Sign up for COVID-19 exposure notifications

Add CA Notify to your phone and get notified if you were near someone with COVID-19.

Find out more
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CA Notify logo

Sign up for COVID-19 exposure notifications

Add CA Notify to your phone and get notified if you were near someone with COVID-19.

Find out more

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Contact tracing works when you answer the call or text.

All you have to do is answer the phone call or respond to the text message survey sent by your local health department.

Contact tracing is an anonymous way to do your part. The more people answer the call or text, the more lives and jobs California will save and the faster we can re-open schools and businesses and keep them open. Your information is always kept confidential.

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Medical masks (also called surgical masks) include many types of loose-fitting disposable masks. The fit of a medical mask can be improved with a simple modification or by using a mask brace.

Buy medical masks with:

  • Three layers of non-woven material
  • An adjustable nose bridge

Surgical masks with ties may provide a closer fit than ear loops.

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Example of a poorly-fit mask

A well-fitted mask has no gaps between the face and mask, which can allow virus particles to leak in or out.

Good fit forces the air that you breathe out and breathe in to go through the mask and be filtered.

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Widespread

More than 7.0 daily new cases (per 100k)*

More than 8.0% positive test for entire county

Widespread

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Widespread

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Widespread

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Less than 2.0% positive tests for entire county

Less than 2.2% positive tests for healthy equity quartile**

Vaccine table

Healthcare workers and long-term care residents (Phase 1A)

NOW VACCINATING

People with a high chance of exposure and those 65 or older (Phase 1B)

Sector populations with high chance of exposure:

  • Agriculture and food
  • Education and childcare
  • Emergency services

NOW VACCINATING

Individuals age 16 or older at higher risk

People with certain significant high-risk:

  • Medical conditions
  • Disabilities
  • Illnesses
  • Living spaces
  • Work environments

NOW VACCINATING

Individuals 50 or older

STARTS APRIL 1, 2021

Every Californian 16 or older

Vaccination of people younger than 16 will start as soon as the COVID-19 vaccines are approved for them

STARTS APRIL 15, 2021

How can I make a vaccine appointment?

How do I get a vaccine appointment?

My Turn

Check myturn.ca.gov or call (833) 422-4255 to get a COVID-19 vaccine appointment. If appointments are not available, you can sign up to be notified when they are.

VaccineFinder

Some local health authorities have additional vaccination appointments. Use the CDC’s VaccineFinder to find an appointment near you.

You can also check with your healthcare provider or local pharmacy.


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When you are fully vaccinated

You can:

  • Spend time with other fully vaccinated people, including indoors, without wearing masks or physical distancing
  • Spend time indoors without wearing masks or physical distancing with unvaccinated people from a single household who are at low risk for severe COVID-19 disease

You should not:

  • Visit indoors, without a mask, with people at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19
  • Attend medium or large gatherings
  • Avoid isolation or testing if symptomatic

See the CDPH’s Travel Advisory and COVID-19 Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People for complete details.

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What you can do once fully vaccinated

You can:

  • Spend time with other fully-vaccinated people, even indoors, without wearing masks or physical distancing

  • Spend time indoors without masks or physical distancing with unvaccinated people from a single household who are at low risk for severe COVID-19 disease
  • Travel domestically without a pre- or post-travel test and without quarantining after travel

  • Travel internationally without a pre-travel test (depending on destination) and without quarantining after travel
  • Take part in outdoor activities and recreation without a mask, except in certain crowded settings and venues

  • Return to work following an exposure as long as you have no COVID-19 symptoms
  • Skip testing if asymptomatic


  • Skip quarantining following a known exposure if asymptomatic

You should:

  • Continue to follow the mandatory CDPH face coverings guidance, including wearing a mask and physically distancing in indoor public settings
  • Get tested and isolate if experiencing COVID-19 symptoms


  • Continue to follow the mandatory CDPH gathering guidance. Avoid large indoor gatherings, especially when they include those who are not fully vaccinated
  • Avoid being indoors unmasked with people at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19
  • Wear well-fitted masks when visiting indoors with unvaccinated people from multiple households as permitted by the gathering guidance
  • Follow COVID-19 guidance issued by your employer
  • Continue to follow the Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS), if they apply at your workplace
  • Follow CDC and health department travel requirements and recommendations

See the CDPH’s Travel Advisory and COVID-19 Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People for complete details.

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  • Wear well-fitted masks when visiting indoors with unvaccinated people from multiple households as permitted by the gathering guidance
  • Follow COVID-19 guidance issued by your employer
  • Continue to follow the Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS), if they apply at your workplace
  • Follow CDC and health department travel requirements and recommendations

The Governor’s Task Force on Business & Jobs Recovery identified support for educators as a critical factor for California’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. For schools that have not reopened for in-person instruction, educators continue to navigate the challenges of providing high quality distance learning. There are many distance learning resources available and the following list was selected based on quality and scope.

Find your area’s COVID-19 website

Use our lookup tool to find COVID-19 text alerts you can get from your county

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Privacy Policy

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Effective as of December 10, 2020

This Privacy Policy describes how the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) protects the privacy of people using the new exposure notification system – CA Notify. The policy explains how the data collected through CA Notify is stored and processed, and the choices available to the users in terms of usage. 

On iOS devices (versions 12.5 and 13.7 or later) the exposure notification system is activated within Settings and no app installation is required. On Android devices an app is available for download. On both types of devices, the privacy policy and choices are the same.

About CA Notify

CA Notify allows users to send and receive notifications of a potential high-risk exposure to COVID-19, in a privacy-preserving manner. The notifications will include instructions on next steps to take. 

The exposure notifications are intended to complement the conventional contact tracing efforts undertaken by local public health authorities involving contact by a caseworker. 

How it works

CA Notify does not collect or exchange any personal information, as defined in the California Information Practices Act, of the user to receive notifications.

The mobile devices of users share anonymous keys (randomly generated strings of numbers) via Bluetooth. The only data used are the anonymous keys, Bluetooth signal strength (proximity), and date and duration of exposure. These data are not linked to a user’s identity or location. Each user’s keys change frequently to further protect their identity. These data are stored only on the user’s own device and are never shared unless and until the user has a positive COVID-19 diagnosis and elects to share this information within the system. The data are stored for a period of 14 days and then automatically deleted. Once deleted the data cannot be restored.

A user who tests positive for COVID-19 may choose to notify other CA Notify users who have been near the user. To trigger such notification, the COVID-19 positive user must enter a valid verification code provided by the CDPH, CA Notify call center, local public health authority, or other provider authorized by CDPH. 

Several times a day, the app downloads a list of all the anonymous keys associated with positive COVID-19 cases that have elected to share their keys. The user’s device checks these keys against the list of keys it has encountered in the past 14 days. If there is a match, and the date, duration, and proximity align with the public health authority’s risk model to indicate a possible exposure to the virus, the user will receive an exposure notification.

The notification will inform the user of the date of exposure and instructions on what to do next.

User consent & choices

Using the system

CA Notify has the potential to help stop the spread of the infection and its use is highly encouraged, but it is completely voluntary.

Users may turn the system on or off at any time, or uninstall the app on an Android device. The system does not collect, track or store users’ location, GPS information, or personal information.

Disabling exposure notifications

Users may disable CA Notify at any time by uninstalling the app (Android), turning off the feature (iOS), turning off the mobile device, or turning off the Bluetooth function. If the user uninstalls or deactivates CA Notify all keys currently stored on the device will be immediately deleted.

Generating exposure notifications to other users

Providing notification to other users is also completely voluntary. If a user tests positive for COVID-19, and chooses to notify others, the user must enter a positive test verification code to release the anonymous keys stored on the mobile device. The user will also be asked to enter a date of symptom onset, if applicable. If available, symptom onset date is used in the risk model to narrow down what other users should receive an exposure notification. Finally, the user is prompted to consent to alert others. When anonymous keys are released, the notifications that may be generated do not disclose the COVID-19 positive user’s identity, location, phone number, or any other personal information.

The exposure notification includes the date of the exposure, but the COVID-19 positive user’s identity is not shared. Sharing the exposure date is important to ensure the right precautions (such as self-quarantine) are taken for an appropriate amount of time based on the exposure date. It is possible that someone who receives an exposure notice could guess the identity of the COVID-19 positive individual, if they had a limited number of contacts on a given day.

A verification code is required to share a positive test result in the system. This ensures that only verified positive test results are used to generate exposure notifications. Verification codes may only be generated by the CDPH, the CA Notify call center, local public health authorities, or other provider authorized by CDPH to issue codes.

Sharing of information

The following categories of de-identified data may be processed and collected by CA Notify:

  • Installing and deleting the app (Android only)
  • Enabling and disabling exposure notifications
  • Receiving an exposure notification
  • Entering a verification code to send anonymous keys
  • Anonymous keys that have been voluntarily shared

The data may be used to monitor system usage, as well as for performance evaluation and statistical or scientific research purposes. The data may also be shared with local public health authorities and the University of California. This information will not include any personal or location information, nor can it be used to identify any system user.

Age requirements

CA Notify is not intended for children under the age of 13. Users between the ages of 13 and 17 can only use the system after the parent or legal guardian has reviewed and provided consent. 

Changes to our Privacy Policy

CDPH may update this Privacy Policy from time to time. Users will be notified of any material changes to this Privacy Policy through the app. The notification will indicate when such changes will become effective.

Users who object to a new Privacy Policy may terminate participation in CA Notify by deleting or uninstalling the app (Android) or turning off the feature (iOS).

Contacting us

If you have any feedback, or any questions, comments, or concerns relating to this Privacy Policy or our privacy practices, please contact us at cdph.ca.gov, or write to us at the following address:

California Department of Public Health
PO Box 997377, MS 0500
Sacramento, CA 95899-7377

CDPH Conditions of Use
https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Pages/Conditions-of-Use.aspx

CDPH Privacy Policy
https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Pages/privacy-policy.aspx

Thanks to your trust in the vaccine and falling transmission rates, California has fully reopened its economy. This means no more physical distancing, no capacity limits, no county tiers, and relaxed mask guidance.

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Reopening California 

California is moving Beyond the Blueprint to safely and fully reopen the economy. 

As of June 15, 2021, the Governor terminated the executive orders that put into place the Stay Home Order and the Blueprint for a Safer Economy. He also phased out the vast majority of executive actions put in place since March 2020 as part of the pandemic response, leaving a subset of provisions that facilitate the ongoing recovery.

The new public health order effective June 15 supersedes all prior health orders. The order has limited restrictions, only related to masking and mega-events, as well as settings serving children and youth pending an expected update to the K-12 schools guidance by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Restrictions that ended on June 15 include:

  • Physical distancing
  • Capacity limits on businesses
  • County tier system

Read the Governor’s orders: N-07-21 and N-08-21. Find details in the California Department of Public Health’s Beyond the Blueprint for Industry and Business Sectors and the Questions & Answers.


Continuing safety measures

Everyday life will feel a lot like before COVID-19. But reopening safely means continuing vaccinations and protecting the health and well-being of Californians.

Do’s and don’ts for daily life

Restaurants, shopping malls, movie theaters, and most everyday places will be open as normal with no capacity limits or social distancing required. Protect yourself and others by keeping these common-sense rules in mind.

Do

  • Wear a mask if you’re unvaccinated, especially in crowded, indoor spaces
  • Follow safety rules for mega-events
  • Get tested if you’re sick
  • Wear a mask while on public transit, even if you’re vaccinated
  • Honor mask and distancing rules in place at a private business
  • Get tested if required by your workplace
  • Wear a mask when you travel

Don’t

  • Expect others to be ready to shake hands or hug
  • Lose your proof of vaccination
  • Think you can’t get the virus or pass it on because you feel well
  • Assume everyone is vaccinated
  • Expect all COVID-19 rules everywhere to be lifted
  • Travel into the U.S. without proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test
  • Travel if you’re sick

Masks

California’s Department of Public Health has updated statewide masking guidance to match the CDC’s guidance, lifting California’s mask requirements for vaccinated individuals starting on June 15. Vaccinated people are able to come together without masks in most circumstances.

People who are unvaccinated must continue to wear a mask indoors in public settings to protect themselves and others. Also, there are some settings where masking is still required for everyone, such as:

  • Public transit
  • Hospitals
  • Long-term care facilities
  • Homeless shelters
  • Indoors in K-12 schools, childcare, and other youth settings 

See CDPH’s Guidance for the Use of Face Coverings to learn where masks are recommended or may be required.

Travel

California no longer has a travel advisory in effect. There is now no state recommendation to test and quarantine before and after travel.

However, the California Department of Public Health asks that you do the following:

  • Delay travel until you’re fully vaccinated
  • If you’re not fully vaccinated, but choose to travel, get tested before and after
  • No matter your vaccination status, wear a mask while on public transportation or in a transportation hub

Get tested if you feel sick, and avoid traveling if you have or may have COVID-19.

See CDC’s travel guidelines and read more at CDPH’s travel flyer.

K-12 schools, day camps, overnight camps, and childcare

California continues to follow current COVID-19 public health guidance for K-12 schools until further updates from the CDC. For school re-opening information, please visit the  Safe Schools for All Hub.

Day camps and other supervised youth activities must follow these specific portions of the current K-12 schools guidance:

Day camps and other supervised youth activities may post the checklist for day camps and other supervised youth activities in the facility.

The K-12 schools guidance does not apply to youth sports.

Current guidance for childcare programs and providers remains in effect.

The guidance for overnight camps remains in effect through September 2021 unless otherwise indicated by CDPH.

Mega-events

Mega-events are indoor events with 5,000 or more people and outdoor events with 10,000 or more people. This includes events like:

  • Conventions, conferences, and expos
  • Concerts, shows, and nightclubs
  • Sporting events
  • Live events and entertainment
  • Fairs, festivals, and parades
  • Theme parks, amusement parks, and water parks
  • Large private events or gatherings
  • Large races, marathons, and endurance events
  • Car shows

For indoor events with 5,000 or more people, attendees must confirm proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 status in order to attend. 

For outdoor events with 10,000 or more people, it is recommended that attendees confirm proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 status in order to attend. 

All attendees must follow CDPH’s Guidance for the Use of Face Coverings. These public health requirements and recommendations will be reviewed and reevaluated no later than September 1, 2021.

Workplace safety

There are no physical distancing or capacity limits for businesses and activities. Most businesses are required to maintain compliance with California’s COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS), which include current public health guidelines. Certain workplaces, like hospitals and correctional facilities, are required to comply with the Aerosol Transmissible Diseases (ATD) standard instead of the ETS. Find more details in the frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 Prevention ETS.

Visit saferatwork.ca.gov to learn more about COVID-19 workplace requirements.


Retiring the Blueprint map

Under the old Blueprint for a Safer Economy framework, every California county was assigned to a risk-level tier. Based on their positivity rate, adjusted case rate, and/or health equity metric (for counties with populations more than 106,000), counties faced varying degrees of activity and capacity restrictions. The weekly status was shown on a map with four tier colors: purple, red, orange, and yellow.

The Blueprint framework was California’s reality from August 2020 to June 2021, but it is no longer in effect. You can find the latest data about your county on the State Dashboard.

See how tier restrictions were assigned and changed, as well as historical county data at CDPH’s Blueprint Data Archive.

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