California is tracking data to understand the spread of COVID-19. (test 2)

Test test test test

On this page you’ll find:


Update for {{_varStatDate_}}

To date, California has confirmed a total of {{_varStatTotalCases_}} COVID-19 cases and {{_varStatTotalDeaths_}} deaths.
Vaccines Administered
{{_varStatVaccines_}} total
{{_varDosesDailyAverage_}} daily avg.
{{_varTotalVaxedPercent_}}% of population vaccinated
Past 8 weeks
Cases
{{_varStatTotalCases_}} total
{{_varCasesDailyAverage_}} daily avg.
{{_varStatNewCasesPer100k_}} new cases (per 100K)
Past 8 weeks
Deaths
{{_varStatTotalDeaths_}} total
{{_varDeathsDailyAverage_}} daily avg.
{{_varStatNewDeathsPer100k_}} new deaths (per 100K)
Past 8 weeks
Tests
 
{{_varStatLatestPositivityPct_}}% test positivity
Past 8 weeks

Updated {{_varStatDate_}}, with data from {{_varStatYesterdayDate_}}.

Vaccines administered source data and cases, deaths, and tests source data


Unvaccinated and vaccinated data

Vaccines prevent serious illness, save lives, and reduce further spread of COVID-19. As more people are vaccinated, the virus is less likely to spread, mutate, and potentially become even more dangerous. Vaccines will help put an end to the pandemic.
  • COVID-19 cases over the last four months
  • From {BEGIN_IMPACT_DATE} to {END_IMPACT_DATE}, unvaccinated people were {RATE_RATIO} times more likely to get COVID-19 than fully vaccinated people.
  • Weekly cases per 100K
  • Cases per 100K (7-day running average)
  • Vaccinated
  • Unvaccinated
  • All cases
  • Data pending
  • Week ending: {WEEKDATE}
    Unvaccinated cases per 100K: {UCOUNT}
    Vaccinated cases per 100K: {VCOUNT}

Vaccines administered data

We’re tracking the progress of vaccinating Californians across the state.


County and statewide data

Cases and deaths

California has {{_varStatTotalCases_}} confirmed cases of COVID-19, resulting in {{_varStatTotalDeaths_}} deaths.

  • Confirmed cases in California
  • Confirmed cases in {REGION} County
  • {total_confirmed_cases} total confirmed cases
  • {new_cases} new cases ({new_cases_delta_1_day} increase)
  • {new_cases} new cases ({new_cases_delta_1_day} decrease)
  • {cases_per_100k_7_days} cases per 100K (7-day average)
  • Episode date
  • Reported date
  • Episode Date: {DATE}
    7-day average case rate per 100K: {7DAY_AVERAGE}
    Cases: {CASES}
  • 7-day average
  • Cases per 100K
  • Cases
  • Episode date
  • Reported date
  • Pending
  • Data incomplete for recent dates
  • Confirmed deaths in California
  • Confirmed deaths in {REGION} County
  • {total_confirmed_deaths} total confirmed deaths
  • {new_deaths} new deaths ({new_deaths_delta_1_day} increase)
  • {new_deaths} new deaths ({new_deaths_delta_1_day} decrease)
  • {deaths_per_100k_7_days} deaths per 100K (7-day average)
  • Death date
  • Reported date
  • Death Date: {DATE}
    7-day average death rate per 100K: {7DAY_AVERAGE}
    Deaths: {DEATHS}
  • 7-day average
  • Deaths per 100K
  • Deaths
  • Death date
  • Reported date
  • Pending
  • Data incomplete for recent dates

Confirmed cases and deaths source data

Testing for COVID-19

The number of COVID-19 diagnostic test results in California reached a total of {{_varStatTested_}}, an increase of {{_varStatTestedDaily_}} tests from the prior day total. The rate of positive tests over the last 7 days is {{_varStatPos_7DayAvgPct_}}%.

  • Total tests in California
  • Total tests in {REGION} County
  • {total_tests_performed} total tests performed
  • {new_tests_reported} new tests reported ({new_tests_reported_delta_1_day} increase)
  • {new_tests_reported} new tests reported ({new_tests_reported_delta_1_day} decrease)
  • Testing date
  • Reported date
  • Testing Date: {DATE}
    7-day average test rate per 100K: {7DAY_AVERAGE}
    Total Tests: {TOTAL_TESTS}
  • 7-day average
  • Tests per 100K
  • Tests
  • Testing date
  • Reported date
  • Pending
  • Data incomplete for recent dates
  • Positivity rate in California
  • Positivity rate in {REGION} County
  • {test_positivity_7_days} test positivity (7-day rate)
  • {test_positivity_7_days_delta_7_days} increase from 7-days prior
  • {test_positivity_7_days_delta_7_days} decrease from 7-days prior
  • Testing Date: {DATE}
    7-day positivity rate: {7DAY_POSRATE}
    Total Tests: {TOTAL_TESTS}
  • Positivity rate
  • Tests
  • Testing date
  • Pending
  • 7-day rate
  • Data incomplete for recent dates

Total tests source data

Confirmed and suspected hospitalizations

The number of hospitalizations due to confirmed and suspected COVID-19 cases in California reached a total of {{_varStatHospitalTotal_}}, {{_varStatHospitalChangeText_}} {{_varStatHospitalChange_ | abs}} from the prior day total. The number of ICU patients due to confirmed and suspected COVID-19 cases in California reached a total of {{_varStatIcuTotal_}}, {{_varStatIcuChangeText_}} {{_varStatIcuChange_ | abs}} from the prior day total.

  • COVID-19 hospitalized patients in California
  • COVID-19 hospitalized patients in {REGION} County
  • COVID-19 ICU patients in California
  • COVID-19 ICU patients in {REGION} County
  • {TOTAL} COVID-19 hospitalized patients
  • {CHANGE} more patients hospitalized from prior day total ({CHANGE_FACTOR} increase)
  • {CHANGE} fewer patients hospitalized from prior day total ({CHANGE_FACTOR} decrease)
  • {TOTAL} COVID-19 ICU patients
  • {CHANGE} more ICU patients from prior day total ({CHANGE_FACTOR} increase)
  • {CHANGE} fewer ICU patients from prior day total ({CHANGE_FACTOR} decrease)
  • Hospitalized
  • ICU
  • Reported date
  • 14-day average
  • Reported Date: {DATE}
    Total hospitalized patients: {TOTAL_HOSPITALIZED}
    14-day average of hospitalized patients: {14DAY_AVERAGE}
  • ICU beds in California
  • ICU beds in {REGION} County
  • {TOTAL} ICU beds available
  • {CHANGE} more ICU beds available from prior day total ({CHANGE_FACTOR} increase)
  • {CHANGE} fewer ICU beds available from prior day total ({CHANGE_FACTOR} decrease)
  • Reported date
  • On {DATE} there was a total of {VALUE} available ICU beds.

COVID-19 hospitalized patients and ICU source data


Cases and deaths by ethnicity, gender, and age

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.

  • Confirmed cases by race and ethnicity in California
  • % of confirmed cases
  • % of state population
  • {category} people account for {metric-value} of confirmed cases and {metric-baseline-value} of the total California population.
  • Updated {PUBLISHED_DATE} with data from {MINUS_ONE_DATE}. Note: Percentages may not add up to 100% due to rounding. “Other” race and ethnicity means those who do not fall under any listed race or ethnicity.
  • Confirmed deaths by race and ethnicity in California
  • % of confirmed deaths
  • % of state population
  • {category} people account for {metric-value} of confirmed deaths and {metric-baseline-value} of the total California population.

Explore more data

Vaccination data

State and county data about vaccination, including by race and ethnicity and age

Health equity data

How COVID-19 has affected different communities across the state

Data and tools

In-depth models, dashboards, databases, and information about California’s COVID-19 data reporting

If you’ve been financially affected by COVID-19, you may be eligible for:


Unemployment insurance

You may be eligible for unemployment insurance benefits if: 

  • You lost your job
  • Your hours were reduced
  • Your business was affected by COVID-19

Most federal unemployment benefits ended in September 2021. This includes:

  • Pandemic unemployment assistance
  • Pandemic additional compensation
  • Pandemic emergency unemployment compensation
  • Mixed earner unemployment compensation
  • Federal-state extended duration

Paid sick leave and other benefits 

If you cannot work because you (or a family member you’re taking care of) are sick or quarantined due to COVID-19, you can:

You may also be able to use paid sick leave:

  • To go to your vaccine appointment
  • If you experience vaccine-related side effects

If you could not work between January 1 and September 30, 2021, you may be able to claim supplemental paid sick leave. This includes if you:

  • Could not work because you (or a family member you took care of) were sick or quarantined due to COVID-19
  • Took time off from work related to getting a vaccine

Use the eligibility navigator to check if you qualify.

If you cannot work due to, or are recovering from, COVID-19 illness, you may be eligible for: 

Find information about all of these benefits in this chart

Check the FAQs about these topics:

  • Job-protected unpaid leave (page 5)
  • Reasonable accommodation for a disability due to COVID-19 (pages 5-7)

Hotel rooms for healthcare workers

On June 15, 2021, the Hotel rooms for California healthcare workers program was discontinued for all facilities except those located in Riverside, Imperial, and San Diego counties. 

Help for agricultural workers

California offers in-home quarantine support in participating counties for workers who need to self-isolate for up to 14 days. Hotel rooms are also offered in some areas. Visit Help for agricultural workers for more information.


Golden State Stimulus payments

Depending on your income, you may qualify for Golden State Stimulus (GSS) payments. Families with children may receive an increased payment. 

Your 2020 California income tax return determines if you’re eligible to receive GSS I or GSS II payments. 

Generally, you must have filed your 2020 California income tax return by October 15, 2021 to be eligible. 

Undocumented workers with an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) may be eligible. If you’re waiting to receive an ITIN to file your taxes, you must:

  • Have applied for an ITIN by October 15, 2021, and
  • File your taxes by February 15, 2022

GSS I

GSS I is a one-time payment of either $600 or $1,200. You may qualify for a GSS I payment if you:

  • Received the California Earned Income Tax Credit (CalEITC), or
  • Have a California adjusted gross income of $75,000 or less for the 2020 tax year and used an ITIN to file your taxes

GSS II

GSS II is a one-time payment of either $500, $600, $1,000, or $1,100. You may qualify for a GSS II payment if you have:

  • A California adjusted gross income of $1 to $75,000 for the 2020 tax year, and 
  • Wages of $0 to $75,000 for the 2020 tax year

Learn more about who qualifies for the GSS

How to get GSS payments

If you’ve already filed your 2020 tax return, you do not have to do anything else. If you qualify, you’ll receive your payments by direct deposit or a check in the mail.


Food

Find food options available to everyone, whether you are working or not.

More options are available for:


Housing, rent, and utilities

If you’re experiencing homelessness, find a contact in your area for help.

Renters struggling due to COVID-19 can get help paying their rent and utility bills. Learn about eviction protection for renters.

If you own a home and are behind on your mortgage payments due to COVID-19, find out how to request mortgage forbearance.


Healthcare and health insurance

Community health clinics

Community health centers and clinics offer free or low-cost medical services. Find a health center in your area.

Health insurance

Get free or low-cost health insurance through Covered California

If you received unemployment insurance, you may be able to get health insurance for as low as $1 per month. 

All plans cover treatment and vaccines for COVID-19.

How to apply

Covered California and Medi-Cal use the same application. You can submit one application to find out which programs you qualify for.

Apply for Covered California

For free and confidential help, call 800-300-1506 (M-F, 8 am to 6 pm).


Benefits for families with children

CalWORKs cash aid

Families with children may be eligible for cash aid through the CalWORKs program. Families that qualify get monthly cash aid to help pay for housing, food, clothing, and more. 

Families that have little cash on hand may qualify. It also depends on other factors like:

  • Citizenship
  • Age
  • Income
  • Assets

Families that have little or no cash can receive up to $200 immediately if they have a family emergency like:

  • No food, essential clothing, or place to stay
  • Urgent medical needs

Apply at BenefitsCal or contact the social services agency in your county. 

Federal Child Tax Credit

If you have children, you may be eligible for the federal Child Tax Credit (CTC), even if you make little or no money.

The CTC amount you may qualify for depends on:

  • Your income
  • Your tax filing status
  • The number of children you claim

Learn the basics about the federal CTC.

How to get the CTC

If you qualify, you will receive the CTC if you’ve done any of these:

  • Filed a 2019 or a 2020 tax return
  • Gave the IRS your information using a non-filer portal
  • Gave the IRS your information to receive the Economic Impact Payment

File a simplified tax return by November 15, 2021, if you:

  • Have not given the IRS your information
  • Usually do not need to file taxes

Monthly payments

You do not have to wait until you file your taxes in 2022 to start getting the CTC. You can get half of your CTC money in 2021 as advance monthly payments. You will get the other half when you file your tax return in 2022.

From July 2021 through December 2021, you can get monthly CTC payments up to:

  • $300 per child under age 6
  • $250 per child ages 6 to 17

Eligible families receive monthly deposits or paper checks directly from the IRS. 

Use the CTC Update Portal to:

  • Check your eligibility for advance payments
  • Get information about your monthly payment amounts
  • Opt-out of advance payments

Call the CTC Helpline at 800-908-4184 to talk to someone who can answer general CTC questions.

California’s child tax credits

State tax credits are available to working Californians that have children. This includes undocumented workers. 

California Earned Income Tax Credit (CalEITC)

If you’re working for a low wage, you can get money back based on how much you earned and how many children you have. If you made $30,000 or less in 2020, you may qualify for the CalEITC.

The CalEITC is a tax credit that can reduce the amount of taxes you owe or increase your tax refund amount. Getting CalEITC does not prevent you from qualifying for any other benefits.

Young Child Tax Credit (YCTC) 

You may qualify for the Young Child Tax Credit (YCTC) of up to $1,000 if you:

  • Qualified for CalEITC, and 
  • Have a child that was under age 6 on December 31, 2020

If you qualify, you could get a bigger tax refund or a reduced tax bill. 

How to get these tax credits

You must file your state tax return to claim both the CalEITC and the YCTC. File your taxes online for free. If you do not have a Social Security Number, file your taxes with an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN). Find out more about ITINs and how you can get one.

Childcare

California has programs to help families pay for childcare. Find out if you qualify for help paying for childcare. You can also call 1-800-KIDS-793.


Funeral costs

Financial help is available for COVID-19 related funeral expenses.

To apply, call the COVID-19 funeral assistance helpline at 844-684-6333 (M-F, 6 am to 6 pm). You cannot apply online.

Find more details in the frequently asked questions.

There are resources for you if your housing situation has been impacted by COVID-19.

On this page:


Help for people experiencing homelessness

If you’re experiencing homelessness or need emergency housing:

Temporary housing through Project Roomkey

If you’re experiencing homelessness, you may be able to get a hotel or motel room through Project Roomkey if you:

  • Test positive for COVID-19 and need to isolate
  • Were exposed to COVID-19 and need to quarantine
  • Are at high-risk for COVID-19, like people:
    • Over age 65
    • With underlying health conditions

Call your local point of contact or your county welfare department to find out more.


Help with rent and utilities

Renters and landlords can get financial help to cover 100% of past-due and future:

  • Rent payments
  • Utility bills like gas, electric, water, garbage, and internet

Applying for rent and utility relief may:

  • Protect you from eviction
  • Clear your rental debt (even if you already moved out)

We recommend renters and landlords work together to apply. Either can start the process. Renters must provide some information, regardless of who starts the application. Landlords can get paid quicker if they take part in the program. Learn more about how to apply.

Apply for California COVID-19 rent relief

To get help with your application, call the COVID-19 rent and utility relief contact center at 833‑430‑2122. It’s open 7 days a week, 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM Pacific Time.

Details for renters

  • Your immigration status does not matter. You are not required to show proof of citizenship to apply.
  • Your landlord is notified once you’ve applied for rent relief.
    • Your landlord cannot see your application.
    • Your information is private and is not shared.
  • Your application will be assigned to a case manager. Watch for emails or phone calls from your case manager about your application. Be sure to respond so your application keeps moving.
  • Renters with a sublease can apply.

Where payments are sent

If your application is approved, rent payments go to:

  • Your landlord if they take part in the rent relief program
  • You if your landlord does not take part in the program

​​If you receive the rent payment, you must pay your landlord within 15 days.

Utility payments go directly to the utility provider.

More help with utilities

You may be able to get help paying your energy bill from the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance ​Program (LIHEAP). ​​​​

You can get a ​​​​one-time payment to help you:​​​

  • ​Pay your heating or cooling bills, even if you use wood, propane, or oil
  • In an emergency or energy crisis, like a utility disconnection

You may also be eligible for weatherization and energy efficiency services. Examples include:

  • Sealing holes and cracks around doors, windows, and pipes
  • Checking your home’s insulation
  • Repairing or replacing windows and water heaters
  • Checking that your heating and air conditioning systems are running well

Improving your home’s weatherization and energy efficiency can help:

  • Reduce your energy usage
  • Lower your monthly utility bill
  • Address health and safety issues your home

Who qualifies

Eligibility for LIHEAP depends on:

  • Your income
  • Where you live
  • How many people are in your household

Find information about LIHEAP services in your area. You can also call 866-675-6623.


Eviction protection

To avoid eviction for unpaid rent, you must apply for rent relief

  • Your landlord must help you apply for rent relief before they can evict you. 
  • Your landlord cannot evict you if you’ve applied and are waiting to find out if you’re eligible.

If you get a notice from your landlord demanding rent payment, you need to apply for rent relief within 15 days.

Find more information about protection from eviction for unpaid rent due to COVID-19:

You can be sued for unpaid rent

If you owe any rent, your landlord can sue you. This is true even if you paid 25% of your rent due between September 2020 and September 2021 to avoid eviction. 

To get help paying past-due rent, apply for rent relief. You can also apply if you need help with upcoming rent payments.  

Free legal help and counseling

Several statewide and local organizations offer free or low-cost legal help to renters.

Contact a local agency to get free rental housing counseling.

Emergency housing 

If you’re being evicted and need emergency housing:

  • Call 211 to find help in your area.
  • Search for resources in your community using the Find Shelter tool.

Affordable rental housing

You may qualify for affordable rental housing if you have low income.

Privately owned subsidized housing

You may be eligible for reduced rent through subsidized housing. Search for an apartment and apply directly with the property.

Public housing

You may be eligible for affordable rental houses or apartments through public housing. Public housing is available for:

  • Families with low-income
  • Older adults
  • People with disabilities

Contact the public housing agency in your area to apply.

Housing choice voucher program (Section 8)

You can find your own place and use a housing voucher to pay for all or part of the rent. Contact the public housing agency in your area to apply.

If you have trouble contacting your local public housing agency, contact a field office for help.


Mortgage forbearance

Most homeowners can pause or reduce their mortgage payments for a limited time if they’re struggling because of COVID-19. This is called forbearance. You request forbearance from your mortgage servicer. Landlords with four properties or less can also request forbearance. 

Learn the steps to pause or reduce your mortgage payments at Help for homeowners.

Avoiding foreclosure

Under federal law, your mortgage servicer must take certain steps to help you before starting the foreclosure process. 

Free housing counseling help

Find an approved housing counselor or call 1-800-569-4287

Free or low-cost legal help

If you believe your lender harmed you by violating the law, you can file a lawsuit against them. You can get free or low-cost legal help from statewide and local organizations.


Mortgage relief

If you’ve fallen behind on your mortgage payments due to COVID-19, you may be able to get help to catch up with them. 

If you qualify, you can get up to $80,000 of your past due payments covered. This money goes directly to your mortgage servicer. You do not have to pay this money back.

Who qualifies

  • Your income is at or below 100% of the Area Median Income (AMI). This includes the income of all people over the age of 18 in your household. Find your AMI threshold.
  • You must:
    • Be at least two payments past due as of December 27, 2021.
    • Currently own and live in the property in California as your primary residence.
    • Only own and live in one property.
    • Attest that you experienced a Qualified Financial Hardship:
      • A temporary or permanent reduction of earned income directly related to COVID-19, or
      • An increase in household living expenses directly related to COVID-19, like:
        • Medical expenses
        • An increase in household size
        • Costs to reconnect utility services
  • The original, unpaid principal balance of your primary mortgage loan must be less than the conforming loan limit in effect at the time your loan was issued. 
  • You cannot have cash or assets equal to or greater than the relief funds needed, plus $20,000. Your retirement savings does not count as cash or assets. 
    • For example, a homeowner needs $30,000 to get caught up on their mortgage.
      • If they have less than $50,000 in assets, they may be eligible. 
      • If they have $50,000 or more in assets, they are not eligible.

Use the application questionnaire to check if you’re eligible. You do not need to provide personal information to complete it. 

How to apply

Complete the application questionnaire to begin the application process. The result will tell you if you may be eligible and can apply.

You’ll need to register for an account to apply.

You may need to provide:

  • Mortgage statements
  • Bank statements
  • Utility bill
  • Income documents, like:
    • Paystubs
    • Tax returns
    • Unemployment insurance documents
  • Other information depending on your circumstances

Visit the California Mortgage Relief Program for more information.

If you have questions, call the Mortgage Relief hotline at 1-888-840-2594

If you need help now, contact:

There are resources for businesses that need financial help because of COVID-19.

On this page:


Loans

COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL)

Small businesses may be eligible for a COVID-19 EIDL up to $2 million. Businesses can defer repayment of the loan for 2 years. Businesses can use the funds for:

  • Payroll
  • Rent or mortgage
  • Utilities
  • Debt
  • Other regular business expenses

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is not accepting new applications for a COVID-19 EIDL. SBA will continue processing applications received on or before December 31, 2021, including:

  • Pending loan applications
  • Loan increase requests
  • Applications in reconsideration or appeal
  • Targeted advance EIDL applications and reevaluation requests

If you applied for or received a COVID-19 EIDL before December 31, 2021, you can request:

  • More funds. You have up to 2 years from the start of your first loan to request a loan increase.
  • Reconsideration of a declined loan. You have up to 6 months from the date of decline to request reconsideration.
  • An appeal of a declined reconsideration request. You have up to 30 days from the date of the declined reconsideration request to request an appeal.
  • Reconsideration of a declined targeted advance decision. You have up to 6 months from the date of decline to request reconsideration.

Visit U.S. SBA’s COVID-19 EIDL website for more information.

COVID-19 Disaster Relief Loan Guarantee

Businesses and nonprofits with 750 employees or less may be eligible for a COVID-19 Disaster Relief Loan Guarantee up to $1 million. The loan guarantee:

  • Can cover up to 95% of the loan if there is a default for up to 7 years.
  • Helps a business get access to capital from a bank. Banks have less risk because there is a guarantee of repayment and are more willing to lend. 

Visit the California Infrastructure and Economic Development (iBank) COVID-19 Disaster Relief Loan Guarantee Program for more information.

California Rebuilding Fund

Small businesses may be eligible for a loan up to $100,000 from the California Rebuilding Fund. These loans are not forgivable. You must pay it back within either 3 or 5 years.

To be eligible, businesses must have:

  • Employed 50 or less full-time employees
  • Had gross revenue of less than $5 million in 2019

Find complete eligibility criteria.

Submit a pre-application to see if you match with a participating community lender. If you match, the lender will work with you on your full loan application. If approved for a loan, the lender will continue to work with you for the duration of your loan term. All participating lenders are certified as Community Development Financial Institutions.

Visit the California Rebuilding Fund website for more information.


Grants

California Microbusiness COVID-19 Relief Grant Program

Small businesses may be eligible for a grant of $2,500 from the California Microbusiness COVID-19 Relief grant program. Check your county’s website for opportunities to apply for this funding in your area.

California Dream Fund

The California Dream Fund offers grants of up to $10,000 to eligible small businesses. To be eligible, your business must take part in intensive training and consulting. 

California has a network of centers for small businesses that provide technical assistance. Find your local small business center and contact them for more information.

California Nonprofit Performing Arts Grants Program

Nonprofit performing arts organizations may be eligible for grants up to $75,000. Businesses can use these funds for:

  • Employee expenses like payroll, healthcare benefits, paid leave benefits, and insurance premiums
  • Contributions or payments to a centralized payment service
  • Recruitment, training, and development
  • Other operating expenses or equipment for employees

Sign up for the California Office of the Small Business Advocate’s newsletter for updates.


Tax credits

Employers may be able to claim state and federal employer tax credits:

  • Employee Retention Credit for wages paid before October 1, 2021.
  • Paid leave credit for sick and family leave paid before October 1, 2021. This includes leave paid to employees to get vaccinated or recover from vaccinations.
  • Homeless Hiring Tax Credit for wages paid between January 2022 and December 2026 to workers experiencing homelessness.

Prevent layoffs with work sharing

Employers can apply for the Work Sharing Program.

Work sharing helps employers:

  • Prevent layoffs
  • Bring back laid-off workers
  • Avoid hiring and training expenses

With work sharing, employees:

  • Keep their current job
  • Get partial unemployment insurance benefits to supplement their reduced work hours and wages
  • Avoid financial hardships

Find more information about the California Employment Development Department’s Work Sharing Program.


Stay informed

We track COVID-19 variants in California to control the spread of the disease.

On this page:


Variants in California

California genetically sequences a sample of positive COVID-19 tests to determine their variant. Knowing what variants are circulating in California informs public health and clinical action.

This chart shows the sample of sequenced positive tests where the variant was identified. Sequencing can only be done at specialized labs. It generally occurs several days or more after a test is identified as positive for COVID-19. Not all positive COVID-19 tests are genetically sequenced.

  • % of sequenced
    specimens
  • Variant data is updated weekly. The chart has data on specimens collected through {CHART_LAST_DATE} and was updated on {CHART_PUBLISH_DATE}. The California Department of Public Health has more information and data about variants.
  • Week ending
  • Pending
  • Data incomplete for recent dates
  • All time
  • 6 months
  • 90 days

Explore more data

State data

Statewide and county cases, deaths, hospitalizations, and tests, including by vaccination status, gender, and age

Vaccination data

State and county data about vaccination, including by race and ethnicity and age

Health equity data

How COVID-19 has affected different communities across the state

Data and tools

In-depth models, dashboards, databases, and information about California’s COVID-19 data reporting

Live renders of state-dashboard charts using current data.

Vaccines
Cases
Deaths
Tests
Postvax Cases
  • COVID-19 cases over the last four months
  • From {BEGIN_IMPACT_DATE} to {END_IMPACT_DATE}, unvaccinated people were {RATE_RATIO} times more likely to get COVID-19 than fully vaccinated people.
  • Weekly cases per 100K
  • Cases per 100K (7-day running average)
  • Vaccinated
  • Unvaccinated
  • All cases
  • Data pending
  • Week ending: {WEEKDATE}
    Unvaccinated cases per 100K: {UCOUNT}
    Vaccinated cases per 100K: {VCOUNT}
Postvax Deaths
  • COVID-19 deaths over the last four months
  • Deaths statement: From {BEGIN_IMPACT_DATE} to {END_IMPACT_DATE}, unvaccinated people were {RATE_RATIO} times more likely to die from COVID-19 than fully vaccinated people.
  • Weekly deaths per million
  • Deaths per million (7-day running average)
  • Vaccinated
  • Unvaccinated
  • All cases
  • Data pending
  • Week ending: {WEEKDATE}
    Unvaccinated deaths per million: {UCOUNT}
    Vaccinated deaths per million: {VCOUNT}
Postvax Hospitalizations
  • COVID-19 hospitalizations over the last four months
  • From {BEGIN_IMPACT_DATE} to {END_IMPACT_DATE}, unvaccinated people were {RATE_RATIO} times more likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19 than fully vaccinated people.
  • Weekly hospitalizations per million
  • Hospitalizations per million (7-day running average)
  • Vaccinated
  • Unvaccinated
  • All cases
  • Data pending
  • Week ending: {WEEKDATE}
    Unvaccinated hospitalizations per million: {UCOUNT}
    Vaccinated hospitalizations per million: {VCOUNT}

California is tracking data to understand the spread of COVID-19.

On this page you’ll find:


Update for {{_varStatDateNoTime_}}

Vaccines Administered
{{_varStatVaccines_}} total
{{_varDosesDailyAverage_}} daily avg.
{{_varTotalVaxedPercent_}}% of population vaccinated
(5+ with at least one dose)
Past 8 weeks
Cases
{{_varStatTotalCases_}} total
{{_varCasesDailyAverage_}} daily avg.
{{_varStatNewCasesPer100k_}} new cases (per 100K)
 
Past 8 weeks
Deaths
{{_varStatTotalDeaths_}} total
{{_varDeathsDailyAverage_}} daily avg.
{{_varStatNewDeathsPer100k_}} new deaths (per 100K)
 
Past 8 weeks
Tests
 
{{_varStatLatestPositivityPct_}}% test positivity
Past 8 weeks

Updated {{_varStatDateLaterAccurate_}}, with data from {{_varCommonDateReport_}}.

Vaccines administered updated {{_varVaxDateAccurate_}}, with data from {{_varVaxDateReport_}}.
Cases, deaths, and tests updated {{_varCasesDateAccurate_}}, with data from {{_varCasesDateReport_}}.

Vaccines administered source data and cases, deaths, and tests source data


Unvaccinated and vaccinated data

Vaccines prevent serious illness, save lives, and reduce further spread of COVID-19. As more people are vaccinated, the virus is less likely to spread, mutate, and potentially become even more dangerous. Vaccines will help put an end to the pandemic.
  • COVID-19 cases over the last four months
  • From {BEGIN_IMPACT_DATE} to {END_IMPACT_DATE}, unvaccinated people were {RATE_RATIO} times more likely to get COVID-19 than fully vaccinated people.
  • Weekly cases per 100K
  • Cases per 100K (7-day running average)
  • Vaccinated
  • Unvaccinated
  • All cases
  • Data pending
  • Week ending: {WEEKDATE}
    Unvaccinated cases per 100K: {UCOUNT}
    Vaccinated cases per 100K: {VCOUNT}

Unvaccinated and vaccinated cases, hospitalizations, and death source data

Vaccines administered data

We’re tracking the progress of vaccinating Californians across the state.


County and statewide data

Cases and deaths

California has {{_varStatTotalCases_}} confirmed cases of COVID-19, resulting in {{_varStatTotalDeaths_}} deaths.

  • Confirmed cases in California
  • Confirmed cases in {REGION} County
  • {total_confirmed_cases} total confirmed cases
  • {new_cases} new cases ({new_cases_delta_1_day} increase)
  • {new_cases} new cases ({new_cases_delta_1_day} decrease)
  • {cases_per_100k_7_days} cases per 100K (7-day average)
  • Episode date
  • Reported date
  • All time
  • 6 months
  • 90 days
  • Date: {DATE}
    7-day average case rate per 100K: {7DAY_AVERAGE}
    Cases: {CASES}
  • 7-day average
  • Cases per 100K
  • Cases
  • Episode date
  • Reported date
  • Pending
  • Data incomplete for recent dates
>
  • Confirmed deaths in California
  • Confirmed deaths in {REGION} County
  • {total_confirmed_deaths} total confirmed deaths
  • {new_deaths} new deaths ({new_deaths_delta_1_day} increase)
  • {new_deaths} new deaths ({new_deaths_delta_1_day} decrease)
  • {deaths_per_100k_7_days} deaths per 100K (7-day average)
  • Death date
  • Reported date
  • All time
  • 6 months
  • 90 days
  • Date: {DATE}
    7-day average death rate per 100K: {7DAY_AVERAGE}
    Deaths: {DEATHS}
  • 7-day average
  • Deaths per 100K
  • Deaths
  • Death date
  • Reported date
  • Pending
  • Data incomplete for recent dates

Confirmed cases and deaths source data

Testing for COVID-19

The number of COVID-19 diagnostic test results in California reached a total of {{_varStatTested_}}, an increase of {{_varStatTestedDaily_}} tests from the prior day total. The rate of positive tests over the last 7 days is {{_varStatPos_7DayAvgPct_}}%.

>
  • Total tests in California
  • Total tests in {REGION} County
  • {total_tests_performed} total tests performed
  • {new_tests_reported} new tests reported ({new_tests_reported_delta_1_day} increase)
  • {new_tests_reported} new tests reported ({new_tests_reported_delta_1_day} decrease)
  • Testing date
  • Reported date
  • All time
  • 6 months
  • 90 days
  • Date: {DATE}
    7-day average test rate per 100K: {7DAY_AVERAGE}
    Total Tests: {TOTAL_TESTS}
  • 7-day average
  • Tests per 100K
  • Tests
  • Testing date
  • Reported date
  • Pending
  • Data incomplete for recent dates
>
  • Positivity rate in California
  • Positivity rate in {REGION} County
  • {test_positivity_7_days} test positivity (7-day rate)
  • {test_positivity_7_days_delta_7_days} increase from 7-days prior
  • {test_positivity_7_days_delta_7_days} decrease from 7-days prior
  • All time
  • 6 months
  • 90 days
  • Testing Date: {DATE}
    7-day positivity rate: {7DAY_POSRATE}
    Total Tests: {TOTAL_TESTS}
  • Positivity rate
  • Tests
  • Testing date
  • Pending
  • 7-day rate
  • Data incomplete for recent dates

Total tests and positivity rate source data

Hospitalizations

The number of hospitalizations due to confirmed COVID-19 cases in California reached a total of {{_varStatHospitalTotal_}}, {{_varStatHospitalChangeText_}} {{_varStatHospitalChange_ | abs}} from the prior day total. The number of ICU patients due to confirmed COVID-19 cases in California reached a total of {{_varStatIcuTotal_}}, {{_varStatIcuChangeText_}} {{_varStatIcuChange_ | abs}} from the prior day total.

>
  • COVID-19 hospitalized patients in California
  • COVID-19 hospitalized patients in {REGION} County
  • COVID-19 ICU patients in California
  • COVID-19 ICU patients in {REGION} County
  • {TOTAL} COVID-19 hospitalized patients
  • {CHANGE} more patients hospitalized from prior day total ({CHANGE_FACTOR} increase)
  • {CHANGE} fewer patients hospitalized from prior day total ({CHANGE_FACTOR} decrease)
  • {TOTAL} COVID-19 ICU patients
  • {CHANGE} more ICU patients from prior day total ({CHANGE_FACTOR} increase)
  • {CHANGE} fewer ICU patients from prior day total ({CHANGE_FACTOR} decrease)
  • Hospitalized
  • ICU
  • All time
  • 6 months
  • 90 days
  • Reported date
  • 14-day average
  • Reported Date: {DATE}
    Total hospitalized patients: {TOTAL_HOSPITALIZED}
    14-day average of hospitalized patients: {14DAY_AVERAGE}
>
  • ICU beds in California
  • ICU beds in {REGION} County
  • {TOTAL} ICU beds available
  • {CHANGE} more ICU beds available from prior day total ({CHANGE_FACTOR} increase)
  • {CHANGE} fewer ICU beds available from prior day total ({CHANGE_FACTOR} decrease)
  • Reported date
  • On {DATE} there was a total of {VALUE} available ICU beds.
  • All time
  • 6 months
  • 90 days

COVID-19 hospitalized patients and ICU source data


Cases and deaths by ethnicity, gender, and age

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.

  • Confirmed cases by race and ethnicity in California
  • % of confirmed cases
  • % of state population
  • {category} people account for {metric-value} of confirmed cases and {metric-baseline-value} of the total California population.
  • Updated {PUBLISHED_DATE} with data from {MINUS_ONE_DATE}. Note: Percentages may not add up to 100% due to rounding. “Other” race and ethnicity means those who do not fall under any listed race or ethnicity.
  • Confirmed deaths by race and ethnicity in California
  • % of confirmed deaths
  • % of state population
  • {category} people account for {metric-value} of confirmed deaths and {metric-baseline-value} of the total California population.

Explore more data

Vaccination data

State and county data about vaccination, including by race and ethnicity and age

Variants

Data about which variants are in California, including Delta and Omicron

Health equity data

How COVID-19 has affected different communities across the state

Data and tools

In-depth models, dashboards, databases, and information about California’s COVID-19 data reporting

What to do now

Do what it takes to stay safe until COVID-19 is under control. Use these tools to reduce the risk of infection.

Photo of a woman's arm getting a bandage after receiving a vaccination

Vaccinations

If you’re 12 or older, get vaccinated. It’s our best tool to end the pandemic. Vaccination is safe, effective, and free.

Photo of a group of people wearing masks

Masks

Wear a mask to keep from spreading the virus to those with no defense, like the immune-compromised and children under 12.

Photo of an outdoor COVID-19 testing center and a man getting tested by a nurse

Testing

Get tested for COVID-19 if you may have been exposed. It’s free and confidential for everyone in California.

Woman reading a COVID-19 exposure notification on her phone

Exposure notifications

Turn on exposure notifications in your Apple or Android phone. CA Notify can then alert you if you’ve been near someone who tested positive.

Photo of a class of children raising their hands in front of a teacher

Education

As kids return to in-person learning, find out requirements for school staff to mask, vaccinate, and test.

Photo of a barista serving a coffee to go

Workplace safety

Employers are responsible for keeping the work environment safe. See the state’s rules and standards to support this.

Photo of the Staples Center in Los Angeles

Mega-events

Mega-events are indoor events with 5,000 or more people and outdoor events with 10,000 or more people. Attendee rules apply for each.

Photo of a woman on a train looking at her phone

Travel

Keep California healthy and our communities open by following CDC travel guidelines.

As things change across the state, we’re constantly updating our content to provide the most up-to-date information for Californians.

This page has been removed because we’re no longer hosting information on this topic.

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.

strings used on the homepage

_idtext
varPast8WeeksPast 8 weeks
varDailyAvgdaily avg.
varOfPopulationVaccinatedof population vaccinated
varTestLabelTest on July 1, 12:21pm
varStatsHeaderTracking COVID-19 in CA
varTotalCasesCases
varTotalDeathsDeaths
varTestsReportedTests
varPercentIncrease% increase
varStateSummaryState data
varVaccinationVaccination data
varHealthEquityHealth equity
varHeroTitleYour actions save lives
varHeroP1Get your booster
varHeroP2Keep California healthy
varHeroAlertSocialCheck the Governor’s updates
varRecentUpdatesTitleRecent updates
varPeopleWantToKnowTitlePeople want to know
varForBusinessesFor businesses
varVaccinesAdministeredVaccines Administered
varTotaltotal
varTodaytoday
varNewCasesPer100new cases per 100K
varNewDeathsPer100new deaths per 100K
varTestPositivitytest positivity
varDataDetailsHereDetails about this data are available in the
varStateDashboardstate dashboard
varTestingtesting update
varUpdateTextUpdated [UpdatedDate] with data from [DataDate]
varHeroImageAltThree young women enjoy a sunny walk on a California beach.
varUpdateTextVaxVaccines administered updated [VaxUpdatedDate] with data from [VaxDataDate]
varUpdateTextCasesCases, deaths, and tests updated [CasesUpdatedDate] with data from [CasesDataDate]

Use this to set up the menu structure.

_section_indexlabel
1Safety in daily life
2Fighting COVID-19
3California’s response
4Services
Sections
_section_indexlabel_slug_or_url
1Current safety measuressafely-reopening
1Masksmasks-and-ppe
1Traveltravel
1Safety in the workplaceworkers-and-businesses
1Exposure notificationshttps://canotify.ca.gov/
1Mega-eventsmega-events
1Holidaysholidays
2Vaccinesvaccines
2Testingget-tested
2Tracking COVID-19 in Californiastate-dashboard
2Variantsvariants
2Vaccination datavaccination-progress-data
2Vax for the Winvax-for-the-win
2Contact tracinghttps://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19-Contact-Tracing.aspx
2Symptoms and riskshttps://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Symptoms-Risks.aspx
2Treatmentshttps://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Treatments.aspx
3California Health Corpshttps://emsa.ca.gov/ca-health-corps/
3Contractscontracts
3Data and toolsdata-and-tools
3Fighting discriminationdiscrimination
3Health equity and COVID‑19equity
4Education and childcareeducation
4Distance learningdistance-learning
4Emotional supportresources-for-emotional-support-and-well-being
4Financial helpget-financial-help
4Food resourcesfood-resources
4Housing and renthousing-and-homelessness
4Help for individuals and familieshelp-for-individuals-and-families
4Help for agricultural workershousing-for-agricultural-workers
4Help for immigrantshttps://immigrantguide.ca.gov/en/covid19/
4Hotlines and local infoget-local-information
4Help for businessesbusiness-and-employers
Links

ActiveVideo TitleDescriptionVideoURLVideoIDImageURLImageALTButtonTextButtonURL
XKeep California moving. Get vaccinated.https://youtu.be/fP9SmTAmJjwfP9SmTAmJjwhttps://files.covid19.ca.gov/img/keep-california-moving.jpgKeep California movingVisit My Turn to schedule your vaccinationhttps://myturn.ca.gov
Live January 12 at 12:45 PM: Press conference with the GovernorGov. Gavin Newsom to highlight state actions to fight COVID-19https://youtu.be/mTGk5zXOm6wmTGk5zXOm6whttps://files.covid19.ca.gov/img/govpresser.jpgPress conference with CA Gov. Gavin NewsomSee past press conferenceshttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS1sIrqLVSo9jz15dkLRKxOMUR2-MtoH7
Live February 2 at 12:00 PM: Press conference with Dr. Mark GhalyCHHS Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly addresses California’s response to COVID-19.https://youtu.be/jXtVZSi9qeMjXtVZSi9qeMhttps://files.covid19.ca.gov/img/drghalypresser.jpgPress conference with CA CHHS Secretary Dr. Mark GhalySee past press conferenceshttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZqpl41f-8c_DHaRyq9LCD5vHqT-CMkgA
Homepage Video

H1 Heading

H2 Heading

H3 Heading

H4 Heading

H3=5 Heading

TOC list

Top of page anchor links, they are linked to H2 sections on this page. These can be applied on “what’s on this page” anchor links navigation. Simply add toc class your list.


Buttons

Action buttons links

UI buttons with .bd-4px class

Buttons with icons

Toggles

Large Tabs

Small tabs

List links with arrows

Arrow list is unordered ul list with class arrow-links. Inside of the list items use a links with class link-arrow-blue on light background, or white a links with class link-arrow-white on dark backgrounds. See examples below:

Blue arrow list links

White arrow list links:

External links

External Links are hyperlinks that point outside of current domain. To indicate external link you can add class external to your hyperlink, or if you familiar with HTML, in your HTML mode you can add span with  ca-gov-icon-external-link icon class with a disclaimer for the screen reader users that this hyperlink opens in new window will open in the new window. See code example below:

<a href="https://ca.gov">anchor link <span class="ca-gov-icon-external-link link-icon" aria-hidden="true"></span><span class="sr-only">opens in new window</span></a>

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.

Link with .pdf file extension in the href

Accordions

How to create accordion in WordPress post:

  • Create an ordinary Paragraph block for the question, and a Paragraph or List block for the answer.
  • 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.
  • You can have multiple Paragraph or List answer blocks that roll up to one question – basically, every block with wp-accordion-content will be contained in the wp-accordion above it. If you leave off the CSS class, it will appear outside the accordion.

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

Dark accordion example

This is dark accordion that has turned to dark side. However, text is still white, which is a good sign.

This is next dark accordion title

If you would like to add dark accordion to your WP post you need to add dark-accordion class to your h4 header in advanced section of the WP post editor. And then give your answer block dark-accordion-content CSS class.

One more dark accordion title

You can have multiple Paragraph or List answer blocks that roll up to one question – basically, every block with dark-accordion-content will be contained in the dark-accordion above it. If you leave off the CSS class, it will appear outside the accordion.

Some title between dark accordion sections

One more dark accordion title (stand alone)

Some more dark accordion content. this is stand alone accordion to show that margin and paddings are working when it’s stand alone.

Highlights

How to create highlight box in WordPress use div container with class highlight or highlight-lightblue:

Highlight with centered text

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.

Light blue highlight with left aligned text

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.

Highlight with image and left aligned text:

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
CA Notify logo

Highlight with image on the right side and left aligned text

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

Image Caption

To have image with caption to the left or right of the text use HTML block with 2 columns such as col-md-8. Number 8 means that this column will occupy 8 out of 12 grid columns (or 2/3 of the page width). If fist column has number 8 in it that means that second column for the image needs to be with number 4 col-md-4 (becasue 8 + 4 = 12). In the image columns right under the image you can insert the paragraph text with class caption

<p class="caption">Caption text</p>

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.

illustration of man on phone

Image caption could be really long. And if the caption is longer than this one, it pushes the image and body text within that paragraph weirdly left, creating empty space on the right.

We’d like the caption text to be smaller, italicized, and wrap under the image without creating empty space.

Layouts with images

Use following code blocks for layouts with images.

Image is placed in the right column. Make sure you add class mx-auto and d-block for the image to fit correctly in the mobile, as well as some image description in the alt attribute.

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.

Woman wearing a medical mask.

Image is placed in the left column.

Woman wearing an ill-fitting mask that gaps and lets unfiltered air in and out.

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.

Matrix table

Widespread

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

More than 8.0% positive test for entire county

Widespread

4.0 – 7.0 daily new cases (per 100k)*

5.0 – 8.0% positive tests for entire county

5.3 – 8.0% positive tests for healthy equity quartile**

Widespread

4.0 – 7.0 daily new cases (per 100k)*

5.0 – 8.0% positive tests for entire county

5.3 – 8.0% positive tests for healthy equity quartile**

Widespread

Less than 1.0 daily new cases (per 100k)*

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.


Sections Separator

Using native WordPress separator block. it is black, taking full width of the page and has 5rem of vertical margin as default. If you would like to change the horizontal rule’s color you can apply following classes to it in advanced options: bd-top-blue, bd-top-darkblue, bd-top-lightblue.


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.

Lists

list-can

  • You can do it we can help
  • You can do all things
  • You can do it but think twice

list-should

  • You should stay home
  • You should wear mask
  • You should sleep well

list-check

  • List check item 1
  • List check item 2
  • List check item 3

list-not

  • Do not overeat
  • Do not overreact
  • You should not judge others by their appearance

list-noun

  • List item 1
  • List item 2
  • List item 3

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.

Blue text highlight

  • 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

News titleNews contentLink textlink URL
Vaccinated Californians 18 and up could win a dream vacation July 1Vax for the Win has new prizes! Get vaccinated and you could win one of 6 dream vacations to San Francisco, Palm Springs, San Diego, Anaheim, or Los Angeles. Hotels, meals, fun, and spending money included!Get the detailshttp://covid19.ca.gov/vax-for-the-win
Governor to end COVID-19 restrictions on activities and businesses June 15The California economy will fully reopen on Tuesday – no more physical distancing, no more capacity limits on businesses, no more county tiers, and relaxed mask guidance.Find out morehttps://covid19.ca.gov/stay-home-except-for-essential-needs/
California to align its mask guidance with CDC’s effective June 15, 2021California issued Guidance for the Use of Face Coverings to align with CDC recommendations. This guidance provides information about where masks may still be required or recommended.Learn morehttps://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/guidance-for-face-coverings.aspx

Updated <month> <date>, <year> at <time>

Narrative copy to go here… Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.

Statewide COVID-19 Data


California state-wide data


Statewide Testing Data

Small disclaimer about above Tableau chart


County Monitoring List

Counties at risk Tableau Chart

Questions and links on homepage

text_url
What’s open in my county?safer-economy/
Where can I get a test?testing-and-treatment/
What are the symptoms and risks?symptoms-and-risks/
What do I do about stress?resources-for-emotional-support-and-well-being/#managing-stress
text_url
Can I travel?travel/
How can I get vaccinated?vaccines/
Can I get financial help?get-financial-help/
What’s the plan to keep schools safe?https://schools.covid19.ca.gov/

Sign up for local emergency alerts

Stay informed of local updates by signing up for your county alert.

Please enter a county or zip code in California.

    Choose a language

    Choose a language using the drop-down menu.

    This translation tool is provided for purposes of information and convenience.

    Google™ Translate is a free third-party service. It is not controlled by the State of California. The State of California cannot guarantee the accuracy of any translation provided by Google™ Translate. The State of California is not liable for any inaccurate information or formatting changes to due using Google™ Translate.

    The English web pages of this site are the official and accurate sources. Any differences created by translation are not binding and have no legal effect. Refer to the English pages to resolve any discrepancies.

    Search this website

    Popular searches

    Use this table to inform the system that page redirects should happen. Leave “replacement_url” blank if the page is permanently removed, and has no direct replacement. Keep leading slashes (/) for relative links. Keep trailing slashes (/) for folders. Put “https://” in front of absolute links.

    original_urlreplacement_url
    /sandbox//
    /v5-state-dashboard//state-dashboard/
    /v4-state-dashboard//state-dashboard/
    /v1-homepage//
    /v1-state-dashboard//state-dashboard/
    /v2-state-dashboard//state-dashboard/
    /v3-state-dashboard//state-dashboard/
    /charts-sandbox//
    /what-you-can-do//safely-reopening/
    /health-corps//healthcorps/
    /employment//workers-and-businesses/
    /toolkit/https://toolkit.covid19.ca.gov/
    /img/wp/caregivers-and-kids_california-surgeon-general_stress-busting-playbook_draft-v2_clean_ada_04072020.pdf/pdf/caregivers_and_kids_california_surgeon_general_stress_busting_playbook_draft_v2_clean_ada_04072020v2.pdf
    /img/wp/california_surgeon-general_stress-busting-playbook_draft-v2clean_ada.pdf/pdf/caregivers_and_kids_california_surgeon_general_stress_busting_playbook_draft_v2_clean_ada_04072020v2.pdf
    /img/wp/essential-workforce-document-spanish-03222020.pdf/img/wp/essential-workforce_espanol_final.pdf
    /img/wp/covid-19-immigrant-guidance-accessible-gov7sp23150.pdf/img/wp/listos_covid_19_immigrant_guidance_en_daf.pdf
    /img/wp/covid-19-immigrant-guidance-accessible-1.pdf/img/wp/listos_covid_19_immigrant_guidance_en_daf.pdf
    /pdf/wp/covid-19-immigrant-guidance-accessible-1.pdf/pdf/wp/listos_covid_19_immigrant_guidance_en_daf.pdf
    /img/wp/covid-19-immigrant-guidance-final-accessible-1.pdf/img/wp/listos_covid_19_immigrant_guidance_en_daf.pdf
    /img/wp/covid-19-immigrant-guidance-accessible-1-2.pdf/img/wp/listos_covid_19_immigrant_guidance_en_daf.pdf
    /img/wp/spanish-covid-19-immigrant-guidance-accessible-1.pdf/img/wp/listos_covid_19_immigrant_guidance_es_daf.pdf
    /img/wp/spanish-covid-19-immigrant-guidance-accessible-1-2.pdf/img/wp/listos_covid_19_immigrant_guidance_es_daf.pdf
    /img/wp/spanish-covid-19-immigrant-guide-accessible.pdf/img/wp/listos_covid_19_immigrant_guidance_es_daf.pdf
    /wp-content/uploads/2020/04/LISTOS_COVID_19_immigrant_guidance_EN_dAf.pdf/img/wp/listos_covid_19_immigrant_guidance_es_daf.pdf
    /safety-in-public-places//safely-reopening/
    /safety-in-public-places-ar//ar/safely-reopening/
    /safety-in-public-places-es//es/safely-reopening/
    /safety-in-public-places-ko//ko/safely-reopening/
    /safety-in-public-places-tl//tl/safely-reopening/
    /safety-in-public-places-vi//vi/safely-reopening/
    /safety-in-public-places-zh-hans//zh-hans/safely-reopening/
    /safety-in-public-places-zh-hant//zh-hant/safely-reopening/
    /stats-zh-hant//zh-hant/state-dashboard/
    /stats//state-dashboard/
    /الأماكن-العامة//ar/safely-reopening/
    /guide-immigrant-californians-tl-2/https://immigrantguide.ca.gov/fil/covid19/
    /telehealth-care
    /guia-californianos-inmigrantes/https://immigrantguide.ca.gov/es/covid19/
    /encuentre-opciones-de-cuidado-infantil-cerca-de-usted/https://mychildcare.ca.gov/#/home
    /empresas-y-empleadores//es/workers-and-businesses/
    /lucha-contra-la-discriminacion//es/discrimination/
    /la-educacion//es/education/
    /conseguir-comida//es/food-resources/
    /getting-food-zh-hans//zh-hans/food-resources/
    /getting-food-zh-hant//zh-hant/food-resources/
    /obtener-ayuda-financiera//es/get-financial-help/
    /el-cuidado-de-la-salud//es/healthcare/
    /cuerpo-de-salud-de-california//es/healthcorps/
    /lugares-publicos//es/safely-reopening/
    /impuestos/
    /pruebas-y-tratamiento//es/get-tested/
    /linea-de-atencion-de-covid-19//es/get-local-information/
    /testing-and-treatment-zh-hant-2//zh-hant/get-tested/
    /los-sintomas-y-los-riesgos/https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Symptoms-Risks.aspx
    /quedese-en-casa-excepto-por-necesidades-esenciales//es/safely-reopening/
    /entregas-a-domicilio-para-personas-de-la-tercera-edad//es/food-resources/#older-adults
    /recursos-para-el-apoyo-emocional-y-el-bienestar//es/resources-for-emotional-support-and-well-being/
    /encuesta-de-reactivacion-en-california/
    /trabajadores//es/workers-and-businesses/
    /manejar-el-estres-para-la-salud/https://osg.ca.gov/additional-information-and-links-for-support/
    /la-vivienda-y-las-personas-sin-hogar//es/get-financial-help/
    /state-local-resources//get-local-information/
    /state-local-resources-ar//ar/get-local-information/
    /state-local-resources-es//es/get-local-information/
    /state-local-resources-ko//ko/get-local-information/
    /state-local-resources-tl//tl/get-local-information/
    /state-local-resources-vi//vi/get-local-information/
    /state-local-resources-zh-hans//zh-hans/get-local-information/
    /state-local-resources-zh-hant//zh-hant/get-local-information/
    /obtenga-informacion-local//es/get-local-information/
    /pdf/guidance-wineries-bars.pdf/pdf/guidance-wineries–en.pdf
    /pdf/guidance-hotels-tourism.pdf/pdf/guidance-hotels-lodging-rentals–en.pdf
    /img/wp/great-plates-delivered-participants-faqs.pdf/pdf/great-plates-delivered-participants-faqs.pdf
    /pdf/guidance-personal-care-services.pdf/pdf/guidance-expanded-personal-care-services–en.pdf
    /pdf/guidance-childcare.pdfhttps://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Child-Care-Guidance.aspx
    /calicounties//safely-reopening/
    /recovery-roadmap//safely-reopening/
    /recovery//safely-reopening/
    /roadmap-dev//safely-reopening/
    /roadmap//safely-reopening/
    /roadmap-counties//safely-reopening/
    /es/roadmap//es/safely-reopening/
    /es/roadmap-counties//es/safely-reopening/
    /ko/roadmap//ko/safely-reopening/
    /ko/roadmap-counties//ko/safely-reopening/
    /ar/roadmap//ar/safely-reopening/
    /ar/roadmap-counties//ar/safely-reopening/
    /vi/roadmap//vi/safely-reopening/
    /vi/roadmap-counties//vi/safely-reopening/
    /tl/roadmap//tl/safely-reopening/
    /tl/roadmap-counties//tl/safely-reopening/
    /zh-hans/roadmap//zh-hans/safely-reopening/
    /zh-hans/roadmap-counties//zh-hans/safely-reopening/
    /zh-hant/roadmap//zh-hant/safely-reopening/
    /zh-hant/roadmap-counties//zh-hant/safely-reopening/
    /testing-and-treatment//get-tested/
    /es/testing-and-treatment//es/get-tested/
    /tl/testing-and-treatment//tl/get-tested/
    /ar/testing-and-treatment//ar/get-tested/
    /ko/testing-and-treatment//ko/get-tested/
    /vi/testing-and-treatment//vi/get-tested/
    /zh-hans/testing-and-treatment//zh-hans/get-tested/
    /zh-hant//testing-and-treatment//zh-hant/get-tested/
    /notify/https://canotify.ca.gov/
    /schools/https://schools.covid19.ca.gov/
    /public-recreation//safely-reopening/
    /es/public-recreation//es/safely-reopening/
    /tl/public-recreation//tl/safely-reopening/
    /ar/public-recreation//ar/safely-reopening/
    /ko/public-recreation//ko/safely-reopening/
    /vi/public-recreation//vi/safely-reopening/
    /zh-hans/public-recreation//zh-hans/safely-reopening/
    /zh-hant/public-recreation//zh-hant/safely-reopening/
    /care-in-senior-facilities/
    /es/care-in-senior-facilities/
    /tl/care-in-senior-facilities/
    /ar/care-in-senior-facilities/
    /ko/care-in-senior-facilities/
    /vi/care-in-senior-facilities/
    /zh-hans/care-in-senior-facilities/
    /zh-hant/care-in-senior-facilities/
    /restaurants-deliver-home-meals-for-seniors//food-resources/#older-adults
    /es/restaurants-deliver-home-meals-for-seniors//es/food-resources/#older-adults
    /tl/restaurants-deliver-home-meals-for-seniors//tl/food-resources/#older-adults
    /ar/restaurants-deliver-home-meals-for-seniors//ar/food-resources/#older-adults
    /ko/restaurants-deliver-home-meals-for-seniors//ko/food-resources/#older-adults
    /vi/restaurants-deliver-home-meals-for-seniors//vi/food-resources/#older-adults
    /zh-hans/restaurants-deliver-home-meals-for-seniors//zh-hans/food-resources/#older-adults
    /zh-hant/restaurants-deliver-home-meals-for-seniors//zh-hant/food-resources/#older-adults
    /vaccines/:/vaccines/
    /vaccines/:Beginning/vaccines/
    /recovery-input/
    /es/recovery-input/
    /tl/recovery-input/
    /ar/recovery-input/
    /ko/recovery-input/
    /vi/recovery-input/
    /zh-hans/recovery-input/
    /zh-hant/recovery-input/
    /plasma/
    /es/plasma/
    /tl/plasma/
    /ar/plasma/
    /ko/plasma/
    /vi/plasma/
    /zh-hans/plasma/
    /zh-hant/plasma/
    /request-ppe/
    /es/request-ppe/
    /tl/request-ppe/
    /ar/request-ppe/
    /ko/request-ppe/
    /vi/request-ppe/
    /zh-hans/request-ppe/
    /zh-hant/request-ppe/
    /agency-response/
    /es/agency-response/
    /tl/agency-response/
    /ar/agency-response/
    /ko/agency-response/
    /vi/agency-response/
    /zh-hans/agency-response/
    /zh-hant/agency-response/
    /healthcare/
    /es/healthcare/
    /tl/healthcare/
    /ar/healthcare/
    /ko/healthcare/
    /vi/healthcare/
    /zh-hans/healthcare/
    /zh-hant/healthcare/
    /treatment-for-covid-19/
    /es/treatment-for-covid-19/
    /tl/treatment-for-covid-19/
    /ar/treatment-for-covid-19/
    /ko/treatment-for-covid-19/
    /vi/treatment-for-covid-19/
    /zh-hans/treatment-for-covid-19/
    /zh-hant/treatment-for-covid-19/
    /healthcorps/https://emsa.ca.gov/ca-health-corps/
    /es/healthcorps/https://emsa.ca.gov/ca-health-corps/
    /tl/healthcorps/https://emsa.ca.gov/ca-health-corps/
    /ar/healthcorps/https://emsa.ca.gov/ca-health-corps/
    /ko/healthcorps/https://emsa.ca.gov/ca-health-corps/
    /vi/healthcorps/https://emsa.ca.gov/ca-health-corps/
    /zh-hans/healthcorps/https://emsa.ca.gov/ca-health-corps/
    /zh-hant/healthcorps/https://emsa.ca.gov/ca-health-corps/
    /manage-stress-for-health/https://osg.ca.gov/additional-information-and-links-for-support/
    /es/manage-stress-for-health/https://osg.ca.gov/additional-information-and-links-for-support/
    /tl/manage-stress-for-health/https://osg.ca.gov/additional-information-and-links-for-support/
    /ar/manage-stress-for-health/https://osg.ca.gov/additional-information-and-links-for-support/
    /ko/manage-stress-for-health/https://osg.ca.gov/additional-information-and-links-for-support/
    /vi/manage-stress-for-health/https://osg.ca.gov/additional-information-and-links-for-support/
    /zh-hans/manage-stress-for-health/https://osg.ca.gov/additional-information-and-links-for-support/
    /zh-hant/manage-stress-for-health/https://osg.ca.gov/additional-information-and-links-for-support/
    /childcare/https://covid19.ca.gov/education/#childcare
    /es/childcare/https://covid19.ca.gov/es/education/#childcare
    /tl/childcare/https://covid19.ca.gov/tl/education/#childcare
    /ar/childcare/https://covid19.ca.gov/ar/education/#childcare
    /ko/childcare/https://covid19.ca.gov/ko/education/#childcare
    /vi/childcare/https://covid19.ca.gov/vi/education/#childcare
    /zh-hans/childcare/https://covid19.ca.gov/zh-hans/education/#childcare
    /zh-hant/childcare/https://covid19.ca.gov/zh-hant/education/#childcare
    /telehealth/
    /es/telehealth/
    /tl/telehealth/
    /ar/telehealth/
    /ko/telehealth/
    /vi/telehealth/
    /zh-hant/telehealth/
    /zh-hans/telehealth/
    /taxes/
    /es/taxes/
    /tl/taxes/
    /ar/taxes/
    /ko/taxes/
    /vi/taxes/
    /zh-hans/taxes/
    /zh-hant/taxes/
    /more-ways-to-help/
    /es/more-ways-to-help/
    /tl/more-ways-to-help/
    /ar/more-ways-to-help/
    /ko/more-ways-to-help/
    /vi/more-ways-to-help/
    /zh-hans/more-ways-to-help/
    /zh-hant/more-ways-to-help/
    /safer-economy//safely-reopening/
    /stay-home-except-for-essential-needs//safely-reopening/
    /industry-guidance//safely-reopening/
    /news/https://www.gov.ca.gov/newsroom/
    /ar/news/https://www.gov.ca.gov/newsroom/
    /es/news/https://www.gov.ca.gov/newsroom/
    /ko/news/https://www.gov.ca.gov/newsroom/
    /tl/news/https://www.gov.ca.gov/newsroom/
    /vi/news/https://www.gov.ca.gov/newsroom/
    /zh-hans/news/https://www.gov.ca.gov/newsroom/
    /zh-hant/news/https://www.gov.ca.gov/newsroom/
    /guidance-languages//safely-reopening/
    /ar/guidance-languages//ar/safely-reopening/
    /es/guidance-languages//es/safely-reopening/
    /ko/guidance-languages//ko/safely-reopening/
    /tl/guidance-languages//tl/safely-reopening/
    /vi/guidance-languages//vi/safely-reopening/
    /zh-hans/guidance-languages//zh-hans/safely-reopening/
    /zh-hant/guidance-languages//zh-hant/safely-reopening/
    /symptoms-and-risks/https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Symptoms-Risks.aspx
    /ar/symptoms-and-risks/https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Symptoms-Risks.aspx
    /es/symptoms-and-risks/https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Symptoms-Risks.aspx
    /ko/symptoms-and-risks/https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Symptoms-Risks.aspx
    /tl/symptoms-and-risks/https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Symptoms-Risks.aspx
    /vi/symptoms-and-risks/https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Symptoms-Risks.aspx
    /zh-hans/symptoms-and-risks/https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Symptoms-Risks.aspx
    /zh-hant/symptoms-and-risks/https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/Symptoms-Risks.aspx
    /ar/industry-guidance//ar/safely-reopening/
    /es/industry-guidance//es/safely-reopening/
    /ko/industry-guidance//ko/safely-reopening/
    /tl/industry-guidance//tl/safely-reopening/
    /vi/industry-guidance//vi/safely-reopening/
    /zh-hant/industry-guidance//zh-hant/safely-reopening/
    /zh-hans/industry-guidance//zh-hans/safely-reopening/
    /ar/safer-economy//ar/safely-reopening/
    /es/safer-economy//es/safely-reopening/
    /ko/safer-economy//ko/safely-reopening/
    /tl/safer-economy//tl/safely-reopening/
    /vi/safer-economy//vi/safely-reopening/
    /zh-hant/safer-economy//zh-hant/safely-reopening/
    /zh-hans/safer-economy//zh-hans/safely-reopening/
    /ar/stay-home-except-for-essential-needs//ar/safely-reopening/
    /es/stay-home-except-for-essential-needs//es/safely-reopening/
    /tl/stay-home-except-for-essential-needs//tl/safely-reopening/
    /vi/stay-home-except-for-essential-needs//vi/safely-reopening/
    /ko/stay-home-except-for-essential-needs//ko/safely-reopening/
    /zh-hant/stay-home-except-for-essential-needs//zh-hant/safely-reopening/
    /zh-hans/stay-home-except-for-essential-needs//zh-hans/safely-reopening/
    /hotel-rooms-for-california-healthcare-workers/https://www.dgs.ca.gov/OFAM/Travel/Resources/Page-Content/Resources-List-Folder/COVID-19-Obligations-of-Health-Care-Workers
    /ar/hotel-rooms-for-california-healthcare-workers/https://www.dgs.ca.gov/OFAM/Travel/Resources/Page-Content/Resources-List-Folder/COVID-19-Obligations-of-Health-Care-Workers
    /es/hotel-rooms-for-california-healthcare-workers/https://www.dgs.ca.gov/OFAM/Travel/Resources/Page-Content/Resources-List-Folder/COVID-19-Obligations-of-Health-Care-Workers
    /ko/hotel-rooms-for-california-healthcare-workers/https://www.dgs.ca.gov/OFAM/Travel/Resources/Page-Content/Resources-List-Folder/COVID-19-Obligations-of-Health-Care-Workers
    /tl/hotel-rooms-for-california-healthcare-workers/https://www.dgs.ca.gov/OFAM/Travel/Resources/Page-Content/Resources-List-Folder/COVID-19-Obligations-of-Health-Care-Workers
    /vi/hotel-rooms-for-california-healthcare-workers/https://www.dgs.ca.gov/OFAM/Travel/Resources/Page-Content/Resources-List-Folder/COVID-19-Obligations-of-Health-Care-Workers
    /zh-hant/hotel-rooms-for-california-healthcare-workers/https://www.dgs.ca.gov/OFAM/Travel/Resources/Page-Content/Resources-List-Folder/COVID-19-Obligations-of-Health-Care-Workers
    /zh-hans/hotel-rooms-for-california-healthcare-workers/https://www.dgs.ca.gov/OFAM/Travel/Resources/Page-Content/Resources-List-Folder/COVID-19-Obligations-of-Health-Care-Workers
    /latest-news/https://www.gov.ca.gov/newsroom/
    /es/latest-news/https://www.gov.ca.gov/newsroom/
    /ar/latest-news/https://www.gov.ca.gov/newsroom/
    /ko/latest-news/https://www.gov.ca.gov/newsroom/
    /tl/latest-news/https://www.gov.ca.gov/newsroom/
    /vi/latest-news/https://www.gov.ca.gov/newsroom/
    /zh-hant/latest-news/https://www.gov.ca.gov/newsroom/
    /zh-hans/latest-news/https://www.gov.ca.gov/newsroom/
    /countystatus.json
    /distance-learning/https://www.caeducatorstogether.org/collections/ca-governor-s-taskforce-distance-learning-resources
    /es/distance-learning/https://www.caeducatorstogether.org/collections/ca-governor-s-taskforce-distance-learning-resources
    /tl/distance-learning/https://www.caeducatorstogether.org/collections/ca-governor-s-taskforce-distance-learning-resources
    /ar/distance-learning/https://www.caeducatorstogether.org/collections/ca-governor-s-taskforce-distance-learning-resources
    /ko/distance-learning/https://www.caeducatorstogether.org/collections/ca-governor-s-taskforce-distance-learning-resources
    /vi/distance-learning/https://www.caeducatorstogether.org/collections/ca-governor-s-taskforce-distance-learning-resources
    /zh-hant/distance-learning/https://www.caeducatorstogether.org/collections/ca-governor-s-taskforce-distance-learning-resources
    /zh-hans/distance-learning/https://www.caeducatorstogether.org/collections/ca-governor-s-taskforce-distance-learning-resources
    /help-for-seniors//food-resources/#older-adults
    /es/help-for-seniors//es/food-resources/#older-adults
    /tl/help-for-seniors//tl/food-resources/#older-adults
    /ar/help-for-seniors//ar/food-resources/#older-adults
    /ko/help-for-seniors//ko/food-resources/#older-adults
    /vi/help-for-seniors//vi/food-resources/#older-adults
    /zh-hant/help-for-seniors//zh-hant/food-resources/#older-adults
    /zh-hans/help-for-seniors//zh-hans/food-resources/#older-adults
    /workers//workers-and-businesses/
    /es/workers//es/workers-and-businesses/
    /ar/workers//ar/workers-and-businesses/
    /ko/workers//ko/workers-and-businesses/
    /vi/workers//vi/workers-and-businesses/
    /tl/workers//tl/workers-and-businesses/
    /zh-hans/workers//zh-hans/workers-and-businesses/
    /zh-hant/workers//zh-hant/workers-and-businesses/
    /contact-tracing/https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19-Contact-Tracing.aspx
    /es/contact-tracing/https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19-Contact-Tracing.aspx
    /ar/contact-tracing/https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19-Contact-Tracing.aspx
    /ko/contact-tracing/https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19-Contact-Tracing.aspx
    /vi/contact-tracing/https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19-Contact-Tracing.aspx
    /tl/contact-tracing/https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19-Contact-Tracing.aspx
    /zh-hans/contact-tracing/https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19-Contact-Tracing.aspx
    /zh-hant/contact-tracing/https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19-Contact-Tracing.aspx
    /notify-privacy/https://canotify.ca.gov/privacy/
    /es/notify-privacy/https://canotify.ca.gov/es/privacy/
    /ar/notify-privacy/https://canotify.ca.gov/ar/privacy/
    /ko/notify-privacy/https://canotify.ca.gov/ko/privacy/
    /vi/notify-privacy/https://canotify.ca.gov/vi/privacy/
    /tl/notify-privacy/https://canotify.ca.gov/tl/privacy/
    /zh-hans/notify-privacy/https://canotify.ca.gov/zh-hans/privacy/
    /zh-hant/notify-privacy/https://canotify.ca.gov/zh-hans/privacy/
    /hotline//get-local-information/
    /es/hotline//es/get-local-information/
    /ar/hotline//ar/get-local-information/
    /ko/hotline//ko/get-local-information/
    /vi/hotline//vi/get-local-information/
    /tl/hotline//tl/get-local-information/
    /zh-hans/hotline//zh-hans/get-local-information/
    /zh-hant/hotline//zh-hant/get-local-information/
    /hotlines//get-local-information/
    /es/hotlines//es/get-local-information/
    /ar/hotlines//ar/get-local-information/
    /ko/hotlines//ko/get-local-information/
    /vi/hotlines//vi/get-local-information/
    /tl/hotlines//tl/get-local-information/
    /zh-hans/hotlines//zh-hans/get-local-information/
    /zh-hant/hotlines//zh-hant/get-local-information/
    /guide-immigrant-californians/https://immigrantguide.ca.gov/en/covid19/
    /es/guide-immigrant-californians/https://immigrantguide.ca.gov/es/covid19/
    /ar/guide-immigrant-californians/https://immigrantguide.ca.gov/ar/covid19/
    /ko/guide-immigrant-californians/https://immigrantguide.ca.gov/ko/covid19/
    /vi/guide-immigrant-californians/https://immigrantguide.ca.gov/vi/covid19/
    /tl/guide-immigrant-californians/https://immigrantguide.ca.gov/fil/covid19/
    /zh-hans/guide-immigrant-californians/https://immigrantguide.ca.gov/zh-CHT/covid19/
    /zh-hant/guide-immigrant-californians/https://immigrantguide.ca.gov/zh-CHT/covid19/
    /dream-vacations-terms//vax-for-the-win/
    /es/dream-vacations-terms//es/vax-for-the-win/
    /tl/dream-vacations-terms//tl/vax-for-the-win/
    /ar/dream-vacations-terms//ar/vax-for-the-win/
    /ko/dream-vacations-terms//ko/vax-for-the-win/
    /vi/dream-vacations-terms//vi/vax-for-the-win/
    /zh-hans/dream-vacations-terms//zh-hans/vax-for-the-win/
    /zh-hant/dream-vacations-terms//zh-hant/vax-for-the-win/
    /vax-for-the-win-six-flags//vax-for-the-win/
    /es/vax-for-the-win-six-flags//es/vax-for-the-win/
    /tl/vax-for-the-win-six-flags//tl/vax-for-the-win/
    /ar/vax-for-the-win-six-flags//ar/vax-for-the-win/
    /ko/vax-for-the-win-six-flags//ko/vax-for-the-win/
    /vi/vax-for-the-win-six-flags//vi/vax-for-the-win/
    /zh-hans/vax-for-the-win-six-flags//zh-hans/vax-for-the-win/
    /zh-hant/vax-for-the-win-six-flags//zh-hant/vax-for-the-win/