The COVID-19 Online Learning Series is an online course curriculum designed to provide homeless system leaders and providers, as well as city/county disaster and health care works partnering with homeless service providers, with training and materials to aid in community responses to COVID-19 among people experiencing homelessness.
California has pushed efforts in the last week to procure medical supplies, address at risk populations and set-up alternative care sites to take pressure off healthcare facilities during the Covid-19 pandemic. We have touched on California's current reported numbers, ethnicity breakdowns, testing in the state, medical facilities, at risk populations, jobs, businesses and a list of current suspensions and moratoriums.
The California Department of Education held their very first virtual press conference today regarding the $100 million allocated in SB 117 to schools in response to covid-19. The conference included distance learning, special education, emergency grants and when schools can choose to open.
School Testing & Accountability Waiver in Federal Preliminary Approval for 2019-20
The coronavirus economic relief package (H.R. 748) is now signed into law as the largest economic relief package in United States history. The $2.2 trillion relief package includes $377 billion for small business loans and grants. The bill also allocates $17 billion for deferring payments on small business loans and $10 billion in small business emergency grants.
Fountain Valley is waiving banner permit fees for businesses during quarantine. On March 23 the city of Fountain Valley posted a press release to their website saying the city will waive a $55 banner permit fee for businesses that want to apply for banners.
The United States has surpassed Spain, Germany and Iran for confirmed cases of covid-19 placing America third in the world for confirmed coronavirus cases. The infection rate in the United States for coronavirus. doubled in two days and is expected to spike over the next 10 days.
Inventors and innovators all across the globe are responding the covid-19 pandemic by offering their knowledge and services to the medical community. Using technology and genuity to create forward thinking solutions and creative products we've found 3 things that have been helpful during the coronavirus.
Covid-19 tests are in short supply around the country and those suspected of being infected have been asked to call health agencies before showing up at facilities. If you feel you have symptoms related to covid-19 or have been exposed, here's what happens when you call your health provider to get a covid-19 test.
Fountain Valley City Manager, Rob Houston tells Experience FV city services will continue to operate and serve residents during quarantine. On Tuesday, March 18 the City of Fountain Valley published a press release stating they have activated the Emergency Operations Center (EOC). This action will establish communication with the city and the local EOC.