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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executive orders that put into place the Stay Home Order and the Blueprint for a Safer Economy and Los Angeles County rescinded most Los Angeles County Department of Public Health sector-specific protocols to align with the State through a new Health Officer Order.




Face Coverings

Face Coverings

As California reopens and physical distancing requirements and capacity limits are lifted, the risk of COVID-19 is still present, especially for those who are not fully vaccinated against the virus. If you aren’t fully vaccinated, your mask is one of the most powerful tools you have to protect yourself, as well as other unvaccinated people, when in public. This is especially true when you are in an indoor or crowded outdoor space.

There are places where everyone 2 years of age and older must* continue to wear a mask, whether or not they are fully vaccinated. Remember, masks are still an excellent way to protect yourself and others, even when they’re not required by law.

*Infants and children under 2 years of age should not wear a mask. Children ages 2 to 8 should wear a mask only when under adult supervision. Also see Who should not wear a mask and Special considerations for persons with communication difficulties or certain disabilities.

Note that in the workplace, workers have to follow Cal/OSHA mask requirements which are different than the guidance below.

If you are fully vaccinated, you are not required to wear a mask, except in places where EVERYONE is required to wear a mask. Keep your vaccine record handy as businesses can ask for proof of vaccination. EVERYONE, regardless of vaccination status, must wear a mask:

  • On planes, trains, buses, ferries, taxis and ride-shares, and all other forms of public transport
  • In transportation hubs like airports, bus terminals, train stations, marinas, seaports or other ports, subway stations, or any other area that provides transportation    
  • Healthcare settings
  • Shelters and cooling centers
  • Indoors at any youth-serving facility (such as K-12 schools, childcare, day camps, etc.)
  • Any business or government office serving the public that requires everyone to wear a mask

In addition, unvaccinated people must also wear a mask in indoor public settings and businesses, for example:

  • Movie theaters
  • Restaurants
  • Retail Spaces
  • Family entertainment centers
  • Mega-events
  • Meetings
  • Government offices serving the public

For masks to work properly, they need to completely cover your nose and mouth and fit snugly against the sides of your face and around your nose. Your mask should be made with two or more layers of tightly woven, breathable material. Details, including information on double masking, are below.

View additional information about face coverings on the Los Angeles Department of Public Health's website.  



How to Manage Patrons and Visitors Who Refuse to Wear Face Coverings

As businesses open, and more individuals venture back into public places, it is very important that everyone continue to comply with physical distancing requirements and infection control practices such as the use of face coverings.

Unfortunately, some businesses or venues may be placed in the difficult position of managing customers or visitors who knowingly or unknowingly do not adhere to the rules. Los Angeles County has prepared a guidance document to provide businesses with tools for preparing for potential incidents with non-compliant individuals.  

View the Guidance Document for Managing Non-Compliant Patrons and Visitors



COVID-19 Vaccine

The COVID-19 vaccine is being distributed in Los Angeles County in a fair and transparent way. For the most up-to-date information about the COVID-19 vaccine in LA County, visit the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Vaccine Information page.

For a list of frequently asked questions from Culver City residents, please visit the COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution FAQs webpage



Protect Yourself and Others

Reduce your risk of COVID-19

Get vaccinated when it's your turn

Reduce your risk of COVID-19 if you are not fully vaccinated

  • Avoid the three C's
    • Avoid Confined Spaces - especially with poor ventilation. Outdoors is better than indoors.
    • Avoid Crowds - the more people, the higher the risk.
    • Avoid Close Contact - staying further apart is safer than being close together.
  • Wear a mask around others. Make sure it fits snugly and covers your nose and mouth. For better protection, wear a mask with two or more layers.
  • Wash (or sanitize) your hands often
  • Regularly clean frequently touched surfaces
  • Increase air flow - go outside, open windows
  • Stay at least six feet away from those you don't live with
  • Keep the number of different households you socialize with small
  • If you decide to get vaccinated, call (833) 540-0473 or visit the Vaccinate LA County website to find a vaccine. No appointment needed at many locations.

Plan ahead

  • Be flexible and willing to change your plans or make a quick exit to avoid the three C's.
  • Carry an extra mask and hand sanitizer when going out in public.

Learn more about how to protect yourself and others

What to do if you have COVID-19

In Los Angeles County, if you have COVID-19, you are required to isolate yourself, tell your close contacts and follow Health Officer orders. 

Home Isolation Instructions for People with COVID-19

For help finding free delivery services, social services, essential items like food and medicines, visit the Department of Public Health resources page or call 2-1-1 (which is available 24/7).


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Culver City continues to cooperate with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LACDPH) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to respond to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Los Angeles County.

On March 11, 2020, the COVID-19 outbreak was characterized as a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). A Proclamation of Local Emergency in Culver City was signed on March 14, 2020 and ratified by City Council on March 18, 2020. Since, the City has issued a public order and 31 supplements.