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UPDATE March 4 at 9 a.m.: Los Angeles County declares coronavirus state of emergency

Los Angeles County has declared a state of emergency over the coronavirus with seven reported cases on Wednesday morning.

 

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CDC illustration of novel coronavirus, officially known as Covid-19.

 

 

— To view latest updates on Covid-19 for Ventura County, visit:

 

— To view the Friday, Feb. 28, Covid-19 update from the Ojai Unified School District, visit:

 — To view the Ventura County Office of Education corona virus website, visit:

https://www.vcoe.org/news/ArticleID/4714/coronavirus

 

— To view the California Department of Education coronavirus website, visit:

https://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/he/hn/coronavirus.asp

— To view the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website for Covid-19 updates, visit: 

 

— To view the CDC website on ways to protect oneself and others from getting Covid-19, visit:

 

— To view latest information on Covid-19 in California, visit California Department of Public Health:

 

To view medical updates on the WebMD website, visit:

https://www.webmd.com/lung/news/20200124/coronavirus-2020-outbreak-latest-updates 

 

 

To view a list of countries with COVID-19 travel advisories, visit:

— To view guidance from the CDC to Ventura County Office of Education, to be disseminated to local school districts, visit:

 

— To view recording of Saturday, Feb. 29, state of Washington press conference on Covid-19, visit:

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— To view recording of Wednesday, Feb. 26, press conference in Camarillo regarding travelers at risk of contracting coronavirus being housed at Naval Base Ventura County-Point Mugu, visit: https://www.facebook.com/ojaivalleynews/videos/227107418447087/

 

— To view recording of press conference on Tuesday, Feb. 25, with U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in Washington, D.C., visit:

(Dr. Anne Schuchat’s comments start at the 5:35 time stamp of the press briefing recording.
At the 17:45 time stamp, Dr. Robert Kadlec, HHS's assistant secretary for Preparedness and Response, spoke about the quarantine center at Naval Base Ventura County-Point Mugu.)

 

— To view a press conference from President Trump on Saturday, Feb. 29, visit CBS coverage at:

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