Supervisor Hahn Announces All Staff Will Work From Home to Slow Spread of COVID-19
A message from Supervisor Hahn:
In an effort to protect the health of my staff members and do our part to help slow the spread of COVID-19, I am joining other offices across LA County in closing our offices to the public.
Starting Tuesday March 17th, Team Hahn will work from home. We will remain accessible to our constituents and will continue to get our communities the resources and assistance they need.
You can reach us by calling any of our main phone lines during normal business hours, or by sending us a message through our website.
All bars, breweries, wineries, nightclubs, theaters, gyms, and entertainment centers in the County of Los Angeles are now closed. Restaurants will be permitted to serve take-out or delivery food only and grocery stores will remain open.
For County Department-specific information regarding COVID-19’s impact on County services, please visit LA County’s “Cancellations, Closures, and Modifications” webpage.
Please continue to do your part to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Stay home as much as possible and avoid all gatherings. Without a vaccine, social distancing is the best tool we have to combat this virus.
Food and Panic Shopping:
It is critical that you stay calm and do not panic shop. There is no shortage of food in Los Angeles County. Please do not hoard food or supplies — especially if you are not elderly or do not have a condition that makes you more vulnerable to COVID-19.
Please… this is important. Cut it out.
Stay healthy and tune into daily updates from the LA County Department of Public Health on Facebook.
-Supervisor Janice Hahn