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No, the City is not administering coronavirus tests. Please visit the http://www.vchca.org/ for more information about testing, or call 2-1-1.
No. Due to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance, the city does not have access to resident information about coronavirus. For up-to-date information about COVID-19 cases in the area, please visit the http://www.vchca.org/.
Yes. There are currently two case of COVID-19 in Santa Paula. Please practice social distancing to help slow the spread of coronavirus in our community.
The City is closely monitoring and assessing the situation, but has no scheduled date for resumption of activities. Governor Gavin Newsom announced a statewide ‘Stay at Home’ order on March 19, which asks California residents to stay at home except for essential purposes (visiting gas stations, pharmacies, food stores, banks etc.) This order is in place indefinitely, and we do not anticipate resuming most programs and events before mid-May at the earliest. Please do your part to distance yourself and stay healthy! You can visit the California Department of Public Health website for the post up-to-date information.
As a result of this declaration and in the interest of the health of our community, the Santa Paula Unified School District has decided to close all schools as of Monday, March 16. The decision to close schools was made collectively with all other public school districts in Ventura County. The current reopen date for schools is May 4. This date is subject to change. The district is currently working on methods to provide remote learning for students.
The Santa Paula Unified School District and its Child Nutrition Services Team will be providing "Grab n Go" meals for families to pick-up, Monday through Friday, from 10:30 am-12:30 pm. For more information and FAQs, please visit the SPUSD Webpage.
No. The City coordinates closely with schools, but the decision to close ultimately comes from the district.
No, the City (like most other municipalities) has no healthcare agency. For local health information, please visit http://www.vchca.org/.
For additional Frequently Asked Questions, please visit:
Ventura County Healthcare Agency FAQ
Centers for Disease Control FAQ
Santa Paula School District FAQ