Seniors in our community are considered at high risk for the COVID-19 disease. Below is information and resources to help mitigate expose to and impact of COVID-19.


Orange County Office on Aging Information & Assistance

Orange County’s Office on Aging is available to assist seniors who may not have access to food and other necessities as they self-isolate to avoid exposure to the COVID-19 coronavirus. Older adults and their families are encouraged to call the Office on Aging Information & Assistance Call Center at (800) 510-2020.

OC Public Health Care Agency:

"High-risk populations which include older adults (ages 65 and higher) as well as people who have serious, chronic medical conditions (like heart disease, diabetes and lung disease) are at higher risk for contracting COVID-19. These individuals should self-isolate at home."

Orange County Emergency Operations Center

Orange County The Orange County Health Officer has issued order to limit public gatherings and provide guidance for Businesses and entities to operate in accordance with social distancing. For medical questions you call call the county health referral line at (800) 562-8448. For non medical questions call the Emergency Operations Center Public Hotline at (714) 628-2085.

CDC: What Older Adults Can Do To Protect Themselves


The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has issues guidelines for older citizens.


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