March 30, 2020 4:09 PM
UPDATE 3/30, 4 PM – Governor announces CA Health Corps. Weekly EOC Update. Thank a medical doctor.
UPDATE 3/30, 4 PM – Governor announces new CA Health Corps to address COVID-19. Weekly City EOC Update. Today is National Doctor Day - Thank a medical professional today by staying safe at home so that they can do their lifesaving work.
UPDATE 3/30, 4 PM – Governor Newsom invites retired and some student medical workers to join the newly launched CA Health Corps to address the COVID-19 crisis. View the City Emergency Operations Center (EOC) weekly update. Todya, March 30, is National Doctor Day – thank a medical professional by staying safe at home so that they can do their lifesaving work.
Malibu City Hall is closed. However, essential City staff, including the Emergency Operations Team, are working. The Emergency Operations Center (EOC) was activated on March 13 and is operating 7 days a week. Staff is answering the City’s main phone line (310-456-2489) but, due to the high number of calls, it is recommended that residents email email@example.com for the quickest response. Thank you for your patience – we will respond as quickly as possible.
GOVERNOR INVITES RETIRED MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS, MEDICAL & NURSING STUDENTS TO JOIN CALIFORNIA HEALTH CORPS
In his daily briefing on Monday, March 30, Governor Newsom announced temporary changes in some scope of practice regulations in order to meet the expected demand for medical personnel during the COVID-19 crisis. The Governor stated those eligible to enlist to provide medical services include those who are recently retired (within the past five years), those reaching the end of their medical or nursing studies, and those with expired/inactive licenses. Visit https://covid19.ca.gov/healthcorps
CITY EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (EOC) WEEKLY UPDATE FOR MARCH 30, 2020
The City has posted its weekly update for EOC operations for the week of March 30 – April 5 in the www.MalibuCity.org/coronavirus page.
NATIONAL DOCTOR DAY
Today, March 30, National Doctor Day – please join the City of Malibu in thanking medical professionals today by staying safe at home so that they can do their lifesaving work.
CITY OF MALIBU
City Hall, the Senior Center, and all City parks, including restroom facilities, are closed. Dial-a-Ride is operating for seniors - Call 424-346-8444. Essential City staff are working remotely. Residents wishing to contact City staff may do so by calling departmental extensions or emails:
-- Planning – 310-456-2489, ext. 485 or email MPlanning@malibucity.org
-- Building Safety – 310-456-2489, ext. 390 or email MBuilding@malibucity.org
-- Public Works – 310-456-2489, ext. 391 or MPublicWorks@malibucity.org
-- All other City business – 310-456-2489, ext. 392 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit www.MalibuCity.org/VirtualRec for programs and activities for residents and families at home.
LATEST COVID-19 STATISTICS
County of Los Angeles Dept of Public Health: http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/
County of Los Angeles COVID-19 Dashboards: https://covid19.lacounty.gov/dashboards/
State of California: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/OPA/Pages/New-Release-2020.aspx
SPANISH LANGUAGE EMERGENCY INFORMATION
The City of Malibu will publish emergency information about the Coronavirus on the City website: www.MalibuCity.org/Coronavirus. Residents and businesses are asked to share emergency information with their Spanish-speaking staff and contractors.
La ciudad de Malibú publicará todas las alertas de emergencia sobre el coronavirus en el sitio web de la ciudad: www.MalibuCity.org/Coronavirus.
CORONAVIRUS PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE
The City of Malibu continues to monitor the status of the Coronavirus and implement measures to protect public health and safety and is doing everything possible to support vulnerable community members. The City continues to follow the recommendations of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LADPH), California Office of Emergency Services (CALOES) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and is taking steps to reduce the likelihood of community spread.
All Residents should be complying with the State’s “Stay at Home” order, and leaving their homes only to conduct essential business, such as grocery shopping, medical appointments. Residents should also connect with neighbors, particularly seniors or those with underlying health conditions, to see if they need help in any way.