Coronavirus Information & Resources



The County of Los Angeles is taking aggressive steps to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus and has identified the need to arrange for accommodations for the health and safety of people who have been exposed to COVID-19 or are under medical quarantine. Learn More


Los Angeles County “Safer at Home” Public Health Order

Los Angeles County residents will be required to stay-at-home under the “Safer-At-Home” Order issued by Los Angeles County, effective March 19 at midnight through May 15, 2020. This continues to enforce the closure of all non-essential businesses and requires essential businesses to implement a Social Distancing Protocol, including providing employees with cloth face coverings, no later than 11:59pm on April 15. READ ORDER [revised order 4/10/2020]

⇒ Long Beach Health & Human Services – Coronavirus Updates and Information
⇒ March 5, 2020 Coronavirus Update from Mayor Garcia
⇒ February 28, 2020 Coronavirus Update from Mayor Garcia

Governor Newson has declared a state of emergency and anti-price gouging regulations are in effect which limits price increases to 10% with seasonal/contracted pricing changes allowed.

Visit the California Hotel & Lodging Association’s COVID-19 Information & Resources page for updated information and state resources.

The California Hotel & Lodging Association invites all California hoteliers to join their free bi-eekly COVID-19 State Update webinar held every other Thursday at 2:00pm PST. Register at

Do you have questions about COVID-19/Coronavirus?
LBHA recommends that individuals refer to official sources such as the CDC and the California Department of Public Health agencies for the latest information.