*** December 2022
IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED TO WEAR A MASK
Indoor mask wearing rules and recommendations in Los Angeles County change based on federal, state, and county requirements and the LA County CDC COVID-19 community level and transmission rate. For details, see the LA County COVID-19 Response Plan.
YOU* MUST wear a mask:
It is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED that you wear a mask:
No one can be prevented from wearing a mask to participate in an activity or enter a business.
Note: When masks are required, you are allowed to take off your mask while you are:
- Actively eating or drinking.
- Alone in a separate room or space.
- Showering or swimming.
- Receiving medical, dental, cosmetic, personal hygiene or personal care services (like a facial or shave) that cannot be done without removing your mask.
- Receiving or providing a speech, occupational or language therapy session where temporary removal of the mask is necessary, as determined by the therapy provider.
*There are some people who should not wear a mask, such as children younger than 2, people with certain medical conditions or disabilities, and people instructed by their medical provider not to wear a mask. See Who should not wear a mask and Special considerations for persons with communication difficulties or certain disabilities.
Senior Emergency Meals Program:
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Los Angeles has launched the Senior Emergency Meals Program 2.0. This program will end on January 15, 2023.
For information on alternate meal programs, please contact:
- Department of Aging: (213) 202-5669
- Email: seniormealprogram@
- Your nearest agency by inputting your address in the map below
Book an appointment online by visiting LA County Public Health website at vaccinatelacounty.com.
Residents with disabilities or without computer access can call 833-540-0473 between 8:00 am and 8:30 pm 7 days a week for assistance with appointments.
All senior centers served by the Los Angeles Department of Aging have reopened but with limited capacity and services. For more information, contact your local Multipurpose Senior Center.
Most of our direct services and programs are provided through our Multipurpose Senior Centers (MPCs) located throughout the City of Los Angeles. For additional resources, you can visit our Additional Services Page . To find the MPC that serves your community or have questions regarding our programs and services, you can:
Email Us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Nutrition Program
- Social & Recreational Activities
- Care Management
- In Home Assistance
- Wellness Education & Screening
Find Our Multipurpose Senior Centers and Dining Centers
Congregate Meal Sites Have Reopened at limited Capacities.
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