Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Information about COVID-19

As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we are modifying our operations by adhering to health guidelines set by the County of Los Angeles and the State of California. This page contains information about the latest County of Los Angeles/State of California health orders and how they impact our community.

What you need to know

What's the latest health order?

To address the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Los Angeles County has introduced several health guidelines. More information about the County and State orders may be found at and

What is COVID-19?

COVID-19 is a respiratory illness that can cause mild to moderate illness, but may also lead to dangerous complications. It is primarily spread through:

  • Close contact with others
  • Droplets produced by coughing, sneezing, speaking and breathing
  • Touching an object or surface with the virus on it and then touching your mouth, nose or eyes without washing your hands 

You may reduce your risk of contracting COVID-19 by staying at home and avoiding confined public spaces, crowds and by maintaining physical distancing of at least six feet from others. Wear a face covering when you're out in public and wash your hands often. 

What are the symptoms and how can I get tested?

Symptoms for COVID-19 include fever, cough and difficulty breathing. Additional symptoms may include chills, muscle or body pain, sore throat, nausea, diarrhea, congestion and a new loss of taste or smell. If you have these symptoms, it's important that you self-quarantine and get tested. Learn about the testing process here. For a list of testing sites, click here.

Where can I get a vaccination? 

Vaccinations are currently being handled by Los Angeles County. For information about eligibility, please visit this central resource.

COVID-19's impact on our community

Based on the current number of COVID-19 cases and the rate of infection, the County of Los Angeles is currently at the highest risk level outlined by the State. This means that many non-essential indoor business operations are closed. However, essential businesses remain open with modifications. 

Number of COVID-19 cases in San Gabriel
Number of COVID-19 deaths in San Gabriel
Number of COVID-19 in Los Angeles County
3,680 (as of 10/25/2021)
214 (as of 10/25/2021)
1,485,769 (as of 10/25/2021)

Roadmap to Recovery

To guide California's reopening, the state has created a four-step process:

The highest risk tier, many non-essential indoor business operations are closed at this stage
The second highest tier, some non-essential indoor business operations are closed at this stage
Moderate (our current status)
At this stage, some indoor business operations are open with modifications
MinimalThe lowest stage, most indoor business operations are open with modifications 

The County of Los Angeles is obligated to follow the State's tier system in order to gradually open our economy. For more information about the State's tier system, click here. To learn how the County of Los Angeles is following this system and how it applies to our community, click here

Because San Gabriel is located in the County of Los Angeles, our community will be following the local health order from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.

What's open and what's closed

Under our local health order, select locations, activities and businesses may be open with modifications. They may also be closed depending on the level of risk of transmitting COVID-19.

The County of Los Angeles frequently updates the list of permitted and non-permitted activities based on the region's progress at preventing the spread of COVID-19. You may view the latest draft of the health order here.

As we continue to reopen segments of our economy, residents are still encouraged to stay at home and away from groups who are not in their immediate family whenever possible.

Resources for you

If you've been negatively impacted by COVID-19, the following local, county and State resources are available:

City of San Gabriel

County of Los Angeles/State of California

Last updated: October 25, 2021