Here is some helpful information on COVID-19, the latest health recommendations, resources for getting healthcare, and staying healthy.
Anyone with a medical or psychiatric emergency should call 9-1-1.
How to Handle Reports of a COVID-19 Exposure
If you hear of a student or colleague who believes they were exposed or diagnosed with COVID-19, read our post about how to handle it.
Update on face coverings
San Mateo County now recommends the use of a face covering when you have to leave your home. Here are some instructions from the Centers for Disease Control: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/diy-cloth-face-coverings.html
Call 2-1-1 For Non-Emergency Help
San Mateo County has set up a non-emergency hotline for anyone needing assistance with food, housing, mental health or other basic needs. Call 2-1-1 for information on these and many other resources available in the County.
Webinars and Wellness Videos
Keep Calm & Carry On
- Strategies to tackle feelings of anxiety and stress
- Practical techniques for working from home
- Ways to address signs of panic in the workplace
- When to reach out for further help and support
Estate Planning Essentials
Watch this video on Estate Planning Essentials: In the Wake of Coronavirus.
San Mateo County Health Information
Visit this website for extensive information on COVID-19, FAQs for the shelter-in-place order, local health resources, and links to the latest information on the pandemic.
Staying Healthy at Home
San Mateo Athletic Club has posted a wealth of resources for exercising and staying healthy during the shelter-in-place order.