COVID-19 Resources

Current Health Rules

The Governor ordered the California economy to reopen on June 15, 2021, and the resumption of most normal business operations and activities. The California Department of Public Health still requires the use of face coverings by vaccinated individuals in some circumstances. Face coverings are required for unvaccinated individuals in indoor public settings and businesses, with some exemptions.

COVID-19 Testing

Free COVID-19 testing for Santa Ana residents is available at local kiosks around the city. Residents can also order at-home tests and other County and local clinic testing sites are available.

Vaccine Information

As of April 15, 2021, all California residents 16 or older can receive the COVID-19 vaccination. Most vaccination sites require an appointment.

Mental Health Support and Services
Resources for Businesses
Financial Assistance for Residents
Free Food Resources
Using City Services During the Pandemic
Eviction Moratorium

The California eviction moratorium for tenants affected financially by COVID-19 was extended through June 30. The federal residential eviction moratorium was also extended to June 30, 2021. Both moratoriums have certain requirements in order to receive protection against eviction.

Read More About the Moratoriums

City Council Actions and Executive Orders

The Santa Ana City Council declared a local emergency on March 17, 2020, and City Manager Kristine Ridge has signed 12 executive orders related to COVID-19 to protect public health and provide financial assistance to the community.

CARES Data Dashboard

Learn how much Santa Ana CARES financial assistance has been provided, hotline phone calls have been received and more.

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COVID-19 News

COVID-19 Video Updates

COVID-19 Update from Mayor Sarmiento and Councilmember Bacerra - April 23, 2021


Actualización sobre COVID-19 del alcalde Sarmiento y el concejal Bacerra – 23 de abril del 2021



COVID-19 Update from Mayor Vicente Sarmiento and Councilmember Jessie Lopez - March 4, 2021

Actualización de COVID-19 del Alcalde Sarmiento y la Concejal Lopez – 4 de marzo del 2021