NorCal Coronavirus Resources

    Financial Assistance, School Lunches, and Other Resources

    ESPN Radio
    March 24, 2020 - 2:35 pm

    Local information, updates and tips to help keep you and your family informed and healthy:


    California schools won’t reopen before end of academic year

    Schools will remain closed with an emphasis on distanced learning. Read more HERE.


    Sacramento County school districts to extend closures amid COVID-19 outbreak

    Closed through May 1st. Read more HERE.


    House passes historic $2 trillion aid package hoping to curb COVID-19’s economic impact

    Learn more about what this means to you HERE.


    US leads world in confirmed coronavirus cases

    Surpassing 80,000 cofirmed cases. Read more HERE.


    Many places are hiring during the Coronavirus to help accommodate demand for new services. Learn more at the links below:

    Raley's // Nugget Markets // Midtown Association // Amazon // Safeway // Save Mart


    Newsom: Next 6-8 weeks will be pivotal for stay-at-home order

    Learn more about this HERE.


    Counties Cordoning Off Playgrounds To Try And Stop Coronavirus Transmission

    Learn more about which counties and areas HERE.


    Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Coming To Sacramento County

    Starting Tuesday. Learn more HERE.


    Sacramento offers free child care for first responders, other essential health care and city workers

    Learn how to take advantage of the offer HERE.


    Sacramento implements temporary moratorium on tenant evictions. 

    Learn more HERE.


    Coronavirus quarantine: Things to do at home with your kids while schools are closed

    Get some fun ideas HERE.


    BREAKING: Gov. Newsom issues statewide shelter in place


    Audible to offer free audiobooks for kids

    Learn more HERE.



    Learn more HERE.


    Sacramento County officials issue ‘stay at home’ legal order to prevent spread of coronavirus

    Learn more HERE.


    San Juan Unified to Provide Free Meals to Students of Any District

    See pick up locations HERE.


    Coronavirus In Solano County: Health Officials Issue Shelter At Home Order

    Solano County residents ordered to shelter in place per county officials. Learn more HERE.


    Yolo County officials issue shelter-in-place order to prevent spread of coronavirus

    Learn more about what to do and the areas affected, HERE.


    Sacramento to issue temporary moratorium on tenant evictions


    Sacramento Residents Encouraged to stay Indoors

    Sacramento County, along with Davis and San Joaquin County are directing residents to stay in to prevent spread of the coronavirus. Learn more HERE


    According to NBC News: California officials announced a complete lockdown of the Bay Area, including San Francisco, that requires people to stay home except for essential needs. The National Park Service says it is restricting operations to avoid gatherings of people, in order to conform to the CDC guidance. Establisments that are being closed are casinos, gyms, bars that don't serve food, restuarnts are asked to only offer take out or delivery until further notice. 

    Coronavirus has disrupted many lives.  Here are a few resources, for those in need:

    EDD Employment and Disabilty Aid

    The state is extending unemployment insurance to anyone affected by the Coronavirus.  Learn more HERE.

    If your employer has reduced your hours or shut down operations due to COVID-19, you can file an Unemployment Insurance (UI) claim. UI provides partial wage replacement benefit payments to workers who lose their job or have their hours reduced, through no fault of their own. Workers who are temporarily unemployed due to COVID-19 and expected to return to work with their employer within a few weeks are not required to actively seek work each week. However, they must remain able and available and ready to work during their unemployment for each week of benefits claimed and meet all other eligibility criteria. Eligible individuals can receive benefits that range from $40-$450 per week.

    The Governor’s Executive Order waives the one-week unpaid waiting period, so you can collect UI benefits for the first week you are out of work. If you are eligible, the EDD processes and issues payments within a few weeks of receiving a claim.

    School Updates and Lunches

    Sacramento City School District

    Roseville City School District

    Placer School District

    Davis Unified School District

    Solano County School District

    Yolo County School District

    Elk Grove School District


    Sacramento City Coucil

    Met 3/14/20 to discuss plans of action. See what they discussed HERE

    The White House announced Tuesday, that it is looking to send checks directly to Americans in order to soften the economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak.

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