• Los Angeles County West Vector & Vector-Borne Disease Control District

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    This site is designed to educate the public about vector-transmitted diseases, vector related injuries, and about the services the Los Angeles County West Vector & Vector-Borne Disease Control District provides. Feel free to browse through our site and learn about encephalitis, Lyme disease, Africanized honeybees, and a variety of other vector-borne diseases and vector related problems. We will be adding additional components to this site, so check back frequently for updates. Also, you may forward any comments or questions to the address listed on the bottom of the page.

    Highlights

    • "Vector" means any animal capable of transmitting the causative agent of human disease or capable of producing human dis
    • The District is governed by a Board of Trustees. Each city council and county board of supervisors within the boundaries
    • The Los Angeles County West Vector & Vector-Borne Disease Control District (District) was formed in 1944 and consisted o

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    The LA County Department of Public Health (LADPH) updated its Health Officer Order on March 22, 2022 to lift mask requirements in most venues outside of health facilities.  Employers still need to follow OSHA guidelines and offer well fitting medical grade N95, or KN95, KF94 or respirators to employees who work indoors and have contact with other workers, customers or members of the public.

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    Also, employers are required to report any cluster of worksite COVID-19 cases. A cluster is when three (3) or more laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 are known or reported at the worksite within a 14-day period. Reports to LAC DPH should be made as soon as possible and no later than 48 hours after reports or knowledge of at least three cases. Report to LAC DPH online or by phone: 1-888-397-3993.

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