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Coronavirus Updated Resource List: Financial, Food and More

In an effort to distribute as much helpful information to the public as we can during this difficult time, Malibu Disaster Communications gathered the following links from multiple respected news and government resources, charitable organizations and more. We will update the information on this page as it becomes available. Malibu Disaster Communications compiled this list for local Restaurant and Delivery services updated regularly here. MORTGAGE UPDATE: Four of the nation’s five largest banks — Wells Fargo, Citi, JPMorgan and US Bank — have agreed to defer the payments for 90 days, according to Newsom. Bank of America will waive them for 30 days, he said. RESOURCES FOR REMOTE...

Coronavirus “Safer at Home” Protective Measures in Effect Per L.A. County

This article is re-published from our sister site The Local Malibu. The “Safer at Home” protective measures set forth by the County yesterday to combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus  went into effect immediately and include the closure of non-essential retail businesses. Shortly after, Governor Newsom issued a statewide stay-at-home order that went into effect at midnight. The  L.A. County emergency order states: Residents should remain at home. Do not gather in enclosed spaces with more than 10 people. Close all non-critical businesses (that can’t operate remotely) until further notice. In order to be in compliance with the protection order, follow the highest level of restriction in...

Coronavirus: LA County to Announce All Non-Essential Businesses to Close for the Next Month

LA County Department of Health is expected to announce later today all non-essential retail businesses must close for the next month. The drastic measures are being taken to slow the spread o the COVID-19 virus which has seen a drastic increase in cases in the last week. Malibu City officials announced today the shelter-at-home announcement will come in the next 24 hours. Grocery stores, banks and restaurants offering to-go and delivery will be allowed to continue to operate. LASD/Lost Hills station is on full deployment with every available officer out in the field. Malibu Disaster Communications will be updating info on the Coronavirus as it becomes available.  ...

Coronavirus: Unemployment Information from the Employment Development Department

The information below is provided by the Employment Development Department regarding benefits and programs available for those with loss of employment and income from Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) California is responding to the spread of a respiratory illness caused by a new coronavirus (COVID-19). While investigations to learn more about the virus are ongoing, workers and employers should review their health and safety procedures to help prevent exposure to the virus. Frequently Asked Questions Visit Coronavirus 2019 FAQs for answers to specific questions you may have about COVID-19 and what programs and benefits may be available to you. COVID-19 FAQs The EDD provides a variety of support services to individuals...

Updated Grocery Store and Restaurant Information During Coronavirus Shutdown in Malibu

Officials maintain supply chains have enough food. Grocery stores need time to re-stock and distribute. Please be mindful when making your purchases. Be a good neighbor during this critical health crisis. Whole Foods - 23401 Civic Center Way - 8AM - 9PM Daily - Seniors only 7:00 a.m. - 8 a.m. Ralphs: 23841 Malibu Road Malibu 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. 310.456.2917  Receiving deliveries daily however some stock is backed up while suppliers re-stock for distribution. - Seniors only 7:00 a.m. - 8 a.m. Whole Foods: 23401 Civic Center Malibu 8 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. 424.425.7351 Receiving deliveries daily however some stock is backed up while suppliers re-stock for...

Emergency Supplies to Shelter in Place

The Covid-19 virus has led to mandated self-quarantine for the next few weeks at minimum with the exception of doctor visits, grocery store and other essential errands. During this time, it is vital to update your emergency preparedness kits. Recommended food supplies should last a minimum of one week (at a time) during the Covid-19 self-quarantine. Recommended amount for most disasters is two weeks. These supplies, originally taken from the official list from the Center for Disease Control, should include a first aid kit, survival kits for the home, automobile, and workplace, and emergency water and food. Based on the most recent disaster, the Woolsey Fire, emergency...

Coronavirus: Possible Exposure at SMMUSD Schools, Superintendent Drati Maintains Malibu Not On the List

SMMUSD Superintendent Ben Drati sent out the following email on March 12th, 2020 regarding possible exposure to Coronavirus: Dear parents, guardians and staff, District leadership spent several hours today in our Emergency Operations Center, which closed for the evening at 6:30 pm. We continue to be in communication remotely, as needed. We will reconvene tomorrow. During our session today, we discussed the concerns of possible exposure that was shared with you in our earlier email. Upon further discussion, we agreed that additional information would be appropriate to be shared with our staff and families regarding the exposures mentioned. We want to inform you that we are aware of...

Coronavirus: LASD Lost Hills Station Issues Public Safety Announcement

Today, a Public Safety Announcement was issued today by the current Unit Commander of Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station Acting Captain,  Lt. Chuck Becerra: “Like much of the state, the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff Station is adapting to the challenges caused by COVID-19.   To this end, please know we have NOT curtailed our deployment and will continue to respond to ALL Law Enforcement related activities in our area of operation.   This crisis is fluid and evolving, and the Sheriff’s department is adapting in real time and working in a unified effort to maintain the field staffing levels.  The Sheriff has made clear your cities’ and county areas...

Coronavirus: Pepperdine Moves Exclusively to Online Classes, Students in On-Campus Housing Must Vacate by March 15th

A Message From President Gash: COVID-19 Spring Semester Update POSTED ON MARCH 11, 2020, 8:00 AM I want to begin this message by expressing my gratitude to you for the grace and understanding you’ve shown to the entire Pepperdine community as the University manages its response to the COVID-19 outbreak. You and your safety are our most important priorities at Pepperdine. To that end, over the last two months we’ve had to take some extremely difficult, unprecedented actions that have significantly impacted the academic experience for many of our students. We are confident they were the right decisions, but we also know how disappointed many of you...

Added Security Measures at Malibu Chili Cook Off Include Members of the LASD Special Enforcement Bureau (a.k.a SWAT) Announced Today

As a follow up to our previous article, and the devastating active shooter events that have occurred in three states, including California, Texas and Ohio recently, local law enforcement has had to kick into high gear to secure local events, including for the upcoming Malibu Chili Cook-Off over the Labor Day Weekend Holiday. Former Acting Captain, Lt. Chuck Becerra of the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Department, shared with The Local Malibu recently that “supervisors of this station will double the man power at all the events, including the upcoming Malibu Chili Cook-off ” also informed us of the latest LASD/LOST HILLS efforts intended to bolster security measures already in...