What You Need to Know about COVID-19

The City of La Habra Heights is seeking your assistance to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus and its variants spreading throughout Los Angeles County. Globally, there continues to be a growing number of people infected with this virus. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO), the spread of COVID-19 worldwide has reached pandemic levels and aggressive measures are necessary to preventing the spread of this infection locally. Therefore, the City of La Habra Heights has declared a local state of emergency, consistent with federal, county, and state declarations, effective March 16, 2020.

Currently the City of La Habra Heights City Hall is OPEN to the general public by appointment ONLY, City Staff will continue to provide assistance Monday-Thurs, by phone (562) 694 - 6302, or email at

City Park facilities (Gym and Gazebo) are now open for rentals please contact Public Works for dates and prices. City-sponsored events, including City Council, commission, and committee meetings are both in-person and virtually on the City Website. City Staff encourages all residents to submit public comments prior to the meeting to the City Clerk by phone or email. Please continue to check this information page regularly for new updates and continue to monitor guidelines from our local, county, state and federal public health agencies regarding virus detection and prevention.

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New COVID-19 Cases Confirmed in Los Angeles County

The Los Angeles Department of Public Health reports newly confirmed COVID-19 cases daily. To find daily press releases from the Los Angeles Department of Public Health with how many new additional cases and new deaths, as well as, the city, neighborhood, and/or unincorporated area in which they are reported.  

For more information on past daily updates please visit The Los Angeles Department of Public Heath


How To Get Vaccinated

You are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine if you are 5 years of age & over*

Residents who wish to schedule an appointment to receive a COVID vaccine can visit to schedule their appointments. Residents who don't have computer access or are not comfortable scheduling online may call (833) 540-0473 between 8:00 AM and 8:30 PM for assistance with appointments. 

COVID-19 vaccines are free regardless of insurance or immigration status. You will not be asked about your immigration status when you get a COVID vaccine. For more information see COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ's.

In-Home Vaccination (PDF)

If you are Home-Bound you can request an In-Home Vaccination. Los Angeles County Residents can apply in 2 ways:
  1. Call the Department of Public Health Vaccine Call Center (833) 540-0473, Open Daily 8:00 A.M. - 8:30 P.M. 
  2. Fil out the Online Request Form (The Form has Multiple Language Options)

Free Rides

Need a Ride? Uber and Lyft are now providing FREE RIDES to and from vaccination sites.

Second Dose (Pfizer and Moderna)

With the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, you need 2 doses to get the most protection:
  • Pfizer-BioNTech doses should be given 3 weeks (21 days) apart
  • Moderna doses should be given 4 weeks (28 days) apart.
Your second dose should be given as close as possible to this recommended time frame. If this is not possible, the second dose may be given up to 6 weeks (42 days) after your first dose. If you got the Johnson & Johnson/ Janssen (J&J) vaccine it is recommended that you get a booster dose of any type of COVID-19 vaccine 2 months after your initial dose. 

If you need a second dose of vaccine and do not have an appointment:
  • You can search for a location near you using the search form below.
  • You can schedule an appointment or visit one of the many locations that accept walk-ins.
  • If you got a Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, search below for a location that is offering the same vaccine as your first dose. If you do not remember which vaccine you got, check your White Vaccine Card or Digital Vaccine Record.

Booster Doses

Your eligibility for a Booster Dose depends on your age and which vaccine you originally received (your primary series). You must be 18 years of age or older to get a booster does. See COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility: Primary, Additional, and Booster Doses

When you go to get vaccinated, take proof of vaccination such as your CDC White Card or Digital Vaccination Record to show that you completed your initial series. See Vaccination Records webpage for details. For more information, visit the CDC webpage COIVD-19 Vaccine Booster Shot.
  • At least 2 months ago if it was J&J/Janssen
  • At least 6 months ago if it was a Pfizer or Moderna
  • At least 6 months ago if it was a WHO-listed Vaccine or received as part of a clinical trial

Preparing For Your Visit

For locations not run by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health: if you are getting vaccinated at a location that is not run by Public Health (such as a pharmacy), please check the consent and documentation requirements for that location. 

  • If you have Health Insurance, please bring your health insurance card (COVID-19 Vaccines are Free Regardless of Insurance Status) 
  • A Consent Form is Required for Minors to be Vaccinated at sites run by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
  • Note: You do not need to show ID in Order to get a Vaccine. However, because you may need to show your vaccination record and your ID if you travel or visit certain venues, it is recommended that when you get a vaccine your provide the name that is on your ID. 
  • You do not need to be a U.S. Citizen to get a Vaccine
Please do not arrive more than 10 minutes before for your appointment. Plan to stay at the appointment for approximately thirty minutes to one hour. This includes 15-30 minutes for you to be observed after you receive your vaccination. Make sure to get informed on what yo do After you get the Vaccine.