*This page focuses on resources we collect from various sources relating to COVID-19 (coronavirus).*
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DHHSC Public Announcements (Updated As Of 6/25/2020)
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Warnings About Scam (Updated As Of 5/12/2020)
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Our Sister Agencies As Of 4/24/2020
Latent Interpreting Media As Of 8/12/20
Updates from our sister agencies as they bring you information during current situation we are in.
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Questions, contact DHHSC.
Interpreted from Governor Newsom’s News On COVID-19 are updated regularly. Click on the video to view (For bigger view, click full screen icon). Click on the link with dates below to read the transcript associated with the video.
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Updates From NAD (National Association of the Deaf) As Of 4/30/2020
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Hospital Communication Access
Bring Information To Hospital
COVID-19 Explained & What You Should Do In ASL
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CDC Playlist In ASL
WSDH Playlist In ASL
WSDH Playlist In ASL
Updated Various Resources As Of 3/24/2020
Labor Workforce Development Agency
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Source: Labor Workforce Development Agency
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