(Page Last Updated 08/31/21 11:25 a.m.)
The City of San Bernardino continues to monitor the situation involving COVID-19, working closely with San Bernardino County officials. This page has been created to provide a central location for information regarding COVID-19, current City operations, resources for businesses and residents.
The State of California fully reopened the economy on June 15, 2021. For further details on the reopening and restrictions, visit covid19.ca.gov
There are many resources still available for those that may have questions related to Covid-19:
San Bernardino County COVID-19 Public Information Line (Non-medical related inquiries), (909) 387-3977.
San Bernardino County Department of Public Health 24/7 Public Hotline for inquiries by Health Care Facilities and General Public: (800) 782-4264, press option 6.
COVID-19 Related Websites (click below)
Eviction Prevention Program Overview - Rent Relief
All renters in the City of San Bernardino who meet the eligibility requirements may receive onetime rental assistance under the Eviction Prevention Program. Eligible households can receive assistance to cover past due rents. Funds are paid directly to the landlord. Please click here for the more information, including qualifications and how to apply.
Where do I go to get vaccinated?
There are many locations offering free vaccinations throughout the County of San Bernardino. To find the nearest location to you, visit sbcovid19.com/vaccine.
How can I get tested? Where do I start?
If you are showing symptoms of COVID-19, please call your healthcare provider for medical advice.
Anyone can be tested for COVID-19, visit sbcovid.com for more information on each testing site and requirements.
I don't have insurance or a primary healthcare provider, where should I go for health screening?
For a link, go to the County's COVID-19 website at sbcovid19.com page and click on Low Cost Clinics and Federally Qualified Health Centers. There you will find more information on clinics in the area.
Are testing & vaccination events free?
Yes, these events are free. You do not need insurance to qualify.
At this time, we advise residents and businesses to follow all recommendations from the CDC as well as local advisories from the California Department of Public Health and the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health. For information from these agencies and other helpful resources, click Resources & Other Information related to COVID-19 (below).
COVID-19 Related Websites (click below)
The CDC currently recommends the following best practices for everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and any respiratory diseases:
Q. What businesses' are open?
Q: What should I do if I have COVID-19 symptoms?
A: Call your doctor: If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop a fever and symptoms, such as cough or difficulty breathing, call your healthcare provider for medical advice.
Q. Can I access library books and other library services online?
A. Yes, although our libraries are open, you can access Overdrive eBooks, eAudiobooks and other online resources. For more information, visit www.sbpl.org
Q. Are there any relief programs available?
A. The State of California Governor Gavin Newsom announced a series of actions to help California's small businesses. The programs are part of the $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill signed into law March 27, 2020. Below is a list of federal and state support. More information, including how to apply, can be found on the U.S. Small Business Administration resource page.
Q. Can I still adopt an animal while the Animal Shelter is closed to the public?
A.Yes, visit www.PetHarbor.com to select an animal and proceed with an appointment by phone at (909) 384-7272 Monday- Thursday from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm, and Friday until 4:30 pm. This includes the following services:
Q. Where can I get tested for COVID-19?
A. The process and locations for testing are being updated by the San Bernardino County Health Department as information becomes available. As testing sites are established, the information becomes available on the County website at sbcounty.gov.
Q. What social media sites is the City using to publish COVID-19 information?
A. The City is using the following social media platforms to publish information related to COVID-19: