COVID-19 Coronavirus Webpage (Updated: 9/20/2021)

As COVID-19 evolves, one of our priorities is to keep the communication lines open to make sure that our community is informed and updated. And, it is more important than ever that we stay informed, that we help each other, and that we remain kind to one another throughout this rapidly evolving pandemic. Please select from the options below to locate the information you are seeking. 

Please visit for the most updated information from Ventura County Public Health.

City of Camarillo Resources  City of Camarillo COVID19 FAQs  Camarillo Businesses  City News - Press Releases & EOC Director Orders 
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Business Assistance  | 
See Camarillo's Business Assistance Webpage
Rental Assistance | 
Housing Rights Center COVID-19 Resources
Rental Relief Program  |  Interested landlords and renters can check eligibility and apply at or by calling 833-430-2122.
  • Extended Eviction Protections  |  SB91
  • Tenant Relief Act  |  AB3088
Utility Bills (SCE / CPA)  |  Bill Payment Options During COVID-19CARE/FERA Program
Unemployment | 


RV Permits: COVID 30-day Parking Permit
Camarillo Business Webpage
Camarillo Health Care District
 Essential Worker Cards English Spanish
PVRPD Website
LIBRARY: Virtual Services | Curbside Pickup
HOUSING: Housing Rights Center COVID-19 Resources
Transit Impacts
WATER: Calleguas Water Announcement (English)|(Spanish)|Calleguas COVID-19 Webpage
Bill Payment Options During COVID-19CARE/FERA Program
Clean Power Alliance: 
COVID-19 Relief Program
Bill Payment Options During COVID-19 | CARES Campaign
ANIMALS: Ventura County Animal Shelter

Ventura County Public Health Issues New Order Requiring Masking Indoors (8/20/21): English | Spanish
County Public Health Order (8/20/21): English | Spanish
**Mask Requirement Extended: Ventura County Public Health has extended the indoor mask order, requiring all individuals, regardless of vaccination status, to wear face coverings when indoors in public settings, with limited exceptions. The order will continue to be in effect until October 19, 2021 or until it is extended, rescinded, superseded, or amended by the Health Officer. [Read the full Order]

Frequently Asked Questions: FAQ webpage
Coronavirus Hotline: 805-465-6650
Health & Human Services Information/Referrals: Call 2-1-1 or visit
COVID-19 County Testing Locations: English  |  Spanish
Vaccine Info:  Vaccine Information – Ventura County Recovers  | English  Spanish
Food Resources
Coping with Stress
Dental Guidance: Guidance from Ventura County Public Health (May 15, 2020)
VCEmergency Newsroom:
June 15 Reopening Guidance:  Guidance for face coverings (

California ONE-STOP Resilience Roadmap
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention:
World Health Organization (WHO): Myth Busters

Quest Diagnostics Testing - What You Need to Know
FEMA Rumor Control
VCCF Ventura County Rapid Response Fund
CA Dept of Public Health Guidance Documents on COVID-19
Video from Ventura County Public Health Officer, Dr. Robert Levin
CDC Guidance Table
Fact Sheet - English
Fact Sheet - Spanish

**For all Ventura County News Releases and Orders Issued after March 31, please see the County's Latest News Updates**

August 4, 2021 |
COVID Updates

June 10, 2021 |
Mobile Testing & Vaccinations at City Hall

May 5, 2021 |
COVID Updates: Vaccine Info - Testing - Resources

April 27, 2021 |
Camarillo Library Reopens

April 15, 2021 |
Modified Reopening of Camarillo Library on April 27

April 1, 2021 |
Camarillo City Hall to Reopen April 12

March 17, 2021 |
Rent Relief Available

March 15, 2021 |
Expanded Phases/Red Tier/Mobile Testing

February 25, 2021 | 
More Vaccine Appts Available Today

February 21, 2021 |
More Vaccine Appts & Expanding to Phase 1B

February 15, 2021 |
More Vaccine Appts Open Tomorrow

February 9, 2021  | 
Adults 65+ May Register for Vaccine

February 2, 2021  | 
Vaccine Location in Camarillo - Dashboard - Mobile Testing

January 27, 2021  | 
COVID Vaccine & Testing Updates

January 20, 2021 | 
Appointments are FULL at this time

January 19, 2021 | 
Adults 75+ May Now Register for COVID Vaccine

January 14, 2021  | 
COVID Vaccine Update

January 11, 2021 |
COVID Mobile Testing & Vaccine Update

December 17, 2020 |
New Drive-Thru Testing Location in Camarillo

December 10, 2020 |
City Hall to Close to Walk-In Traffic

December 5, 2020 |
Stay At Home Order Goes Into Effect Sunday

December 1, 2020 |
Free COVID Testing in Camarillo!

November 25, 2020 |
City Hall Open to Public By Appointment Only

November 20, 2020 |
COVID & Holiday Guidelines

November 12, 2020 |
COVID-19 Call to Action!

November 9, 2020 |
COVID Update

September 29, 2020 |
Community Update

September 4, 2020 |
COVID-19 Community Update

August 21, 2020 |
Parking Restrictions May be Reinstated

August 20, 2020 |
COVID-19 Community Update

July 31, 2020 |
COVID-19 Community Update

June 25, 2020 |
Camarillo Announces $2 Million Loan and Grant Program for COVID Business Recovery

June 24 |
Camarillo City Hall to Reopen on June 29

June 18, 2020 |
Camarillo Invests $1 Million in Business Recovery Efforts

June 12, 2020 |
Camarillo Library Offers Curbside Pickup

May 22, 2020 |
The City of Camarillo is waiving Zone Clearance fees and adjusting parking standards for temporary outdoor dining areas.  For application information, or to view the City Council Resolution, please see "Outdoor Dining Permit" on the Community Development Department's Applications webpage.

May 20, 2020 |
Shop Safe Camarillo

May 13, 2020 | 
Reopening Camarillo

April 24, 2020 | 
Camarillo is Committed to Keeping the Community Informed & Updated During the COVID-19 Pandemic

April 23, 2020 | 
Amended Order Staying Evictions (EOC Director Order No. 20-2 Amended) | FAQs on Staying Evictions Order

April 6, 2020 | 
City Offers Virtual Access to Public Meetings During COVID-19 Pandemic

March 31, 2020 | 
Modified Stay Well At Home Order
What is the City Doing to Protect Staff During COVID-19 emergency?

March 27, 2020 | 
Camarillo Water Safe for Drinking & Washing

March 26, 2020 | 
Camarillo Makes Tough Decisions About Community Programs and City Services Amidst COVID-19 Emergency 
No Permit Needed to Park RVs and passenger vehicles on City Streets (EOC Director Order No. 20-3)

March 18, 2020 | City of Camarillo City Hall Will Close to Public | Services will Continue
City Manager orders no evictions due to COVID-19 financial hardships (EOC Director Order No. 20-2)

March 16, 2020 | 
VCPH COVID-19 Testing Guidance
City of Camarillo Imposes Limitations on Entertainment Venues & Mass Gatherings Consistent with CDPH Guidance
City of Camarillo News Release
Limitations on Mass Gatherings & Entertainment (EOC Director Order No. 20-1)

March 14, 2020 | 
Public Health News Release: No Community Transmission
Camarillo City Facility Closures & Event Cancellations
Camarillo Encourages Social Distancing Practices
Employee & Employer Assistance

March 13, 2020 | At 9:04AM, Camarillo City Manager Dave Norman signed a Proclamation of Local Emergency in order to effectively coordinate with public health officials in responding to the public health emergency presented by the COVID-19 virus.  Tonight, the Camarillo City Council will meet to ratify this Proclamation and discuss additional actions necessary to protect the health of the community.

March 12, 2020 | New Resources:
How can I get tested for COVID-19?
CDPH Guidance on Public Gatherings

March 11, 2020 | VCPH COVID-19 Update 3.11.2020 The CDC is working to verify the result of a second presumptively positive coronavirus test result for a traveler who lives in Ventura County. The traveler is under home quarantine. There are no confirmed cases of person-to-person transmission in Ventura County.  Ventura County Public Health continues to urge agencies, businesses, school districts, organizations and health care providers throughout the County to prepare for social distancing and encourages all community members who are at higher risk for serious illness from COVID-19 to take actions to reduce their risk. Community members can stay informed at

March 10, 2020 | The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed that the only presumptive positive case in Ventura County is positive. The patient remains in home quarantine. There have been 34 people tested, 1 positive case and 33 negative results. There are 22 travelers, with no symptoms, on home quarantine and 0 travelers at Naval Base Ventura County, Point Mugu. There have been no cases of person-to-person transmission in the County of Ventura. The California Department of Public Health is not recommending the cancellation of public events. The County of Ventura Public Health Department continues to encourage community members to prepare for social distancing. Ventura County Public Health Presumptive Positive Case UPDATE.

March 8, 2020 | The Californian Department of Public Health has posted new COVID-19 guidance and informational documents for schools, event organizers, first responders, employers, care facilities and other groups at the following location:

March 6, 2020 | Ventura County Public Health Press Release: One presupmtive positive COVID-19 case; patient is currently home quarantined; no community transmission and therefore NO declaration of local emergency.

March 5, 2020 | COVID-19 California State of Preparedness

Monday, March 3, 2020 | New Information Resource:
The City of Camarillo continues to work in close consultation with Ventura County Public Health, the lead agency in our county regarding the COVID-19 Coronavirus. Ventura County Public Health officials are coordinating with Federal, State and local officials for the most up to date information about COVID-19 to ensure the safety of our community. To date, there are no confirmed cases of the Coronavirus in Ventura County.
VCPH Report #6 (March 3, 2020)
VCPH Report #6 - SPANISH (March 3, 2020)

Friday, February 28, 2020 | Update from Ventura County Public Health
English Version
Spanish VersionCOVID-19 is NOT currently spreading in the community in Ventura County, and immediate risk to the general public in Ventura County is low. 

Tuesday, February 25, 2020 | Ventura County Public Health Doctor Levin provided an update today about the Novel Coronavirus and quarantine effort. He explains that no sick individuals will be sent to NBVC-Point Mugu. Sick individuals identified during an LAX screening, will be hospitalized in Los Angeles, not Ventura County. Quarantine is for individuals who MAY have been exposed to the virus, but do not have any symptoms of the virus. If any quarantined individuals who are sent to NBVC-Point Mugu become ill, they will be sent to a regional hospital equipped to treat COVID-19 virus. More information is expected to be released during a press conference that is currently being coordinated between Ventura County, U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services, and the Center for Disease Control.

Monday, February 24, 2020 | Report #5 (February 24, 2020)

February 23, 2020 | Statement from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on potential use of Naval Base Ventura County – Point Mugu for quarantine : The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), working closely with the Department of Defense and other federal partners, is taking all reasonable steps to address an evolving public health emergency. As part of that effort, Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) - Point Mugu may receive American travelers coming through Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) who, in an abundance of caution, would be quarantined to be monitored for symptoms of COVID-19 based solely on their travel history. Any travelers housed at the Base would be monitored for signs of infection and transferred to appropriate medical facilities if symptoms developed. The Department of Defense has made sites available around the country to house such travelers, and NBVC-Point Mugu was one site determined to be suitable for travelers requiring quarantine. At this time, HHS is preparing this site should it be needed in the rapidly evolving public health response. Any actions that HHS takes, working with federal, state, tribal and local partners to address this public health emergency, are being done in a way that protects both those quarantined and other citizens as well. Imported cases of COVID-19 from a small number of travelers have been detected in the U.S. but this virus is NOT currently spreading in U.S. communities and the immediate risk of this new virus to the American public is believed to be low at this time.

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